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Panthers’ Cole named Player of the Year

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Twin Valley South’s Wes Cole helped guide the Panthers to a 13-10 overall record this season, the best among Preble County’s boys basketball teams, thus earning him The Register-Herald’s Player of the Year for the 2013-2014 season.He is one of three Panthers to earn first team honors. He is joined by seniors Seth Baker and Michael Green. Also earning first-team honors are Erik Hoke of Eaton, Josh Willoughby of Preble Shawnee and Austin Hutchins of Tri-County North.Cole, a 6 foot, 2 inch junior, averaged 16.9 points per game, including a career-high 29 against county rival Preble Shawnee in early February. Cole pulled down 5.1 rebounds a contest and dished out nearly 3 assists per game.

 

Panthers improve to 7-1

Tri-County North’s baseball team is off to a hot start.The Panthers have cruised to six wins in their first seven games and are lighting up opposing pitchers in doing so.Last week, North won four of five games and didn’t score less than 11 runs in each of the wins.The Panthers opened the week with an 11-1 win over Franklin-Monroe on Tuesday, April 8. Pitcher Nick Gray picked up the win. Offensively, Austin Hutchins collected three hits and Kyle Edg...

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Eagle girls 13th, boys 11th at Troy Invitational

Eaton’s track teams traveled to Troy to compete in the Herb Hartman Invitational last Thursday, April 10.The 16-team field was very competitive and predominately Division I, along with a few D-II schools, according to Eaton coach Randy McKinney. The Lady Eagles placed 13th in the field while the men’s team placed 11th overall.“Team placement is not our purpose in attending this meet it is about the competition for our individual athletes. Every event wa...

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Arrows drop to 1-8 after second week

The Preble Shawnee baseball team had a busy second week of the season. On Tuesday, April 8, they played at Northridge and were defeated by the Polar Bears, 6-3.In a close game Northridge out-hit the Arrows 8-6.“They got on us early, scoring five runs in the first two, but we came back and scored three runs in the 4th inning,” Coach Joe Leach said. “After that, our offense was shut down by the Polar Bears’ left-hander, Dull.”Brando...

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Trail takes down Blackhawks before dropping 4

After opening the season with a come-from-behind, 10-9 win over Mississinawa Valley on Wednesday, April 9, National Trail’s softball team dropped four straight.Trail battled back from a 9-5 deficit to beat the Blackhawks. The Blazers scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth, then collected the winning run an inning later. For the game, Trail collected eight hits, including a double by Jennifer Stan.The next night, the Blazers suffered an 18-3 loss in 5-innings ...

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South girls still seeking complete game

Twin Valley South’s softball team is still looking to put a complete game together.“We’re still looking for a good game on both sides of the plate and to reach the seventh inning before we’re run-ruled. We did it against Stivers in our first game of the season, and haven’t done it since,” South coach Darcy Robinson said.The Panthers dropped a pair of Cross County Conference games last week, falling to Bradford, 18-3, on Wednesday, Apri...

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South boys win Blazer Relays; NT, TVS girls tie for second

Twin Valley South’s boys’ track team won four events and placed second in three others to claim first place at the Blazer Relays on Tuesday, April 8, at National Trail.South tallied 66 points to win the eight-team event. Tri-County North was fourth with 37 points, National Trail was sixth with 17 and Eaton was seventh with 8.Twin Valley South and National Trail’s girls’ teams tied for second with 54 points. Arcanum won the event with 58 points. Tr...

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Hutchins to play football at ONU

Austin Hutchins rewrote a majority of the record book for quarterbacks at Tri-County North.Having lead the Panthers to the post-season three times, the 6 foot, 2 inch, senior is taking his talents to the next level.Hutchins, a four-year starter for North, signed a letter-of-intent to continue his academic and athletic career at Ohio Northern University near Columbus.

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Eaton hosts meets at new complex

Eaton’s boys and girls track teams opened their spring season and new track last week by hosting a pair of events.The Eagles hosted Carlisle in dual meet on Tuesday, April 1, before hosting the new Eagle Relays on Friday, April 4.Eaton coach Randy McKinney said his program was pleased to finally have the opportunity to share “our new track & field venue with other southwest Ohio schools.”With the new venue comes a pair of new events....

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Panthers finish third

Twin Valley South’s girls track team opened the season with a third place finish at Arcanum on Monday, March 31.The Lady Panthers tallied 100 points. Miami East recorded 148 points to win the meet and the host Trojans scored 115 to finish second in the six-team field.South’s 3,200-meter relay team of Megan Wright, Madison Wright, Abby Creech and Emily Hutchings won with a time of 10 minutes, 33 seconds. It was the lone win for South.

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South tops Stivers, drops DH to Arrows

Twin Valley South’s softball team opened the season with a 9-8 win over Stivers, then dropped both games of a double-header to Preble Shawnee to close out the week.In the win over the Tigers, South built a 7-2 lead in the 5th inning only to get a scare late as Stivers scored six times in their final two at-bats, including scoring four runs in the final inning.Delaney Adams picked up the win for South, tossing all seven innings, striking out four and allowing just f...

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Stingrays’ conditioning to start soon

If the snow has all melted and the weather is starting to turn warm then Stingrays’ season is fast approaching. So grab a friend and come on out and have some fun swimming and meeting new friends on the Stingrays. The Stingrays will start conditioning April 7 and the season runs through May 30 at the Preble YMCA.Conditioning times for ages 10 and under is 4:30-5:30 p.m., and ages 11-18 is from 5:20 to 6:30 on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.There will be two different...

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