Eaton High School will be holding a ceremony to dedicate the newly constructed Brower Field (Baseball) & Brooke-Gould Memorial Field (Softball) Saturday, April 18 at 9:30 a.m. The dedication ceremony will take place rain or shine at the newly...
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North continues to play good baseball, winning all three of its games this week as the team beat Franklin Monroe 10-0 on Friday, April 10, before winning both games of a double-header against Greenville 10-2 and 4-3, on...
NEW PARIS — The Twin Valley South track program swept the Blazer Relays by winning both the recent boys' and girls' meets.
LEWISBURG — The Tri-County North girls' softball team split a pair of games last week, losing 10-9 in a shootout to Union County on Monday, April 6, before capturing their first win of the year against Oakwood, beating the Lumberjacks 10-0...
LEWISBURG — The TCN Track team will sponsor its first annual track meet for grades first through sixth at the Tri-County North track complex on Saturday, May 9.
CAMDEN —The Preble Shawnee Arrows picked up their first two wins of the season with victories over Dixie on Monday, April 5, and Northridge on Friday, April 10.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The weather finally cleared enough for Twin Valley South softball to take to the diamond for a double-header against Northridge on Saturday, April 11.
NEW PARIS — Mick Ditmer, National Trail's athletic director, is retiring after this school year.Ditmer has been with Trail for 35 years, many of those spent on the baseball diamond.
NEW PARIS —National Trail started off two and zero for the 2015 varsity baseball season.A Tuesday, March 31, match-up was the type of game that can give a team confidence to have a great season.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South did not start the softball season off on the right cleat. The Panthers lost their first two games, dropping their opener 16-4 against Brookville on Monday, March 30 before losing 16-4 against Arcanum on...
SOFTBALLEatonThe Eagles opened their season at Franklin on Monday, March 30. They lost 13-3. No statistics had been provided to The Register-Herald by press time.
CAMDEN —The Preble Shawnee girls track team hopes that individual success will turn into team success for the upcoming track season.
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North boys finished ninth in the conference last season and are looking toward larger numbers and strong seniors to improve upon their standings.
CAMDEN —Last season, the Preble Shawnee tennis team went 0-6 in SWBL matches and 6-11 overall. According to Coach Dave Hubbard, the key to a successful season this year will be improving on the conference record.
CAMDEN —The Preble Shawnee boys track team has nearly three times the amount of runners and members on the team this season than the squad had last season. Coach Matt Hopkins believes this will help his team out in a number of...
LEWISBURG — The Tri-County North girls' track team will pair a group of talented underclassmen along with strong senior leadership in hopes of improving on last season's last place finish in the Cross County...
EATON — Eaton, as usual, faces a tall task on the tennis course this season.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South girls finished second in the Cross County Conference last season and return several of their top performers.
NEW PARIS — First year Coach Joy Yeazel looks to lead the National Trail program to a successful season on the track this year. Yeazel, who has plenty of experience coaching volleyball, will take on the challenge of coaching track this spring...
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South's track team wants to pick up where it left off last season.
CAMDEN —The Preble Shawnee Arrows' baseball season got under way last week with three games which left the team 0-3 on the season.
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North baseball opened up the first week of the season with three games, beating Dixie 16-9 on Monday, March 30 and Bradford 13-3 on Tuesday March 31. They finished out their week with a double-header against Versailles on...
BASEBALLEaton 9, Talawanda 8Milton-Union 10, Preble Shawnee 0
Tuesday, March 31BASEBALLTri-County North 13, Bradford 3National Trail 9, Franklin Monroe 8Edgewood 8, Eaton 5Arcanum 6, Twin Valley South 0
The Preble County Stingrays will start conditioning on Monday, April 6, and it runs through Thursday, May 28, at the Preble YMCA.
AKRON — The Eaton High School indoor track team competed at the Ohio Association of Track & Field Coaches Indoor State Championships on Saturday, March 7, at the University of Akron. The Eagles saw four athletes qualify for the state finals, a...
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South's softball team was young last season and its record showed it.The Panthers finished 5-15 overall and 0-12 in the Cross County Conference.
CAMDEN —Preble Shawnee varsity baseball coach Joe Leach says that based on “experienced seniors as well as very talented underclassman, Preble Shawnee looks to have a good year.”
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South's baseball team lost six games last season by a single run. Three of those games went into extra innings.
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North's softball coach is looking to build a solid program from the ground up.Brian Stupp, in his first year as skipper, looks at his roster and sees a bright future on the horizon.
NEW PARIS — Head Coach Krista Smith is in her second year as National Trail's softball coach and she hopes that this season the team can compete for a league championship.
EATON — When asked what the expectations were for the upcoming season Eaton Eagles' Varsity Baseball Keltavious Jones didn't have to think very long.
CAMDEN — Every year Preble Shawnee Arrows head softball coach Jeff Lynch has the same goal in mind, 20 wins, this year will be no different as Lynch expects his young, but talented team to compete for a SWBL league title.
NEW PARIS — Coach Dustin Thompson will be in his first year with the National Trail Blazers but that doesn't mean he doesn't bring plenty of experience with him. Thompson has several years of coaching prior to National Trail and he...
EATON — Eaton's softball team is not looking for a repeat of last season, when the Lady Eagles finished 5-22 overall and 1-11 in the Southwestern Buckeye League's Southwestern Division.
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North lost six seniors from last year's team which won a Cross County Conference title.But they aren't looking to rebuild. They are looking to reload.
BASEBALLTri-County North 16, Dixie 9Madison 2, Preble Shawnee 1SOFTBALLFranklin 13, Eaton 3Brookville 16, Twin Valley South 4TENNIS
MADISON — Several area athletes competed in the Southwestern Buckeye League's all-star game held at Madison High School on Monday, March 23.
AA is a preliminary and finals events, with the top 16 swimmers from the preliminary rounds qualifying for the finals.According to head coach Dave Montgomery:
PREBLE COUNTY — Preble County had seven athletes in the area earn All-Southwestern Ohio honors for their talent on the basketball court this season.
EATON — Michael May, an Eaton resident and student at Dayton Christian High School, took third overall at the OHSAA state wrestling championships held in Columbus on March 12-14.
PREBLE COUNTY — Much was made this season of Twin Valley South's stout defense as the team held opponents to 44.2 points per game. That being said, a team still has to score a few points to win basketball games.
PREBLE COUNTY — The Eaton girls' basketball team was a force to be reckoned with for a large part of the season.
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN — Jeff Hans, a 1995 National Trail graduate, coached the Thomas More College women's basketball team to a Division III national championship on Saturday, March 21, at Van Noord Arena in Grand Rapids,...
CAMDEN — Adrianna Moore, a senior at Preble Shawnee, signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Indiana University East in Shawnee's Media Center on Friday, March 20.