NEW PARIS —What a week it was for the National Trail baseball program. The Blazers played three games, winning all three — which meant beating three conference and two county rivals along the way.
EATON — Eaton's softball team played four games over a five-day span, finishing the week at 1-3. They played Franklin on Monday, April 27, losing 12-4 before taking on Brookville the next day, Tuesday, April 28. The Eagles lost 12-4 in...
LEWISBURG — The Tri-County North softball team had a rough week, only winning one match-up.
NEW PARIS —National Trail's track teams competed at the Preble County Championships on Tuesday, April 28 and the Arcanum Booster Invitational on Friday, May 1.
CAMDEN —On Monday, April 27, the Preble Shawnee Junior High track team competed at Talawanda.Cami Hollon won the 1600 meter run, breaking the school record while teammate Abby Bulach finished second.
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North's baseball team continues its up-and-down play, winning three games by double-digits before losing three games, scoring 10 runs total in the losses.
EATON —The Eaton Eagles' track program had a busy week as they competed over three days of competition.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — After a long hot streak from Twin Valley South baseball, the team finally cooled off last week, losing three in a row. They did however win two games on the week.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South's softball team is current in the middle of a 12 games-in-12 days span.
NEW PARIS —The National Trail softball team picked up two more wins at the right time of the year.
CAMDEN —The Preble Shawnee tennis team had its best week of the year by winning three of five matches last week.
CAMDEN —After a long week on the field, the Preble Shawnee baseball team helped prepare the future Arrows baseball program by volunteering at the Preble Shawnee Youth Baseball League opening day.
EATON — Eaton Community Schools will offer athletic physicals for students entering grades 7-12 in the 2015-2016 school year from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 13, at Eaton High School.
CAMDEN — Preble Shawnee got two dominating pitching performances from Sterling Leach and Cody Chesnut to pick up two wins in a week which saw weather wreak havoc on the schedule.
EATON — The second session of conditioning for the Preble County Stingrays will begin May 4 and run until May 30.
EATON — The Dean Stoltz Invitational, held at Eaton High School, ran into inclement weather and ended the day with only eight events scored on Saturday, April 25.
NEW PARIS —The National Trail softball team continues to search for offense in the absence of missing power hitter Aleah Hunt, who has missed most of the season with a sprained ankle. The Blazers, who are now 4-9 on the season, have been held...
NEW PARIS —Every once in a while in the game of baseball, a team will seemingly have everything working in their favor. That is what happened to the National Trail baseball team, who scored 58 runs over a six game stretch en route to five wins...
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Twin Valley South boys' baseball team has found itself on a hot streak lately. The Panthers won two match-ups this week, both against Cross County Conference opponents.
CAMDEN — Preble Shawnee senior Brandon Frost signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Cedarville University during a recent press conference held Tuesday, April 21 at Preble Shawnee High School.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Twin Valley South girls' softball team played two opponents last week, dropping both match-ups. The Panthers lost a close one 14-13 to Bethel on Tuesday, April 21, before losing 9-6 to Ansonia on Friday, April...
CAMDEN — The Preble Shawnee girls track program had a strong showing at the Bart Owens Invitational at Franklin High School on Friday, April 24. Leading the way for the Arrows was the spring relay team of Sydney Hacker, Elise Walker, McKenna...
CAMDEN —Sterling Leach of Preble Shawnee High School signed with Capital University on Thursday, April 24, to continue his football playing career.
PREBLE COUNTY — Preble County saw some big time wrestling this past winter, as 22 athletes from the area qualified for their district competitions.