Sports briefs


Lynchburg-Clay seniors play last home game

The Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs played their last regular-season game Friday night, with six seniors saying goodbye to the LCHS home court.

The Mustangs fell to the Ripley Blue Jays by 9 points with a final score of 59-50.

“We got a lot of the shots we wanted to offensively tonight, they just didn’t fall,” said Lynchburg-Clay head coach Matt Carson. “I want to thank all the seniors and their parents for their hard work and dedication to the program. This was their final home game of their career, and they’ve been a part of a lot of good things in this program. We may not have gotten the win, but this group is resilient and will get back to work this week. I have no doubt about that.”

Seniors for the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs are AJ Stroop, Joe Giordano, Brian Lampkin, Trevor Lindsey, Isaiah Jones and Zach Miller.


Ripley — 14 10 22 13 — 59

Lynchburg-Clay — 8 11 12 19 — 50

HDH Foundation golf outing in June

The Highland District Hospital Foundation will host its annual golf outing Friday, June 16 at the Buckeye Hills Country Club, 7261 Limes Rd. Greenfield, OH 45123. Registration begins at 8 a.m. on the day, with tee off beginning at 9 a.m. The outing will include raffles, split-the-pot, awards and mulligans. All proceeds will benefit the GreatER Care Campaign. For more information, contact Cathy Jones at 937-393-6360.

OHSAA basketball, wrestling state tourney tickets available

Tickets are now on sale for the upcoming Ohio High School Athletic Association state tournaments in basketball and wrestling, held at the Schottenstein Center at The Ohio State University in March. Tickets are available at (search OHSAA) and at the Schottenstein Center box office.

The 80th annual OHSAA state wrestling individual tournament is March 9-11, the 42nd annual girls basketball state tournament is March 16-18 and the 95th annual boys basketball state tournament is March 23-25.

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