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HHS, MHS athletes headed to track regionals

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The Hillsboro and McClain track and field teams had athletes advance to regional competition in 20 individual events and eight relays during the 2024 Division II Southeast District Track and Field Championships held last week at Washington High School.

Whiteoak athletes smash records at district

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A pair of Whiteoak brothers set a district relay record, one of them broke an individual record, and a first-year thrower from Whiteoak all qualified for the this weekend’s regional meet at the Division III Southeast District Track and Field Championships held in Nelsonville last Wednesday and Friday.

Reds drop 7th series in a row

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The Cincinnati Reds lost their seventh straight series last weekend which dropped their record to nine games below .500 before the end of May. Woof!

Scenes from Division II SE District Track Meet

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McClain’s TD Matesic finished 11th in the 100 meters Southeast District Division II Track and Field Meet Thursday at Washington High School and failed to advance to the finals.

Indians break three records at FAC meet

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A number of records were broken last Tuesday and Thursday at the 2024 Frontier Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships held at Washington High School in Washington C.H., including two by Hillsboro individuals and one by an Indian relay team.

Spruell FAC Player of the Year

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Camryn Spruell, a Hillsboro High School junior, has been named the 2024 Frontier Athletic Conference Softball Player of the Year.

Reds break losing streak, but issues continue

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While the Cincinnati Reds broke their losing streak finally against the Giants, they followed that win up with a very frustrating loss the next two days. There are so many question marks with this roster.

HHS boys, MHS girls FAC champs

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WASHINGTON C.H. — By the slimmest of margins, the Hillsboro boys and McClain girls claimed the team championships at the 2024 Frontier Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships held Tuesday and Thurday at Washington High School.

The Legend of Lees Creek passes

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Phil Snow was one of Bobby Joe Hooper’s biggest rivals on the basketball floor or baseball diamond back in the 1960s.

Lady Mambas headed to nationals

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The seventh grade Lady Mambas AAU team based in Hillsboro, with players from Highland and surrounding counties, had a successful last weekend placing first in the Buckeye Storm Classic Tournament in Portsmouth. The win qualified the team to play at National Championship Tournament in South Carolina from June 19-23. Pool play at Portsmouth was Saturday with the Lady Mambas winning 49-18 over WV Wild 2029 and 57-18 win over Assassins 2028-2029. Sunday was tournament play with a 45-23 win over the Assassins and a championship win, 38-32, over WV Wild 2029. The Lady Mambas current season record stands at 15-4, with two first place tournament finishes this season, one second place, one fourth place and one sixth place. Pictured (back row, r-l) are coach Derrik Haithcock, La’Niah Smith, Libby Webster, Hayden Rideout, Jayla Haithcock and Aurora Stringfield (front row, r-l) Mckenize West, Jayden Hatfield, Lyrric Hanson, Maddie Easter and Karis Hudson.