North Adams, East Clinton, Unioto still alive
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Hillsboro third graders remain undefeated
The third grade Hillsboro All-Stars moved to 13-0 on the season after winning four straight at the Washington Court House Tournament last weekend. The All-Stars remained undefeated after defeating Wilmington for the third time, Greenfield also for the third time of the season, and Madison Plains twice in the tournament. Pictured are (back row, l-r) coach Nick Fauber and coach Brad Haithcock; (back row, l-r) Hayden Pitzer, Cayson Ford, Henry Sanders, Levi Elam, LeBron Haithcock, Jude Yueillg, Jack Fauber, Grayson Butler, Alex Jamison, Bryden Priest, Jax Warrington and Jonathan Donley.
Seven named to coaches all-district teams
Seven Hillsboro and McClain boys and girls basketball players have been named to the Division I-II District 14 Coaches Association All-District basketball teams for the 2022-23 season.
Indians give Blue Lions a scare
WASHINGTON C.H. —The Hillsboro Indians gave the heavily favored Washington Blue Lions all they wanted in a Division II Southeast District sectional tournament semifinal game Wednesday before falling 60-54.
IndyCar to use sustainable tires made from desert shrub
In IndyCar’s effort toward environmental sustainability, one of the world’s largest tire manufacturers will rely on a desert shrub to produce a new source of natural rubber for its tires.
Fairfield No. 2 in final AP poll
The top ten teams in the final boys Associated Press Ohio high school basketball polls of the 2022-2023 season with first-place votes in parentheses, won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:
New book on Burrow coming soon
Published by Wilmington’s Orange Frazer Press, the new book “From Bulldog to Bengal: The Joe Burrow Story Through the Eyes of His Hometown” will be released this spring.
Back-to-back tournament champions
The sixth-grade Lady ‘Cats won their second consecutive McDonald’s Classic Tournament title last weekend in Greenfield. The annual tournament is hosted by Greenfield Tiger Youth Basketball Organization (TYBO) and included nine sixth-grade girls teams. The Lady ‘Cats went 4-0 in tournament play and defeated Washington C.H., Miami Trace and Hillsboro (two times) to earn the championship title. The team is coached by Derrik Haithcock and assisted by Aleesha Shriver. Pictured (front row, l-r) are Kenley Juillerat, Ella Howard, Natalie Burnett and Marley Parsons; (back row, l-r) Shriver, Emily Brill, Madalynn Oliver, Ryan Gobin, Jayla Haithcock, Taelyn Shriver and Derrik Haithcock.
Wildcats capture McDonald’s Classic title
The Whiteoak Wildcats sixth-grade boys basketball team won the McDonald’s Classic Tournament in Greenfield over the weekend for the third year. The annual tournament is hosted by the Greenfield Tiger Youth Basketball Organization and included 10 6th sixth boys teams. The Wildcats went 5-0 in the tournament defeating Chillicothe, North Adams, Washington C.H. and Miami Trace and faced North Adams again in the final game to earn the tournament championship title. The team is coached by Blake Kibler and assisted by Todd Richmond. Pictured are (front, l-r) Weston Kibler, Lucas Pollard, Edward Martin, Keedan Antinore and Karson Arey; (back, l-r) Evan Richmond, Gabriel Michael, Titan Wooten, Kyler Chaney and Jude Michael.
Hillsboro sixth-graders 10-0 league champs
The sixth grade Hillsboro Lady Indians recently finished their season 10-0 and Tri-County League champions. They are heading into the TYBO McDonald’s Tournament held in Greenfield with other tournaments to follow. Pictured (back row, l-r) are head coach JC Captain, Zoey Page, Peyton Spurlock, EmmaLee Young, Jayona Kibler, Za’kiah Smith, Kylee-Ann Scruggs and assistant coach Jordan Kibler; (front row, l-r) Kaylin Branscom, Kennadi Moon, Aveah Captain, Blair Gard and Parker Wilkin.