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Hillsboro boys, McClain girls runners-up

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The Hillsboro boys and McClain girls both finished as runners-up last week at the eight-team Miami Trace Invitational.

Cincinnati Reds hit rock bottom

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The last week of Reds baseball has nearly been unwatchable. I’ve never turned a Reds game off, but I was very close on Sunday as the Reds continued one of the worst offensive droughts in their history. The good news is that it can’t get any worse (if it can, I will have to start a new Netflix series).

OHSAA announces new fall divisions

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The Ohio High School Athletic Association has announced the preliminary divisional breakdowns for the upcoming fall sports season. The OHSAA Board of Directors approved the new divisions and tournament representation last week during its April board meeting, which included the previously announced football divisions and regions.

Mustang girls 3rd, boys 5th at L-C Invitational

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The Lynchburg-Clay girls finished in third place and the boys placed fifth Tuesday in the seven-team Lynchburg-Clay High School Invitational.

Video available from Roundball Reunion event held at WC

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A video from the Roundball Reunion held in March at Wilmington College is now available.

Gregory recalls ‘43-44 title team

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When the Times-Gazette recently published a picture of the 1943-44 Highland County Basketball Tournament champion Lynchburg Bobcats, Debra Stidham of West Chester identified player number 26 as her father, 97-year-old Dean Gregory.

FHS stays in hunt for SHAC title

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The Fairfield Lady Lions took a big step forward in their pursuit of an eighth consecutive Southern Hills Athletic Conference championship when they traveled Monday to Manchester High School to play the Lady Greyhounds.

Hillsboro tennis falls to Washington, 3-2

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The Hillsboro tennis team visited Washington C.H to take on the Blue Lions April 22 in a Frontier Athletic Conference contest. Washington was the winner, 3-2.

Lady Tigers win McClain Jr. High Invitational

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GREENFIELD — The annual McClain Jr. High Invitational took place last Wednesday with six schools competing for titles that saw the host Lady Tigers win the girls event and the Greenfield boys taking second on the boys side. The Hillsboro girls and boys finished fifth and fourth, respectively.

WC’s Pearson heading to equestrian nationals

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Maegan Pearson’s mother, Christine, grew up around horses and she and her husband, Dave, wanted to share that quality of life opportunity with their daughters. Maegan has taken her family’s passion for horse riding to heart and now, as a freshman at Wilmington College, qualified to compete at the International Horse Show Association (IHSA) Championships.