Ok Fantasy Football Family looks like I made it back after a two-week hiatus. We made it through Week 7 but not without injuries and underperformances. If you have had injuries or you are looking for a player to add to your team because you had some under-performing players, then I am here for you.
Due to it being a bye week for our beloved Bengals, now felt like a great time to write about the case to resign Joey Votto.
A trio of Whiteoak runners — Landen Eyre, Weston Blair and Addy Hauke — earned the right to advance to regional competition Saturday at the Southeast District Cross Country Championships held at the University of Rio Grande.
Following the conclusion of the football regular-season Saturday night, the Ohio High School Athletic Association released the first-round playoff pairings. Unless otherwise noted, all first-round games will be played on Friday, Oct. 27, with kickoffs set for 7 p.m. The top eight seeds in each region will serve as hosts for the first-round games.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association has released the official weekly football computer ratings. The ratings are released beginning in the fifth week of the season, leading up to the final report this Sunday, Oct. 22, when 448 schools – the top 16 in each region – will qualify for the playoffs.
After the horrendous start to begin the season, the Cincinnati Bengals have found a way to crawl back into contention. They now have a record of 3-3 and head into a bye week where they look to get healthy and get this offense clicking again. There is still a ton to improve on, but they have shown that they can play with anyone.
For the third time in three years Whiteoak High School’s Landen Eyre won the Southern Hills Athletic Conference Cross Country title.
HILLSBORO — The Hillsboro Indians guaranteed themselves a spot in the state playoffs, according to several reports, with a 14-13 victory Friday over the Miami Trace Panthers in a Frontier Athletic Conference football contest at Richards Memorial Field.