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The 2022-23 Lynchburg-Clay High School Marching Mustangs

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Members of the 2022-23 Lynchburg-Clay Marching Mustangs are pictured. They recently earned the highest possible rating at the 2022 Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) State Marching Band Finals held at Alexander Stadium in Piqua. This marked back-to-back state finals in consecutive school years for the Marching Mustangs, with the OMEA giving them a Superior (I) rating for this year’s performance, “Under the Moonlight.”

Lady Indians enter 1st sanctioned wrestling tourney

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The Hillsboro Lady Indian wrestlers made history Sunday by becoming the first ladies wrestling team from Hillsboro to enter an Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) sanctioned all girls wrestling tournament.

Reds baseball is just around the corner

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As we all know, the Bengals season sadly ended two weeks ago, and like many of you I still haven’t gotten over this one either. While the Super Bowl is on this weekend, this is probably the first time in my life that I truly don’t feel like even watching. I know that I will tune in come Sunday night, but I am definitely still bitter from a poor Bengals performance in the AFC Championship game as Cincinnati, in my eyes, was truly the best team in football this year.

Hillsboro bowlers finish 8th in state

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The Hillsboro High School boys bowling team finished eighth last weekend at the 2023 Division I OHSAA State Bowling Tournament held at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.

Fairfield conquers Blue Lions in OT

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You only get one chance to win your first game as a varsity head coach and that feat was accomplished Tuesday by Quentin Williams.

Whiteoak’s Eyre finishes 5th in state

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This has been quite the year for the sophomore from Whiteoak sophomore Landen Eyre, who finished a stellar season Saturday at the Ohio High School Athletic Association Cross Country Championships with a fifth place finish in Division III.

Miami Trace buries Hillsboro

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The Miami Trace Panthers welcomed Frontier Athletic Conference rival Hillsboro on a mild, rainy Tuesday night in Fayette County. Hillsboro took an early 5-4 lead, but was outscored 46-24 the rest of the way as the Panthers rolled to a 50-29 victory.

Jimmy Chase Sr. and Dan Hoard join Matt’s Take

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The bye week was much needed this week for the Bengals roster, as this team needs some time off time to get healthy and time to prepare for the second part of the season. The bye week also has given me time to discuss football with the father of our star-studded wide receiver, Ja’Marr Chase. Jimmy Chase Sr. kindly joined Matt’s Take this week and who else would be better to discuss football with than the father of the best receiver in the world?

Tiger jayvees, freshmen fall

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GREENFIELD — The Washington Blue Lion boys freshman and jayvee teams played the Tigers at McClain High School on Friday.

Hillsboro third graders undefeated league champs

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The Hillsboro Third Grade All-Stars recently completed an undefeated regular season and won the Tri-County Youth League with a 9-0 record. Pictured are (standing, l-r) coach Nick Fauber, Levi Elam, LeBron Haithcock, Carson Ford, Grayson Butler, Henry Sanders, Jude Yueillg and coach Brad Haithcock; (kneeling, l-r) Jonathan Donley, Jax Warrington, Jack Fauber, Hayden Pitzer, Alex Jamison and Bryden Priest.