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Indians knock off Clinton-Massie

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WILMINGTON — The Hillsboro High School boys bowling team closed the regular season portion of their schedule Monday with a 2,683 to 2,469 non-conference victory over Clinton-Massie at Royal Z Lanes.

FHS loses 3rd in last 4 games

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LEESBURG — The Miami Trace Panthers rebounded from a conference loss to the Washington Blue Lions on Feb. 3 when they visited another team of Lions, this one from Highland County, on Tuesday.

February baseball is nearly here

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The sun has finally popped out over the last few days and we have officially made it to February. January without Bengals playoff football makes for a long month, but we are finally approaching warmer weather and some baseball action. Pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 13 and the first spring training game is on Feb. 24.

Fairfield rallies to knock off M. Trace

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EBER — After defeating the Washington girls at the buzzer on Saturday night, the Miami Trace Lady Panthers had just one day of rest before hosting the Fairfield Lady Lions on Monday night. Miami Trace led by as many as seven points in the second half, but a ferocious late rally from the Lady Lions propelled them to a 55-43 victory.

Current FAC Standings

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The current Frontier Athletic Conference standings for the 2023-24 winter sports season:

Fairfield ranked No. 9

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The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Ohio high school basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses, won-loss record, and total points:

OHIO H.S. GIRLS BASKEBALL POLL

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The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Ohio high school basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses, won-loss record, and total points:

Six straight league championships

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After 108 games played together as a team since third grade this group of Hillsboro eighth graders recently finished with six straight league championships. Since third grade the team is 97-11 overall and undefeated against Frontier Athletic Conference opponents. The won both the FAC regular season and tournament titles this year. Pictured (l-r) are coach Larry Scruggs, Ella Jordan, Taylor-Ann Scruggs, Riley Pence, Piper Wilkin, Dinah Ames, Peyton Gobin, Nevaeh Blair and coach JC Captain.

LC’s McKinney will bowl at Shawnee

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Lynchburg-Clay senior Sarah McKinney is pictured signing to bowl at Shawnee State University. She plans to major in education. McKinney also golfs and plays softball for Lynchburg-Clay. She is the daughter of Dale McKinney and Jennifer Mobley. Pictured (front row, l-r) are Dale McKinney (father), Sarah McKinney and Jennifer Mobley (mother); (back row, l-r) Sean Ison (Lynchburg-Clay coach), Shawn McLaughlin (Lynchburg-Clay coach), Bryan Sturgell (Shawnee State coach) and Jani Sturgell (Shawnee State coach).

Blue Lions keep pace in FAC, beat McClain

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GREENFIELD — The Washington Blue Lions were looking to stay on the heels of the Miami Trace Panthers in the chase for the Frontier Athletic Conference championship when they visited historic McClain High School to take on the Tigers last Friday.