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April 19, 2015

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  • Patriots dominate CCC with perfect season record

    by - Feb 26, 2015
    NEW MADISON – “The season may be coming to an end, but it will never end in our hearts,” said Tri-Village senior basketball player Colton Linkous. He and the rest of the team finished their 2014-15...
  • County traveling basketball team looking for players

    by - Feb 25, 2015
    DARKE COUNTY – The Darke County Shooters are currently looking for girls presently in 8th or 9th grade that would like to participate on a girls travel basketball team. Team(s) will be made up following the...
  • Mills entertains at local Upward Sports celebration

    by - Feb 25, 2015
    PITSBURG – Players, cheerleaders, coaches and parents packed the school gym at Franklin Monroe Sunday afternoon for and end of the season celebration for the Darke County Upward Sports program. Over 400 names were individually read aloud...
  • $10,000 reverse raffle helps athletes

    by - Feb 25, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Athletic Boosters will be hosting its inaugural March Madness Raffle on March 28, 5-10 p.m., at Paws Bingo Hall, 848 Martin St., Greenville.  The ticket is $100 and includes entry for the...
  • Local athletes in state’s rankings

    by - Feb 24, 2015
    DARKE CO. – Several local athletes are getting ready for the high school track and field season by participating in the indoor track and field. Some have been competing since December in their respective events. Schools...
  • Tri-Village names new football program coach

    by - Feb 24, 2015
    NEW MADISON – Tri-Village approved our head football coach at last evening’s Board of Education meeting. Jason Schondelmyer will be coming to Tri-Village as its first ever head football coach. Coach Schondelmyer comes to Tri-Village from...
  • Lady Roaders lose in 1st round to Newton

    by - Feb 23, 2015
    BROOKVILLE – In a rescheduled tournament game from Saturday, the Bradford girls basketball team squared off Monday evening against Newton Local today at Brookville High School. The Lady Roaders lost by a score of 38-25 to...
  • Jets win over Buccs

    by - Feb 23, 2015
    PITSBURG – With the regular season coming to an end Franklin Monroe is beginning to heat up. The Jets posted a victory over Cross County Conference foe Covington this past weekend in their final home game of...
  • Greenville tops Versailles in season finale

    by - Feb 21, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Darke County fans filled SNB Court at Greenville High School Friday night as the Wave hosted Versailles in a sold out season ending rivalry game. The emotions ran high on both sides of the...
  • Wave win GWOC North title

    by - Feb 20, 2015
    GREENVILLE – It was a record breaking, historic weekend for the Greenville basketball program. For the first time in 60 years, the boys varsity basketball team can call themselves ‘Champions’. The Wave won their final conference...
  • Lady Pats beat FM in sectional play

    by - Feb 20, 2015
    BROOKVILLE – The top seed Tri-Village girls advance to face Jefferson Tuesday night in the Div. IV sectional game after beating Franklin Monroe Thursday by a score of 62-27. Photos provided by Deron Newman of DNPimages.com...Read More
  • Conference champs taking tournament a game at a time

    by - Feb 19, 2015
    NEW MADISON – The Tri-Village girls basketball team finished out the season at an impressive 21-1 and claimed the Cross County Conference (CCC) championship. In addition, the team’s success has them ranked #8 in the state in the AP...
  • MV Dance Team to compete for state title

    by - Feb 19, 2015
    UNION CITY, Ohio – The Mississinawa Valley High School Dance Team recently qualified for state at the Southwest Regional Dance Competition in Springfield, Ohio. The team will head to The Ohio State University to compete against top...
  • Versailles girls advance in district play

    by - Feb 19, 2015
    VERSAILLES – The (19-4) Versailles girls basketball team will play in game two Monday night in hopes of moving one step closer to a Div. III championship. The top seeded Lady Tigers rolled over Northridge Wednesday...
  • GYFL is a Football Heads Up Program

    by - Feb 19, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Youth Football League and the Western Ohio Junior Football League are members of the USA Football Heads Up Program, an initiative to help make the sport of football better and safer through...
  • DCSA Youth Soccer signup is ongoing

    by - Feb 19, 2015
    GREENVILE – The 2015 Spring DCSA Youth Soccer Spring Season will be held March 17 through May 10. The league is open to boys and girls ages 3-12 years old. Registration is through March 7 and...
  • Indians fall by 1 to Centerville in OT

    by - Feb 18, 2015
    UNION CITY, Ind. – After trailing by more than 10 points in the third quarter, the Union City boys basketball team mounted a comeback tying the game at 48 to take the Centerville, Ind. Bulldogs into...
  • FM boys take win over Dixie

    by - Feb 18, 2015
    PITSBURG – Franklin Monroe is heating up as the tournament draws near. They scored 72 points against Dixie on Tuesday night to take a 72-56 victory. Senior Justin Rhoades looks for a shot under the basket...
  • Trojans beat Panthers Friday night

    by - Feb 14, 2015
    LEWISBURG – The Arcanum Trojans beat Tri-County North Friday night in Lewisburg by a score of 55-46. With the weather causing the home game tonight to be cancelled, the Trojans will end the season at home...
  • Jets loss by 5 in Casstown

    by - Feb 14, 2015
    CASSTOWN – Franklin Monroe boys basketball team lost by a score of 50-45 to Miami East Friday. The Jets host Dixie tonight in non-conference game. Photos provided by Rodney Baker...Read More
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