Wednesday's ResultsGirls' TennisPreble Shawnee 3, Waynesville 2
As kickoff neared Friday night at Townsend Field, first-year Wilmington High School football coach Scott Killen pulled his headset on.
The Scott Killen era as head coach of the Wilmington High School football team began with a resounding 49-19 win over Little Miami Friday night at Townsend Field on the Wilmington College campus.
Tri-County North's Ethan Cooley moves the ball upfield against Yellow Springs on Saturday, Aug. 30. North lost the contest 9-0.
Wednesday:4 p.m.– Preble Shawnee golf v. Valleyview4:30 p.m.– Preble Shawnee tennis @ WaynesvilleThursday:4 p.m.– National Trail golf v. Miami East
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North's cross country coach Tim Martin isn't just looking toward this year – he also has the future of his student-athletes in mind.
Boys soccerFranklin Monroe 14, National Trail 0Centerville (IN) 9, National Trail 0Preble Shawnee 1, Milton Union 1Goals: Skyler Dougherty (1)TVS 1, TCN 1
EATON —Eaton's volleyball team opened up Southwest Buckeye League play last week, facing both Franklin and Bellbrook. They also took on Edgewood in non-conference action.
NEW PARIS — National Trail's cross country team is looking toward another competitive season in the Cross County Conference.
EATON — Eaton's cross country team hopes to continue its recent string of success. They are in a great position to do so, as both the boys' and girls' teams return talented runners.
CAMDEN —Preble Shawnee girls tennis took on two league opponents this week, finishing 1-1 in conference matches and 2-1 overall.The Arrows opened up against league opponent Middletown Madison, winning 5-0.
WEST ALEXANDRIA —Twin Valley South's volleyball team continues its winning streak, improving to 5-0 (1-0) on the season.
CAMDEN — The Preble Shawnee boys' soccer teams haven't had much to cheer about over the past few seasons. The Arrows have been a combined 0-31-1 over the last two years, but head coach Rodney Forrer is relying on his senior-lead...
LEWISBURG —The Tri-County North girls' soccer team had a very successful week for the program.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — There are some high expectations heading into cross country season at Twin Valley South.
EATON — Mason McCargish, 17, and Maddie Baker, 11, have been swimming year-round for the past few years and will continue swimming on the Preble County YMCA Piranhas Swim Team this winter season.
The Eagles competed in the Moeller Primetime Invitational Friday night, Aug. 22, at the Kings Island Golf course.
CAMDEN — Preble Shawnee continues its quest for a fourth consecutive conference championship as they opened up league play with a perfect 2-0 record this past week.
CAMDEN —Preble Shawnee girls soccer finished the week 1-1, both games in conference play. The Arrows were able to get a 3-1 victory over Middletown Madison, but fell to Milton Union 1-2.
WEST ALEXANDRIA —Twin Valley South's football team started off its season on the right foot, beating Dixie 35-6 in dominating fashion at home on Friday evening, Aug. 29.
EATON —Eaton's boys soccer team has not opened up Southwestern Buckeye League play the way they had hoped.The Eagles dropped their first two conference matches, losing to Franklin 1-4 and to Bellbrook 0-8.
Tuesday's resultsGirls' SoccerEaton 0, Lemon Monroe 7Tri-County North 6, Dixie 1
Friday Night Football, Week 1Eaton 34, Greenville 28Preble Shawnee 35, National Trail 20Twin Valley South 35, Dixie 6Tri-County North v. Brookville - no results reported yet
Wednesday's resultsBoys' GolfCarlisle 192, Preble Shawnee 209
EATON — Eaton football and winning football games seemingly go hand-in-hand. After a 7-3 season last year though, the Eagles just missed out on the post-season.