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OAG DeWine’s wife pays visit to Eaton

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EATON — Fran DeWine, wife of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, stopped at the Eaton Place to chat with Sheriff Michael Simpson on Thursday, Aug. 21.DeWine and Simpson were also joined by Magistrate Jenifer Overmyer and Preble County Republican Central Committee representative Stephanie Garrett.The stop was part of Fran DeWine’s 88-county campaign tour. DeWine said she’s made it about a quarter of the way around Ohio thus far.“I’m going to really have to step it up after Labor Day,” DeWine joked. “I especially love going to the smaller counties and the ones further away from home. It’s kind of fun to do it.”

 

Arrows seeking ‘4-peat’

CAMDEN — Preble Shawnee’s volleyball team looks to be dominant once again this upcoming season.The Arrows have won the Southwestern Buckeye League’s Buckeye Division the past three years and seem to be poised for a fourth.They return seven players from last year’s squad, including five seniors.The seniors are led by Abby Woodard, Emma Walker, Adrianna Moore, Erica Halcomb, and Sidney Hibbard.Sophomore Elise Walker, junior Mad...

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NT hoping to build on last year’s success

NEW PARIS — National Trail’s football team made the playoffs for the first time in the school’s history last season.The Blazers finished 8-2 in the regular season before bowing out in the first round. It was history in the making, yes, but the football team isn’t satisfied with just making it to the playoffs any longer.“Last year, we were happy making the playoffs. After we lost, (the team) doesn’t want to just be happy being there. Th...

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Panthers off to good start

WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South’s volleyball team enters every season with high expectations.“We always want to compete and we always want to have fun. My expectations year to year are always set very high because I always want all the kids to realize the program – in order for it to survive – we have to have high expectations,” said head coach Leslie Roberts.The Panthers finished last season 15-7 overall, receiving third place in ...

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TCN seeking 4th-straight playoff appearance

LEWISBURG — Tri-County North reached the playoffs last year for the third time in as many seasons and the team is hoping to continue that momentum into this season.The Panthers have the right formula in place for that to happen. The team returns 11 starters from last season and has a roster of 15 seniors. That formula does come with a few wrinkles, though.North graduated a four-year starter at quarterback in Austin Hutchins, who set many of the school’s passi...

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Shawnee beats Eaton in crossover match

CAMDEN — Preble Shawnee volleyball hosted Eaton on Thursday, Aug. 21 in Southwestern Buckeye League crossover conference play. The Arrows were able to pull off the victory in four sets, beating Eaton 25-23, 25-22, 20-25, 25-16.“You can tell how hard (Eaton) has worked in the preseason,” said Shawnee’s head coach Kristy Cottingim. “As the season progresses and they get more playing time together, they are going to be a difficult team to beat.”...

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Shawnee, Eaton ladies face off

CAMDEN — The Preble Shawnee girls’ soccer team finished the first week of their season with an unblemished 2-0 record. The Arrows hosted Eaton for their season opener, beating the Eagles 3-0. They then traveled to Sandusky on Saturday, and won that contest, 5-0.“The first game or two of the season is usually a crap shoot, especially when the teams are relatively evenly matched. We are still trying to identify ourselves as a team and the emotions of a new season ca...

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Blazers looking to improve

NEW PARIS — National Trail’s head volleyball coach Eric Burkhart is in his second season with the Blazers and wants to see a continued improvement from his team.“We want to be better than last year. We were 5-18. I would like to be at .500. I want to be better than the year before. With trying to change the program around, it’s going to be long term. As long as I see progress each year, then we are on the right track,” said Burkhart.Burkhart...

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EHS looking to be tough; off to 1-2 start

EATON — Eaton girls’ volleyball looks to be a tough opponent this season, using the size and strength they have at the front of the net to their advantage.“The kids have a really positive outlook on this upcoming season. I really think that the morale is high, and the team chemistry keeps getting stronger and stronger as we work harder and harder,” said head coach Parker Fields.The club returns two seniors and nine juniors. The roster also adds a ...

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Sports schedules

Wednesday:3:45 p.m. – PS boys’ golf @ Carlisle4 p.m. – EHS boys’ tennis v. Greenville4:30 p.m. – PS boys’ tennis @ FranklinThursday:4 p.m. – PS boys’ golf v. Dixie4 p.m. – NT boys’ golf v. TCN4 p.m. – EHS boys’ golf @ Greenville4 p.m. – EHS boys’ tennis v. Oakwood4 p.m. – PS boys’ tennis @ Dixie...

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Eagles golf showing golf

MIAMISBURG — The Eaton varsity golf team recently attended the first-ever Miamisburg Invitational. The event was held at Pipestone Golf Course.The Eagles placed second out of 14 teams at the Invitational, with a combined score of 313. Troy won the tournament with a score of 307 while Valley View took third with a 318.Cameron Willis was the medalist with an individual score of 74. Rounding out the top four scores for the Eagles were Andrew Ferguson (76), Sarah Willi...

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Future looks bright for Lady Panthers

LEWISBURG — Tri-County North brings in new head coach Hanna Rose for this upcoming volleyball season.Rose did not know the girls’ record from seasons past, nor statistics, nor skill-sets.This is just how Rose wants it, though.“This gave everyone a clean slate and a great opportunity to learn everything I wanted to teach them along with giving them the opportunity to win their desired position,” said Rose.The Panthers will sta...

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Arrows ‘counting on the line’

CAMDEN — Third year coach Matt Hopkins hopes to see Preble Shawnee’s football program continually get better under his tutelage.The Arrows finished 0-10 in the first season under Hopkins, and improved to 3-7 last season.“When you take over a program and your best record in history is 7-3 and the second best is 6-4, you kind of know what you’re getting into,” said Hopkins.“Anybody can go in and teach a good team. I wanted to ...

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Eaton JV compete at Brookville Invite

LEWISBURG — Eaton’s junior varsity team played in the Brookville Invitational – a varsity tournament held at Penn Terra golf course in Lewisburg — on Thursday, Aug. 14.The Eagles finished fourth out of nine teams attending. Brookville won the event, finishing with a combined score of 303. Rounding out the top four were Valley View (309), Middletown Madison (330), and Eaton (335).The top four golfers for the Eagles were Kaleb VanZant with a score o...

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2014 Junior Fair Winners

Chelsea Allen, 17Paris ModelettesSt. Fair Rep., Get Started in ArtJoseph Allen, 14Paris ModelettesHonorable Mention, ArcheryRebecca Allen, 17Jackson Young Farmers1st, 17-18 Poultry ShowmanshipOlivia Baumann, 8Jackson Young FarmersSt. Fair Rep., Sew FunOwen Baumann, 12Jackson Young Farmers2nd in class, Sheep ShowmanshipJake Beneke,...

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Junior Fair Sale of Champions shows off the best

The annual Sale of Champions couldn’t go on without the help of the auctioneers who take time each year.Suzanne Kimball, a member of Monroe Better Livestock Club, poses with the buyers of her grand champion fryers.Cade Carter, a member of Ultimate Livestock Club, poses with buyers of his grand champion market goat.Claire Sorrell, a member of Ultimate Livestock Club, poses with buyers of her grand champion market hog.Cade Carter poses with buye...

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High school sports results for Aug. 26.

Tuesday’s resultsBoys’ GolfMonroe d. Preble Shawnee 182-215low medalist for Shawnee was Kyle Fryer (44)Girls’ TennisCarlisle 3, Preble Shawnee 21. B. Hubbard (PS) d. Ferguson, 6-3, 6-2; 2. A. Hubbard (PS) d. McClure, 6-1, 6-0; 3. Bailey (C) d. Curtis, 6-1, 6-0; 1. Callahan/Taylor (C) d. K. Quillen/S. Qu...

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High school sports results for Aug. 25

Monday’s ResultsGirl’s tennisPreble Shawnee 5, Middletown 0Singles: 1 Brooklyn Hubbard (PS) d. Lauren Beckmeyer 6-0, 6-1; 2 Ashlyn Hubbard (PS) d. Madi Hiler 6-1, 6-0; 3 Kortney Quillen (PS) d. Darah Morgan 6-4,7-5Doubles: 1 Sidney Quillen/Molly Curtis (PS) d. Jacie Riley/Katie Taylor 6-1,6-1; 2 Maddie Borad/Megan Howell (PS) d. Savannah Prater/Taryn Reigelsperger 6-1,7-5Record: 5-2 (0...

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