NEW PARIS —National Trail was able to get two games in during all the rainy weather this past week, splitting the two by beating Seton Catholic, 11-1, and losing to Ansonia, 6-2
CAMDEN — Preble Shawnee's varsity tennis team got its season under way with a busy week. The Arrows competed in four matches in all, defeating Preble County rival Eaton for their first win of the season.
CAMDEN —Any time a team faces five over five days, they are bound to hit some bumps in the road along the way.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Twin Valley South baseball team found itself on a nice streak last week, winning all three of its games. The Panthers started out the week beating Newton 7-6 at Wright State University on Tuesday, April 14, before winning...
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North's 2014-15 girls' basketball team was honored with the Premier Health Team of the Month for March of 2015 before the start of a softball game against Tri-Village on Tuesday, April 14.
LEWISBURG — The Tri-County North softball team had a busy week, playing in six softball games and winning four of them.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Twin Valley South softball team is still struggling to piece together hits, losing all three efforts on the week. The Panthers lost 11-0 to Newton on Monday, April 13 before falling 10-0 to Franklin Monroe on Tuesday, April...
EATON — Eaton's girls' and boys' track teams placed second and third respectively at their own Eagle Relays on Tuesday, April 14.
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North remains unbeaten in the Cross County Conference, winning their three conference match-ups this week before heading into the UC Invite, where they lost in the championship game to South Dearborn.
NEW PARIS — Cole Dudley, a standout runner for National Trail, will be going to school within running distance of his home.
NEW PARIS —Randy Kerns grew up walking the halls of National Trail as a youth, and he will return to those halls this fall to become the head coach of the National Trail football team — a team he once starred on.
EATON —Robot-R-US, a local robotics team, has qualified for a national championship and will travel St. Louis, Missouri on April 22-25 to compete at the event which will see teams from not only all over the nation, but also from all over the...
EATON — Eaton softball had a jam-packed week. On top of the Lady Eagles opening up their brand new softball diamond on Saturday, April 18, they also had an exhausting six-games-in-five-days schedule.
Tuesday's ResultsSOFTBALLWaynesville 7, Preble Shawnee 1Tri-County North 5, Tri-Village 2BASEBALLTri-County North 15, Tri-Village 2Carlisle 11, Preble Shawnee 2
Eaton High School will be holding a ceremony to dedicate the newly constructed Brower Field (Baseball) & Brooke-Gould Memorial Field (Softball) Saturday, April 18 at 9:30 a.m. The dedication ceremony will take place rain or shine at the newly...
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North continues to play good baseball, winning all three of its games this week as the team beat Franklin Monroe 10-0 on Friday, April 10, before winning both games of a double-header against Greenville 10-2 and 4-3, on...
NEW PARIS — The Twin Valley South track program swept the Blazer Relays by winning both the recent boys' and girls' meets.
LEWISBURG — The Tri-County North girls' softball team split a pair of games last week, losing 10-9 in a shootout to Union County on Monday, April 6, before capturing their first win of the year against Oakwood, beating the Lumberjacks 10-0...
LEWISBURG — The TCN Track team will sponsor its first annual track meet for grades first through sixth at the Tri-County North track complex on Saturday, May 9.
CAMDEN —The Preble Shawnee Arrows picked up their first two wins of the season with victories over Dixie on Monday, April 5, and Northridge on Friday, April 10.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The weather finally cleared enough for Twin Valley South softball to take to the diamond for a double-header against Northridge on Saturday, April 11.
NEW PARIS — Mick Ditmer, National Trail's athletic director, is retiring after this school year.Ditmer has been with Trail for 35 years, many of those spent on the baseball diamond.
NEW PARIS —National Trail started off two and zero for the 2015 varsity baseball season.A Tuesday, March 31, match-up was the type of game that can give a team confidence to have a great season.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South did not start the softball season off on the right cleat. The Panthers lost their first two games, dropping their opener 16-4 against Brookville on Monday, March 30 before losing 16-4 against Arcanum on...
SOFTBALLEatonThe Eagles opened their season at Franklin on Monday, March 30. They lost 13-3. No statistics had been provided to The Register-Herald by press time.