Sports Archive

Ohio boating summit to debut in May 2015

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will hold the first Ohio Boating Summit on Monday, May 4, at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center at 2201 Fred Taylor Drive in Columbus. People interested in paddling, fishing or boating in Ohio are encouraged to attend this summit offered by the ODNR Division of [ Read More ]

ODNR seeks to recognize farm families

Across the state, Ohio’s farmers continue to adopt practices on their land aimed at addressing important conservation issues, such as improving Ohio’s water quality. Food and agriculture remain Ohio’s No. 1 industry, annually contributing more than $105 billion to the state’s economy. As farmers are stewards of the land, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources [ Read More ]

Historic season comes to an end for Milford

By Chris Chaney Sun staff As Milford walked off the floor of the University of Dayton Arena on Saturday, March 14 following a 63-39 loss to Huber Heights Wayne in a Division I Southwest Ohio District Final, the Eagles could find solace in their many accomplishments. The 2014-15 Eagles will be remembered as one of [ Read More ]

Felicity’s run comes to an end in regional finals

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Felicity-Franklin march upstate took another step forward this season as the Lady Cardinals reached the Division IV regional final for the first time in school history. However, perennial powerhouse Fort Loramie made sure that the Cardinal Crew would not be making the trip up to Columbus to compete in [ Read More ]

Peters places fourth, others bow out early

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Podium hopes sprung eternal for five local wrestlers last week at the Jerome Schottenstein Center in Columbus as all eyes were focused on the 10 mats at the Ohio High School Athletic Association Wrestling State Individual Tournament. Three days of wrestling ensued from Thursday, March 12 until the finals on [ Read More ]

New MLB stadium screening practices take effect for 2015

As previously announced, Major League Baseball’s Stadium Operations Practices for the 2015 regular season require each Club to develop and implement mandatory metal detection screening of all fans prior to entry to each Major League ballpark. Many Major League Clubs already began such a program throughout the 2013 and 2014 seasons. The screening program will [ Read More ]

New exhibits open at Reds Hall of Fame

The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum will debut two new exhibits for the 2015 season: Stars of the Queen City and Tony Perez. On March 18, a media preview will begin at 6 p.m. and invitation-only ribbon cutting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. The exhibits will open to the public on March 19 [ Read More ]

Division I bowlers’ season comes to an end

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The area bowling season came to a disappointing end at Beaver-Vu Lanes outside of Dayton for three Division I schools last week as no individuals from Amelia, Milford or Glen Este were able to advance out of the district tournament up to state. All three schools had representatives take part [ Read More ]

Pair of returning state qualifiers joined by three local grapplers

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Standing in the tunnel of the Jerome Schottenstein Center a year ago, Bethel-Tate’s Aric Peters said his “feet felt like they were a thousand pounds” and he “could barely breathe.” This weekend, Peters returns to the mats on the Schott’s expansive floor seeking an improvement upon his fourth-place finish. Competing [ Read More ]

Lady Cards win back-to-back DIV district championships

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The new era of Felicity-Franklin girls basketball had another chapter written on Saturday, March 7 as the Lady Cardinals dismissed district final opponents Miami Valley, 74-53, to earn a berth in the regional semifinals. Despite a slow start, the 74-point effort by Felicity was the team’s highest scoring output of [ Read More ]


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