New Bremen stunned Anna with 20 first quarter points, 459 yards of offense, and a record-tying five touchdowns by quarterback David Homan (below) on the way to a thorough 48-13 win over Anna. Read about the game in Saturday's Press Pros.
Skinned knees and elbows? It didn't matter. Rianna Paul scrambled to save a point (below) in New Bremen's Tuesday volleyball win over South Adams, and one of the most emotional moments of a team's time together. Read more in the latest Press Pros feature.
Coldwater showed it had plenty for the doubters with a convincing display of ground attack, big plays, and defense that was up to a formidable individual challenge in an impressive win over New Bremen. Read about the game in Saturday's Press Pros.
Peyton Otte's late interception (below, in blue) helped Marion Local keep its winning streak alive against Versailles. In a thriller between MAC unbeatens, the Flyers rally late to win, 19-17. Colin Foster writes about the game for today's Press Pros.
Jack attack, indeed....Versailles running back Jack Osborne had his biggest night of 'Tigerball' with 200 yards on just 7 carries, and three touchdowns in the Tigers' impressive 48-7 road win Friday at Fort Loramie. Read about the game in Saturday's Press Pros.
They had to hustle and scramble at times (Alyssa Niemeyer, below), but Minster grabbed its first volleyball win of the season with a 3-0 shutout of Troy Christian on Thursday. Read about the match in Friday's Press Pros.
Good to have a Freund (friend)....New Bremen's Kaylee Freund was her usual force Tuesday during the Cardinals' season-opening 3-1 win over host Russia. Read more about the match in Wednesday's Press Pros.
After winning their first Midwest Athletic Conference title since 2005, what's next for the New Knoxville volleyball team? Winning their second title, of course. Despite being one of the smaller programs in the state, the Rangers continue to be one of Division IV's best in Ohio.
Inexperienced Fort Loramie gets rare win against Minster. Damon Mescher crossing the goal line on one of his touchdowns of the night. Read Colin Fosters story on Ft Loramie's win Minster inside today's PressPros.
Off and running...Marion Local got 333 totals yards of offense, and two-thirds of it from the brother combination of Peyton and Kyle Otte, to beat Division III Wapakoneta in the season opener, 31-6. Read about the game in Saturday's Press Pros.
A haunting reminder of attention to details frames pre-season camp for coach Tim Goodwin (below) and 11-time champion Marion Local. And to no one's surprise they've retooled to avenge a disappointing, and surprising, conclusion to their 2020 season. Read more about them in the latest Press Pros feature.
Five years ago St. Henry native and former NFL All-Pro Jeff Hartings said he had a calling to become a high school head coach. That calling is amounting to more than just a football program at Worthington Christian. (Press Pros Feature Photos by Brian Bayless)
Six weeks into the job as Minster's football coach, Seth Whiting (below) will call on bedrock values - what he knows, what he believes - to keep the Wildcats on pace in the MAC. Learn more about the 'Cats executive change in today's Press Pros.
As it turned out a dark horse who kicked his team to the 2020 state championship in football, and a golfer who has known nothing but achievement in her high school career are awarded the 2021 Press Pros Scholar-Athlete sponsors scholarships. Read about them in today's Press Pros.
Minster nearly pulled off another come-from-behind win in the Division IV district final on Friday. Minster senior Alexis Bishop (pictured) chases down a drive to center. Read Girls softball by Greg Billing inside today's Press Pros.
The Tigers' first district championship game appearance since 2009 didn't end like the Tigers hoped. But Versailles put down the groundwork for another potential run following a 5-2 loss to Georgetown in extra innings on Thursday.
The Minster Wildcats waited until 2014 to win their first MAC softball title. The program now has four after winning a third straight championship following a 10-0, run-rule victory against Fort Recovery on Saturday. Greg Billing writes.
Coach Kyle Ahrns' softball team needs one win to tie the school record. And if they get it the Cavaliers look to continue one of the most successful regular seasons in program history with a strong run in the Division III tournament. Greg Billing writes.