'Battered'...Piqua's Bill Nees reflects on his defense, and the backdrop of Friday's 44-0 shutout win over Sidney, the Indians' third in their last four games. Read more about the game in today's Press Pros MVL feature.
Just out of reach...Troy got off to a slow start in the rematch, fought back, but couldn't keep Tipp from winning its first outright Miami Valley League volleyball title. Read about it in today's Press Pros.
Indians earn outright Miami Valley League Miami Division championship with 5th straight victory over Tippecanoe; Hike record to 5-0 with one game remaining in regular season. Mark Znidar writes 'MVL' for today’s Press Pros.
A Tippecanoe victory over Troy has been a long time coming for the Red Devils. How long? How about since 1939. Tipp scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:36 left in the fourth ... then came out on the right side of some controversy ... for one of the biggest wins in program history.
Indians Everywhere...But an interception in the end zone by defensive back Braiden Strayer (below) kept the Stebbins Indians off the scoreboard Friday, helping the undefeated Piqua Indians to their fourth consecutive win and setting up next weekend's showdown with Tipp. Mark Znidar writes the story for today's Press Pros.
Troy evens its record at 1-1, and unveiled a sophomore running back that captured the imagination of the moment, and who knows…the future? [VIEW/ORDER ACTION PHOTOS] Since Nick Kawecki was in second grade, his father knew the now-sophomore speedster was destined to be a running back. And just as Jeff Kawecki first witnessed his son
They're young, undefeated, and keeping Coach Michelle Owen on edge at all times. But the Troy Trojans are undefeated in volleyball and prepping for a matchup with that team down the road. Tuesday night they swept the Butler Aviators. Read about it today's Press Pros.
Social distancing...Piqua's Cory Miller does his best to distance himself from a Trojan tackler in Friday's renewal of the 'rivalry'. Piqua broke a four-game losing streak with a 26-10 win over Troy. Andy Anders writes the story for Saturday's Press Pros.
Make no mistake, the Versailles Tigers can throw the football. They simply didn't need to Friday night in a 34-14 victory at Anna highlighted by the Tigers' ground-and-pound combo of a strong rushing attack and hard-hitting defense. Greg Billing shares the details.
After beating Sidney by 3o and 48 points a season ago, Butler held off Sidney 51-48 in the first round of the Division I sectional tournament on Saturday that featured a pair of teams loaded with youthful potential. Read about it in today's Press Pros.
Nightmare ending...Sidney's Dominick Durr couldn't bear to watch as he left the court, as Sidney squandered a pair of leads Tuesday, had an untimely mistake at the end, and lost to Tippecanoe on a last-second stickback. Read about the game on Press Pros.
The Trojans used a pair of defensive stops late, then hit a clutch free throw with 52 seconds left to avenge an earlier loss to the Red Devils in a key Miami Valley League game Friday night. (Pictured) Troy's Landyn Henry hits the game-winning free throw in front of the Red Devils Den. More from Greg Billing Friday Night.
It wasn't easy, and the way they did it was hardly indicative of their record. But somehow, the Tipp girls did enough things right Wednesday to beat Sidney...and stay unbeaten in the MVL. Read about the game in today's Press Pros feature.
Sidney let a nine-point lead get away in the second half, but turned up the defensive pressure down the stretch to win for the 6th straight time. Read about the game in today's Press Pros Miami Valley League feature.
The Red Devils were red hot from three-point range on Friday night, knocking down 11 overall -- and giving them 31 three's in their last three games -- to knock off the host Indians. Piqua's Dre'Sean Roberts (pictured) gets the shot off as Tipp's Nolan Mader goes for the block. More from Greg Billing Friday Night.
Battling a tough Butler team and boisterous student section, the Versailles boys basketball team got the last word with an impressive 53-45 victory in overtime on Tuesday night. Versailles' Michael Stammen (pictured) drives the lane as Butler's Quincy Rackley defends. More from Greg Billing Friday Night.
Sidney again showed that even without Andre Gordon they're formidable, streaking past Northmont Tuesday for their 13th win. No stars anymore, just hard-working kids willing to share the load and win on their own. Read more about them in today's Press Pros.
Tipp's up and down season continued with another example of the downs - a double overtime loss to visiting Stebbins on a shot at the end that wouldn't go 'down'. Greg Billing shares the story in today's Press Pros.
First-year Trojan head coach Mark Hess’ first taste of the Battle on the Great Miami will be a fond one, as his team battled to defeat the Piqua Indians 60-47 on Friday night...in Piqua! Luke Severt writes the story for Press Pros.