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  • Not off the Press: We have entered the postseason

    These past seven days have been filled with excitement. In Highland County, we had wrestlers in the sectional tournament, a team win a co-league title, another team win their sectional championship, and just a lot of good, quality performances from the student-athletes in the area.
  • SCOL title on the line tonight at HHS WATCH THE VIDEO
    The Hillsboro Indians have the opportunity to become the first Tribe team since the 1989-90 season to win a South Central Ohio League boys basketball championship, if they can defeat the London Red Raiders tonight on their home court.
     HHS and LHS will share the SCOL title if the Indians come out with a win.
  • Indians survive county rivalry against Lions
    The Highland County rivalry matchup between the Fairfield Lions and Hillsboro Indians was full of scoring runs, along with a packed Grandle Gymnasium in Leesburg. But it was the Indians who fought off each and every attack by the Lions, taking home a 62-55 non-league win Tuesday night.
  • Indians survive county rivalry against Lions
    The Highland County rivalry matchup between the Fairfield Lions and Hillsboro Indians was full of scoring runs, along with a packed Grandle Gymnasium in Leesburg. But it was the Indians who fought off each and every attack by the Lions, taking home a 62-55 non-league win Tuesday night.
  • Sword slashes way to 35 points; FHS advances in sectionals
    The Fairfield Lady Lions are undefeated in the Division IV SE District Sectional tournament. After a self-described sluggish first quarter, the Fairfield Lady Lions bounced back with a strong second half performance, defeating the Green Lady Bobcats, 64-33 Monday evening at Northwest High School.
  • Monday Girls Basketball Scores (Tournament)
    Monday, Feb. 14, 2011 Girls Basketball Results.
  • Not off the Press: Ready to travel the tournament road; wrap-up regular season
    This is one of the biggest weeks in recent memory not only for the girls basketball teams with the start of their postseason tournament, but for the Hillsboro boys team as well.
  • Boys Basketball Tournament: Highland County teams
    2010-11 Boys Basketball Tournament matchups for Highland County teams.
  • 'King' Ferrell, Lions win homecoming night over Dragons
    On the latest episode of "That '70s Homecoming" Friday night, Fairfield High School crowned its newest king and queen, and the varsity basketball team defeated Southern Hills League foe West Union, defending their home court 67-42 on a night about peace, flower-power and basketball.
  • Girls Basketball Tournament Preview: Games to tip-off Monday
    The 2010-11 Girls High School Basketball tournaments for all divisions is set to start on Monday, Feb. 14 with the first games of the sectional tournament. Highland County will have three teams playing on that Monday, with two others to play later in the week.
  • Girls Basketball Tournament Preview: Games to tip-off Monday
    The 2010-11 Girls High School Basketball tournaments for all divisions is set to start on Monday, Feb. 14 with the first games of the sectional tournament. Highland County will have three teams playing on that Monday, with two others to play later in the week.
  • Lions pounce Rockets; gain SHL win
    The play of the game was an alley-oop dunk by Chris Cox with a pass from Cameron Rolark, but the most important part was the final score, with Fairfield defeating the Fayetteville Rockets, 63-47 Wednesday night at Fayetteville High School.
  • Girls basketball tournament set to begin next Monday
    The 2010-11 SE District Sectional and District tournament brackets were chosen Sunday afternoon in all divisions throughout the state.
  • Rolark sets new standards in Lions' win over Adena
    Fairfield senior Cameron Rolark set a new standard from beyond the arc, capping off a Hall of Fame day for the Fairfield Lions.

    On the day where the inaugural Fairfield Athletic Hall of Fame class was inducted in a pregame ceremony, Rolark broke the school's 3-pointer record with 11 and came within two points of tying the school's single-game scoring record, finishing with 43 points. The Lions defeated the Adena Warriors 92-64 for a non-league win.
  • Sword dominates; Lady Lions gain 1st win of season
    It took longer than expected, but that doesn't matter anymore. For the first time this season, the Fairfield Lady Lions had the higher score after 32 minutes, defeating Highland County and Southern Hills League foe Whiteoak, 42-31 Thursday night at Grandle Gymnasium.
  • Sword dominates; Lady Lions gain 1st win of season
    It took longer than expected, but that doesn't matter anymore. For the first time this season, the Fairfield Lady Lions had the higher score after 32 minutes, defeating Highland County and Southern Hills League foe Whiteoak, 42-31 Thursday night at Grandle Gymnasium.
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