Skip to main content
  • 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.
  • Fairfield High School announces 1st Athletic Hall of Fame Class
    Fairfield Athletic Director, Matt Carson and Tom Purtell co-chairmen of the Fairfield Local Athletic Hall of Fame have announced the 2011 inductees to the newly formed Fairfield Local High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
  • High School Basketball Standings
    High School boys and girls basketball standings for the Southern Hills League and South Central Ohio League
  • Lady Mustangs top Lady Lions
    The Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs broke their recent two-game slide Saturday afternoon with a 46-26 Southern Hills League win over Highland County rival Fairfield.
  • Lions defeat Mustangs in Coaches v. Cancer game
    Friday night, in Leesburg, there were two victories to be had. The most important win will be saved for last. First, there was a basketball game to be played, and in that game the host Fairfield Lions came away victorious against their cross-county visitors, Lynchburg-Clay, 69-63.
  • Lady Lions rally late; fall to PHS
    Fairfield Lady Lions head coach Matt Hodson said his team played their best all-around game Thursday night against the Peebles Lady Indians. Though the improving Lady Lions played their best game of the year, PHS defended their home court with a 59-38 win over FHS.
  • Fairfield to host Coaches vs. Cancer game this Friday
    The Fairfield Lions will be hosting a Coaches vs. Cancer game this Friday, Jan. 28 when they take on their league and county rival, the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs.
  • Lady Indians control 2nd half; gain 2nd win of season WATCH THE VIDEO
    For the second time this season, the Hillsboro Lady Indians left the court with the winning score. On a day where Martin Luther King was celebrated, the Lady Indians gave everything they had to fend off the Fairfield Lady Lions for a 39-30 non-league, Highland County rivalry victory.
  • Lady Indians control 2nd half; gain 2nd win of season WATCH THE VIDEO
    For the second time this season, the Hillsboro Lady Indians left the court with the winning score. On a day where Martin Luther King was celebrated, the Lady Indians gave everything they had to fend off the Fairfield Lady Lions for a 39-30 non-league, Highland County rivalry victory.
  • Improvement continues for Lions; defeat SCOL-leading Panthers
    For the second consecutive day, the Fairfield Lions left a high school basketball gym on the winning side. One night after defeating Highland County rival Whiteoak, the Lions defeated the South Central Ohio League co-leader, Miami Trace, 64-56 at Grandle Gymnasium.
  • Improvement continues for Lions; defeat SCOL-leading Panthers
    For the second consecutive day, the Fairfield Lions left a high school basketball gym on the winning side. One night after defeating Highland County rival Whiteoak, the Lions defeated the South Central Ohio League co-leader, Miami Trace, 64-56 at Grandle Gymnasium.
  • Bench play key to Fairfield win over Whiteoak
    The second round of the Southern Hills League rivalry between the Fairfield Lions and Whiteoak Wildcats was full of points in the first half – 70, to be exact – but it was the Lions who landed the knockout punch in the final two quarters as the Lions took home a 71-48 Southern Hills League win over host Whiteoak.
  • Bench play key to Fairfield win over Whiteoak
    The second round of the Southern Hills League rivalry between the Fairfield Lions and Whiteoak Wildcats was full of points in the first half – 70, to be exact – but it was the Lions who landed the knockout punch in the final two quarters as the Lions took home a 71-48 Southern Hills League win over host Whiteoak.
  • Fairfield Lions to play at the Schottenstein Center
    On Sunday, Jan.23 one game will feature two Southern Hills League rivals squaring off in the Scholastic Play-by-Play Classic at The Ohio State University Schottenstein Center, in Columbus.
  • Fairfield blasts North Adams, 85-47
    Fairfield Coach Matt Carson said his team had had a series of good practices, but even he did not anticipate the Lions' relatively easy 85-47 victory over the North Adams Green Devils on their home floor Wednesday, Jan. 5.
Subscribe to Fairfield