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  • Lady Indians win county battle over McClain

    With a cold chill in the air, the Hillsboro Lady Indians were on a hot-streak in the first half Tuesday night in Greenfield, putting up a 3-0 lead after 40 minutes, en route to a 4-0 South Central Ohio League win over cross-county rival McClain.
  • Three Lady Indian seniors honored
    Hillsboro senior tennis players Maddie Cupp, Tiffany Satterfield and Alejandra Davila were honored before the Lady Indians' home match against East Clinton Tuesday.
  • Second half dooms Tribe; Washington wins 28-27

    The Hillsboro Indians provided many fireworks in the first half during a soggy game at Richards Memorial Field, but all the sparks in the first half fizzled away in the final 24 minutes as the Washington Blue Lions raided the Tribe’s homecoming, defeating the Indians by one point, 28-27 Friday night in Hillsboro.

  • Second half dooms Tribe; Washington wins 28-27

    The Hillsboro Indians provided many fireworks in the first half during a soggy game at Richards Memorial Field, but all the sparks in the first half fizzled away in the final 24 minutes as the Washington Blue Lions raided the Tribe’s homecoming, defeating the Indians by one point, 28-27 Friday night in Hillsboro.

  • Indians ready to tame Blue Lions
      It may be homecoming for the Hillsboro Indians this week, but there will be no dancing in this classic South Central Ohio League matchup this Friday as the Washington Blue Lions visit Richards Memorial Field.
  • Indians ready to tame Blue Lions
      It may be homecoming for the Hillsboro Indians this week, but there will be no dancing in this classic South Central Ohio League matchup this Friday as the Washington Blue Lions visit Richards Memorial Field.
  • Tribe falls to Blue Lions

    WASHINGTON C.H. - The victory bell was ringing loudly, and for the first time, Tuesday night at Gardner Park, as one goal wasn¹t enough for the Hillsboro Indians to gain the road win, with the Washington Blue Lions scoring two late goals en route to their first win of the season, defeating the Tribe 3-1 for their first win of the season.

  • Lady Indians dominate Washington

    The Hillsboro Lady Indians had one test at hand before their showcase matchup Thursday for the top spot in the league, passing with flying colors as HHS dominated for 80 minutes in defeating the Washington Lady Blue Lions 9-1 Tuesday at Gardner Park in Washington C.H.

  • Massie runs through Hillsboro

    The Clinton-Massie Falcons didn’t have to fly to gain their fourth win of the season, as their ground game did most of the work in their 44-7 South Central Ohio League opener victory over the Hillsboro Indians Friday night at Richards Memorial Field.

  • Lady Indians fall in 5 sets
    Winning the first two sets wasn't enough for the Hillsboro Lady Indians to pull out a South Central Ohio League victory Tuesday night, as the Miami Trace Lady Panthers rallied to win three straight sets for the comeback win at Hillsboro High School.
  • Tribe tackles Gallia in 35-34 thriller at RMF
    RICHARDS MEMORIAL FIELD – There’s no place like home, thus far for the Hillsboro Indians. Coach Brian Spicer’s men are two for two in home games, following a thrilling, 35-34 win over the Gallia Academy Blue Devils on Sept. 4.
  • Lady Indians golfers outduel Madison Plains
    The Hillsboro Lady Indians  golf team defeated Madison Plains, Sept. 1 at Madison Plains golf course.
  • Hillsboro downs MHS
    The McClain Lady Tigers met the Hillsboro Lady Indians at the Hillsboro Elks course on Aug.25. The Lady Tigers struggled in their first SCOL match of the year. The Lady Indians defeated the Lady Tigers, 225 to 242. McClain coach Tracey Cokonougher said, “We struggled with chipping and putting.”
  • Indians 'Spice it up' in 41-32 win over Broncos
    RICHARDS MEMORIAL FIELD — If variety is the spice of life, the Hillsboro Indians gave the Western Brown Broncos more than enough seasoning in Friday night’s opener at Richards Field.
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