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  • South Central Ohio League football scores

    Take a look at all the action from Friday, Sept. 25.
  • 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.

  • Tiger golf wins SCOL crown
    The McClain Tiger boys golf team completed a journey started in mid-August and now have been crowned South Central Ohio League champions.
  • Another sport to my list
      It has taken 25 years but I have become a fan of soccer.
      Not a fan of professional soccer, but after a few years of just trying to
    understand the game, I respect and enjoy watching high school soccer in
    Highland County.
  • Bearcats face defending SVC champ Westfall
    Paint Valley has a tall task at hand Friday night on their home turf when the Westfall Mustangs bring their 34-game Scioto Valley Conference winning streak to Bainbridge.
  • Bearcats face defending SVC champ Westfall
    Paint Valley has a tall task at hand Friday night on their home turf when the Westfall Mustangs bring their 34-game Scioto Valley Conference winning streak to Bainbridge.
  • Tigers prepare to ground Golden Eagles
    The McClain Tigers take it to the road once again, as they are set to play in their fourth straight road contest, this time facing South Central Ohio League foe Madison-Plains.
  • Tigers prepare to ground Golden Eagles
    The McClain Tigers take it to the road once again, as they are set to play in their fourth straight road contest, this time facing South Central Ohio League foe Madison-Plains.
  • 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.
  • Mustangs rally to take down Broncos

    In a non-league matchup at Lynchburg-Clay High School it was the Mustangs who defended their home turf, scoring three times to outlast the Western Brown Broncos 3-2.

  • Tigers take first place in SCOL

    CHILLICOTHE - The McClain Tigers have sole possession of first place in the South Central Ohio League. 

  • 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.

  • 2009 Scioto Valley Conference Football Standings
    Take a look at the 2009 Scioto Valley Conference Football Standings.
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