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  • Tigers top Clinton-Massie

    The McClain Tigers batted down South Central Ohio League rival Clinton-Massie Friday night, as they took the road league win by a score of 47-41.
  • Lions crash Mustangs' homecoming
    On a night where a king and queen was crowned, the Fairfield Lions played the role of spoiler, as they crashed the homecoming festivities of the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs, defeating the host team 57-42 Friday night for the Southern Hills League win.
  • Lady Indians fall to Golden Eagles
    The Hillsboro Lady Indians dropped their South Central Ohio League matchup with the Madison-Plains Lady Golden Eagles 50-38, Thursday night at Hillsboro High School.
  • Lady Lions stop losing skid, defeat Peebles
    The slump by the Fairfield Lady Lions was short lived as they got back to their winning ways, breaking their four-game losing skid Thursday night by defeating Southern Hills League counterpart Peebles 64-38.
  • Hurricane tops on SCOL gridiron in '69
    Preseason football practice for the 1969-70 football season was drawing to a close. Paul Orr was back at McClain, and Dale Ambos was going into his second year heading up the Hillsboro program. Ambos, who played four years of football at Capital University, had been assistant football coach at Circleville for two years and was also an assistant at Lima Perry for a year. He had most recently been head football coach at Class A Roseville, near New Lexington, for the past two years. He was married and had two sons. He came to Hillsboro for the 1968 season, and his team won only one game.
  • Lady Tigers gain SCOL win over Lady Falcons
    The McClain Lady Tigers gained their seventh South Central Ohio League victory Thursday night as they soundly defeated the Clinton-Massie Lady Falcons 49-26 at CMHS.
  • Lady Mustangs control rival Whiteoak
    After a slow-paced opening quarter, the Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs produced a strong remaining three quarters, en route to a 58-18 Southern Hills League win over Highland County rival Whiteoak Thursday night.
  • Lady Mustangs control rival Whiteoak
    After a slow-paced opening quarter, the Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs produced a strong remaining three quarters, en route to a 58-18 Southern Hills League win over Highland County rival Whiteoak Thursday night.
  • Indians force turnovers; top Mustangs
    The Hillsboro Indians put on a defensive showcase in the second quarter Tuesday night, and fended off a second half rally by the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs to take a 66-60 non-league win over their Highland County rival at Lynchburg-Clay High School.
  • Indians force turnovers; top Mustangs
    The Hillsboro Indians put on a defensive showcase in the second quarter Tuesday night, and fended off a second half rally by the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs to take a 66-60 non-league win over their Highland County rival at Lynchburg-Clay High School.
  • Mustangs fall to Greyhounds
    The Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs dropped a game to Southern Hills League foe Manchester 59-48 Friday night at MHS.
  • FHS-LC start time changed
    The Fairfield Lions and Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs boys basketball Friday night triple header will start at 4:30 p.m.
  • Tigers fall in SCOL showdown with Blue Lions
    In what was a physical game for both teams, the Washington offensive attack was just too much for the McClain Tigers Saturday night as they dropped their third South Central Ohio League contest of the season, falling to the rival Blue Lions 59-52 at the new Washington Senior High School gym.
  • Week 7 winner of the Highland County Tipoff
    Congratulations to cheapseats (Chet Gregory) for being this week's Highland County Tipoff winner.
  • Lady Tigers top county rival Lynchburg-Clay
    ef" Class="mceEditor">The McClain Lady Tigers won their second game in less than a 24-hour span Saturday afternoon as they used pressure defense, along with clutch shooting en route to defeating Highland County rival Lynchburg-Clay 48-32 at McClain High School.
  • Lady Tigers top county rival Lynchburg-Clay
    ef" Class="mceEditor">The McClain Lady Tigers won their second game in less than a 24-hour span Saturday afternoon as they used pressure defense, along with clutch shooting en route to defeating Highland County rival Lynchburg-Clay 48-32 at McClain High School.
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