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  • Joe Michael scores 26 to lead Whiteoak past North Adams, 68-61

    Joe Michael scored 26 points including 10 of 18 from the foul line Friday night to pace the Whiteoak Wildcats to 68-61 season-opening victory over the North Adams Green Devils. The game was the nightcap of three games between the two Southern Hills League schools, played at Southern State Community College's Patriot Center.
  • Tribe opens season with loss to Piketon
    Unable to slow down the Piketon Redstreaks for the entire contest, the Hillsboro Indians boys basketball team dropped their season opener 68-50 in the Zane Trace Tipoff Classic Friday at ZTHS.
  • Gene Reed takes reins at HHS football
    Coach Bill Atsalis departed following the 1965 football season.  He was employed as head football coach at Reading High School, near Cincinnati. After some searching and interviewing candidates, and after two candidates had been offered contracts and declined, Hillsboro High School named Gene Reed head football coach. Reed, 26, was assistant coach at Lancaster High School. He was a native of Wellston, where he graduated from high school. He attended two years at Wisconsin State College and completed his degree at Ohio University. In three and a half years, he had coached at Wellston, Coshocton and Lancaster.
  • Lady Lions fall to Manchester
    Allowing the Manchester Lady Greyhounds to gain double figures in all four quarters, mixed with 26 turnovers, the Fairfield Lady Lions were forced into their second loss of the season falling 56-45 Thursday night.
  • Lady Mustangs rebound; slay Dragons
    The Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs rebounded after a tough loss earlier this week with a huge offensive output in the first half Thursday night, defeating the West Union Lady Dragons 67-31 in both team's Southern Hills League opener.
  • Foul trouble, turnovers cost Lady 'Cats
    Turnovers, foul trouble and a big second quarter by the North Adams Lady Green Devils was enough to stop the Whiteoak Lady ‘Cats Thursday night, with NAHS defeating WHS 71-52 at Whiteoak High School.
  • Foul trouble, turnovers cost Lady 'Cats
    Turnovers, foul trouble and a big second quarter by the North Adams Lady Green Devils was enough to stop the Whiteoak Lady ‘Cats Thursday night, with NAHS defeating WHS 71-52 at Whiteoak High School.
  • Don't forget the bench players
       Whenever I get the opportunity to watch high school sports, I can't help but think about the days when I played sports teams in high school. I miss the days of playing football and baseball even though I maybe didn't play all the time. I wasn't a starter, as I rode the pine my high school sporting life.
  • Patriots struck down by Chargers
    With each team gaining valuable scoring runs throughout both halves, it was the Edison Chargers who made the final scoring run to seal the victory, as they bolted their way past the Southern State Patriots 108-98 Wednesday evening at the Patriot Center.
  • Patriots struck down by Chargers
    With each team gaining valuable scoring runs throughout both halves, it was the Edison Chargers who made the final scoring run to seal the victory, as they bolted their way past the Southern State Patriots 108-98 Wednesday evening at the Patriot Center.
  • Blue Lions top Lady Mustangs
    The Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs had trouble in all aspects of their game Tuesday evening at Washington Senior High School, as they were defeated in the non-league contest 45-17 by the Washington Lady Blue Lions, in the first game at the new WSHS basketball gym.
  • SCOL Standings: Girls Basketball
    South Central Ohio League Girls Basketball Standings
  • Tuesday Girls Basketball Scores
    Tuesday, Dec. 1 girls basketball scores
  • McClain defeats county rival Hillsboro
    The McClain Lady Tigers keep on rolling in the early part of the season with pressure defense and the ability to go deep into their bench, as they defeated cross-county rival Hillsboro 63-19 Tuesday night at McClain High School.
  • McClain defeats county rival Hillsboro
    The McClain Lady Tigers keep on rolling in the early part of the season with pressure defense and the ability to go deep into their bench, as they defeated cross-county rival Hillsboro 63-19 Tuesday night at McClain High School.
  • Highland County Press Tipoff Contest
    The Highland County Press, along with sponsor Star Cinemas in Hillsboro, is proud to bring you a new Highland County high school basketball contest, named The Highland County Tipoff.
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