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  • Patriots drop game to Sinclair

    Even with five players scoring in double figures the Southern State men’s basketball team dropped a game earlier this week as they were defeated by Sinclair 112-96 at the Patriot Center in Hillsboro.
  • Lions top Greyhounds for SHL win
    Fairfield juniors Chris Cox and Cameron Rolark each gained over 20 points Wednesday night, helping the Lions gain their fifth victory of the season as they defeated the Manchester Greyhounds 64-58 in Southern Hills League play.
  • Tigers gain SCOL win over Panthers
    The McClain Tigers chased the Miami Trace Panthers back to Fayette County Tuesday evening, as they easily defended their home court with a 63-43 South Central Ohio League win at McClain High School.
  • Tigers gain SCOL win over Panthers
    The McClain Tigers chased the Miami Trace Panthers back to Fayette County Tuesday evening, as they easily defended their home court with a 63-43 South Central Ohio League win at McClain High School.
  • Charity stripe connections advance Tribe past Warriors
    Clutch free throws from Hillsboro junior Aric Carroll propelled the Indians to victory Tuesday evening, as the junior guard made 8 of 10 free throw attempts in the final 3:31 of the fourth quarter, with the Indians defeating the Eastern Brown Warriors 66-64 at Hillsboro High School.
  • Charity stripe connections advance Tribe past Warriors
    Clutch free throws from Hillsboro junior Aric Carroll propelled the Indians to victory Tuesday evening, as the junior guard made 8 of 10 free throw attempts in the final 3:31 of the fourth quarter, with the Indians defeating the Eastern Brown Warriors 66-64 at Hillsboro High School.
  • Second half surge leads to Lady Lion victory
    The Fairfield Lady Lions put the game out of reach Monday night with a 25 point fourth quarter, added along with a 21 point game from Fairfield senior Gabby Boone to give the Lady Lions a 54-31 non-league victory over Southeastern at Grandle Gymnasium.
  • Lady Tigers prevail in double OT; defeat Lady Warriors
    It took two overtimes, but the McClain Lady Tigers prevailed in a back-and-forth battle for the ages Monday night, with the Lady Tigers taking the lead in the final overtime with a three-point play from senior Megan Saylor as they defeated the Eastern Brown Lady Warriors 58-54 at EBHS.
  • Lady Mustangs return from break with win
    After a long holiday break the Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs stepped back onto the court Monday night and continued their season with a solid defensive display, gaining another victory as they defeated the Bethel-Tate Lady Tigers 46-37 at Lynchburg-Clay High School.
  • Lady Mustangs return from break with win
    After a long holiday break the Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs stepped back onto the court Monday night and continued their season with a solid defensive display, gaining another victory as they defeated the Bethel-Tate Lady Tigers 46-37 at Lynchburg-Clay High School.
  • Ohio deer hunters prepare for statewide muzzleloader season, Jan. 9-12
    Ohio's popular muzzleloader deer season is set to open statewide January 9-12 according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife. Last year, hunters checked 20,659 white-tailed deer during the statewide hunt.
  • Week 5 Winner of the Highland County Tipoff
    Congratulations to cheapseats (Chet Gregory) for being this week's Highland County Tipoff winner.
  • Late free throws lead Tribe past Wildcats
    In the third and final of three games at the Patriot Center Saturday night, the Hillsboro Indians flexed their muscles in the first half, and held off a strong attack by the Whiteoak Wildcats in the second half, en route to a 55-52 non-league victory.
  • Late free throws lead Tribe past Wildcats
    In the third and final of three games at the Patriot Center Saturday night, the Hillsboro Indians flexed their muscles in the first half, and held off a strong attack by the Whiteoak Wildcats in the second half, en route to a 55-52 non-league victory.
  • DeHaas, Mustangs gallop past Tigers in OT
    Lynchburg-Clay senior Jorden DeHaas put the game in his hands, and with two consecutive baskets, along with McClain's missed free throws down the stretch, the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs started off the New Year with a 54-53 overtime celebration against the Tigers.
  • DeHaas, Mustangs gallop past Tigers in OT
    Lynchburg-Clay senior Jorden DeHaas put the game in his hands, and with two consecutive baskets, along with McClain's missed free throws down the stretch, the Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs started off the New Year with a 54-53 overtime celebration against the Tigers.
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