The McClain Lady Tigers turned in one of their finest over-all performances of the season Wednesday night when they handed S.C.O.L. foe Washington a 54-29 defeat.
After losing big to the Hillsboro girls earlier this season, the Miami Trace Lady Panthers had a different look for the Lady Indians on Wednesday night. The Lady Indians stumbled a bit early in the game and scoring was at a premium for both teams, but...
Once again, the Associated Press has released its top ten boys basketball teams in the state of Ohio in each of the divisions. Three area teams made the list, with two teams voted second place in each of their respective divisions.
The Clinton Massie Falcons lost to McClain 49-41 last Tuesday on their home floor but got some sweet revenge Tuesday night with a 60-48 victory over the Tigers in Greenfield.
It was a dramatic finish at Fairfield High School on Tuesday night as the boys basketball team hosted the Adena Warriors for a non-league competition.
It was a tightly contested basketball game on Monday night as the Whiteoak girls basketball team hosted the Fairfield girls in a cross county, Southern Hills Athletic Conference match up.
Alex VanZant poured in 25 points and Zach Young added 23, including five threes, to turn away East Clinton 63-55 in a South Central Ohio League showdown Friday.
The McClain Lady Tigers entered Saturday's contest with Chillicothe with a one game lead in the S.C.O.L. and a victory over the Lady Cavaliers would have all but sealed a probable out-right league title.
It was homecoming night for Lynchburg-Clay as they hosted the Wildcats of Whiteoak High School Friday night. The Mustangs sent their fans home happy as the beat Whiteoak 79-48.
East Clinton had their senior night on Thursday hosting, the defending SCOL champions, Miami Trace and McClain in another edition of the SCOL tri matches.
It started well for McClain Friday night when they jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead on league-leading Wilmington but after four quarters were in the books the Hurricanes won going away 91-26.
Junior high basketball players at Whiteoak Jr./Sr. High School are experiencing what one of them called the opportunity of a lifetime.
The Hillsboro bowling teams participated in the Washing Court House tournament last Saturday morning. Each team was very successful with the girls taking first place with a score of 2782. They were first of 16 teams in the tournament.
It was a cross-county match up Thursday night as the two Southern Hills Athletic Conference girls basketball teams, Lynchburg-Clay and Fairfield, went head-to-head on the Lady Mustangs home court. After four quarters of closely contested and physical...
McClain now stands alone atop the South Central Ohio League with its 57-47 victory at Wilmington and Chillicothe's loss to Washington Court House Wednesday.
The Lynchburg-CLay Mustangs had a rough go of it Tuesday night as they hit the road and went up against Southern Hills Athletic Conference favorite Peebles. The Mustangs were outscored in every quarter in-route to a 102-62 defeat at the hands of Beau...
The McClain Tigers, coming off a loss to Miami Trace, were back in action Tuesday night as they traveled to Clinton Massie.
It was a Highland County match up Tuesday night at the Southern State Community College Patriot Center, as the Fairfield Lions (5-9) hosted the Whiteoak Wildcats (0-13). The Lions started the game on top and never looked back to win the Southern Hills...
The Miami Trace Panthers applied an aggressive full-court man to man press to take control of what was a close game between them and the McClain Tigers Saturday night.
The Hillsboro Indians pulled out an exciting and hard-fought 56-53 overtime victory over McClain in Greenfield Friday night.
The McClain Tigers had a rough night in Clinton County. Two of the three Clinton County teams in the South Central Ohio League joined MHS for another edition of the SCOL tri matches. The setting was at Wilmington High School, with Clinton-Massie being...
Whiteoak boys basketball hosted Southern Hills Athletic Conference opponent West Union on Friday night and couldn't get their offense going and dropped the game with a final of 80-50.
It was a controversial end to the game Thursday night as the Lynchburg-CLay Lady Mustangs hosted Southern Hills Athletic Conference rival the Eastern Brown Lady Warriors. The game ended with the Lady Mustangs on the losing end of a 40-39 final...
After a low scoring and somewhat sloppy first half when McClain led 19-12 at the half the Lady Tigers turned up the intensity in the second half and out-scored the Lady Panthers 34-16 and cruised to the 53-28 victory.
The Lynchburg-Clay Mustangs traveled to North Adams on Tuesday night and picked up a Southern Hills Athletic Conference victory by a score of 66-61 over the host North Adams Green Devils.