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October 24, 2016


  • Wave entertain state ranked Tipp

    by - Sep 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The No. 3 team in the Miami Valley and the state’s No. 14 ranked boy soccer team paid a visit to Harmon Field Tuesday night and got all they wanted from an improved Green...
  • Div. III golfers qualify for district play

    by - Sep 28, 2016
    DARKE COUNTY – The boys Division III Sectional Golf Tournament was played Sept. 27 at Turtle Creek Golf Course. Three Cross County Conference teams qualified to move onto district play as well as several individual golfers....
  • Lady Jets Soccer ties seventh ranked Anna

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    ANNA – Franklin Monroe Lady Jets Soccer traveled to Anna on Tuesday to take on the undefeated Lady Rockets. The Jets’ defense was able to keep Anna off the scoreboard to finish with a 0-0 tie. It...
  • Wave Cross Country competes at Widewater Invitational

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    LIBERTY CENTER – The Greenville Cross Country team traveled to Liberty Center to compete in the Widewater Invitational. Many of the Green Wave runners had personal best times in the Saturday event. “Three-fourths of our team...
  • Darke County runners finish well at Tour de Sewer

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    VERSAILLES – Darke County runners finished well at the Tour de Sewer cross country meet Saturday morning in Versailles. Bradford’s Karmen Knepp took first place in the high school girls race with a time of 19:15.8...
  • Lady Hawks battle Minster

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    UNION CITY – The Mississinawa Valley Lady Blackhawks played well in a 3-0 loss to a veteran Minster Wildcats volleyball team. “There is nothing to hang our heads about,” said MV Coach Billie Hunt. “I am...
  • GJHS volleyball hosts Sidney

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Jr High School volleyball teams hosted Sidney Monday afternoon in the GWOC North match. The 7th grade Lady Wave dominated their match, winning their first two sets (25-10, 25-17). The 8th grade ladies...
  • Wave JV fall to Piqua

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Wave junior varsity boys soccer team entertained the Piqua Indians in a Saturday soccer match at Harmon Field losing 4-0. The visitors found the back of the net four times in a span...
  • Rams topple Wave

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Wave will be back at home this Friday after losing to the perineal powerhouse Trotwood-Madison Rams. “With a team like Trotwood, big and physical and fast,” said Greenville coach Aaron Shaffer, “you can’t...
  • Trojans get big first win over TVS Panthers

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    ARCANUM – After another rocky start to the season, the 0-4 Arcanum Trojans went in to Friday night’s Cross County Conference game with the visiting Panthers of Twin Valley South desperately needing to turn things around....
  • Jets Soccer gets 5-3 win over undefeated Miami East

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    PITSBURG – Franklin Monroe Jets Soccer may have gotten the 5-3 win over conference rival Miami East, Coach Danny Diceanu wasn’t thrilled with his team’s performance. The Jets came into the game with a 5-1 record...
  • Ansonia offense explodes in 30-0 victory

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    ANSONIA – The Ansonia football program got its first win of the season in convincing fashion Friday night over visiting National Trail. In addition to the Tiger offense moving the ball in dominating fashion, defensively…Ayden and Cody...
  • Versailles goes down to Marion Local 28-7

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    MARIA STEIN – The Versailles Tigers kept the game close late in the game, trailing Marion Local 14-7 in the third quarter Friday night. Versailles were unable to stop the Flyer ground game, that added two more touchdowns to take...
  • Lady Jets Soccer & Lady Vikings play to draw

    by - Sep 23, 2016
    PITSBURG – When you take on a conference opponent you can usually throw away the records and poll numbers and count on a battle. When Franklin Monroe’s Lady Jets Soccer team took the field on Thursday...
  • Lady Hawks squeak by Tri-Village

    by - Sep 23, 2016
    NEW MADISON – Tri-Village and Mississinawa Valley went down to the wire requiring a game three overtime and OT to decide the winner of the fifth and final volleyball game. When the dust had settled, the...
  • Registration open for upcoming Upward Sports season

    by - Sep 22, 2016
    DARKE COUNTY – Another year of Darke County Upward Sports will soon be underway. Registration is currently being accepted for children participating in Upward basketball or cheerleading. The 12-week program is for boys and girls in...
  • UC girls basketball to play at historic Hoosier Gym

    by - Sep 22, 2016
    UNION CITY, Ind. – The Union City girls varsity basketball team is scheduled to play a special regular season game at the historic Hoosier Gym on Saturday, Dec. 17 against Campbell County High School from Jacksboro, Tenn. In 1985,...
  • Wave seventh-graders down Troy

    by - Sep 22, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville 7th grade football team added a win to their season record by defeating the visiting Troy Trojans 20-12. “Great game…exciting,” said Greenville seventh grade coach Josh Gilmore. “I thought the fans were...
  • Arcanum “Champions Night” this Friday

    by - Sep 21, 2016
    ARCANUM – Arcanum will present its annual “Champions Night” this Friday, September 23 at approximately 7:00 p.m. prior to kick-off when the Trojans varsity football team faces the Twin Valley South Panthers in a Cross County...
  • Ansonia 11-1 with win over Lady Hawks

    by - Sep 21, 2016
    UNION CITY – The Ansonia Lady Tigers varsity volleyball team improved to 11-1 on the season defeating the Mississinawa Valley Lady Blackhawks 3-0 in a Cross County Conference (CCC) match. “The girls did a nice job,”...

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Overnight gunshot victim airlifted to hospital
No serious injuries reported in Sunday crash
Patriots fall to Hillcrest by 12
Missed extra points doom Tigers in 15-12 loss
Trojans 49-12 over Mississinawa Valley
Fitzwater fair auction raises thousands for local Veterans
Casalano recognized for leadership, success with YMCA
First vascular screening benefit raises nearly $6,000
Lady Trojans fall 3-1 in tournament play
8th grade Wave shutout Sidney in season finale