Cincinnati Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Cincinnati, OH

  • Monday Oct 20 | via WXIX-TV Cincinnati 

    No trick: Across US, Halloween bumped for football

    The season opener for the Mount St. Joseph's women's basketball team doesn't typically garner so much attention, but this year is different. The game was moved up so that Lauren Hill, 19, could play in her first and final college game after being diagnosed with an incurable brain tumor.

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  • Saturday Oct 18 | via WCPO-TV9 Cincinnati 

    Elder and Winton Woods were never separated by more ...

    Frost Advisory issued October 18 at 3:48AM EDT expiring October 19 at 10:00AM EDT in effect for: Auglaize, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Darke, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hamilton, Hardin, Highland, Licking, Logan, Madison, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Pickaway, Preble, Shelby, Union, Warren Frost Advisory issued October 18 at 3:48AM EDT expiring October 19 at 10:00AM EDT in effect for: Dearborn, Fayette, Franklin, Ripley, Union, Wayne Senior Louis Fallace caught a nine-yard touchdown pass from junior Peyton Ramsey with 4:54 left to lift the Panthers to a 28-21 win over the Warriors on Friday.

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  • Thursday Oct 16 | via Cleveland.com 

    St. Ignatius football preps for defending state cham...

    When St. Ignatius ' football team steps on Dublin Coffman's field to play Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller on Saturday, it will be the first time the teams have faced off in 19 years. The last meeting was on Oct. 28, 1995.

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  • Tuesday Oct 14 | via The Times Bulletin 

    More accolades for Lady Lancers

    After being named to the second-team all-Western Ohio Soccer league on Monday, Julia Thatcher, Claire Clay and Hannah McCleery were all named first team all-Northwest Conference when the league release its list of honorees on Tuesday. Allen East won the NWC title this year with a 5-0 rcord within the league and a 12-2-2 mark overall.

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  • Monday Oct 13 | via Examiner.com 

    St. Xavier tops La Salle as time expires in football...

    Just last week, I called Cincinnati La Salle the best team in the state of Ohio in high school football after their 34-9 destruction of two time defending state champions Cincinnati Moeller. La Salle showed that they may have the best set of skilled position players in the state, and would be a handful for any team to go up against.

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  • Sunday Oct 12 | via Herald Star Online 

    Mohigans dethrone Redskins

    The Indian Creek volleyball team led Morgantown 2-1, but the Mohigans came back to win the final two games en route to a 25-19, 23-25, 12-25, 25-19, 15-12, victory over the Redskins in the OVAC Class 5A Final Saturday inside the Crimson Center at Steubenville High School.

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  • Friday Oct 10 | via Xenia Daily Gazette 

    Big Bacon plays grill Carroll

    Roger Bacon's Jordan Williams takes a hit from Carroll defensive back Daniel Sommers and is knocked out of bounds, during Friday's Greater Catholic League game at Patriot Stadium in Riverside. Williams caught five touchdown passes, and the Spartans won, 36-21.

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  • Friday Oct 10 | via 700WLW Cincinnati 

    Best Bets: Cincinnati - Week 7

    The GCL South highlights the schedule again this week. Say what you will, this is knock-down drag-out football and on any given Friday night anyone can beat anyone in arguably the nation's premier conference.

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Cincinnati High Schools

Academy For Multilingual Immersion Studies (1908 Seymour Avenue)
Academy Of World Languages Elementary School (2240 Baltimore Avenue)
Aiken Traditional High School (5641 Belmont Avenue)
Aiken University High School (5641 Belmont Avenue)
Anderson High School (7560 Forest Road)