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Tuesday | via Cincinnati.com
MaCio Teague, Caleb Tregre leading Walnut Hills to undefeated start MaCio Teague leading Walnut Hills to undefeated start Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1ADD36f Walnut Hills senior combo guard MaCio Teague averages 23.3 points and 6.8 rebounds as the Eagles are undefeated after the first full week. "Our team is playing with a lot of effort and tenacity right now, especially on the defensive end," Hill said. Comment?
Monday Dec 15 | via Cincinnati.com
Cincinnati-area 2016 and 2017 football players with early scholarship offers 2016 area football players with early scholarship offers Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1DBsQx2 As the NCAA contact period ends, The Recruiting Trail blog this morning takes a look at area football players in the 2016 and 2017 classes with early scholarship offers. These are the offers that have been reported by Cincinnati.com. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 9 | via Cincinnati.com
Princeton WR Ball has in-home visit scheduled with Ohio U Princeton WR Elijah Ball has in-home visit scheduled with Ohio University Wednesday Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1Ac80ht Princeton senior WR Elijah Ball has an in-home visit scheduled with Ohio University on Wednesday, he told Cincinnati.com. Ball, who is 6 feet 1 and 185 pounds, said he has offers from UC, UConn, Western Michigan, Akron, Kent State, Bowling Green, Ohio University, Temple and Eastern Michigan. Comment?
Sunday Dec 7 | via Cincinnati.com
La Salle football team ranked No. 4 nationally by MaxPreps Computer Rankings La Salle football team ranked No. Comment?
Saturday Dec 6 | via 700WLW Cincinnati
UC football Final: UC 38 Houston 31 Bearcats win share of American Athletic Conference, claim 5th conference championship in last seven seasons. The Bearcats stand 9-3, not bad for a team that started 2-3. Comment?
Saturday Dec 6 | via Daily-Jeff.com
Brett Kean threw for two second-half touchdowns to lead Lakewood St. Edward to a 31-21 win against Huber Heights Wayne in the Division I state championship game in Ohio Stadium. Kean's second TD went to Michael O'Malley from 5 yards with 5:44 left in the game for the final margin and capped a nine-play, 46-yard drive after Wayne pulled to within 24-21 when Robert Landers scored from 13 yards after recovering a St. Edward's fumble. Comment?
Saturday Dec 6 | via Cincinnati.com
Debate continues on La Salle's final ranking in Ohio this season Debate continues on La Salle's final ranking in Ohio this season Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1CRzVZS La Salle coaches and players would never mention it publicly to the media, but if they wanted the Division II state champion Lancers certainly could argue their place among the elite teams in Ohio regardless of division this season. The national rankings will be as they may in the coming weeks and the media has fun with with the debate, but La Salle's dominant run through the postseason has some wondering how they would fare against the Division I state final teams - Lakewood St. Edward or Huber Heights Wayne. Comment?
Saturday Dec 6 | via TheCourier.com
First-team Associated Press All-Ohioan Jeremy Larkin rushed for 104 yards and two early touchdowns and La Salle's defense provided two scores in a 55-20 victory over Macedonia Nordonia on Friday night in a rainy Division II state championship game. Comment?
Friday Dec 5 | via Cleveland.com
It was not the night to be a Knight, as Nordonia football fell to Cincinnati La Salle, 55-20, in the Division II state final. Nordonia trailed for the entire game as it could never seem to get its offense or defense in gear against the Lancers on Friday at Ohio Stadium on the campus of Ohio State University. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via Business Journal
"The guy who gives of himself, who gives of his time, I think that's what it's all about," Joe Hayden said of why he was so devoted to the Midland Redskins baseball program. Comment?
Saturday Nov 29 | via Examiner.com
That could be the phrase being thrown around by fans leaving Solon's Stewart Field last night after watching the Division II state semi-final game between Nordonia and Mayfield, A Week 1 36-35 Nordonia win set the stage for the rematch, in a game that was highly anticipated by fans of high school football in the Cleveland area. Both teams survived brutal regional games, and made it through to face off for a trip to the state final next Friday in Columbus . Comment?
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