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Big play saves day for Warriors

1:32 PM Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2010

LEBANON — Brody Wolf improvised, Colton Conover capitalized and the Lebanon Warriors escaped with an improbable 28-24 win over visiting Vandalia Butler on Friday. The Aviators (3-5) had roared back from a 21-6 deficit, scoring 18 unanswered points in a three-minute span to take a 24-21 lead on Devontre Burks’ 11-yard run with...
‘Pick 6’ propels Lebanon past Miamisburg

4:28 AM Saturday, Oct. 09, 2010

LEBANON — Before every game, Lebanon High School football captain Brody Wolf writes “Pick 6” on senior defensive back Michael Edwards’ wrist tape. Friday night, Wolf’s words proved prophetic. Edwards intercepted a Cody Hamblin pass — tipped by sophomore safety Anthony Wene — and returned it 71...
Northmont needs OT to avoid shocking upset at Lebanon

3:21 AM Saturday, Sep. 25, 2010

LEBANON — Northmont needed extra time to escape Lebanon with a 41-38 win Friday night. But it was an extra inch gained by senior running back Paul Winkler that allowed the Thunderbolts to avoid suffering a shocking upset in this see-saw affair. Trailing 35-28 with less than a minute remaining in regulation, Winkler appeared to...
Carlisle stops Spartans on final play in 28-24 thriller

3:57 AM Saturday, Sep. 18, 2010

WAYNESVILLE — Carlisle came into Waynesville with the swagger of the No. 2 ranked Division IV team in Dayton. The Indians left with their undefeated record barely intact. Carlisle defensive back Tommy Thacker used all of his 5-foot-11 frame to deflect a jump-ball pass out of the hands of Waynesville’s Ryan Potter in the back...
Spartans give new coach his first varsity win

8:34 PM Friday, Sep. 03, 2010

LEES CREEK — New coach, new quarterback, same result for the Waynesville High football team. The Spartans won their fifth straight season opener against East Clinton on Friday, Aug. 27, beating the Astros, 31-16. Junior quarterback Luke Credit — in his first varsity start — rushed for 160 yards and threw for 128 to lead...
Lebanon routs West Carrollton to open GWOC South play

4:44 PM Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2010

LEBANON — The Lebanon High varsity girls soccer team did not give West Carrollton a friendly welcome to the Greater Western Ohio Conference. The three-time defending South Division champion Warriors pummelled the Pirates in their first GWOC game, 11-1 on Monday, Aug. 30. Seven different Warriors scored — led by four goals from...
High School football preview: Lebanon
 Lebanon High School’s football team lit up the scoreboard in 2009. The Warriors scored more than 33 points a game and produced more than 4,000 yards of total offense. Don’t expect those same numbers in 2010. Gone are three-year starting quarterback Dusty Isaacs, all-Ohio wide receiver Chase Cochran and four offensive linemen....

4:36 AM Sunday, Aug. 22, 2010

Lebanon High School’s football team lit up the scoreboard in 2009. The Warriors scored more than 33 points a game and produced more than 4,000 yards of total offense. Don’t expect those same numbers in 2010. Gone are three-year starting quarterback Dusty Isaacs, all-Ohio wide receiver Chase Cochran and four offensive linemen....
Miami U. graduate works on game on Nationwide Tour

5:42 AM Friday, Jul. 16, 2010

MAINEVILLE — Brad Adamonis’ professional golf career has taken him to 48 states in the United States. The Miami University graduate (class of 1996) hopes playing close to the place he called home for five years rejuvenates a sluggish season on the Nationwide Tour. Adamonis shot a 4-under-par 68 in the first round of the Chiquita...
Chiquita Classic brings future of PGA to TPC

5:40 PM Wednesday, Jul. 07, 2010

MAINEVILLE — The future of the PGA Tour will be on display next week at The TPC at River’s Bend. The Nationwide Tour, the developmental tour of the PGA, will hold the Chiquita Classic at River’s Bend from July 12-18. The event will feature a field of 156 golfers competing over 72 holes of stroke play for a purse of $550...
Lebanon baseball coach resigns

4:27 AM Thursday, Jun. 17, 2010

LEBANON — For 29 seasons, Lee Day has stood in the third base coaching box as the varsity baseball coach at Lebanon High School. Now, he’s headed for home. Day announced his resignation this week, leaving a job he started in 1982. He will remain at Lebanon High School as a guidance counselor and continue as the varsity boys golf...
Social media in sports: Athletic officials testing waters of technology
 LIBERTY TWP. — Lebanon High School wide receiver Chase Cochran has received thousands of messages on Facebook. The one that stands out was a scholarship offer from Ohio University in the spring of 2009. “Ohio U. hooked me up with their Facebook page when they first started recruiting me, and they decided they wanted to offer me...

6:31 PM Wednesday, Jun. 16, 2010

LIBERTY TWP. — Lebanon High School wide receiver Chase Cochran has received thousands of messages on Facebook. The one that stands out was a scholarship offer from Ohio University in the spring of 2009. “Ohio U. hooked me up with their Facebook page when they first started recruiting me, and they decided they wanted to offer me...
East edges Lebanon to set up showdown with West

4:00 AM Saturday, May. 29, 2010

DAYTON — Lakota East High School hitters Alyssa Grevenkamp and Chelsie Harrison both got what they were looking for. Consequently, so did the Thunderhawks softball team. Grevenkamp and Harrison strung together back-to-back doubles to lead off the bottom of the fourth inning in a Division I regional semifinal at the University of Dayton...
Back-to-back doubles enough to top Lebanon

3:23 AM Saturday, May. 29, 2010

DAYTON — Lakota East High School hitters Alyssa Grevenkamp and Chelsie Harrison both got what they were looking for. Consequently, so did the Thunderhawks softball team. Grevenkamp and Harrison strung together back-to-back doubles to lead off the bottom of the fourth inning in a Division I regional semifinal at the University of Dayton...
Greenville rallies to stun Kings

5:57 AM Thursday, May. 27, 2010

Never say die. That’s what Greenville High School softball coach Jerrod Newland kept telling his team as elimination loomed closer in its Division II regional semifinal against Kings. The Green Wave heeded Newland’s advice. Down to their final four outs, Greenville scored four unearned runs to steal a 5-3 victory in a game at...
Lebanon softball rolls to district

4:32 AM Wednesday, May. 19, 2010

CENTERVILLE — For the sixth straight season, Lebanon High School’s softball team will play for a district championship. The Warriors earned a berth in the Division I district finals with a 4-1 victory over Troy at Centerville on Tuesday, May 18. “We’re looking forward to playing for another district championship and...
Lebanon hurdler holds fastest time in the state
 LEBANON — For many top high school athletes, track and field is a secondary sport. It’s something they do to stay in shape during the spring as they get ready for the fall and winter seasons. That’s not the case for Lebanon junior Luke Norris, who shunned promising careers in football and basketball to concentrate on track...

3:49 AM Sunday, May. 16, 2010

LEBANON — For many top high school athletes, track and field is a secondary sport. It’s something they do to stay in shape during the spring as they get ready for the fall and winter seasons. That’s not the case for Lebanon junior Luke Norris, who shunned promising careers in football and basketball to concentrate on track...
Sophomore sparking Spartans softball

4:23 PM Wednesday, May. 05, 2010

WAYNESVILLE — Brooke Camery doesn’t look like a thief. The Waynesville High School sophomore smiles constantly and is not an intimidating presence at five feet tall. But don’t be fooled by her looks — she’s lethal on the basepaths. Camery entered this week with 21 stolen bases in 21 attempts, giving her 39 out...
White leads Springboro over Lebanon

4:34 AM Tuesday, May. 04, 2010

LEBANON — Scott White was hoping the weekend rain wouldn’t push back Monday’s scheduled Greater Western Ohio Conference baseball showdown between Springboro and Lebanon. “I was geared up for this,” White said. “I would have been mad if it got pushed back to Thursday because of the rain. I just had a feeling...
Lebanon edges Fairmont in opener

5:02 AM Thursday, Apr. 01, 2010

LEBANON — Two of the top pitching prospects in the Miami Valley squared off Wednesday, March 31, when Fairmont High School visited Lebanon for both squads’ 2010 season opener. The anticipated pitchers’ duel between Lebanon’s Dusty Isaacs and Fairmont’s Alex Lilley didn’t materialize. Lilley struck out 14...
Steiner ready for second trip to state

2:00 AM Thursday, Mar. 04, 2010

WAYNESVILLE — Cody Steiner is back where he wants to be. For the second straight year, the Waynesville High School sophomore qualified for the Division III Ohio State Wrestling Championships, which begin at the Jerome Schottenstein Center in Columbus today, March 4. Steiner enters the 103-pound bracket as a top seed, having won the...
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