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AREA GIRLS SOCCER FINALS

September 30, 2014 • Carlisle High School

Carlisle 7, National Trail 0 Spg. Shawnee 1, Stebbins 0 Fairmont 1, Vandalia 0 Chaminade Julienne 2, Northmont 0 Indian Hill 2, Alter 2 Tippecanoe 8, Bellefontaine 0 Northwestern 4, Graham 1 Lakota East 4, Fairmont 2 Alter 2, Bellbro   More »

OHIO HS FOOTBALL POLLS

September 30, 2014 • Bethel High School

DIVISION I 1, Moeller (24) 5-0 258 2, Mentor (1) 5-0 199 3, Hudson 5-0 194 4, Dublin Coffman (1) 5-0 157 5, Centerville 5-0 131 6, Pickerington Central 5-0 103 7, Wayne 5-0 99 8, Elder 4-1 82 9, Solon 5-0 60 10, St. E   More »

BLAZERS WIN INVITE

September 30, 2014 • National Trail High School

National Trail swept the top spots in the boys and girls races of the Blazer Invitational, with Cole Dudley wining the boys race in 18:00 and Ruth Wellman winning the girls race in 21:38.6. National Trail won both team titles.    More »

RADIOTROY.COM ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

September 29, 2014 • Richmond High School

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BLAZERS BEAT ANSONIA

September 27, 2014 • National Trail High School

PAL-ITEM.COM ANSONIA, Ohio – Garrett Griffin threw for 353 yards, six touchdowns and added a rushing score as National Trail earned its first Cross County Conference win of the season, 60-36 at Ansonia.    More »

FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL FINALS

September 27, 2014 • Bethel High School

Ada 42, Bluffton 41 Akron Buchtel 33, Akron Firestone 0 Akron Coventry 43, Norton 21 Akron Ellet 35, Barberton 34 Akron Manchester 35, Zoarville Tuscarawas Valley 0 Akron SVSM 33, Akron Hoban 27, 3OT Albany Alexander 31, Wellston 20 Alliance   More »

AREA VOLLEYBALL FINALS

September 26, 2014 • Valley View High School

Valley View d. Oakwood, 22-25 21-25 25-21 25-21 15-8. Twin Valley South d. Bethel, 25-14 25-17 25-12. Alter d. McNicholas, 26-24 25-20 18-25 25-22. Southeastern d. Greeneview, 25-14 25-14 25-13. Miami East d. National Trail, 25-8 25-12 25-12. Kenton Ridge d   More »

OHIO VOLLEYBALL POLLS

September 25, 2014 • Madison Junior Senior High Sch

Division 1          More »

OHIO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

September 25, 2014 • Bethel High School

Thursday, September 25 COLLINWOOD @ GLENVILLE ACADEMIC CAMPUS 09/25/2014 3:00 PM HILLCREST ACADEMY @ Landmark Eagles (Club Team) (Non-Member) 09/25/2014 7:00 PM NEWARK CATHOLIC @ WATKINS MEMORIAL 09/25/2014 7:00 PM    More »

BLAZERS DOWN PATRIOTS

September 23, 2014 • Union County High School

PAL-ITEM.COM National Trail outlasted Union County 5-4 Tuesday. Ann Marie Persinger scored three goals for Union County, while    More »

ASSOCIATED PRESS STATE FOOTBALL RANKINGS

September 23, 2014 • Greenville High School

DIVISION I 1, Moeller (20) 4-0 253 2, Mentor (2) 4-0 210 3, Hudson (2) 4-0 172 4, Centerville 4-0 140 5, Dublin Coffman (1) 4-0 112 5, Pickerington Central 4-0 112 7, Wayne 4-0 92 8, St. Edward (1) 3-1 89 9, Elder 3-1 75    More »

AREA BOYS SOCCER FINALS

September 23, 2014 • Bethel High School

Alter 4, Badin 0 Preble Shawnee 5, National Trail 0 Miami Valley 2, Bethel 1 Celina 4, New Knoxville 0 Dunbar 2, Emmanuel Christian 0 Kenton Ridge 3, Bellefontaine 0 Salem 1, Graham 0 Lehman Catholic 1, Yellow Springs 1    More »

BLAZERS FALL

September 23, 2014 • National Trail High School

PAL-ITEM.COM NEW PARIS, Ohio – National Trail fell 25-21, 25-20, 25-23 Monday against Dayton Christian. Alexus Acton had four kills and four aces for Trail (3-12), while Shania Jordan had    More »

ARROWS BEAT NATIONAL TRAIL

September 23, 2014 • Preble Shawnee High School

PAL-ITEM.COM CAMDEN, Ohio – Zach Nicely, Luke Peck, Skyler Dougherty, Tyler Blankenship and Layne Brown all scored as Preble Shawnee defeated National Trail 5-0 Monday. Andrew Willett had 11 saves in goal for National Trail.    More »

Blazers snare much-needed win

September 21, 2014 • National Trail High School

NEW PARIS, Ohio – While Middletown Christian made highlight-type plays, National Trail dropped about five potential touchdown passes in the first half. A pair of quarterback sacks and an interception by Ben Sullivan swayed momentum the Blazer   More »

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