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VB: Team records from Weeks 1-3

Sep 11, 2012 • by E. Shawn Aylsworth • Ohio Preps Authority
Leaders: D1 Wadsworth 9-1, Northmont 9-4, St. Ursula Academy 8-0, Little Miami 8-1, Riverside 8-2, Hamilton 8-4; D2 Waverly, Western Brown, Carrollton, Norwalk, Wyoming (all 9-1), Shawnee 8-1, Triway 8-2; D3 Dalton 10-0, Tuscarawas Valley 9-0, Shenandoah 8-0 Anna 8-3; D4 Eastern Beaver 9-0 More

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Little Miami Student, Brayden Thornbury was taken off life support - Funeral ...

Sep 14, 2014 • Loveland Magazine
Morrow, Ohio - Little Miami Student, Brayden Thornbury was taken off life support Saturday. He had been critically injured ... Little Miami High School will be closed Wednesday so that everyone who wants to attend the funeral can do so. The rest of the ... More

Little Miami football star Brayden Thornbury declared brain dead, game canceled

Sep 12, 2014 • WCPO
MORROW, Ohio – A 17-year-old Little Miami High School football star injured in a single-car wreck last weekend was pronounced brain dead Friday. School officials said Brayden Thornbury is still on a ventilator, and because he's an organ donor, his ... More

Little Miami Schools says injured student is brain dead

Sep 12, 2014 • WLWT Cincinnati
Friday night's football game against Indian Hill and all weekend activities have been canceled, the district said. Thornbury was a senior and captain on the team. He crashed his car into a tree on Pike Street in Morrow last Saturday. "Plans will be ... More

Brayden Thornbury: Little Miami football star seriously injured in car crash

Sep 9, 2014 • WCPO
MORROW, Ohio - Brayden Thornbury's classmates have been keeping a vigil at the hospital since the Little Miami High School football star was seriously injured in a car crash Sunday. Thornbury, a senior, apparently lost control and crashed into a tree ... More

In Greater Cincinnati, suburbs still reign supreme

Sep 13, 2014 • Cincinnati.com
"At (State Route) 63 (off I-75), you've got Park North, which is owned by Industrial Developments International," he added, referring to the planned 4.1 million square feet of logistics buildings on 300 acres. "Up the I-75 corridor, you have Middletown ... More

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