The local sports community was shocked and saddened last week by the passing of Danny Rymer of West Union, a very familiar face on the fields and courts as a soccer and basketball official. Rymer died suddenly on July 9 at the age of 47, leaving a large void in the local officiating ranks.
AMELIA - When you want to show your expertise in the niche market of insurance for classic and collectible cars, what was the best way to showcase your knowledge and skills? For American Modern Insurance Group, they felt the best way to showcase their knowledge of classic and collectible cars was to build one from the ground up.
RIPLEY – Ohio Valley Manor Outpatient Rehab and Wellness, in partnership with Dr. Charles D. Miller, will be offering free “Sports Physicals” from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 16.Dr. Miller, from Wellington Orthopedics and Therapists and OVM, will be performing the physicals. Therapists will also be available to answer any questions regarding injury prevention, conditioning, sports bracing needs or any other questions students may have.Athletes who ar...
HAMERSVILLE - The Brown County Health and Wellness Foundation will host the fall golf outing on Friday, Sept. 12, at Friendly Meadows Golf Course in Hamersville.The outing consist of a four person scramble or sign up as an individual and be paired with a group at the event. The cost is $300 per team and includes golf, cart, and lunch after the event. The event is open to the first 36 teams who sign up and a late fee will be added for those who register after the Sept. 4 deadline. I...
MT ORAB - Western Brown youth football camp is just around the corner. Any interested athlete, eight-12, may participate in the event. The camp will be taught by the Western Brown High School football coaching staff and players at Western Brown School.The camp is $20 per person and will be held from 6 - 9 p.m. July 18, July 23 and July 24. The camp is split into age divisions.Registration is held the first day of camp.
With the World Cup closing, I felt like I should be expected to write a piece on soccer. Soccer may not be my favorite sport, but I understand the importance to the rest of the world. Americans, however, have struggled to comprehend the game and go as far to say soccer creates no real winners or successes. Ann Coulter recently made those very comments about soccer, but I guess she is trying to stay relevant.
The Georgetown Generals captured the 2014 District B championship this past weekend. The Generals will next compete in the city tournament next week on July 8, at 8:30 in Melbourne, Kentcuky. Members of the squad include (front row L-R) Trevor Foster, Kyle Cornette, Mason Caldwell, Anthony Carrington, Dalton Jenkins, Cody Graves, Corey Bolington.(back row L-R) Peyon Penny, Lance Leggett, Ryan Boone, Travis Newberry, Alex Bolington, Evan Deisch, and Fin Tomlin.The General...
GEORGETOWN - Local hunters will have the opportunity to show case their filmed hunts on national television this fall where they will be part of a national television show called Buck Obsession and will air in the forth quarter on 2014 on Angel 2’s Hunt Channel on Dish Network.Buck Obsession’s founder Steve Lewis is an avid hunter and law enforcement officer in Virginia, just outside the DC metro area. Lewis has always had a passion for hunting and the outdoors...
Winners of the annual tournament included Seth Tracy, Matt Malott, Ben Hensley, and Wayne Cooper.In second place Brady South, Todd Brooks, Kyle Jenkins, and Eric BoshearsIn third place Brice Piatt, Shawn Farley, CJ Dorsey, Chris Tracy
FAYETTEVILLE - Congratulations to Fayetteville-Perry Scholar Athletes Claire Carson and DJ Iles. They were awarded the title scholar-athlete by the Southwest District of the OHSAA. Their award comes with a $1,000 stipend for their college pursuits. The two were honored by Fayetteville-Perry Board of Education during the last school board meeting.Carson was a multi-sport athlete at Fayetteville-Perry excelling particularly well at softball. She was the Rockets go-to pitcher last sea...
When the season ended at the Southern Hills Athletic Conference track meet on May 3, the girls track team was given the option to continue training for three more weeks and attend the Middle School State Meet on Sunday, May 25. Eleven girls accepted the challenge and continued working with their coach Janie Day, and the high school coach Mark Day. The girls who competed at the state meet included Amanda Baker, Whitney Broughton, Allison Day, Jasey Dufresne, Haley Fannin, Mikayla Farris, Maggi...
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