At the age of seven Hayden Kress, of Jerusalem, was well on his way toward his goal of completing four bowling tournaments in Ohio in March 2020.
A Bethel Township graduate and former coach and instructor at Skyvue was named among this year’s honorees by the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference.
The River fourth-grade basketball team had quite a season.
“When I’m out there performing, I walk off, and I’m like, ‘Did I really just perform?” Monroe Central High School (MCHS) senior Whitney Young described competitive cheering. “It’s like a blink of an eye, and you’re done.”
Joe Goddard became the latest first-time winner of the weekly head-to-head match game Thursday, March 12 at Russell Family Bowling Center.
Will Weddle has bowled in the Weekly Match Game Tournament at Russell Family Bowling Center several times this season, only to come up short.
Beallsville senior Ashlie Louden finally found her spot amongst the state’s best as the Division IV girls basketball All-Ohio teams were announced Monday, March 9.
Monroe County’s five district qualifiers came up short of their goal of making it to state during the Division III district meet Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7 at Heath High School.
Beallsville knew it would have its hands full as it entered tournament play Tuesday, Feb. 25.
Skyvue fifth grade boys competed in the Ohio Youth Basketball School Team State Champion-ship Feb. 21-23 in Columbus. This group of boys was placed in Division 3-4 based off of Mon-roe Central High School ranking. Skyvue placed second in the state with a hard-fought battle com-ing up short to Rock Hill 41-36.
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