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A summer evening spent at the ballpark

If you are looking for inexpensive, wholesome entertainment, consider spending an evening at your local baseball youth park. Attending a game being played by the youngest Little League players is a breath of fresh air.  If you have a child or grandchild participating, that would likely enhance your experience, but whether you do or not, […]

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Devils place 18th in nation

The Richmond High School bowling team participated in the 2024 High School National Championships, held June 8 through June 10 at Leisure Lanes in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  Over 50 teams from 21 states, including Hawaii and Alaska, qualified to participate, with the top 16 teams advancing to the final round. Richmond finished 18th, only 32 pins […]

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Indians defeat Eagles for sectional crown

The Cambridge City Lincoln Golden Eagles, the only Wayne County school to advance to the sectional championship game in baseball, saw their season end on Monday, May 27. The Indians, ranked sixth in the 1A state poll, lived up to their lofty ranking. In a rematch of their regular season Tri-Eastern Conference game that Union City […]

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Regular-season champs win TEC tourney

The Hagerstown Tigers, the undefeated regular season Tri-Eastern Conference champions, backed it up by winning the TEC tournament by eight strokes over their nearest competitor on Saturday, May 18, at the Memorial Park Golf Course in New Castle. In a golf match, five players compete for each team and the four lowest scores are used […]

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Bulldogs win 14th consecutive league title

After competition of the preliminary rounds played on the Lincoln courts on Saturday, May 11, the final round matches for the Tri-Eastern Conference championships to be played Monday, May 13, were set.  Regular-season champions Centerville led the tournament, entering the championship round with 32 points and qualifying Makenna Hartman at No. 1 singles, Kylar Marshall at […]