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Batavia High School organizes "Win for Watson" fundraiser Feb. 1 to help basketball captain battling Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Be sure to wear purple.
The Batavia boys' basketball team wants to 'Win for Watson' WCPO
BATAVIA, Ohio — Nate Watson approaches life with a purpose. The 6-foot-3 Batavia High School senior shooting guard takes all of his classes as a College ...
Batavia High School cleared after report of person armed with rifle entering school WLS-TV
Batavia High School has been cleared after police responded to a reported threat at Batavia High School Monday morning.
'Burg leads Blan in both boys, girls SBAAC meets Wilmington News Journal, OH
BATAVIA - Williamsburg has a 31.5 point lead on Blanchester after the first day of the SBAAC National Division Girls Track & Field Championship meet Mo.
'He is the epitome of tough': Cancer can't keep Batavia teen from leading his team WLWT Cincinnati
At Batavia High School, senior basketball captain Nate Watson represents strength. Last year, as a junior, he was the Bulldogs' leading scorer. And as he ...
Ohio HS basketball team hosts fundraiser to help captain battling cancer USA TODAY High School Sports
Batavia High School is raising money for basketball captain Nate Watson, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma right before the season.
Batavia Local Schools heads to the ballot to ask for levy support The Clermont Sun
By Megan Alley Sun staff Batavia Local Schools is asking voters to support its tax levy request that's on the upcoming November ballot. The school district is…
McIntosh vaults WHS into first after Day 1 at SBAAC Wilmington News Journal, OH
BATAVIA - Mason McIntosh's win in the pole vault pushed Wilmington ahead of Western Brown 49-45 after the first day of competition in the SBAAC Ameri.
Batavia to host ‘Win for Watson’ night on February 1 The Clermont Sun
One Family. One Fight. That has been the theme for the Batavia boys' basketball team this season, and the squad's home basketball game against Goshen on ...
Batavia Republicans endorse city, school candidates in nonpartisan election Chicago Daily Herald
Batavia Township Republicans are endorsing candidates for school board and city council candidates, in the April 2 nonpartisan election.
Batavia runs over Wheaton Warrenville South Chicago Daily Herald
Batavia banked on smashmouth football to pull away from visiting Wheaton Warrenville South in the second half of Friday's 41-20 DuKane Conference victory.
Batavia tennis opens new courts with sweep of CNE The Clermont Sun
By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor As bad as the weather was around the tri-state last week, the clouds parted and sun shined down on the area for one day…
Boys soccer: Underdog Batavia captures regional title Chicago Daily Herald
How often has it been said that everyone is 0-0 for the postseason?
Batavia announces 2016 Hall of Fame class The Clermont Sun
Batavia High School has announced the nine-member class that will be inducted into the school's Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Dec. 1 at the high school.
Batavia HS Booster Athletic Club Uses The Pump To Raise Funds WBBM NewsRadio
If you happen by the BP gas station on Randall Road in Batavia, you'll notice one of the pumps that's not like the others. It's red and yellow and decorated to ...
Batavia Elementary to become green space The Clermont Sun
By Megan Alley Sun staff The site of the former Batavia Elementary School, which closed its doors on May 27, will be turned into green space.
Letter to the Editor: What happened to the village of Batavia? The Clermont Sun
What has happened to our village? I'm a transplant—born & raised in central Indiana, but have lived in Clermont County for over 25 years…
Batavia High School BPA elects 2014-15 officers The Clermont Sun
Officers for the Batavia High School chapter of Business Professionals of America (BPA) have been elected for the 2014-2015 school year. They include:
Batavia Rotary recognizes Batavia and CNE students The Clermont Sun
The Batavia Rotary Club is pleased to announce Taylor Morris and Hannah Stegemann as September Students of the Month. Both are well-rounded students…
CNE’s Rayburn returns to the mat after jaw injury The Clermont Sun
CNE senior Luke Rayburn broke his jaw during the championship match of the 170-pound class at the Bob Guy Invitational on December 1, 2018. Rayburn ...
Wrestlers one step from state tournament Wilmington News Journal, OH
The wrestling road for Clinton County continues Friday and Saturday at Southwest District tournaments at two sites - Division II at Wilmington's Rodg.
Warning lands Batavia teacher in hot water Chicago Daily Herald
A Batavia High School teacher's fans are rallying to support him as he faces possible discipline for advising students of their Constitutional rights before taking a ...
Fox Valley Academic Team, 2017-2018 Chicago Daily Herald
Students from Batavia, Cary-Grove, Crystal Lake South, Huntley and St. Charles North high schools and Elgin, Marmion and Illinois Math and Science ...
Batavia high school students make educational games for younger students The Clermont Sun
By Megan Alley Sun staff A group of students at Batavia High School recently designed and produced educational board games to help students at Batavia…
Scouting Fox Valley girls volleyball Chicago Daily Herald
A quick glance at girls volleyball in the Fox Valley area for 2018.
'Cane, Falcons both get 2 sectional champions Wilmington News Journal, OH
BATAVIA - After a slow start, the Wilmington High School wrestling team stormed back to finish third Saturday in the Division II Sectional championship wre.
Batavia Rotary hosts annual speech contest The Clermont Sun
The Rotary Club of Batavia hosted its annual Four-Way Test Speech Contest March 14. Students from Clermont Northeastern and Batavia high schools ...
Cottrell leads Lady Falcons over Lady Bulldogs 61-34 Wilmington News Journal, OH
BATAVIA - Led by Faith Cottrell, the Clinton-Massie girls basketball team won its first SBAAC American Division game of the season Monday with a 61-34 defe.
Donkey basketball coming to Batavia High School Jan. 11 The Clermont Sun
By Kristin Rover Sun staff Batavia High School Class of 2016 will be hosting the second annual donkey basketball event at the high school Jan. 11.
Hillsboro Lady Indians softball balanced team in 2019 Hillsboro Times Gazette
The Hillsboro Lady Indians softball team will be balanced this season with a good mix of returning talent and new additons with two Seniors, three Juniors,
Craft Urban owner reflects on first year in Geneva Chicago Daily Herald
When Nov. 16 rolls around, Craft Urban will be marking a year on Geneva's busy restaurant landscape. We checked in with co-owner Francisco Chavez to get ...
Rain, snow causing local schedule changes The Clermont Sun
By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor By this point in the 2017 baseball and softball season, most Clermont County schools had played a handful of spring games.
Follow 'The Aristocats' to Harvester 56 Theater this weekend The Daily News Online
“Everybody wants to be a cat / because a cat's the only cat who knows where it's at…” Those lyrics, among many others, can be heard floating around the corner ...
How students' project honors suburban heroes at Pearl Harbor and beyond Chicago Daily Herald
The date of Dec. 7, 1941, still lives in infamy. However, the individual sacrifices of the 2,335 military personnel killed in that day's attack on Pearl Harbor can be ...
Peace Rooms and Mindfulness: New School Discipline Philosophy One Year Later NPR Illinois | 91.9 UIS
School districts had a year to implement a state law that banned zero-tolerance policies and emphasized restorative justice practices. We check back in.
Former village of Batavia mayor dies The Clermont Sun
By Megan Alley Sun staff Former village of Batavia Mayor Richard Jamieson, 93, died on Jan. 9 in his summer home in Sarasota, Florida. “It was hard to lose ...
BHS Class of '86 memorializes departed classmates The Daily News Online
BATAVIA — Nine balloons for nine classmates. Members of Batavia High School's Class of 1986 gathered before the opening pitch at Saturday evening's ...
Freshman sparks Naperville Central past Batavia Chicago Daily Herald
Batavia knew it had to be prepared for Naperville Central senior Mia Lakstigala. Nobody warned the Bulldogs about Redhawks freshman Gabi Melby, though.
High school football: Evan Day, Batavia ready to defend conference title Kane County Chronicle
BATAVIA – After recently committing to Illinois State, Batavia lineman Evan Day can have a senior year solely focused on helping the Bulldogs have yet another ...
Williamsburg, Western Brown win SBC crowns The Clermont Sun
By Chris Chaney Sports Editor Batavia High School played host to the Southern Buckeye Conference's Varsity Wrestling Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 5…
Batavia schools select teachers of the year The Clermont Sun
Batavia Local School District Board of Education members honored the 2012 teachers of the year during their May 21 board meeting. Each school selected a ...
Former Batavia, Bethel-Tate head coach Sizer takes over at WBHS The Clermont Sun
By Wade Linville Sun Group Newspapers It's official. The Western Brown Board of Education has approved Don Sizer as the high school's head football coach.
Missing man found dead in Batavia WXIX
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal accident Wednesday afternoon in Batavia involving man reported missing earlier this week.
Deikman, Young recognized by Batavia Rotary The Clermont Sun
Kayla Diekman and Dylan Young are the first to be recognized as Students of the Month by the Batavia Rotary Club in the 2016-17 school year.
Suburban students walk out of school to demand stricter gun control Chicago Daily Herald
Thousands of suburban high school students joined their peers across the country Wednesday in a national walkout to demand stricter gun control after the ...
Batavia students have returned to school The Clermont Sun
By Kristin Rover Sun staff Batavia students packed their backpacks, met their new teachers and started the school year Aug. 28. For many elementary school…
Girls volleyball: Scouting the Fox Valley Chicago Daily Herald
Here's what to expect from the girls volleyball teams in the Fox Valley area for the 2016 season.
GCC professor Melissa Ostrom now a published author The Daily News Online
Tucked in a quiet corner of Hoag Library in Albion, Melissa Ostrom shows a wide, proud smile as she holds up her first book. The cover matches the deep blue of ...
Batavia Field Turf Brings Out Strong Opinions Patch.com
Batavia School District 101's decision to endorse a capital improvement plan for field turf, athletic fields and other amenities at the high school has brought out ...
Campaign wants Falleti Ice Arena to win Kraft Hockeyville USA The Daily News Online
BATAVIA — The search for America's best hockey town should look no further than Batavia, say the players and parents behind a campaign for the Falleti Ice ...
Girls track and field: West Aurora's Miles defends state title Chicago Daily Herald
CHARLESTON -- Dajour Miles' final day of the girls track and field season was limited for a second consecutive year. But, once again, the West Aurora junior ...
Hats off to Geneva students from Batavia who collected candy to honor troops Kane County Chronicle
BATAVIA – Two children who miss their grandfather, a Vietnam veteran who lived with them during his last illness, found a sweet way to pay tribute to him and to ...
Rotary celebrates students The Clermont Sun
Melanie Barton and Joshua Pollock were recognized as May Students of the Month on May 2 by the Rotary Club of Batavia. Barton is a Batavia High School ...
Meet Michael DeVay, new executive chef at Terry Hills The Daily News Online
BATAVIA — Michael DeVay doesn't have any formal cooking training, but 20 years of hard work has landed him the top job in one of the premiere kitchens in ...
Batavia Bulldogs maintain unblemished record The Clermont Sun
By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Batavia Bulldogs capped off a historical season on Friday, Oct. 26 with their 54-12 win over Fayetteville-Perry. The win was the…
Bethel-Tate 8 year olds earn spot in the CCYFL Super Bowl The Clermont Sun
The 8-year old Bethel-Tate Tigers wrapped up another impressive fall football season finishing in second place in the Clermont County Youth Football League.
Gatorade® National Boys Soccer Player Of The Year: Ousseni Bouda PR Newswire
MILLBROOK, N.Y., June 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- In its 33rd year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company today announced ...
Former football players and coaches recall favorite moments Kane County Chronicle
Local football alumni recall their favorite football memories, on and off the field.
Agri-Palooza: See life through a farmer's eyes The Daily News Online
CASTILE — There's something to be said of plucking ripe, round apples straight from spindling branches still covered in early morning dew, of straining every ...
Meet the 2017-18 Daily Herald Academic Team Chicago Daily Herald
Welcome to the Daily Herald's 2017-18 Academic Team. Made up of high school graduates from the Northwest suburbs, Lake County, DuPage County and the ...
BHS students and faculty show off talents in annual show The Batavian
This is Batavia High School student Ross Chua busting out with his beatboxing talent at the 2014 "Batavia High School Talent Show" last night, which aimed to ...
Scouting the Fox Valley Chicago Daily Herald
Here's what to expect from the 2016-17 wrestling season in the Fox Valley.
LINEUP: 2017 Opening Day Parade WLWT Cincinnati
The 98th Opening Parade will take off from Findlay Market at noon on Monday. Here is the parade lineup in its entirety.
Girls volleyball: Fox Valley All-Area Team Chicago Daily Herald
Presenting the 2017 Daily Herald Fox Valley All-Area girls volleyball team.
Football: Tri-Cities all-area team Chicago Daily Herald
Introducing the Daily Herald's high school football all-area team for the Tri-Cities.
Ranking 10,010 Girls By Average XC Finish MileSplit
10010 cross country runners ranked by their average finish place during the cross country season with a minimum of three races.
CM academic team SBAAC co-champs Wilmington News Journal, OH
ADAMS TWP. – The Clinton-Massie High School Academic Team finished its regular season as co-champions of the SBAAC's American Division with a 9.
How to celebrate Valentine's Day by yourself The Daily News Online
I love Valentine's Day. No, not because I have someone to spend it with, but because the next day's chocolate is half off at stores. Beyond that, Feb. 14 to me is ...
From football player to cheerleader, Mitchell Knoth has dealt with the adversity Iowa State Daily
Sophomore Mitchell Knoth didn't originally plan on being a cheerleader.
So you want to try ski jumping? Are you nuts? Chicago Tribune
Teddy Greenstein gives the sport of ski jumping a try.
Treasurer candidates respond to questionnaire The Clermont Sun
The Clermont Sun sent a list of 10 prompts to both candidates running for Clermont County Treasurer in the upcoming election on March 15.
Three-sport athlete Schmitgen chooses baseball, Muskingum The Clermont Sun
By Chris Chaney Sun staff Batavia High School announced that senior three-sport athlete Kyle Schmitgen will continue his education and athletic career at…
Joyce, Mettetal lead St. Charles North baseball past Batavia Kane County Chronicle
ST. CHARLES – A good team takes advantage of opportunities. If given extra outs, they will make you pay, which is exactly what St. Charles North did just that in ...
A look back at Geneva's vintage gas stations Chicago Daily Herald
Who would have ever thought we'd have fond recollections of downtown gas stations from yesteryear? At least that seems to be the case in Geneva.
Ex-NFL player launches new flag football league Chicago Daily Herald
Ex-NFL player and Palatine mayor Jim Schwantz is launching a new flag football league for third- through sixth-graders, saying it fills a void for kids who aren't ...
2015 Opening Day Parade Lineup WLWT Cincinnati
Find the complete 2015 Findlay Market Opening Day Parade lineup.
Scouting the Fox Valley area Chicago Daily Herald
Here's what to expect from the wrestling teams in the Fox Valley area for the 2017-18 season.
For Fun: 'Knee High by 4th of July A Bit Outdated With Today's Summer Corn' WspyNews
Knee high by the Fourth of July,” we've all been guilty of using that phrase since we were kids, to measure the height of field corn and to determine if.
Thomson: Carmel QB Peyton Cayea striving to impress head coach — his dad The Journal News | LoHud.com
Carmel quarterback Peyton Cayea has a unique relationship with his head coach — he's also his dad.
Bulldogs standout shortstop to join baseball ‘family’ at UNOhio The Clermont Sun
By Chris Chaney Sun staff Batavia High School announced that Austin Lenhardt would continue his baseball and scholastic career at the University of ...
Boys volleyball: Scouting the Fox Valley Chicago Daily Herald
Previewing the boys volleyball season for 2017 in the Fox Valley.
Race against time, University of Cincinnati University of Cincinnati
UC graduate's rare disease forces her to treasure every remaining moment.
Class of 2018 MB Hannah Yaconis Commits to Akron VolleyMob
Class of 2018 middle blocker Hannah Yaconis has committed to Akron in the MAC.
Images: Friday at the boys track State Final Meet Chicago Daily Herald
See images from Friday of the State Final Meet in boys track at O'Brien Stadium on the campus of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston.
Korcek's Corner: Quinn leaves behind immeasurable legacy DeKalb Daily Chronicle
So the fact that former Sycamore High School four-sport star and ex-Northern Illinois University assistant football coach Bob Quinn provided memories, ...
Gatorade® National Boys Soccer Player Of The Year: Umar Farouk Osman PR Newswire
MADISON, Conn., June 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In its 32nd year of honoring the nation's best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company today announced ...
NXN Midwest Team Scores: New Teams Emerge To Chase The Title MileSplit
Centerville finishing the OHSAA Ohio State Cross Country Championship girls D1 race. This year's NXN Midwest Region could see some new faces on the ...
The Hard Life of an N.F.L. Long Shot New York Times
The story of a rookie hanging on to the fragile hope of a professional football career, as told by his uncle.
Broncos fall in state quarterfinals Georgetown News Democrat
COLUMBUS — The Western Brown Wrestling team continued their historic season last weekend at St. John Arena in Columbus at the state dual quarterfinals.
Angry moose chases couple across Utah golf course WGN TV Chicago
PARK CITY, Utah — A Salt Lake City couple had to make a quick getaway Monday when a moose chased them not once, but twice, on the green at the Park City ...
Using 1600 Times To Project Top 2017 Boys XC Teams MileSplit
We look at 1600m times to project who will be a powerhouse team in next year\'s XC season.
Nation's Top 50 Boys Outdoor Returnees By Event: Spring Season Is Already Here (For Some)! MileSplit
Tyrese Cooper (now competing at Miami Norland High School) has the nation's fastest returning times in both the 200 (20.46) and 400 (45.26), while has the ...
Plano Couple Arrested for Stealing a 55" TV Worth $2000 from Wal-Mart WspyNews
Plano Police charged a Plano couple with felony Retail Theft following an attempted theft of electronics from the Plano Wal-Mart on Thursday around 10:30 p.m..
UPDATE: Missing 7-year-old Wisconsin girl found safe WGN-TV
A 7-year-old girl in Sheboygan, Wis.who has been missing since Monday afternoon has been found safe. WITI reports that Lilleona Badtke was found safe ...
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