East Knox junior Drew Salyers went from not even knowing if he would get to play in the qualifier, to rising the leaderboards and eventually winning the Justin Thomas Junior Championship this past weekend in Goshen, Ky.
In a game with 11 combined hits the Highland Scots got eight in a dual between East Knox and Highland’s aces, with the Scots edging out the Bulldogs at home 5-0 to pull into a three-way tie for first in the Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference.
Highland High School volleyball player Raina Terry has dreamed about playing Mintonette Volleyball ever since she was in middle school, watching her big sister (former Highland star Kam Terry) play for them.
The Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets boys volleyball team put the pedal to the metal and won in three-straight sets over visiting Dublin Jerome in the Jackets’ first time back on their home floor since the season opener.
Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets senior pitcher Hope Straight tossed her second no-hitter in five days, shutting out the visiting Mansfield Senior Tygers, 12-0, in their Ohio Cardinal Conference matchup on Wednesday.
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