Dayton knocks off Cincinnati in coaches association all-star football game
Tippecanoe's Liam Poronsky led Dayton to a 31-21 win over Cincinnati in the annual coaches associated all star game.
Report: Dayton G Mike Sharavjamts transfers to San Francisco
Former Dayton guard/wing Mike Sharavjamts is transferring to San Francisco, ESPN reported Friday. Sharavjamts entered his name in the NBA draft earlier this spring but withdrew ahead of the May 31 deadline to maintain college eligibility. Sharavjamts started 20 of 32 games as a freshman at Dayton this past season....
Report: Ohio’s top 2024 prospect to officially visit Ohio State at the end of June
One of the nation’s best prospects resides in Springfield, Ohio and the home state team, Ohio State has a legit chance at keeping the star in-state. Cornerback Aaron Scott, ranked as the 6th best at his position and 56th overall player according to the 247Sports composite, released his top five recently.
Sports Update - June 9
DAYTON, OHIO (WKEF/WRGT) - Friday was an eventful night of sports in both Dayton and Cincinnati, from high school student-athletes to the professional level. At Day Air Ballpark, the Dayton Dragons continued their series with the Cedar Rapids Kernels; after falling behind early, the Dragons had the tying run on base but couldn't capitalize as the Kernels won 4-2. The game was followed by a Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest qualifier; Bartley Weaver ate 53 hot dogs in 10 minutes to qualify for the main contest at Coney Island on July 4th. The Dragons and Kernels continue their series Saturday and Sunday.
Bombers Rally Late, Beat Chaminade Julienne 4-2 to Advance to Division II Championship
Kenston (20-13) trailed from the first inning on but scored four runs in the top of the seventh to take down the Eagles (27-6), continuing their journey for the first baseball championship in school history. The hero of the regional semifinals, senior Parker Munday pitched a complete game, two hit gem with 12 strikeouts.
R.J. Blakney Transfers To Old Dominion After Three Seasons With The Dayton Flyers
Old Dominion head men's basketball coach Jeff Jones announced the signing of R.J. Blakney as part of the 2023 recruiting class. Blakney, a 6-foot-6 guard from Baltimore, Md., joins the Monarchs from the University of Dayton. "R.J. is an experienced veteran who has played a lot of minutes on some...
Who will play for Cincinnati vs. Dayton in Friday's new all-star football game format?
The Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association (SWOFCA) football all-star game will have a new twist this year. Instead of Cincinnati players facing other, East vs. West, they will all be on one team this time. They will face players representing the Miami Valley Football Coaches Association (MVFCA), which are schools in and around Dayton.
Dayton to play Big Ten opponent the next 2 seasons
The Dayton Flyers will play a Big Ten school in men’s basketball for the next two seasons.
2023 OHSAA Tournament: Division II State Semifinal - No. 5 Chaminade-Julienne vs No. 19 Kenston
To view all things Spring High School Baseball Related, click here. Regional Preview: Division I | Division II | Division III | Division IV | District Preview. To nominate a player for the All-State Teams, please click here. Interested in attending a PBR Ohio event? Check out our schedule by...
Paul Murphy Hired as New Head Coach for Bloomington Normal Swim Club
Murphy joins BNSC following a short stint as the head coach of Dayton Raiders, in Dayton, OH. Stock photo via Jack Spitser/Spitser Photography. Paul Murphy has been hired as the new head coach for Bloomington Normal Swim Club, in Bloomington-Normal, IL. Murphy joins BNSC following a short stint as the head coach of Dayton Raiders, in Dayton, OH. SwimSwam reported in April that Murphy had left Dayton Raiders in early March after having been hired as the head coach in August of 2022, marking a tenure of about seven months with the team. Neither the club nor Murphy responded to SwimSwam’s requests for comment about the split.
RJ Greer, one of Ohio's top 2025 recruits, will play junior season at new school
Jun. 6—RJ Greer had company during his winter away from basketball. He would take turns on the AlterG treadmill at the University of Dayton with injured Dayton Flyers guards Malachi Smith and Kobe Elvis, who both missed chunks of the 2022-23 season. "We definitely bonded in the training room,"...
High school baseball: (9) Kenston vs (1) Chaminade-Julienne Division II state semifinal capsule
Kenston’s path: Defeated Holy Name, 13-3, def. Lake Catholic, 5-2, def. Norwayne, 5-4, def. Gilmour, 4-2, def. NDCL, 4-2 Chaminade-Julienne’s path: Defeated Greenon, 10-0, def. Bellefontaine, 2-1, def. Indian Hill, 1-0, def. Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, 5-1, def. Badin, 2-1 On deck: The winner will face the winner...
Dales Concluded Play at U.S. Open Final Qualifying Round
LARAMIE -- University of Wyoming junior golfer Jimmy Dales from Northville, Mich., was one of 75 golfers who competed in the Monday, June 5 U.S. Open Final Qualifier played in Springfield, Ohio. The field included numerous current PGA Tour professionals. The 75 competitors were vying for one of five spots...
Teeing Off for the Making Memories Golf Classic
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – A local annual golf competition raises money to fight Alzheimer’s disease. Cedric D. Howard and Charlene Chattams stopped by the studio to talk about the 9th Annual Making Memories Golf Classic. Happening Monday, June 19th with an 8:30 a.m. tee off, the event will...
Five golfers qualify for US Open from Springfield
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO (WKEF/WRGT) - The 36-hole qualifier for the US Open is referred to as the "Longest Day in Golf," and Monday at Springfield Country Club provided justification to that nickname. More than 70 golfers played two 18-hole rounds, hoping to claim one of five berths at next week's major...
Dayton Dragon pitcher wins 2 awards for month of May
A Dayton Dragon has been named Midwest League Pitcher of the Month for May.
Bengals players to use celebrity softball game as team-building exercise
The softball game is scheduled for Wednesday, June 14 at Day Air Ballpark.
6 area softball players named first-team All-Ohio
Six area players received first-team honors as the Ohio High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association released its all-Ohio teams. Springfield senior pitcher Mady Yackee and Anthony Wayne junior pitcher Katelyn Meyers were first-team honorees in Division I, while Bryan freshman pitcher Thea Staten earned the honor in Division II. In Division III, Evergreen junior catcher Macy Chamberlin and Eastwood senior catcher Delany Maynard were first-team selections. Gibsonburg senior pitcher Jenna Bloomfield was a first-team pick in Division IV. Whitmer senior infielder Sophia Wygast and St. Ursula Academy senior outfielder Haley Glass received second-team honors in Division I. Madison Martin, a senior pitcher from Van Buren, and Abigail Allison, a senior outfielder from Elmwood, were second team in Division III.
Pitt Misses Cut for Dayton Transfer Mike Sharavjamts
The Pitt Panthers will go back to work looking for the final addition to their roster.
Fort Wayne FC plays Dayton Dutch Lions to scoreless tie
DAYTON, Ohio (WANE) – Fort Wayne’s Aurie Briscoe recorded a shutout in goal on Tuesday night – but so did Dayton’s keeper as Fort Wayne FC and the Dayton Dutch Lions played to a 0-0 tie in USL League 2 action. Next up, Fort Wayne FC returns home to host Kings Hammer FC on Sunday […]
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