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Talawanda Places 5th in SWOC Championships, Prepares for Batavia Invitational

Talawanda Places 5th in SWOC Championships, Prepares for Batavia Invitational

On Saturday, February 2, the Talawanda wrestling team placed 5th out of 8 schools at the SWOC championships at Ross High school. Talawanda has only weeks left in the season, and with a record of 12-5, Talawanda may have what it takes to place at the state level. Adam Ruby placed 2nd in the 120 […]

Talawanda Wrestling Competes in SWOC Tournament

Talawanda Wrestling Competes in SWOC Tournament

In the 2012 to 2013 season, the Talawanda High school wrestling team has members in the top five rankings in 10 out of the 14 weight classes. And, on Saturday February 2, they will face eight different schools for the title of SWOC (Southwest Ohio Conference) Champions. Heavyweight wrestler Dalton Smith (with a record of […]

Ice Hockey Slides into Season

Ice Hockey Slides into Season

One game has been steadily rising up the list to imprint and hold its name in the hall of fame for the most popular games in United States.  The game is played by the talented few.  The game is Ice Hockey. Ice Hockey has become a popular game for all ages.  From elementary schools, middle […]

Roethlisberger Throws His Cap

Roethlisberger Throws His Cap

Ben Roethlisberger graduated in our backyard on Sunday, May 6th with a Bachelor’s degree in education from Miami University. He was accompanied by his wife, parents and grandmother. Roethlisberger was 4 courses shy of graduation when he was drafted into the NFL in 2004. The Steelers’ quarterback played Miami University Football as a RedHawk and […]

National Championship Game

National Championship Game

The Kentucky Wildcats came out on top in their National Championship game against the Kansas Jayhawks.  The final score was 67-59 in favor of the Wildcats.  The win captured the Wildcats eigth National Championship. The Wildcats entered the game beating the Louisville Cardinals 69-61 which punched their ticket into the National Title game.  The Kansas […]

Buy Me Some Peanuts and Cracker Jacks

Buy Me Some Peanuts and Cracker Jacks

The smell of spring is in the air and the sounds of baseball are coming back.  Spring training is almost over and the regular season starts on April fourth.  The stadiums are going to be filled, and soon predictions for the World Series will be made.  Baseball fans are ready to root for their favorite […]

Talawanda Ross Relays Results for FAVC

Ross Relays 4-3-12 Boys Results 1st with 132 points   Pole Vault Ethan Coffin 9’ Taft Marsh 8’6” Tyler Dockum NH Total 17’6” 3rd Shot Put Hunter Batdorf 41’8” Rami Abu-Attiyeh 36’1” Jared Coffin 29’5 ½” Total 77’9” 1st Discus Hunter Batdorf 113’2” Brian Baxter 104’2” Kaleb Cole 81’2” Total 217’4” 1st High Jump Kane […]

Moyer, 49, Gets the Nod In Game 2

Moyer, 49, Gets the Nod In Game 2

The Colorado Rockies announced Saturday, March 31st, that 49 year-old pitcher Jamie Moyer will start the second game of the season on the mound against the Houston Astros. Moyer, a 2008 World Series Champion with the Phillies has accumulated 267 wins in his career.  He is one of 29 players ever to play in Major […]

THS Track

THS Track

This year’s THS Track team is hoping to gain an FAVC win with both boys and girls. The new theme this year is, “One team, giving up good for great, with attitiude and effort, from start to finish.” Paul Stiver is the THS Track team’s head coach. He feels that the team will do great […]

THS Varsity Softball

THS Varsity Softball

This year’s varsity softball is in full swing.  They have a good team, a good coach, and a good attitude. “We’re working really well and we’re not arguing as much this year.  Everyone gets along.” said Junior Amalia Stevens. The varsity team has done very well since the season started on March 28th.  They are […]