After watching a two-run lead evaporate late in the game, Logan Markstrom took the game into her own hands.

Three area athletes took home county titles last week, as the Miami County Track Championships were held at Piqua High School.

Trailing by five runs heading to the fifth inning, the Bethel baseball team fought all the way back to tie the game against National Trail and was hoping to carry the momentum to a win on Friday night.

As the Greenon Knights’ defense walked back out onto the field to start the sixth inning, they were comfortably in front of the Tecumseh Arrows by five runs, as they were looking to finish out a game they had controlled since the opening inning.

In a weather related make-up game last Wednesday, the Tecumseh Arrows Softball team defeated the Benjamin Logan Raiders 9-6 at Tecumseh High School.

Nobody thought it could happen...

The numbers are out, and the area high school teams now know which division they will be participating in once the fall sports season begins in August around the state of Ohio.

The Bethel track teams ran at the Impson invitational on Saturday.

The Industrial Technology Department recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding classroom performance, completed assignments of exceptional quality, and maintained a high grade point average.

The start of the game was a bad omen on how this game would turn out, as the Bethel Bees traveled to Newton last week in a game that was moved from Bethel due to the wet field conditions.

Ashley Fite was too much on the mound for Springfield last week with a strong 12 strikeout performance against the Wildcats.

Hunter Hensley was in early inning trouble for the Tecumseh baseball team last week, as they hosted Sidney in a non-conference game.

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