Greene County area high schools top swimming times according to Swimmeet.com. (State ranking listed in parenthesis):As of Feb. 5GIRLS200-yard Medley Relay
WILBERFORCE — Nothing like having a couple small-school powerhouses spoil your Senior Night plans.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — C.J. Miles had 26 points, George Hill converted a key four-point play and the Indiana Pacers ended the Cleveland Cavaliers' 12-game winning streak, 103-99 Friday night.
HIGH SCHOOLGirls BasketballSpringboro 71, Xenia 36
WEST CARROLLTON — It wasn't pretty, but Xenia managed to halt a fourth-quarter West Carrollton rally to claim a 73-68 win, Friday night in Greater Western Ohio Conference, South Division action at West Carrollton High.
JAMESTOWN — Even though he had a poor shooting night, Myron Walker answered the call when it mattered.
HIGH SCHOOLState Basketball and Wrestling tickets on sale
SAN DIEGO — In his only his second tournament of the year, Tiger Woods has withdrawn from the Farmers Insurance Open because of an apparent back injury.
Syracuse University announced Wednesday it has instituted a self-imposed postseason ban for the current men's basketball season as part of its case pending before the NCAA Committee on Infractions.
FAIRBORN — Wright State was clicking on all cylinders, Thursday afternoon.
COLUMBUS (AP) — Urban Meyer says being the coach of the national champion opens the door to recruiting in every living room in the United States.
GREENE COUNTY — In after-school ceremonies at Beavercreek and Xenia High Schools, 13 area senior student athletes celebrated National Signing Day before rooms jammed full of fellow students, faculty, family and fans.
RIVERSIDE — The Carroll Patriots jumped on Greater Catholic League rival Chaminade Julienne early and often Wednesday night and cruised to a 58-36 Senior Night win.
On a day when the new faces of college football made their school choices official, some familiar names finished atop the team recruiting standings.
BEAVERCREEK — A 22-0 run usually spells good things for your team.
How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school girls basketball teams in the Associated Press polls, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):