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South Dearborn High School football senior quarterback Adam Dixon (seated, center) recently committed to attend Wilmington College, in Wilmington, Ohio, this fall. Joining him, also seated, were parents Deanna and Jeff Dixon. Second row, from left, are SD assistant coach Kenny Higgins and head coach Rand Ballart. A three-year starter for the Knights, Dixon tied or broke 11 SD offensive record during his senior season last fall, earning EIAC 4A Division MVP honors. He was selected to play in the IFCA North-South All-Star Game, canceled this summer due to COVID-19 restrictions. Wilmington's Quakers compete at the NCAA Division III level and are a member of the 10-team Ohio Athletic Conference. (SD Athletics)


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A coach’s son and former assistant men’s basketball coach at the NCAA Division III University of Dubuque (Iowa), 42-year old Matt Colston was hired Tuesday as boys varsity head coach at South Dearborn High School. (SD Athletics)

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Colston coached Hoopeston (Ill.) Area High to 95 wins in his final five seasons, including back-to-back 20-win campaigns in 2016-18, resurrecting the program that produced former Butler and Ohio State head coach Thad Matta. (WAND-TV)


AURORA - Illinois native Matt Colston was approved for hire as the Knights’ new boys varsity basketball coach by the South Dearborn Community School Corporation board Tuesday night.

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New Lawrenceburg boys varsity basketball coach Brad Cutter (back row, center) is pictured in the Tigers’ team photo after winning the River Town Classic championship in January. Also pictured, from left, are former LHS head coach John Blackwell, Dakota Roth, Adam Burd and Kamar Chenault. Jim Buchberger/Journal-Press

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Cutter, a 2004 South Dearborn graduate, snips the Delaware County Tourney net as head coach of the Wapahani High School girls varsity team from 2015-18.  Photo by


LAWRENCEBURG - Probably two seconds after Brad Cutter was hired to succeed John Blackwell as Lawrenceburg High School boys varsity basketball coach Monday, May 11, the question popped into the head


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