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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University of Michigan wrestling standout Mason Parris was one of the early guest on The Roope and Rumsey Show podcast on YouTube, launched last month by former Dearborn County athletes Mike Roope (left) and Bill Rumsey (right). The boys all donned Wolverines athletic gear for the occasion. (The R & R Show)
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Oldenburg Academy soccer senior Sam Mahoney (seated, center) recently committed to continue his career at Trine University, in Angola, Ind., this fall. Joining him, also seated, were parents Sandy and Tom Mahoney. Second row, from left, are brother Nathan Mahoney, OA coach Ken Getz, brother Brett Mahoney and OA athletic director Patrick Kolks. Trine's Thunder compete at the NCAA Division III level and are a member of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Sam will major in mechanical engineering with a minor in aerospace. Not pictured is Trine assistant coach Mike Wilhelm, who underwent surgery in March. (OA Athletics)