Lawrenceburg's Austin Goodpaster, senior QB for Cincinnati Landmark Christian School, has been named to play in the National Athletic Association of Private Schools High School All-American Game Saturday, Jan. 5, at GP Stadium in Gatlinburg, Tenn. (Landmark Athletics)
Sophomore offensive lineman Grant Goodpaster, of Cincinnati Landmark Christian School, also will play in the NAAPS High School All-American Game Saturday, Jan. 5, at GP Stadium in Gatlinburg, Tenn. (Landmark Athletics)
Cincinnati Landmark Christian's Eagles (9-1), featuring several Lawrenceburg area players, finished national runner-up, ranked No. 2 in the nation in the NHFA poll, and were ranked 10th nationally among all private schools. Eagles were NHFA District 9 regional champions and Ohio state champion. (Landmark Athletics)
LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg brothers Austin and Grant Goodpaster of Cincinnati Landmark Christian football have been named to play in the National Athletic Association of Private Schools High Schoo
South Dearborn High School girls varsity soccer senior Alyssa McClanahan (seated, center) recently signed an NCAA Division III letter of intent with Mount St. Joseph University, in Cincinnati. Joining her, also seated, were parents Dave McClanhan and Kathy Miller. Second row, from left, are SD athletic director Ryan Walston, Lady Knights head coach Bob Matola and SD principal Dr. Jeff Bond. Alyssa scored eight goals with seven assists as a key player for SD Class 3A sectional champions this past season. Currently, she also is a fourth-year starter for the Lady Knights basketball team. MSJ's Lions are a member of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. (SD Athletics)
AURORA - Now in its 19th year, the River Town Classic basketball tournament runs Wednesday through Saturday this week, January 2-5 at South Dearborn High School.
East Central sophomore Kyla Maxwell challenges Jac-Cen-Del defender Annabelle Williams (22) on the breakaway in the Lady Trojans’ 49-26 win at Osgood Dec. 19. EC was 10-4 in defeating the No. 8-ranked Eagles.
Abby Koch forces a turnover in the first half of East Central’s 49-26 win at Class No. 8 Jac-Cen-Del Dec. 19.
OSGOOD - Struggling a bit in the first half at fired-up No.