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Craig Mills, of Hamilton, Ohio, took top boater honors for $5,466 prize money in Saturday's T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Buckeye Division tournament on the Ohio River at Tanners Creek, catching five bass weighing 10 pounds, 4 ounces. (FLW Bass Fishing League)

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Samuel Jones of Morgantown, West Virginia, won the Co-angler Division and $1,733 Saturday on the Ohio River at Tanners Creek, catching three bass weighing 5 pounds, 2 ounces in the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League Buckeye Division tournament. (FLW Bass Fishing League)

CRAIG MILLS TANNERS CREEK BFL WINNER

LAWRENCEBURG - Craig Mills took top honors at Saturday’s T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Buckeye Division tournament on the Ohio River at Tanners Creek, catching five bass weighing 10 poun

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South Dearborn senior Erin Huber (1), the Lady Knights' leading scorer for the past 3 years, winds up for a shot during last season's Class 2A sectional championship run.

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Class 2A sectional championship hero Abby Hensley, taking the shot that resulted in her pivotal go-ahead goal in last year's tourney upset victory over No. 2-ranked Batesville, gives SD girls soccer another major scoring threat.

SD GIRLS SOCCER RETURNS 8 STARTERS

AURORA - South Dearborn girls soccer shocked the world - at least the Southeastern Indiana Class 2A part of it - by knocking off No.

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East Central junior Ryan Bond has the leadership skills and football smarts to follow graduated All-State quarterback Alex Maxwell as the Trojans' starter ... (Sandy Mahoney)

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... but 6'4" senior Trevor Becker, the Trojans' leading receiver a year ago, has the strong arm to get the football deep downfield for the state's Class 4A preseason No. 3-ranked team. (Sandy Mahoney)

NO QB CONTROVERSY AT ST. LEON, BUT ...

ST. LEON - First-year East Central High School head football coach Jake Meiners may be only 28, but he’s no dummy.

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It's a unique situation, to be sure. Although yet to play a down of varsity football, Lawrenceburg High School's 6'9", 308-pound senior tackle Jason Morton - a varsity basketball starter for the Tigers his freshman and sophomore years, before suffering a season-ending knee injury in preseason football practice a year ago - has verbally committed to play football at NCAA Division I Miami University, in Oxford, Ohio, next year. Morton is expected to start on the offensive line when Tigers open their 2019 season next Friday, Aug. 23, against East Central. The 18-year old Greendale resident Tweeted the following after receiving his scholarship offer from the Redhawks in last Thursday's mail:

@JMorton2020

Committed 💪🏼💪🏼 #olinepride #RedHawks20 @MiamiOHFootball @Martin_Miami_HC @CoachBarnett_MU @RedHawk_Recruit

(LHS Athletics)

MORTON COMMITS TO MIAMI FOOTBALL - Photo

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