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‘The Mountain’ commits to Bowling Green: Troy’s Hildebrand to play football for Falcons

TROY — When Dawson Hildebrand transferred to Troy High School from nearby Newton for the chance to play varsity football, he and his family didn’t know what to expect.

Phase two begins: OHSAA outlines expanded guidelines for practices

MIAMI COUNTY — Contact sports have been permitted to work on conditioning and skills since the start of June.

Tough finish for Post 43: Troy rally falls short in Veterans Appreciation Tournament finale

TROY — After Troy Post 43’s final game of the Miami Valley Veterans Appreciation Tournament, Legends coach Frosty Brown summed up his thoughts in few words.

A milestone missed: Canceled tennis season would have been Troy’s Goldner’s 50th

TROY — In half a century as Troy tennis coach, Mark Goldner has seen just about everything.

Troy Post 43’s tourney in demand: Miami Valley Veterans Appreciation Tournament begins Friday

TROY — Troy Post 43 Legends coach Frosty Brown put a lot of work into making sure his team had a season this year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thursday Night Lights camp coming soon: Troy’s new-look camp to mimic pregame experience

TROY — Even without confirmation that the coming fall’s football season will happen, the Troy football team knows it still needs to plan for the future.

Legends rally past Springfield

TROY — During its recent four-game losing streak against high-level competition, Troy Post 43 found that even little mistakes cost more.

Cliffside Golf Course closing: Bethel high school teams searching for new home

TIPP CITY — The COVID-19 pandemic hit local golf courses hard this year.

Jones joins Buffaloes: Troy HS, Mississippi State grad transfers to Colorado

BOULDER, Colo. — It turns out, graduating college was just the beginning for Stephen Jones.

Troy puts away Piqua: Hartzell’s 3-run 2B in 6th clinches victory for Legends

TROY — With two outs, the bases loaded and his Troy Post 43 team clinging to a one-run lead over rival Piqua, Legends sophomore Warren Hartzell knew he couldn’t hold back.