TIPP CITY — Had the season begun as originally planned, the Tippecanoe football team would have opened things off with a home game against Mount Healthy.
TROY — After a disappointing effort in a 9-1 loss at Tippecanoe back on Sept. 15, all the Troy boys soccer team wanted to do Thursday night was compete.
BEAVERCREEK — The season came to an end for the Tippecanoe boys golf team as it competed at the Division I district tournament Thursday at Beavercreek Golf Club, placing 11th on the day.
CARLISLE — Milton-Union’s boys soccer team may have fallen at Carlisle Thursday night.
PIQUA — Piqua football coach Bill Nees couldn’t have known how his Indians handled the bye week in the first round of the playoffs until they took the field Friday night.
MIAMI COUNTY — There have already been shocking postseason developments this week before any of the games were even played, with the Troy Trojans forfeiting their second-round game on Tuesday after a player tested positive for COVID-19.
TIPP CITY — For almost 80 minutes, the Troy and Tippecanoe girls soccer teams fought a scoreless battle.
TROY — With her Trojans already owning two regular season wins over Greenville this year, Troy volleyball coach Michelle Owen knew what led to the team’s performance Tuesday.
CINCINNATI — Tippecanoe’s Sydney Lange saw her season come to an end competing at the Division I district girls golf tournament Tuesday at Glenview Golf Course as she finished tied for 46th individually.