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This high school baseball team lost every game for 3 years. They never gave up.
Baseball team lost for 3 years running, yet never gave up Martins Ferry Times Leader
CINCINNATI (AP) — As he stands in the dugout watching his team take the field on a sunny April afternoon, Fred James thinks today might be the day. Because ...
Dirty Dining: How clean is your kids' school cafeteria? WCPO
Across Greater Cincinnati, school cafeterias and daycare facilities tend to have fewer health code violations than other kinds of food-*service* providers. But there ...
The heavy toll of having less Cincinnati.com
All families make decisions about money. How much to spend. How much to save. What to do when there's not enough. Having less has always made those ...
Does slavery await father of 5 from Lockland fighting deportation back to Mauritania? Cincinnati.com
Cincinnati's Mauritanian-American community braces against 'zero-tolerance' immigration policy that could send asylum seekers back to slavery.
Lockland school audit: more cuts Cincinnati.com
Efficiency audit recommends $755k in cuts. Lockland agrees to cut teachers, but keeps sports teams.
This high school baseball team lost every game for 3 years. They never gave up. Cincinnati.com
Editor's note: This is an excerpt from the next installment of The Long, Hard Road, an Enquirer special section published last week on Cincinnati.com.
Glory Days: Lockland Wayne 1st all-black state champion Cincinnati.com
Lockland Wayne was 1st from Hamilton County to win a Class B state title March 22, 1952.
Book highlights Lockland’s 1955 ‘Fields’ of dreams Cincinnati.com
Scorekeeper shares memories of the Lockland team that captured 1955 Class B state title.
Quick hits: Lockland athletic trainer wins Gatorade award; Marlins swimmers break records Cincinnati.com
Here are quick hits of briefs from the high school sports community.
Bengals help Cincinnati school build new football field WXIX
A Cincinnati school is getting a new football field thanks to the Bengals.
Lockland school leaders to decide on August levy Cincinnati.com
The levy would cost the owner of a $100000 home an additional $1120 a year.
Moeller football to play 1st game ever on campus WCPO
SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Moeller's varsity football team will play a game on campus for the first time in school history in October. The Crusaders will host ...
Bengals and NFL Foundation Donate $150,000 to La Salle High School for New Football Field Bengals.com
The Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL Foundation teamed up to contribute $150000 to the La Salle High School athletic department, topping off a fundraising ...
Fairborn coach to interview for Lakota East football position Dayton Daily News
LIBERTY TWP. — The Lakota East High School head football coaching position attracted 31 applicants.
Preview: McDonough’s return sure to fuel St. Xavier baseball Cincinnati.com
It's that time of the year again when America's pastime moves to the forefront of the sports world. The high school baseball season is 10 days away, so here's a ...
Ohio students to test drive new Common Core exams; See what schools will take part here The Plain Dealer
Schools across Ohio will try out new Common Core tests this spring, but don't look for scores for your child. This round of tests is to just try out the tests ...
Thomas Berger, ‘Little Big Man’ Author, Is Dead at 89 New York Times
Mr. Berger was known as the author of “Little Big Man” and books that explored the American West, but his body of work was broader than that.
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