Articles by YS News Staff :: Page 134

  • David McLellan

    David Stanley McLellan, a retired professor of political science at Miami University and the author of several books about international affairs, died Sunday, Feb. 21, at his home in Yellow Springs. He was 85.

  • Hellen O’Neal McCray

    Hellen O’Neal McCray, Freedom Rider, Springfield City elementary school teacher, Wilberforce University professor and civil rights and community activist, died Feb. 24 at 10:45 a.m. after a year’s battle with cancer. She was 68.

  • Bulldog Sports round-up

    Left, senior Ryan Phillips shot six points for the Bulldogs in their 68–45 win against Emmanuel Christian in the first round of Div. IV sectional play on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 28. Right, Amber Dudgeon looked for a pass around Franklin-Monroe on Thursday, Feb. 25, during the opening round of the YSHS girls basketball Div. IV sectional tournament. Yellow Springs lost 73–36.

    The high school swimming season ended this past weekend with Erika Chick and Elizabeth Malone’s combined scores giving Yellow Springs a 13th place finish. Chick, a sophomore, brought home two bronze medals from the State meet. Chick placed third in the 200-meter freestyle with a time of 1:53.03. She also finished third in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:03.03.

    Elizabeth Malone, also a sophomore, placed 10th overall in the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:00.15 and 12th in the 200 IM with a time of 2:12.71. For the fifth time in 10 years, the Bulldog boys basketball team finished its regular season in first place in the Metro Buckeye Conference with an 11–1 league record and a 15–3 season record, putting the team in a class with just a handful of other teams in the school’s history. The girls basketball team lost 73-36 to Franklin-Monroe in their first tournament game. Amber Dudgeon had 14 points and Maryah Martin put up 12.

  • Worth about 1170 words

    Longtime villager Katherine Kadish is being honored by the Dayton Art Institute with an exhibit, “Katherine Kadish: Seasons,” that runs through April. The exhibit, in the museum’s north and south galleries, features paintings and monotypes from Kadish’s award-winning career. Read the story on page 7 of this week's issue.

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  • The confidence for the Conference

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  • Ellie Ridinger

    Ellie Ridinger died Tuesday, Feb. 16. She was 93.

  • Bulldog Sports round-up

    Yellow Springs High School students have been staying warm this winter shooting hoops. At left, senior Kody McDonald contributed to the 67–41 Bulldog win last Friday, Feb. 19, over Xenia Christian on Senior Night; on the right, Amber Dudgeon led the Lady Bulldogs in scoring against Troy Christian on Thursday, Feb. 18, but her team lost 42–25.

    Two YSHS swimmers qualified at the district meet at Miami University last Friday and Saturday to advance to the Div. II state meet, to be held this weekend in Canton. Taylor Ford, Erika Chick and Elizabeth Malone represented Yellow Springs and brought home two wins for the school.

  • Bye-bye-athlon

    Robert Hasek got his wintertime thrills, making his way home in the dusky hours over a fresh blanket of snow through Beatty Hughes Park last week, which his daughter, Olivia, almost 3, tolerated heroically.

    Robert Hasek got his wintertime thrills, making his way home in the dusky hours over a fresh blanket of snow.

  • Michael V. McCann

    Michael V. McCann died Monday, Feb. 1, in his home, surrounded by family. He was 62.

  • Jo Ann Molk

    Jo Ann Molk of Yellow Springs died Monday, Feb. 1. She was 79.

  • Girls basketball loses two

    The Lady Bulldogs basketball team suffered another tough loss against Jefferson, 45–35 on Monday, Feb. 1, and then lost to Middletown Christian, 40–31, on Thursday, Feb. 4.

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