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  • Yellow Springs, 2009: The Year In Review

    Seventy-two members of the Yellow Springs High School Class of 2009 graduated on Thursday, June 4, at the high school gym, carrying with them high spirits and attitude as they exited the stage.

    Yellow Springs Schools and Sports in 2009

  • Yellow Springs, 2008: The year in review

    At Antioch College’s 156th commencement, graduate Vanessa Little is shown with her dad, Robert. 121 students graduated from the college in April, which closed June 30. Task force conversations continue toward the goal of reopening the college.

    The fate of Antioch College, unknown at the beginning of 2008, remained unknown at year’s end. However, in the intervening 12 months a heart-wrenching story unfolded as a second alumni effort to save the college failed and the college closed its doors.

  • Local face of National Honor

    Yellow Springs High School students inducted into the National Honor Society this year are: from left, front row, Leslie Holland, Amelia Shaw, Ryder Comstock and Olivia Chen; middle row, Max Fleishman, Danielle Doubt, Ellen Swisher, Lydia Stutzman and Lara Donnelly; back row, Eric Rudolf and Eamon Papania.

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  • Seeking baseball coaches

    Yellow Springs Major League is seeking coaches for the 2008 season and a baseball commissioner to run the league. Those interested in either position can contact Chris Lloyd at 767-9318.

  • Major League sign-ups

    A sign-up event for the Yellow Springs Major League Baseball season will take place at the Gaunt Park field on Friday, May 9, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., and on Saturday, May 10, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Boys and girls ages 11 to 14 are eligible to play.

  • McKinney track team sets records

    The McKinney School track team saw four records fall this past weekend at the Troy Christian Invitational on Saturday, May 3. Leading the way for the boys team was eighth grader Logan Norris, who won all three events he entered and set new school records.

  • Bulldog sports roundup

    The YSHS baseball team credited Jamie Kitzmiller (catching) for taking the seventh inning walk with loaded bases that lead to an anticlimactic Bulldog victory against Troy Christian on Monday, May 5. Above, Ethan Brown pitched the winning wood bat game against Troy Christian.

    Rain hampered much of the Bulldog baseball team’s late-season games last week, but allowed Yellow Springs a 7–6 win against Troy Christian on Monday, May 5, to make up for a 5–0 loss to the same team the preceding Thursday, May 1.

  • Antioch College 156th Commencement

    An overflow crowd attended last Saturday’s 156th Antioch College commencement ceremonies at Kelly Hall on the Antioch campus. Pictured are, left, graduate Vanessa Little with her dad, Robert.

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  • Soccer Inc. camps to start in June

    Yellow Springs Soccer Inc. (YSSI) will host summer soccer camps during the week of June 16–20 for kids in Yellow Springs and surrounding areas. This will be the third year for these locally held soccer camps.

  • Sea Dogs to hold stroke clinic in May

    The Sea Dogs will sponsor a competitive swimming stroke clinic from 6–7 p.m., on Monday and Wednesday evenings beginning Monday, May 5, with the last session on Wednesday, June 4. The clinic will be staffed by Sea Dogs coaches, parents, and volunteers.

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