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2022

Sports Section :: Page 12

  • Headstrong

    Above, from left, Yellow Springs players Eli Eyrich, Dylan Mapes, Yanne Gilley, Finn Bledsoe and Cedar Palmer clustered around the goal as Bledsoe headed the ball into the goal at the 6th Annual Yellow Springs High School Boys Pre-Season Soccer Tournament. (Photo by Kathleen Galarza)

    The 6th Annual Yellow Springs High School Boys Pre-Season Soccer Tournament was held over the weekend, with over 30 teams from across the state participating.

  • Perry League — Tiny T-ballers beat the heat

    T-baller Luke Miller takes his base decisively at a T-ball game earlier this month. Last Friday’s play took place in 90 degree heat, which did not stop the intrepid athletes. (Photo by Luciana Lieff)

    It was around 90 degrees at 6:30 p.m., and when I got to the field there was not a soul in sight — just me and an empty, oven-hot diamond.

  • Sea Dogs make a splash at championships

    Sea Dog swimmer Natalie Galarza butterflied during the 200-meter individual medley race at the league championships last week. Galarza placed fourth in the event. (Photo by Kathleen Galarza)

    The Sea Dogs had an amazing season this year. This was an exciting summer, with lots of young and new swimmers.

  • Pirates take back lead in Minor League

    The Tom’s Market Pirates reclaimed the top of the Minor League standings going into the final week of play, but their lead is a slim one.

  • Perry League — T-ballers play through rain, rainbows

    Ella Bristline, 3, took off for the base, leaving Topher Besson, 3, on the bag and in the dust on Friday's Perry League T-ball game. (Photo by Luciana Lieff)

    We don’t hear thunder. There were dark clouds to the east of us, and more to the west. But people keep showing up, keep coming to the diamond. We decide to play.

  • Rec League Baseball — Brewers, Pirates tied in Minor League

    Nine year old Frank Machi, of Beavercreek, wound up and let a fierce one fly at Monday evening’s rec league baseball match, pitching for the Ye Old Trail Tavern Cardinals against the Sunrise Cafe Orioles. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    A little more than halfway through the season, the race at the top of the Minor League standings has tightened up

  • Perry League— Where everybody knows your name

    I told Aspen Reitsman, 4, to touch her toe to the home base plate, telling her this gave her a run. “A what? You want me to run?” she asked.

  • Pirates keep up winning streak

    Despite last week’s return of wet weather playing havoc with the rec baseball schedule, the Tom’s Market Pirates solidified their early season minor league lead, winning a pair of games to remain undefeated at 4-0.

  • Adorable new season tees off

    Fiona Garcia, Violet Ficke and Amber Ficke cheesed for the camera at last Friday’s Perry League game — Coach Jimmy was able to fit them into the batting line-up at the proverbial bottom of the ninth. (Submitted Photo by Heather Hunter)

    I got to Gaunt Park later than I planned and was delighted: there were 120 people spread out on their blankets, in their chairs, on both diamonds.

  • Pirates take the lead in Minor League

    The Tom’s Market Pirates have jumped out to an early season lead in the local Minor League after the first full week of play.

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