Newport Central Catholic advanced to the All ‘A’ state tournament for the first time since 2011 with wins over Lloyd and St. Henry.
Junior shortstop Jake Whitford drove in both Highlands runs as the Bluebirds edged Cincinnati Elder.
Conner needed two unanswered runs in the final three innings to give Brad Arlinghaus a share of the Cougars’ all-time coaching wins record.
Junior right-hander Haylee Smith tossed a one-hitter, giving her a 5-0 record as Notre Dame blanked Campbell County.
Junior Austin Hussey and freshman Anthony Bosch remained undefeated at first and second singles, respectively as Covington Catholic edged Lexington Christian.
Freshman first baseman Sterling Hamilton singled home two runs in the top of the sixth to lift Lloyd to a win over Bellevue.
Senior right-hander Anna Clements tossed a one-hitter as Holy Cross rolled to a win over Villa Madonna in the All ‘A’ Classic.
Seniors Ty Meyer and Luke Rolf won while playing together at first doubles for the first time as Newport Central Catholic edged St. Henry.
Sophomore Audrey North won both of her sets at first singles without losing a game in St. Henry’s win over Campbell County.
Freshman right-hander Haley Meyers threw her second career no-hitter as Newport Central Catholic blew out Ludlow in the first round of the All ‘A’ Classic at Beechwood.
Beechwood scored four runs in the top of the first and never looked back in a win over St. Henry in an All ‘A’ semifinal.
Sophomores Mason Geiman and Jake Walters won all 12 games in their two-set victory at first doubles as Campbell County beat Holy Cross.
Senior catcher Blake Gay drove in three runs as Scott beat Walton-Verona.
Notre Dame won both of its games in the Strike Out Cancer tournament on Saturday.
The first doubles tandem of seniors C.J. Moellering and Danny Schlachter improved to 4-0 on the season as Covington Catholic blanked Conner.
Ludlow senior right-hander Jerad Howard carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning, and struck out 11 in 6 1/3 innings as the Panthers beat Williamstown.
Junior right-hander Katlyn Hoeh threw a three-inning perfect game, the first of her career in Newport’s win over Bellevue.
Junior Austin Hussey did not lose a game in his two sets at first singles as Covington Catholic edged Elder.
Senior Skyler Petty won all but one game en route to her second-singles win as Dixie Heights beat Conner.
Holmes' junior right-hander Daniel Logan stranded the tying runner at third.
Luke Kennard gave his verbal commitment to Coach Mike Krzyzewski and the Duke University Blue Devils Monday evening at Franklin High School.
Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio's Ms. Basketball, saved for the best for last.
Kelsey Mitchell was a unanimous choice as the 27th annual Associated Press Ms. Basketball winner.
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