Patriots win again
DAYTON — Stafford Stevens scored a team-best 27 points, and Eli Ramsey scored eight points and snared 10 rebounds, as Carroll’s boys basketball team upset No. 6 seeded Dayton Ponitz, 45-43, Saturday at University of Dayton Arena to claim the Division II sectional title. No individual statistics were reported by Ponitz.
Carroll (12-12) will now face Cincinnati Taft in the district title game, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesda7, March 8 at UD Arena. After finishing last in the Greater Catholic League’s Co-Ed North division, the Patriots have defeated Dayton Meadowdale, third-seeded Kettering Alter and now Ponitz in the post season.
Beavers bested by West
SHARONVILLE — Beavercreek’s girls basketball team fell Saturday, March 4 to Greater Miami Conference champion West Chester Lakota West, 53-51, at Princeton High School. No individual statistics were reported by either school. Lakota West, the state’s No. 2-ranked team in the final regular season Associated Press poll, now has a 24-2 record. Beavercreek ends its season at 17-9.
SPRINGFIELD — The Shamrock 5-Kilometer run, set for Saturday, March 11 at Buck Creek Reservoir, 1901 Buck Creek Lane in Springfield, is donating a portion of their entry fees to the family of Carly DeLong, a Catholic Central High School freshman whoh has been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Cost is $20 for preregistered students, $25 on race day, $25 for preregistered adults ($30 race day). Fans and friends can donate to #COURAGEFORCARLY without running the race. For more details, send email to: email@example.com.
GREENE COUNTY — The Clodbuster Base Ball Club was formed 28 years ago to demonstrate and enjoy the early years of the great American game of base ball. The team will play the game according to the rules of 1860 and dress in “uniforms” that would be appropriate for a farm community club in Ohio in the early 1860s. Matches are scheduled with other “vintage” clubs from around the area during the summer, and often participate in festivals and tournaments. Players range in age from their mid-20s to their late-50s, with some scorers, umpires, and historical interpreters still active into their early 70s.
The meeting will be 1 p.m. March 12 to learn more about the Clodbuster Base Ball Club. For additional information or if you have questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beavercreek adult softball
BEAVERCREEK — Beavercreek Parks, Recreation, and Culture Department is currently accepting registrations for Summer Adult Softball for coed and men’s teams.
For fees and times contact the parks department. The league fees include team sanctioning, softballs, umpire fees, and awards. The season runs from April 17 to July 25 with all games played at Rotary Park. Contact the Beavercreek Parks, Recreation, and Culture Department at 937-427-5514 or email email@example.com for league information and availability. View all activities at city website, www.beavercreekohio.gov.
Tai Chi classes offered
BEAVERCREEK — Improve your health, balance and manage stress by enrolling in Beginning Tai Chi for Health and Wellness class offered by Beavercreek Parks, Recreation & Culture. Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition that, today is practiced as a graceful form of exercise. It involves a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing.
Class is scheduled for Wednesdays, April 5 – May 13, 6-7 p.m. at C. I. Beaver Hall, 3696 Highmont Street. Fee is $45 for residents; $52 for non-residents.
Contact the Beavercreek Parks, Recreation and Culture Department at 427-5514, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. View all activities at City website www.beavercreekohio.gov.
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