New Lexington Athletic Director Dan Adams tells WHIZ that Drew Cannon has decided he will play baseball at the University of Dayton. The two-time MVL Football player of the year chose baseball over football and will be a preferred walk-on with the Flyers.
The Lady Muskies will host the NCAA Division III Regional Tournament starting Friday.
Top-seeded Muskingum has a first round bye and will face the winner of Wittenberg and Cabrini on Friday at 3:00. If Muskingum wins that game, it will play the winner of (2) Alma and (3) Bethany. The Lady Bison are the only team to beat the Lady Muskies at home this season.
John Glenn Head Coach Greg Woodard tells WHIZ that Dorian Bass will sign a letter of intent to play basketball at the University of Findlay. Bass was being recruited by some Division I schools in the Patriot and Ivy Leagues, but wanted to go somewhere he could play immediately. Bass will sign the letter at John Glenn High School on Friday morning.
Philo hires Pete Woods as its new head football coach. Woods spent the last five years at Jackson High School, serving this past season as offensive coordinator. Woods won a I-AA National Championship at Marshall University in 1992. He was approved by the Franklin Local School Board Thursday night.
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