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  • Utica Redskins guard Tori Minton and St. Francis DeSales’  Maggie Simon jump for a rebound in Wednesday’s Division II Central District semifinal at Gahanna-Lincoln High School. DeSales won, 57-36. style=

    Redskins cool off, fall to DeSales

    Utica Redskins guard Tori Minton and St. Francis DeSales’ Maggie Simon jump for a rebound in Wednesday’s Division II Central District semifinal at Gahanna-Lincoln High School. DeSales won, 57-36. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Fredericktown’s Austin Hathaway (3) drives into the lane in the first half of Wednesday’s Division III sectional final against Amanda-Clearcreek. The Freddies shook off a slow start to win, 40-33. style=

    Freddies avoid upset to Amanda-Clearcreek

    Fredericktown’s Austin Hathaway (3) drives into the lane in the first half of Wednesday’s Division III sectional final against Amanda-Clearcreek. The Freddies shook off a slow start to win, 40-33. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Ronald Hawk of Danville was selected as a winner in “America’s Farmers Grow Communities,” sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Grow Communities gives farmers the opportunity to win a $2,500 donation to their favorite local nonprofit organizations, and farmers in counties that have been declared disaster areas by the USDA due to drought were able to double the donation to $5,000. Hawk was able to place two $2,500 donations, to the Danville Athletic Boosters and Sanctuary Community Action. Hawk will also match Monsanto’s donation of $2,500 for each organization. The presentation was made during halftime of the Danville Sectional final boys basketball game on Wednesday. In the ceremony were, from left: Mike Yoder, Monsanto representative; Arthur Lund; Barb Mickley; Hawk’s son David Hawk, accepting for his father; Shawn Baldridge; and Bob Blubaugh. style=

    Hawk wins, donates prize money

    Ronald Hawk of Danville was selected as a winner in “America’s Farmers Grow Communities,” sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Grow Communities gives farmers the opportunity to win a $2,500 donation to their favorite local nonprofit organizations, and farmers in counties that have been declared disaster areas by the USDA due to drought were able to double the donation to $5,000. Hawk was able to place two $2,500 donations, to the Danville Athletic Boosters and Sanctuary Community Action. Hawk will also match Monsanto’s donation of $2,500 for each organization. The presentation was made during halftime of the Danville Sectional final boys basketball game on Wednesday. In the ceremony were, from left: Mike Yoder, Monsanto representative; Arthur Lund; Barb Mickley; Hawk’s son David Hawk, accepting for his father; Shawn Baldridge; and Bob Blubaugh. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Danville’s Austin Hazen looks to pass while being guarded by Tree of Life’s Markdavid Wright (3) and Josh Winkler in the second quarter of Wednesday’s Division IV sectional final. The Blue Devils won, 69-49. style=

    Hazen leads Devils past Tree of Life

    Danville’s Austin Hazen looks to pass while being guarded by Tree of Life’s Markdavid Wright (3) and Josh Winkler in the second quarter of Wednesday’s Division IV sectional final. The Blue Devils won, 69-49. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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