Sixty acres of prairie grass was burned Monday at Honey Run Highlands Park as a means to rejuvenate and enrich the soil. A series of small controlled burns took place throughout the day with experienced volunteers. (Photo by Chuck Martin)
Fredericktown’s Allison Whaley (15) collides with Northridge shortstop Savannah Legg as Whaley attempts to steal second base during their game Monday at Fredericktown. Whaley was out on the play and the Freddies fell to Northridge, 3-1, in Mid-Buckeye Conference play. (Photo by Fred Main)
Members of the East Knox Bulldogs mob freshman Zach Hill, center with helmet, after Hill hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning of Monday’s game against Danville. The Bulldogs won, 11-2. (Photo by Bill Davis)
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