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  • Local recipients of the John Philip Sousa Award at Monday’s Kiwanis luncheon are, from left, Elijah Brown of Fredericktown, Hannah Smarr of Danville, Rebecca Russell of East Knox, Ali Socie of Centerburg and Ashleigh Williams of Mount Vernon. style=

    Sousa Award recognizes outstanding young musicians

    Local recipients of the John Philip Sousa Award at Monday’s Kiwanis luncheon are, from left, Elijah Brown of Fredericktown, Hannah Smarr of Danville, Rebecca Russell of East Knox, Ali Socie of Centerburg and Ashleigh Williams of Mount Vernon. (Photo by Alan Reed)

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  • Wiggin Street Elementary kindergarten teacher Lori Zolman, left, presents a Behind the Scenes award to foster grandmother/volunteer Marge Kleer on Monday at the Mount Vernon school board meeting. style=

    Short, others recognized for commitment to children

    Wiggin Street Elementary kindergarten teacher Lori Zolman, left, presents a Behind the Scenes award to foster grandmother/volunteer Marge Kleer on Monday at the Mount Vernon school board meeting. (Photo by Pam Schehl)

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  • Fredericktown’s Matt Smith hits the game-winning single in the seventh inning of Monday’s Division III district semifinal at Worthington Kilboune High School while West Jefferson catcher Cameron Corner looks on. The Freddies won, 3-2. style=

    Smith gets walk-off single for Fredericktown

    Fredericktown’s Matt Smith hits the game-winning single in the seventh inning of Monday’s Division III district semifinal at Worthington Kilboune High School while West Jefferson catcher Cameron Corner looks on. The Freddies won, 3-2. (Photo by Bez Saciri)

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  • The best athletes and coaches of the Mid-Buckeye Conference were honored at the annual spring banquet in Bellville. Winning awards are, front row from left, Northridge’s Bobbi Jones, Softball Coach of the Year; Northridge’s Kassie Davidson, Softball Player of the Year; Fredericktown’s Sarah Fowler, Girls Runner of the Year; Fredericktown’s Carolyn Webster, Girls Field Events MVP; and Fredericktown’s Bob Geiger, Boys Track Coach of the Year. Back row, from left, Loudonville’s Austin Carey, Boys Field Events MVP; Northridge’s Jeff Wilson, Baseball Coach of the Year; Centerburg’s Robert Hakes, Boys Runner of the Year; and Fredericktown’s Will Hartley, Boys Track Coach of the Year. Not pictured: Fredericktown’s Matt Smith, Baseball Player of the Year. style=

    Freddies, Vikings lead award winners

    The best athletes and coaches of the Mid-Buckeye Conference were honored at the annual spring banquet in Bellville. Winning awards are, front row from left, Northridge’s Bobbi Jones, Softball Coach of the Year; Northridge’s Kassie Davidson, Softball Player of the Year; Fredericktown’s Sarah Fowler, Girls Runner of the Year; Fredericktown’s Carolyn Webster, Girls Field Events MVP; and Fredericktown’s Bob Geiger, Boys Track Coach of the Year. Back row, from left, Loudonville’s Austin Carey, Boys Field Events MVP; Northridge’s Jeff Wilson, Baseball Coach of the Year; Centerburg’s Robert Hakes, Boys Runner of the Year; and Fredericktown’s Will Hartley, Boys Track Coach of the Year. Not pictured: Fredericktown’s Matt Smith, Baseball Player of the Year. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Centerburg Trojans second baseman Logan Eppich tags out West Jefferson’s Emily Stevenson while Centerburg shortstop Tasha Sears looks on in the second inning of their Division III district semifinal at Pickerington North High School.  style=

    Trojans fall 1-0 to West Jefferson

    Centerburg Trojans second baseman Logan Eppich tags out West Jefferson’s Emily Stevenson while Centerburg shortstop Tasha Sears looks on in the second inning of their Division III district semifinal at Pickerington North High School. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Danville shortstop Kenton Mickley, left, makes a tag attempt on Worthington Christian’s Brian Fields (33) during their Division IV district semifinal baseball game Monday at Hilliard Darby. The Blue Devils lost, 2-1. style=

    Blue Devils’ season ends in district semis

    Danville shortstop Kenton Mickley, left, makes a tag attempt on Worthington Christian’s Brian Fields (33) during their Division IV district semifinal baseball game Monday at Hilliard Darby. The Blue Devils lost, 2-1. (Photo by Fred Main)

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