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ShadyBowl Results from 5/12/2018

DeGraff OH: (5/12/18: Shady Bowl Speedway was able to fend off the weather and treat fans to a great night of racing Saturday. The Dave Nagel Excavating Late Models were on hand to run a thirty five lap feature. Rookie Matt Jackson led the field to the green. Jackson led parade until fellow rookie of the year canidate Nic Burnside surged by. It was last weeks winner Josh Smih of Quincy the next to lead the way. Smith led the balance of the race in his Jamie Hunt Motorsports backed ride to notch his second straight win. Fast qualifier Don Mahaffey Jr. was second, with Jim Lewis Jr. third, Mike Ward fourth and Jackson fifth. Burnside was the dash winner with Lewis taking the heat checker.

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Sinclair baseball wins 8th OCCAC Regular Season Title in the last 10 years

Dayton, Ohio – Sinclair’s boys of summer continues to roll with back to back OCCAC regular season baseball title and a record 19 graduates.  Sunday night at the University of Dayton Arena, 19 baseball players received their degrees before boarding a bus to clinch the 2018 OCCAC Conference Championship on Monday.

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Non Wings – Quest Federal Credit Union
Qualifying
1.23S-Kyle Simon, 12.465; 2.97X-Tyler Hewitt, 12.510; 3.2DI-Dustin Ingle, 12.601; 4.24-Landon Simon, 12.629; 5.9N-Luke Hall, 12.679; 6.74-Drew Rader, 12.765; 7.18-Dallas Hewitt, 12.790; 8.24L-Lee Underwood, 12.888; 9.21-Travis Hery, 13.064; 10.5A-Toby Alfrey, 13.149; 11.17-Kevin Myers, 13.193; 12.1H-Korbyn Hayslett, 13.260; 13.71C-Barney Craig, 13.401; 14.96-Riley VanHise, 13.684;

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Jerry Snodgrass Named Next OHSAA Executive Director

Longtime high school coach, athletic director and OHSAA Assistant Director will become OHSAA’s 10th leader

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors has named Jerry Snodgrass as the OHSAA’s next Executive Director. Snodgrass will assume leadership duties in September when Dr. Dan Ross steps down after 14 years at the helm. Snodgrass will be the OHSAA’s 10th leader in its 111th year of service to Ohio schools.

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