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Boys Basketball beat Lebanon to end regular season

Springboro faced Lebanon in the last regular-season game and the last time Lebanon and Springboro would play each other in the GWOC. Freshman and JV both won their games. The JV ended the season with a 8-12 record. In varsity action, Springboro came out a little cold from the field but settled down and started

Boys Basketball beat Wayne on Senior Night

The boys’ basketball team took on Wayne Tuesday, February 11th at Dominos Gymnasium. Springboro started 5 seniors Noah Moser, Willieon Yates, Landon Palmer, Drake Nickerson, and Brayden Newsome. In a truly classy move by Wayne they allowed Brayden Newsome (knee injury) to start his last game at Springboro and receive the tip-off. A quick violation

Girls Soccer Coach Eric Detmer Stepping Down After 14 Seasons

On Wednesday, February 12th, 2020 the winningest Girls Soccer Coach in Springboro history,  Eric Detmer, turned in his letter of resignation. Coach Detmer led the Springboro Panthers Girls Soccer program for 14 years, his first being in 2006 when Springboro joined the GWOC.  During his tenure, the Panthers compiled a record of 179 – 65

Athlete of the Week: 1/27/2020 – 2/9/2020

Athlete of the Week: 1/27/2020 – 2/9/2020 Male Athlete of the Week Name: Slade Surikov Sport: Hockey Stats: 22 Goals on the Season Coaches Comments: Slade has been a consistent scorer for our team. He leads the Capital Hockey Conference White Division with 22 goals on the season. He is also currently 2nd overall in

8th Grade Boys Basketball Advances to semifinals in GWOC Tournament

The Springboro 8th grade blue team advances to the GWOC Jr. High Tournament semifinals with a win over Beavercreek Black 67-39. The team will play Centerville Gold at Miamisburg HS on Thursday at 7:45. Please come out and support these young men as they attempt to reach the GWOC Tournament finals.

Springboro Boys Basketball vs. Trotwood

The Springboro boys basketball team took a trip to GWOC opponent Trotwood on Friday. All three teams were in action. The freshmen won and the JV lost. In varsity action, Trotwood jumped out to an early lead by shooting 5/6 from the 3. Springboro gained its composure and trailed by 6 21-27 heading in the