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Bdub’s Blazin Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Aaron & Jenna Stone for being selected as the Buffalo Wild Wings Blazin Athlete of the Week.

Boys’ Basketball vs. Celina

The boys’ basketball teams will be playing Celina on Saturday, February 10, 2018.  Presale tickets for students are on sale in the Troy High School Athletic Office for $4.00 during office hours (7:00 am – 3:00 pm) until Friday, February 9, 2018.  All tickets at the door will be $6.00!  This includes adults, senior citizens,

Troy comes up short vs. Miamisburg – Troy Daily News

By Josh Brown jbrown@aimmediamidwest.com TROY — Troy boys basketball coach Paul Bremigan said he doesn’t worry about potential tournament seeding until after the draw itself. After Saturday’s effort, his Trojans’ potential postseason opponents may have more to think about when the time comes to go up on the board. Facing a Miamisburg team that will

Winning for the seniors – Troy Daily News

By Josh Brown jbrown@aimmediamidwest.com TROY — In its 20th game of the season, the Troy girls basketball team finally put together a complete game. And according to coach Aaron Johnson, it came at the perfect time. Sophomore Tia Bass had a double-double and senior Alaura Holycross was in double figures as Troy’s post tandem dominated

Trojans fall – Troy Daily News

By Josh Brown jbrown@aimmediamidwest.com TROY — The Troy boys basketball team entered Friday night on a three-game winning streak — its longest winning streak since the 2012-13 season — having won four of its last five and having already surpassed its win total from last season. Which made the Trojans’ performance against Sidney that much

Moeller now going to Ohio State – Troy Daily News

By David Fong dfong@troydailynews.com TROY — Right around the same time one door was closing for Camryn Moeller, a window was opening. A scarlet-and-gray window of opportunity, that is. “This really is a dream come true,” the Troy senior volleyball player said. “I honestly never thought anything like this could ever happen.” Last November, Moeller