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  • Overall Record: 5 - 6
  • Conference Record: 0 - 2
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Troy’s Holycross signs with Tiffin – Troy Daily News

By David Fongdfong@troydailynews.comTROY —Alaura Holycross will never forget the first time she picked up a shot put.That’s mostly because the Source: Troy’s Holycross signs with Tiffin – Troy Daily News

Alaura Holycross Signs With Tiffin

Alaura Holycross signed her letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Tiffin University.  Alaura will participate on the track team for the Dragons next fall.

Girls Basketball Tournament Tickets

The Troy Girls basketball team will play their opening round sectional game on Sat. Feb. 17, 6:00 PM at Vandalia Butler HS SAC vs. Springfield High School.  Presale tickets are on sale in the Troy High School Athletic Office for $6.  Troy High School will receive 50% of all presale ticket sold.  ALL tickets at

One lapse costs Trojans – Troy Daily News

By Josh Brown SPRINGFIELD — The Troy girls basketball team knew exactly what Springfield freshman Mickayla Perdue was capable of — and, for the most part, the Trojans did a solid job of limiting her. One lapse, though, was all it took. Perdue hit back-to-back 3-pointers in the third quarter, turning what had been

Trojan girls end skid, top Stebbins 48-35 – Troy Daily News

By Josh Brown RIVERSIDE — After a pair of tough losses, the Troy girls basketball team finally got back on track. And the Trojans picked a good time to do it, too. Troy — loser of three of its last four, but with all three of those losses being non-league games — returned to

Troy offense struggles in loss – Troy Daily News

By Luke Severt For the Troy Daily News TROY — Eleven games into this season, the Troy girls basketball team has scored 15 points or more in a single quarter only four times. On Monday night, Cedarville’s Ise Bolander was able to reach that mark alone, as she led the Indians to a 49-29 victory

Buzzer-beater – Troy Daily News

By Josh Brown TROY — Troy’s MaKenna Taylor was prepared for the worst. “I knew I had to get the rebound, but I thought I was about to get my shot blocked,” she said. As it turns out, she didn’t have to worry. Taylor was all alone to stick back a miss in transition