Latest Huber Heights News and Wayne Warriors Sports
Get the latest news, sports, photos and videos about the Huber Heights, Ohio area.
Brock Turner possibly returning to Ohio this week Brock Turner, who was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman at Stanford University is scheduled for release after three months in a California jail.
TROYTeacher recognizedSusan Dankworth, a fifth-grade teacher at Hook Elementary School in Troy, was one of two teachers from Ohio to receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
IHOP has plans to build another store in the Dayton area at 3320 Benchwood Road in Vandalia, according to city officials.
UPDATE @ 12:08 p.m. (Aug. 29): It could be at least two weeks until prosecutors revisit possible drug charges against a Huber Heights teacher arrested during a drug raid in Kettering Friday, according to prosecutors.
UPDATE @ 12:12 p.m.The two elementary schools — Saint Peter and Monticello — are no longer on lockdown, according to Sgt.
Rapid Fired Pizza is expanding its footprint with the chain’s first Butler County location.The Kettering-based chain — which opened its first restaurant less than a year ago — has signed a lease to open at 7 W.
Madden ‘17, the latest installment of the popular football franchise, was released on Tues, Aug 23. One of the biggest concern for fans is the ratings of each player.
Huber Heights police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect who allegedly stole a pink wallet at Taco Bell, 8158 Old Troy Pike, on Aug.
Huber Heights City Council does not intend to enact moratorium legislation on medical marijuana at this time, city officials said.
UPDATE @ 7:57 a.m. (Aug. 27) Three people are charged with disorderly conduct and one person is in jail following a large fight in Huber Heights Saturday morning, according to dispatchers.
Wayne coach Jay Minton wasn’t sure if ties were still allowable in Ohio high school football (yes).
High school: Stebbins Indians Division: II Region: 8 League/conference and division: GWOC American South.
High school: Springboro Panthers Division: I Region: 4 League/conference and division: GWOC National West (formerly GWOC South).
High school: Sidney Yellow Jackets Division: II Region: Region 8 League/conference and division: GWOC American North (formerly GWOC North).
Coaching turnover has swept through the Greater Western Ohio Conference football teams, meaning the days of head coaches anchoring with a program for several decades or longer are dwindling.
Name: Benjamin JacksonSchool: WayneGrade: Incoming seniorAge: 17Sports: Football, track and fieldClaim to fame/honors: Center and long snapper on state runner-up football team; named first-team All-Greater Western Ohio Conference and all-district; earned special mention All-Ohio; received team’s Pit Dawg award; first year in shot put for track team; carries 4.
It’s probably too much to expect Wayne High School to make another run at an elusive state football championship, but that’s the Warriors’ goal.
Name: Elijah HillSchool: WayneGrade: Finished junior yearAge: 17Sports: Track and fieldClaim to fame/honors: State qualifier with 4x400 relay team that placed eighth; personal best time of 50 seconds in 400; MVP for running events for WayneBet you didn’t know … I love to play Call of DutyWords you live by: Never give up no matter what the circumstances areToughest opponent: CentervilleBiggest influence: My mom, because she tells me to keep going no matter what, and my coachesMeet-day rituals: Listen to musicWhat’s on your bedroom walls: All my medals since eighth grade; framed poster of Tupac and BiggieWhen I’m bored I like to … hang out with friendsFavorite movie: NemoPerson who would play you in a movie: Eddie MurphyFavorite TV show: Walking DeadFavorite musical artist: Drake, Future, Lil WayneFavorite book: Green Eggs and Ham by Dr.
Name: Taylor RobertsonSchool: WayneGrade: Finished sophomore yearAge: 16Sports: Track and field, gymnasticsClaim to fame/honors: State gymnastics champion in all-around in Level 7 and 8 with Dayton Academy of Gymnastics and Dance; has won multiple state titles in gymnastics; two-time regional team member; Visa Nationals all-around silver medalist and bars champion; competes in hurdles, long jump, pole vault, high jump and sometime sprints for Warriors; GWOC long jump champion, Central Division GWOC champion in 100 meter hurdlers; member of world competition all-star cheer teamBet you didn’t know … I can ride a unicycleWords you live by: Success isn’t given, it is earned.
Name: Madison DossSchool: WayneGrade: Recent graduateAge: 17Sports: Track and field, soccerClaim to fame/honors: GWOC athlete of the year junior and senior year; track MVP senior year; set GWOC and school record in open 400 (56.