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NEW MIDDLETOWN OH- Here comes Springfield ready or not. They have been led to the mountain tops yet again.  For the second straight season the Tigers have won a district championship, and earned a trip to regional semifinals.  The Tigers knew coming in to this season that to compete at a regional level they would need to level up on defense.  They have absolutely done that. The Tigers defense has only given up 33.8 points per game.  One of the hallmarks of their stout defense is Ava Vecchione.

Ava has had the hard task this season of being put on every opponents best scorer.  The Tigers coaching staff trusts her the most for guarding talent.  Ava knew how much her defense would be relied on coming in to the year. She worked almost exclusively on her defensive craft heading into the year.  Ava averages over a steal per game as the Tigers average over 10 per game.  Ava has also increased her ball handling ability. She has become a great facilitator on the offense. She averages 2 assists per game.  She has scored over 100 points this season, and averages 4.5 per contest.  She is a Vidal asset in the Tigers success and we had to make sure she didn’t go under the radar.

Ava took the time to hop on an interview with YSN’s Anthony Hartwig to talk about her season, and the Tigers success.  They talk about the uprising of this program, the work she put in in the off-season, and so much more. Check out the latest Springfield Player Profile only on YSN.

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SEBRING OH- Another season has come and gone with the Springfield Tigers still dominating the MVAC. The Tigers completed a season sweep of their conference Friday night with a 49-0 rout of Sebring.

The Tigers had this one put away at the break. They jumped out to a 42-0 lead as they went to the locker room. Bo Snyder set the tone for the Tigers with a 20 yard scoop and score for a touchdown to put the Tigers on the board. Aaron Groner would also add a defensive score with an interception return.

Springfield finished the season at 7-0 in the conference and 9-1 overall. They will await their pairing in the OHSAA state playoffs. Stay tuned to YSN for the latest coverage of the postseason.



Haleigh McCalla didn’t allow a single run against Waterloo, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Springfield to a 3-0 victory over Waterloo on Monday

The pitching was strong on both sides. McCalla struck out 16, while Waterloo pitching sat down 13.

McCalla pitched Springfield to victory. She surrendered zero runs on two hits over seven innings, striking out 16.

The Tigers  racked up six hits. McCalla and Emily Gerthung each racked up multiple hits. Gerthung and McCalla each collected two hits to lead.

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