Sliding into spring


The high school spring sports season opened Saturday with several games on tap, including Wilmington High School baseball at home against Little Miami. Wilmington split the doubleheader. In the photo, Hurricane base runner Marlyn Frisco dives into second base while the Panther fielder leaps high into the air to keep the throw from going into centerfield. For more on this game and other results from Saturday, see SPORTS, Pages 11-13.


Mark Huber | News Journal

That split second when a hitter sees the pitch and has to react is one of the toughest decisions in all of sport. Here, the Little Miami pitcher serves one up to Wilmington’s Jordan Ianson while WHS teammate Stephen Krause, 22, leads off second base during Saturday’s first game.


Mark Huber | News Journal

Wilmington’s Brad Keller slides head first into second base during Saturday’s first gam against Little Miami. Keller was safe on the play.


Mark Huber | News Journal

The high school spring sports season opened Saturday with several games on tap, including Wilmington High School baseball at home against Little Miami. Wilmington split the doubleheader. In the photo, Hurricane base runner Marlyn Frisco dives into second base on a steal attempt while the Panther fielder leaps high into the air to keep the throw from going into centerfield. For more on this game and other results from Saturday, see SPORTS, Pages 11-13.

The high school spring sports season opened Saturday with several games on tap, including Wilmington High School baseball at home against Little Miami. Wilmington split the doubleheader. In the photo, Hurricane base runner Marlyn Frisco dives into second base while the Panther fielder leaps high into the air to keep the throw from going into centerfield. For more on this game and other results from Saturday, see SPORTS, Pages 11-13.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BB_wil_friscoslide1_LM-2.jpgThe high school spring sports season opened Saturday with several games on tap, including Wilmington High School baseball at home against Little Miami. Wilmington split the doubleheader. In the photo, Hurricane base runner Marlyn Frisco dives into second base while the Panther fielder leaps high into the air to keep the throw from going into centerfield. For more on this game and other results from Saturday, see SPORTS, Pages 11-13. Mark Huber | News Journal

That split second when a hitter sees the pitch and has to react is one of the toughest decisions in all of sport. Here, the Little Miami pitcher serves one up to Wilmington’s Jordan Ianson while WHS teammate Stephen Krause, 22, leads off second base during Saturday’s first game.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BB_wilm_thepitch_LM-2.jpgThat split second when a hitter sees the pitch and has to react is one of the toughest decisions in all of sport. Here, the Little Miami pitcher serves one up to Wilmington’s Jordan Ianson while WHS teammate Stephen Krause, 22, leads off second base during Saturday’s first game. Mark Huber | News Journal

Wilmington’s Brad Keller slides head first into second base during Saturday’s first gam against Little Miami. Keller was safe on the play.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_BB_wilm_bkellerdives_LM.jpgWilmington’s Brad Keller slides head first into second base during Saturday’s first gam against Little Miami. Keller was safe on the play. Mark Huber | News Journal
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