The St. Thomas Aquinas girls are hoping their state runner-up effort on the volleyball court carries over to the basketball court Jim Thomas CantonRep.com sports writer LOUISVILLE Can the best season in school history in one sport roll over to the best in another sport?The St. Thomas Aquinas girls basketball team will try and do just that in 2017-18.Less than a week after playing for the Division IV state championship in volleyball, many of those Knights on the team began their basketball...
STATE VOLLEYBALL: Nerves, trying to beat 3,000 opposing fans and one of Ohio's best players and teams proved to be too much for St. Thomas Aquinas in Saturday's Division IV state championship match
Jim Thomas CantonRep.com sports writer
DAYTON New Bremen had Paige Jones, and that was probably enough.
STATE VOLLEYBALL: New Bremen's Paige Jones set records in the semifinals, but St. Thomas Aquinas will throw a well-balanced team at the Cardinals as they seek a championship Jim Thomas CantonRep.com sports writer DAYTON There is a good reason 27-1 New Bremen is in Saturday's 1 p.m. Division IV state championship volleyball match against 23-3 St. Thomas Aquinas.Her name is Paige Jones.The 6-foot-1 senior obliterated the state record books in Thursday's 22-25, 25-16, 25-23, 25-18 victory...
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