Ross hoping to make noise in SWBL and continue high-level play coming off 20-win campaign in 2023

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Ross High School's Nolan Ponder is out at first base March 21, 2024, during a baseball scrimmage at Batavia. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

ROSS TOWNSHIP — Ross High School’s baseball team enjoyed plenty of success last season, putting up a 20-7 record and finishing second behind Harrison in the Southwest Ohio Conference.

But the Rams’ opening-game exit in the Division I sectional — 20th-seeded Hamilton came to No. 9 Ross and won 1-0 in eight




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