ZT & Unioto Share SVC Baseball Championship/Unioto Wins Undisputed Softball Crown

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The Unioto Shermans and Zane Trace Pioneers will share the SVC Baseball Championship, as both teams closed conference play Monday with victories. Both have (13-1) SVC records, splitting decisions between them in conference play.

Unioto, who shared the title with Westfall last season, closed out with an 11-1 win over Huntington.

The Pioneers closed with an 8-1 win at Piketon.

In SVC Softball, Unioto’s Lady Shermans bounced back from their extra inning loss last Friday at Adena, beating Huntington 12-1 Monday, while Adena was upset by Westfall, 7-6.

Unioto claims the undisputed SVC softball championship with a (12-2) conference mark, while Adena’s loss closes their SVC season at (11-3).

Unioto Boys Tennis Advances in Post-Season

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Unioto Boys Tennis will advance to the District Team Tournament in Division 2, winning Sectional Titles.

Ashton Sigler/Lucas Hanes won sectionals doubles in straight sets beating Waverly and Circleville. 

Mason Thornsberry/JC Stark also won sectionals in straight sets beating Logan Elm and Circleville. Both double teams will be moving onto district tournament play in Athens.

Mitchell Barnes. Charlie Lewis. JC stark. Mason Thornsberry. Ashton Sigler. Lucas Hanes. Jaidyn McKell. Gordon Sigler. 

Chillicothe Civic Theatre Presents “Hello Dolly” May 12-15

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Chillicothe Civic Theatre gets back on stage with their next production May 12-15, presenting Hello Dolly, at their CCT location at 83 South Walnut Street in Chillicothe.

Mike Smith interviewed CCT’s Mike Ziogas on Litter Media LIVE- Special Edition, where Ziogas talked about the upcoming show, and following presentations of Winnie The Pooh- Kids in early July from their CCT Youth Theatre, then later in the summer a full production for Mary Poppins.

The production will also include a live orchestra, with showtimes of 7pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday (May 12-14) and matinee times of 1:30pm Saturday (May 14) and 1pm Sunday (May 15). 

Tickets can be purchased in advance by going directly to their ticket page at http://cctchillicothe.com/tickets/ and find more information about the CCT on their website https://www.cctoh.org/

To watch our full interview with Mike Ziogas of Chillicothe Civic Theatre, CLICK ON THE INTERVIEW PHOTO BELOW:

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Chillicothe Civic Theatre, Inc (CCT), a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization, was founded on December 11, 1968 for the purpose of serving as a center for persons interested in any phase of theatrical activity, whereby they might advance their knowledge and skills and contribute to the recreational, educational and cultural enrichment of the community.

Board members serve from January 1st to December 31st. If you or anyone you know is interested in serving on the CCT Board, email us for more information. A slate of candidates is compiled by the Nominating Committee and submitted to the Board at the October meeting each year. Voting is conducted at our annual membership meeting in December.