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Our Staff

Chris Vogt, Editor

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Chris Vogt graduated from Miami University in 2005 with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism. Vogt has written for the Hamilton JournalNews, Cincinnati Enquirer and the Community Press as a freelance sports reporter. He was the owner and operator of The Lindenwald Ledger, a community newspaper located in Hamilton. Vogt is from Hamilton and resides in Fairfield Township.

@vogtcd

Jacob Bingham, Sports Writer

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Jacob Bingham is a local sports blogger looking to expand his writing abilities into the prep scene. Bingham is from Milford, OH.

@JacobBCHSS

Matt Vogt, Photographer

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Matt Vogt has been a photographer since 2006. He was a photographer for The Lindenwald Ledger from 2006 to 2016. Vogt is from Hamilton and resides in Fairfield.

@MattBCHSS

A.J. Fullam, Photographer

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A.J. Fullam is a local photographer. The Report is fortunate to have combined forces with AJ, as he is the owner and operator of 6SPhoto.com. He is from Fairfield and resides in Monroe.

@6SPhoto

Joey Vogt, Commentator

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Joey Vogt is a color commentator for the BCHSS Report's Radio Network.

@JoeyBCHSS

Ken Brunner, Marketing

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Ken Brunner has been in the marketing field since graduating from the Ohio State University.

@KenBrunner

Jimmy Vogt, Photographer

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Jimmy is a novice photographer, aiming to provide as much help with promoting local high school athletics through his images. He lives in Fairfield.

PERFORMER OF THE SEASON AWARD

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The Butler County High School Sports Report recognizes the area's Top Performer for each of the three sports seasons during the athletic school year. The winner of the fall, winter and spring sports seasons will be presented with a personalized award.


The criteria for student athletes to qualify for the award are based on the following:


- The BCHSS Report's social media Twitter poll results collectively throughout the respective seasons.

- Athletic achievements obtained during the season.

- Results from the BCHSS Report's fan nominee submission form at the top of this web page. (Only one submission per email address will be counted.)


The BCHSS Report staff will review the following criteria received and will ultimately make the decision through a voting process.


We thank you for your continued readership!


- The BCHSS Report Staff

BCHSSReport Radio NETWORK

2019 Spring Schedule

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Thurs. 3/28 Norwood at Cin. Christian, 5 p.m., Baseball

Sat. 4/6  Monroe at Dayton Stebbins, 2 p.m., Baseball

Tues. 4/23  Talawanda at Hamilton, 5 p.m., Softball

Mon. 5/6  Ross at Badin, 7 p.m., Baseball

Thurs. 5/9  Monroe at Ross, 5 p.m., Baseball

LIVE COVERAGE HERE!

Dates and times are subject to change according to weather and availability of streaming connectivity

OUR MISSION

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Our mission here at the Butler County High School Sports Report is to foster a gathering place of local high school athletics — where all stories can be told, where all accolades can be honored and where all achievements are justifiably credited. We are not limited to print space or corporate influence. We will chase the story that needs to be told. We do this because too many stories in fact go untold, too many athletes go unnoticed and too often much is unreported or forgotten. We will, from this moment forward, chronicle the exploits of the under-appreciated prep athletes in the Butler County, Ohio area.


We take pride in the many platforms we use to deliver your Butler County high school sports news and information — through our online website, YouTube live broadcast channel and in-depth video interview features.


We also take pride in our efforts to network with all 13 Butler County high schools, helping aspiring students to showcase their sports journalism and photojournalism work as a resumè builder for the future.