Dayton Television, the local TV Station, has 3 shows up for nomination, including fast rising sports show Dayton HS Sports.
Dayton HS Sports, The Funk Chronicles & Have Ghosts, Will Travel will look to win in their respective categories today.
Dayton HS Sports was nominated for best Sports Entertaiment TV Series. This is the first time the show has been nominated for a National Award. The show is produced by Deon Cash and features the top players, coaches, legends, and pros in the Dayton area.
The show is hosted by Cash, Lorenzo Smith, Deon Weatherspoon, Derrick Shepard, and Robert Brown.
The Funk Chronicles was nominated for Best Music TV Series. They have won twice already and could be headed for a 3-peat.
The show has featured some of the greatest old school artists in music, and has set the bar as the premiere show on Dayton Television and in the Midwest.
The show is hosted by former Dayton Mayor Rhine McLin.
Have Ghosts, Will Travel was nominated for best Editing. Pat Hughes is the Editor for the show.
Dayton Television has produced numerous winners at the Henry T Philo Awards, which was established over 30 years ago and is considered one of the biggest and most authentic Award Shows in the Midwest.
The Philo Awards pits the best Shows throughout the Midwest States.
Hargrove decommits from Bowling Green
Raveion Hargrove, the star RB from Trotwood who is obliterating the defenders and the record books, has decommitted from Bowling Green sources say.
Hargrove, one of the very best RB's in the country, committed to the Falcons a while ago, but after consulting with family and sources, he has decided to reopen the recruitment.
Could it be possible that Hargrove could be headed to a bigger program?
Hargrove currently is the star player for the best team in Ohio in the Trotwood Rams, who sit at #1 in the OHSAA D-2 Polls.
Despite his height, Hargrove, is a complete back who can do it all, and boasts the type of talent NFL teams will look at, no matter where he goes to college.
Will be interesting to see which Big 10 or SEC school will look to snag the 5-star recruit.