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Local High School Sports Teams Go Red for Heart Month

February 02, 2015

February is Heart Month. To help raise awareness of the need for heart health screenings, Kettering Sports Medicine, Dayton Sports Medicine Institute, Kettering Heart and Vascular Health, and local high schools are partnering to hold “Red Games” at athletic events in February.

Kettering Sports Medicine and Dayton Sports Medicine Institute provide athletic training services to 28 area high schools and colleges. Kettering Heart and Vascular Health will provide information on heart health screenings, and small red basketballs will be thrown into the stands.

“Red Games” will be observed at the following varsity basketball games (home teams are in UPPERCASE): 

Tuesday, February 3

OAKWOOD vs. Franklin

Wednesday, February 4

GREENON vs. Graham

Friday, February 6

ALTER (boys) vs. CJ

CARROLL vs. Fenwick

TECUMSEH vs. Tippecanoe


STEBBINS vs. Springfield Shawnee

WAYNESVILLE vs. Milton Union

EATON vs. Valley View

Saturday, February 7

ALTER (girls) vs. Fenwick

MEADOWDALE vs. Jefferson

VALLEY VIEW vs. Vandalia Butler

Monday, February 9

PONITZ (girls) vs. Meadowdale

Tuesday, February 10

PONITZ (boys) vs. Meadowdale

KETTERING vs. Centerville

MIAMI VALLEY vs. Seven Hills


Thursday, February 12

SPRING VALLEY vs. Germantown Christian

Friday, February 13


Saturday, February 14

SINCLAIR vs. Lakeland Community

DUNBAR vs. Akron Buchtel

Sunday, February 15

XENIA CHRISTIAN vs. Emmanuel Christian

Wednesday, February 18

STIVERS vs. Dunbar 

Friday, February 20

CEDARVILLE vs. Northeastern

TWIN VALLEY SOUTH vs. Tri County North

Saturday, February 21

DAYTON CHRISTIAN vs. Middletown Christian 

NORTHRIDGE vs. Bishop Ready

Statistics show heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the U.S.  Many don’t realize they are at risk because the risk factors can be silent. Heart screening provides a simple way to learn more about the health of your heart and point you in the direction of prevention. For more information about heart screening programs visit