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Columbian girls top Lexington

August 30, 2016 With two players under 50, Columbian defeated Lexington 201-218 Monday at Seneca Hills. more »»


August 30, 2016 COLUMBIAN FOOTBALL: Presale tickets for Friday's game at Bryan will be on sale from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. See Patty Davis in the athletic office at Columbian High School. more »»

Stockaders top Mohawk, Edison in tri-match

August 28, 2016 SYCAMORE — With the closest score being 25-18, Old Fort ran through Mohawk and Edison both in three games as Nancy Hoover topped both of her sons’ teams Saturday in a tri-match at Mohawk. more »»

SE, SW’s DeHaven rule at Tiger Classic

August 28, 2016 ATTICA — Two Seneca East runners finished in the top 10 and another two turned in top-25 efforts Saturday to guide the Tigers to the White Division title at the Seneca East Tiger Classic. more »»

Fliers romp over TC

August 27, 2016 CLYDE — A new era began Friday night as first-year Columbian coach Judd Lutz returned to coach his alma mater to face Clyde. It didn’t go as planne. more »»

McComb claws past Blue Devils

August 27, 2016 CAREY — There was no stopping McComb on Friday night. Seriously. At one point, Carey stopped McComb about a foot from the goal line on fourth down. more »»

Senecas run down Chieftains

August 27, 2016 For all of the aerial firepower Calvert has displayed in recent years, coach Todd Fox has continued to insist he has been — and remains — a running coach. more »»

New QB Smith thrives for SE

August 27, 2016 ATTICA — It wasn’t like the switch at quarterback for Seneca East was comparable to replacing an opera singer with a yodeler. more »»

Koerper-led Raiders roll past Redskins

August 27, 2016 ARCADIA — The win was Troy Albright’s first as a head coach, but the night belonged to Andrew Koerper. more »»

Columbian begins Lutz era at Clyde

August 26, 2016 By Zach Baker Sports Editor For the sixth-consecutive year, Clyde and Columbian open the season against each other. more »»

Blue Devils halt Rams’ N10 streak

August 26, 2016 UPPER SANDUSKY — Sydney Kin registered a double-double and Hannah Zimmerman nearly did the same Thursday as Carey snapped Upper Sandusky’s Northern 10 Athletic Conference win strea. more »»

Lady Red bunch up to defeat Columbian girls at Sleepy Hollow

August 26, 2016 CLYDE — Four Bellevue players shot in the 40s Thursday as the Redmen beat Columbian 188-213 in girls golf at Sleepy Hollow. more »»


August 26, 2016 JV VOLLEYBALL: Buckeye Central beat Seneca East 25-14, 25-20. Alissa Daniel led Seneca East with three kills and five digs, and Kayla Snavely had two kills and four digs. more »»

Senecas stumble on road

August 26, 2016 OAK HARBOR — Laura Haley earned Calvert’s lone win Thursday against Oak Harbor as the Senecas fell 4-1 in tennis. Haley beat Christine Bolen 6-0, 6-2 at No. 1 singles for Calvert. more »»

USHS ties Clear Fork

August 26, 2016 BELLVILLE — Cameron Brady’s goal off an Eli Kinley assist with a little less than 10 minutes left in regulation tied Upper Sandusky’s game with Clear Fork at 2. more »»

Truckers roll past Tornadoes with sweep

August 25, 2016 After notching its first win of the season Tuesday against Sandusky, the Columbian tennis team dropped a Northern Ohio League match to Norwalk 5-0 Wednesday. more »»

Heidelberg hires Williams

August 25, 2016 Kelli Williams is getting a little closer to home. more »»

Blue Jackets consistent in win against Stockaders

August 25, 2016 New Riegel got two 40s and three 44s in a win against Sandusky Bay Conference for Old Fort Wednesday at Seneca Hills, 168-200. more »»

Prep football, Week 1: Take it to the

August 25, 2016 Bellevue at Huron 2015 records: Bellevue 10-3; Huron 3-7. 2015: Bellevue, 36-16. Outlook: Bellevue got off to a 1-2 start last season as the Redmen got out of the gate a little slowly in 201. more »»

Davis’ 25 kills not enough as Tornadoes drop match in 5

August 24, 2016 Emily Davis smashed 25 kills and had seven digs, but Columbian was nipped by Fremont Ross in five games, 25-20, 22-25, 25-15, 21-25, 15-13. The Tornadoes fell to 1-2. more »»



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