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Harris sets meet mark

FREMONT — Calvert's Taylor Harris set a meet record and Columbian's girls claimed second to highlight area efforts Saturday in the Fremont St. Joe Invitational. Norwalk powered past Columbian 381-343 for the girls title, with Upper Sandusky scoring 303 points for fourth. Calvert took eighth ...

Senecas triumph in Willman’s return

It's been a strange beginning of the season for Calvert. But then again, it's more of a weird beginning for long-time coach Ted Willman, who has been recovering from surgery and away from the sidelines. Willman returned  Saturday night as the Senecas ran away from Arcadia, 56-27, in a ...

Rams hold off Bucks to stay perfect

NEW WASHINGTON — Upper Sandusky doubled up Buckeye Central in the first quarter and withstood a rally in the fourth Saturday to stay unbeaten with a 56-50 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win. The Rams (7-0, 3-0 N10) led 48-33 at the end of the third quarter, but were outscored 17-8 in the ...

McCormick’s 26 leads Dragons in victory over Grand Valley State

ALLENDALE, Mich. — Fresh off an upset over No. 1 Saginaw Valley State last Saturday, Tiffin went on the road and topped Grand Valley State 80-72 Saturday as Khaleal McCormick had a big day for the Dragons. It was just the second time in program history the Dragons defeated the Lakers, and ...

DeBold claims crown for Tigers

MAPLETON — Teryn Debold took first and two teammates ended second Saturday to guide Seneca East to fourth at the Mapelton Dave Rohr Invitational. Debold captured the 132-pound title, leading the Tigers to 152 points.Jon Margraf (113) and Brock Martin (195) added the runner-up ...

Old Fort holds off Blue Jackets

OLD FORT — It was a typical New Riegel-Old Fort game Friday night. A Tough, hard-nosed close contest. Old Fort led New Riegel for nearly the whole game, but never by more than 10. The Blue Jackets made their move near the end of the game to take a 45-44 lead on a Lucas Williams 3-pointer ...

Willard makes shots, upends TC

Willard played at a quick tempo, and found success.The Flashes pushed on offense and pressed on defense. Then they got hot from the floor. It all added up to a 26-9 start and a 67-54 win over the Tornadoes. Willard played a little tight early, turning the ball over five times in the first ...

Lakota tops Calvert for first victory

KANSAS — What a difference a few makes make. Lakota, which has struggled at the offensive end throughout the year, found the range in a big way in the second half and dumped Calvert 52-38 in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division game here Friday. Down 23-21 at the half after managing ...

Buckeye Central catches fire in second quarter, upsets Seneca East

NEW WASHINGTON — Buckeye Central rallied for the lead in the second quarter before storming off in the third Friday for a 60-49 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win over previously unbeaten Seneca East. Seneca East led 14-8 at the first stop, but the Bucks (1-3, 1-1 N10) countered for a ...

Redmen storm off in fourth against Truckers

NORWALK — Casey Santoro and Liz Ish each netted eight points in the fourth quarter Friday to help Bellevue turn a close Northern Ohio League game with Norwalk into a 60-49 triumph. The teams ended each of the first two quarters tied and Bellevue inched out to a 40-37 edge by the end of the ...

Redmen slip past TC twice

FOSTORIA — Fostoria's boys rallied in the baker games and the girls were just a little bit better in both facets of the game against their Columbian counterparts Tuesday as the Redmen swept a pair of victories. The Redmen boys won four of the five baker games and tied in the other to ...

Adelsperger joins 1,000-point club in Old Fort win

FREMONT — It took a while, but Alli Adelsperger reached a milestone. Then she led Old Fort to victory. Adelsperger entered the game four points shy of 1,000 in her career, but had just a 3-pointer in the second quarter, a period in which Fremont St. Joe stymied Old Fort's offense to ...

Whippets use big first-quarter run to defeat Tornadoes

SHELBY — It was more than a blink of an eye. But not much more. Columbian's Jared Akers hit a couple 3-pointers during a three-plus-minute span early in the first quarter for his only points of the night. But what transpired between those shots made all the difference. That's when ...

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Eastwood heats up, overwhelms Fostoria

FOSTORIA — Eastwood combined good shooting with 21 Fostoria turnovers Thursday to claim a 61-38 Northern Buckeye Conference win. The Eagles (3-0, 2-0 NBC) shot better than 53 percent (23 for 47) from the field and went 11 for 14 on foul shots.Logan Frobose and Cade Boos each scored 13 ...

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Columbian falls to Bellevue, beats Ontario

SHELBY — The Columbian wrestling team won a match and lost a match in a quad-meet with Bellevue and Ontario — which was hosted by Shelby  — Wednesday. Columbian took the win over Ontario 66-12, and lost to Bellevue 42-34. At 120, Andrew Branson also went 2-0 as he won both of his ...

Tornadoes’ teams pile up wins at Margaretta

CASTALIA — Both the boys and girls swim teams competed in a tri-meet hosted by Margaretta on Wednesday. St. Joe also was there. Columbian's Izzy Lewis won the 200 IM in 2:45.28, and the 100 breast in 1:20.01), while teammate Anna Fletcher  took the 50 free in 26.89 and the 100 fly in ...

BC’s pressure too much for Blue Jackets

NEW WASHINGTON — Buckeye Central girls coach Greg Moore said he likes playing an up-tempo game on both sides of the floor. New Riegel knew that, but couldn't handle the full-court pressure applied by the Bucks as the Blue Jackets turned the ball over 12 times in the first half (20 in the ...

Blue Devils romp Warriors

SYCAMORE — Sydney Kin turned in a double-double and Carey's defense bottled up Mohawk in a 52-25 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win Tuesday. Kin keyed the winners with 25 points and 12 rebounds, helping the Blue Devils (3-2, 2-1 N10) hold a 35-23 advantage on the boards. Jessica Johnson ...