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Calvert uses 8-run sixth to move on

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For five innings of Tuesday's Division IV sectional semifinal, Old Fort's Kaleb Wilkinson was shutting down the Calvert offense. The Old Fort starter was cruising, and went to the bottom of the sixth inning with a 1-0 lead, thanks to a Zach Kohlenberg RBI in the third inning. But six outs ...

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I made a trip to the local cable office this week. I have been a customer of Time Warner, now Spectrum, for a long time. I currently have a package where I bundle my cable, internet and phone. I went to the office because I was, quite frankly, miffed. Let me explain. When my monthly bill ...

Martin, Manning power Tigers

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ATTICA — Brock Martin won three events and Garrick Manning claimed two more and tied for another Tuesday as Seneca East powered past Hopewell-Loudon 89-46 in a dual. Martin captured the shot (47-2) and sprinted to wins in the 100 (11.26) and 200 (23.5) for the Tigers. Manning took the ...

Rams wrap up outright N10 crown

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NORTH ROBINSON — Already assured of at least a share, the only question left for Upper Sandusky was how its third Northern 10 Athletic Conference title would end up. The Rams made sure it would be an outright result. Upper Sandusky (20-4, 15-1 N10) jumped out 4-0 by the end of the second ...

Future TU basketball player

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PHOTO SUBMITTED Old Fort’s Hootie Cleveland signs a letter of intent to play basketball at Tiffin University. Joining him are (front, left) Jeff Cleveland and Liz Marks (back) Jackie Cleveland, Old Fort coach Eric Hoover and Randy Marks.

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5K MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host a 5K Mud Run June 17 at 10 a.m. Also, there will be a kids fun run at 9 a.m. Call (419) 455-4028 for more information or to register. GOLF: The fifth annual Glenn Turner Memorial Outing at Seneca Hills is June 17. It is a four-man scramble format with an ...

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Mohawk's Hannah Jordan pitches during the Division IV sectional semifinal game against Buckeye Central in Sycamore Monday.

15-run 3rd frame buries Bucks

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SYCAMORE — Buckeye Central scored eight runs in the second inning to take control of a Division IV sectional semifinal with Mohawk Monday. However, it wasn’t in control for much longer. Mohawk outdid the Bucks, putting up a 15-run third frame and adding seven more runs in the fourth ...

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TC’s Klepper wins NOL Championship

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SHELBY — All Columbian players at the Northern Ohio League Championships earned all-conference honors while Ben Klepper was crowned first singles champion. Klepper took three straight wins on his way to becoming the last NOL first singles champion. His first win came against Sandusky’s ...

Seneca East takes down Carey, wins N10 Championship

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ATTICA — Seneca East answered a rally with one of its own, then shut down Carey in the top of the seventh Monday to claim an 8-5 win and the outright Northern 10 Athletic Conference title. Carey scored three runs in the top of the sixth to knot the game at 5, but Bo Smith roped a two-out ...

Tiffin golf sits 11th in regionals

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AXTELL, Neb. — With two teams tied for fourth and four teams tied at seventh, Tiffin sits just five strokes out of second place. Central Missouri leads the pack with a 272, while Lindenwood holds second (279) and Great Lake Intercollegiate Athletic Conference foe Saginaw Valley State is ...

’Berg falls to No. 13 Redhawks

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Heidelberg wrapped up its season on Monday with a 10-5 loss to No. 13 La Roche College. Although Heidelberg lost by five, they did have a 5-3 win through six innings before a late inning Redhawk rally led to the win. The Redhawks took advantage of three Prince errors that helped them take the ...

Warriors’ baseball team overwhelms Redskins

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SYCAMORE — Mohawk got plenty of runs early and Carson Weinandy and Parker Brown handcuffed Arcadia’s batters Saturday as the Warriors rolled to a 7-2 win. The Warriors (17-3) plated three in the first inning, one in the second and three in the third to take control early. Weinandy ...

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GOLF: There is still room for two-man scramble handicapped teams for the YMCA League starting May 11. The Fun Night is Thursday. Call Bobby Pollitt at (419) 447-9446 to sign up or if there are any questions. n The fifth annual Glenn Turner Memorial Outing at Seneca Hills is June 17. It is a ...

TU men claim 2nd, women take 4th at GLIAC meet

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ALLENDALE, Mich. — In a field of 13 teams at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships, both Tiffin track and field squads finished in the top four. On the men’s side, there were five athletes winning six events to propel Tiffin to the second spot with 162 ...

TU’s Pipkin and Washington add to NFL hype

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The day former NFL wide receiver and two time Super Bowl champion Nate Washington finally walked across Tiffin University's stage to receive his degree, the Dragons' senior quarterback Antonio "Pip" Pipkin was signed to the Arizona Cardinals. What a day for Tiffin University and the Dragons ...

Tornadoes overpower Redmen at Heminger

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Columbian swept the singles matches Thursday en route to beating Northern Ohio League rival Bellevue 4-1 indoors at Tiffin University's Heminger Center. Both teams are now 9-3 in the league, with Columbian 15-5 overall and Bellevue setting 10-7. “Tough loss tonight, we don't have as much ...

Briefly, May 5

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Woman sentenced to prison A Fostoria woman was sentenced to prison during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom. Ginger R. Loy, 46, entered written pleas of guilty to two counts of trafficking in cocaine, both fifth-degree felonies. Kelbley ...

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 Columbian's Ben Klepper hits the ball during a match against his brother, Will Klepper, who plays for Calvert, in Tiffin Wednesday.

Columbian sweeps in family affair

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In a match between both Tiffin teams, it was Columbian that came out on top with a 5-0 victory. At first singles it was a brotherly affair with Ben Klepper beating hist brother Will 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 singles. No. 2 Hayden Stone and No. 3 Daniel Bupp won by default. In doubles action, the ...

Cook, Warriors hand Tigers first N10 loss

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SYCAMORE — Mohawk did what no Northern 10 Athletic Conference team has been able to do in 2017. It beat Seneca East. Parker Brown went 4 for 4 with two RBIs, and Wyatt Cook and Cole Widmer combined to keep the Tigers offense in check in a 9-2 Warriors' win. With his team leading 4-2 in ...