Sports

Calvert’s Harris wins twice, Rams take second in Lima

Local Sports

LIMA — Calvert’s Taylor Harris won two individual races in the girls meet while Upper Sandusky used its depth to capture a pair of top-five team finishes — second for the boys and fourth for the girls — Thursday at the Lima Central Catholic Holiday Invitational. “I think this is a ...

Rockets power past Fliers for road win

Local Sports

CLYDE — Oak Harbor dominated the first half Thursday en route to beating Clyde 54-39. The Rockets (7-2) led 24-15 at the first stop and raced past Clyde 16-4 in the second period for a 40-19 halftime lead. Sophia Eli tossed in 16 points for Oak Harbor, Logan Harris scored 10, Anna Tack ...

Casey crushes it against Columbian

Local Sports

Casey Santoro said she didn’t know how many 3s she hit in Wednesday night’s game in Tiffin. When told that she made 10, she reacted with two words. “All right,” she said. Santoro did a lot right in Bellevue’s 87-55 win over Columbian, which moved the Lady Red to 8-0, 3-0 in the ...

Briefs

Local Sports

GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Emma Bollinger scored 29 points, and Bellevue upended Columbian 54-43. For the Tornadoes, Toria Ingalls had 14 points, and Lizzie Newland and Tatiana Dines each scored eight. FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL: Nathan Geary had 20 points and Jacob Coldiron had 13, and Mohawk topped ...

Farewell 2018 Sports: Time to envision a crazy future

Local Sports

December is a great time to reflect on the many sport successes over the past year. One of those success stories hits close to home. It’s no surprise that in her first year as head coach, Lori (Hammer) Rombach guided the Calvert Senecas in a dominant postseason performance to claim the 2018 ...

Seniors lead way as Seneca East throttles Upper Sandusky

Local Sports

UPPER SANDUSKY — Seneca East only has two seniors on its roster. But, do not be fooled. They are both good and both lead by example, both on and off the court. Marina Adachi (22 points) and Caylin Quiggle (12 points) were two of four Tigers in double figures Saturday as Seneca East ...

Late score, steal doom Tornadoes

Local Sports

SANDUSKY — The game went to Perkins, the moment went to Sam Siegel. Siegel snapped a tie with a 3-pointer with 3.7 seconds left, then stole the inbound pass Saturday to lift the Pirates to a 48-45 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win against Columbian. Perkins (4-4, 2-2 SBC) looked ...

Buckeye Central has too many weapons for Ridgedale

Local Sports

NEW WASHINGTON — Five Buckeye Central players scored in double figures Saturday in a 64-45 Northern 10 Athletic Conference thumping of Ridgedale. Taylor Ratliff led the assault with 15 points and six assists for the Bucks (5-2, 4-1 N10). Lexi Evak chipped in 12 points and seven rebounds, ...

Stockaders spread out scoring, knock off conference rival Danbury

Local Sports

OLD FORT — Before Friday night’s game with Danbury, Old Fort coach Tim Ritzler mentioned that his team had been struggling offensively. It wasn’t a problem against the Lakers. Morgan Miller scored 15 points, Jordan Reineck had 14, Madison Guth put up 11 and Laini Gillett had 10 as the ...

Warriors out-slug Blue Devils

Local Sports

SYCAMORE — Defense was key Friday between Northern 10 Athletic Conference rivals Mohawk and Carey. It was the only key, really. With both offenses struggling to get into any type of rhythm, Mohawk’s defense spearheaded a 46-40 victory. The teams combined to shoot 3 of 29 from ...

Gillig 3s help New Riegel win

Local Sports

GIBSONBURG — Brooklyn Gillig hit five 3-pointers Friday to help New Riegel outlast Gibsonburg 45-42 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play. Gillig ended with a game-high 20 points for the Blue Jackets (2-5, 2-2 SBC), adding five steals. Aubrey Bouillon scored 15 points and grabbed ...

Chieftains wallop Vanlue in BVC clash

Local Sports

VANLUE — Hopewell-Loudon took control early, shot well and dominated throughout Friday in a 72-27 Blanchard Valley Conference win against Vanlue. The Chieftains (5-2, 2-1 BVC) vaulted out to a 26-4 lead by the first stop and led 46-11 by halftime. Travis Milligan paced the attack with 18 ...

Senecas stay unbeaten in division, hold off Gibsonburg

Local Sports

It wasn’t easy, but Calvert remained undefeated in the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division. Nic Somodi scored 20 points, had seven rebounds and clinched the game with some key fourth quarter free throws as the Senecas knocked off Gibsonburg 51-47 Thursday in Tiffin. Calvert improved to ...

Bowsher’s big third keys close victory over Fliers

Local Sports

TOLEDO — Trailing 28-24 at halftime, Toledo Bowsher outscored Clyde 26-12 in the third quarter to hold off the Fliers 64-61 in non-league play Thursday. Despite the loss, Clyde’s Derick Harrah dropped in 34 points. Cam Farrar added eight points for the Fliers (4-2), while Gabe Dowling ...

Redskins dominate Chieftains

Local Sports

BASCOM — Kennedy Pratt and Samantha Watkins both scored 14 points for Arcadia in a 57-35 rout of Hopewell-Loudon in Blanchard Valley Conference play Thursday. The Redskins got off to a great start up 17-9 after the first stop and then leading 29-18 at the half, raced out to a 49-24 lead ...

Prewitt reaches milestone with fantastic game for Heidelberg

Local Sports

ADA — Heidelberg men’s basketball player Myron Prewitt needed three points to reach 1,000 for his collegiate career. Against Ohio Northern in Ada Wednesday night, the senior forward reached the milestone. With more than a little to spare. Prewitt had one of his best games, scoring 36 ...

Going for a win

Local Sports

PHOTO BY REBECCA PADULA Western Reserve 132-pounder Jacob Martz (left) wrestles Seneca East's Dakota Laughlin during in a match in Attica. Results for the match were not submitted.

PHOTO BY REBECCA PADULA

Local Sports

Down to the wire Seneca East's Wyatt Sanders (right) scrambles for points in the match against Western Reserve's Aiden Fry-Silva in the 152-pound match Wednesday's match in Attica.

Briefs

Local Sports

CORRECTION: Hopewell-Loudon’s McKenzie Coleman’s name was mis-spelled in Wednesday’s edition. BOWLING: In the Allen Eiry League, Robin Brownell had the high game for the women with a 182, while the high series was bowled by Joanne Elchert, who had a 327. The high game for the men was ...