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State-ranked Rams roll

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UPPER SANDUSKY — Unbeaten Upper Sandusky doubled up Bucyrus 18-9 in the first period and kept on going Tuesday en route to a 60-35 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win. The victory, coupled with Carey beating Buckeye Central 56-39, gives Upper Sandusky at least a piece of the N10 title with ...

’Berg powers past Mount Union

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Heidelberg trailed 12-3 early, but claimed the final four bouts Tuesday to cap a 27-16 Ohio Athletic Conference dual wrestling win against Mount Union. Mount Union sandwiched pins by 125-pounder Nick Mancini against Mason Brainard (4:15) and 141-pounder Alec Cotton against Hunter Pizzino ...

No. 1 Ashland routs Tiffin

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There is a reason Ashland is ranked No. 1 in the country in Division II. It showed it in a big way Monday as it destroyed Tiffin, 119-74, in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play. Ashland isn’t only No. 1 in the nation and in the GLIAC, but the Eagles have been dominating ...

Eagles’ hot shooting sinks Dragons

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Tiffin and Ashland were about even in the first half Monday night with the Eagles attaining just a 40-39 halftime advantage. Then, the Eagles came out of halftime looking like a team that had won six straight games as Ashland held Tiffin to nine points in the first 11 minute stretch to take ...

Panthers escape against Calvert

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Rachele Windau’s potential game-winning jumper had missed.So she made sure she got another chance at it. With the clock at under a minute left in the fourth quarter and Sandusky St. Mary trailing Calvert, 46-45, Windau attempted a shot from the right side of the key. It missed, but Windau ...

Whippets down TC

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It was an oversight, of course, when only four Shelby starters were introduced for Saturday's game at Columbian and senior Davey Hipp was skipped. Hipp, a varsity veteran since his freshman year, made sure he was noticed the rest of the night as he tossed in 17 points with seven assists and ...

’Berg notches third-straight W

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Myron Prewitt made a bet with teammate Kameron Singleton before Heidelberg’s game with Otterbein Saturday. “I had a bet with my teammate, Kam, that I was going to get a dunk,” Prewitt said after the Student Princes’ 71-61 win over the Cardinals. With five minutes to go in regulation ...

Stritch leaves Calvert behind

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OREGON — Cardinal Stritch had the offense flowing early and finished with four double-digit scorers Saturday on the way to thumping Calvert 73-46. The Cardinals led 23-7 at the first stop and 42-19 by halftime. Collin Yust topped the winners with 18 points, Alex Adams and Joey Holifield ...

Heidelberg wrestling places three at Pete Willson Invite

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WHEATON, Ill. — The Heidelberg wrestling team finished the weekend 11th at the Pete Willson Invitational. Three Princes placed in the invite with two podium finishes and a seventh. No. 2 seed Dillen Decker started the day in the semifinals against No. 6 seed 184-pounder Keajion Jennings. ...

Blue Devils bottle up New Riegel

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CAREY — Sydney Kin dominated inside for Carey and New Riegel struggle shooting Saturday as the Blue Devils claimed a 47-36 win. Kin scored 14 of her 19 game-high points in the paint and hauled in 12 rebounds for Carey (12-5). Meanwhile, the Blue Jackets struggled through a 12-for-43 day ...

Carey’s May earns Thunderbird Invite crown

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LIMA — Tanner May claimed the area's lone title Saturday to lead Carey to ninth at the Lima Central Catholic Thunderbird Invitational. May pinned Ottawa-Glandorf's Tyler Ebbeskotte (3:00) to win the 182-pound title. His effort helped the Blue Devils score 98 points to take ninth out of 39 ...

Senecas race past Crestline

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Even after a solid couple of practices, Calvert coach Ted Willman had a message for his team before it took on visiting Crestline. “I said, this was a team that, if you let them hang around, is good enough offensively to beat you,” Willman said. Safe to say, the Senecas didn’t let the ...

Stockaders turn up offense in win

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OLD FORT — Old Fort gained control in the second quarter Friday to turn a close game into a 60-48 Sandusky Bay Conference victory against Fremont St. Joe. The Stockaders (12-2, 7-1 SBC) trailed 16-14 at the first stop, but used a 23-9 burst in the second period to claim momentum and a 37-25 ...

Missed chances costly for Columbian against Willard

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WILLARD — With a lot of size in the post and at other positions, Columbian had advantages Friday over Willard. However, it’s one thing to have those advantages and another putting them to good use. Columbian put itself in position to win its first Northern Ohio League game, but failed to ...

New Riegel gets past banged up Panthers

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NEW RIEGEL — The Sandusky St. Mary team bus had the usual look — yellow with black trim. A white vehicle with a big red cross on it might have been more appropriate. The Panthers are a hurting unit these days with four players sidelined, including 6-foot-7 junior Luca Mormina, either by ...

Rams’ Carey away Seneca East in N10 tilt

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ATTICA — Sierra Carey played a major role in a balanced attack Friday, and not just in scoring. Sure, the senior tossed in 13 points, but she also registered 15 assists as unbeaten Upper Sandusky rolled past Seneca East 75-37 in a Northern 10 Athletic Conference game. Carey also tallied ...

St. Wendelin cancels program

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FOSTORIA — St. Wendelin announced Thursday it is canceling its football program due to safety concerns with low players numbers. The announcement was made via an E-mail to school officials and students after telling the football players, said Matt Meyers, director of parish and ...

No. 1 Upper Sandusky holds off Tornadoes

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UPPER SANDUSKY — Columbian’s boys team knew what it was up against Thursday night. The Tornadoes went on the road to take on top-ranked Upper Sandusky in Division II. They played well and even great at times, but in the end, it just wasn’t enough to knock off the talented Rams in a ...

After fast start, Dragons’ offense sputters

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For the first 7 ½ minutes of Tiffin University’s game with Findlay, the Dragons played brilliantly.After that, it was another story. The Dragons’ Juwan Johnson made consecutive baskets to start the game, and a few minutes later, an Austin Adams layup gave TU an 11-5 lead. The Dragons ...