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Tiffin women fall in GLIAC opener

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MIDLAND, Mich. — Northwood dominated early and made Tiffin pay for turnovers Thursday on the way to claiming an 86-67 win in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener for both. The Timberwolves (3-1, 1-0 GLIAC) jumped out 24-11 in the first quarter and entered halftime ...

Carey’s Racheter rates all state special mention

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Jonathon Racheter added to his postseason honors Wednesday, when the Carey running back/defensive lineman was named a Division VI all-Ohio special mention. Racheter, a senior, was named to the all-Northwest District first team two weeks ago, and that followed his selection as the Northern ...

’Berg beats Trine in final seconds

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Alex Arellano's home debut couldn't have had a more dramatic conclusion. The freshman's layup after an offensive rebound with one second left sent Heidelberg to a thrilling 88-87 win over Trine Wednesday at Seiberling Gymnasium. Arellano finished with nine points and four rebounds. ...

Calvert swimmers perform well at Oak Harbor meet

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OAK HARBOR — It was the first meet of the season, but Calvert's Christian Staib and Taylor Harris appeared to be in midseason form. Staib had a pair of first place finishes, and Harris had two first place finishes and set a school record at Oak Harbor, in a meet that also included Huron. ...

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BOWLING: Bob Reinhart earned the men's high score (237) and high series (438) in the Allen Eiry Center League on Wednesday. Jeanette Lynch earned the women's high score (167) and high series (314). The following converted splits: Jane Hemminger (3-10, 2-7), Sally Van Burskirk (3-10), Ed Wise ...

Foos, McPeak, Long end as All-Ohio first teamers

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Bellevue’s Alec Foos and Dakota McPeak and Clyde’s Conner Long each earned first-team honors when The Associated Press announced its All-Ohio football teams Tuesday for Divisions III and IV. The awards are based on regular-season statistics. Foos and McPeak’s awards came in ...

Stockaders run past Warriors in season opener

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SYCAMORE — Being it was the season opener for both teams Tuesday night, Old Fort and Mohawk struggled a bit out of the gate. However, as soon as Old Fort started to hit some shots and play a smothering full-court press, the Stockaders pulled away in a big way with a 60-32 non-league victory. ...

Dryfuse scores 27, gets 21 rebounds as TC tops FHS

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FOSTORIA — Things were going so well for Abby Dryfuse Tuesday night in Fostoria, you had to wonder if she knew how well she was doing. As it turned out, the sophomore had a pretty good idea. She scored 27 points and had 21 rebounds as the Tornadoes handed Fostoria a 65-45 ...

Fliers find a way around St. Joe in overtime

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FREMONT — Clyde countered St. Joe's hot start by hitting 10 treys, and battled back to upend the Crimson Streaks 61-60 in overtime Tuesday. St. Joe jumped out 22-10 at the first stop and held a 45-39 lead heading into the fourth quarter, but the Fliers forced overtime with a 15-9 scoring ...

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GIRLS BASKETBALL: Upper Sandusky raced out to a 23-8 lead in the first quarter on the way to beating Willard 58-44. Abigail Fogle led the Rams (3-0) with 22 points and four steals, Ayana Getz scored 12 points, Alexis Fogle added eight points, Megan Hensel hauled in 12 rebounds and Sierra Carey ...

Eagles win opening swim meet over Rams and Royals

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BUCYRUS — Upper Sandusky had four wins in its season-opening meet Monday night against Colonel Crawford and Wynford. However, it wasn’t nearly enough for the win as the Eagles won the girls and boys meet. Colonel Crawford’s girls topped Upper Sandusky 131-77, and the boys won ...

Wanna Be On The Committee?

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There will be a playoff soon for the big boys in college football.  Four teams will be in on the fun.  Which schools will make the field has yet to be determined.  A committee will select those four schools.  My question to you is this.  Do you wanna be on the committee? You may want ...

Cold shooting can’t stop Clyde in victory

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CLYDE — Columbian rallied in the fourth quarter to force overtime, but Clyde prevailed from there to claim a 62-57 overtime win Saturday at the Clyde Turkey Shootout. Clyde led 30-24 at halftime and 39-34 entering the fourth quarter, but the Tornadoes turned in a 21-16 scoring advantage in ...

TU holds on down the stretch

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GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico — Tony Kynard and Juwan Johnson fueled an 8-0 run to help Tiffin break a tie and the Dragons held on from there Saturday to beat Universidad de Puerto Rico Humacao 74-69. Tiffin (3-3) entered halftime clinging to a 40-37 lead, but El Búho — the Owl — claimed three ...

TC wins opener by 100

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CLYDE — It was over quickly.Columbian led 33-0 by the end of the first quarter and had five players score in double digits Friday in a 103-3 season-opening win against Toledo Jones Leadership Academy at the Clyde Turkey Shoot. Maddie Brisendine paced the Tornadoes with 23 points while ...

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GIRLS BASKETBALL: Hopewell-Loudon beat Fostoria 71-33. Meredith Grine led Fostoria with seven points and Tyriana Settles, Evion Taylor and Khyra Baeder each netted six. GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Upper Sandusky beat New Riegel 31-22.n  Columbian lost to Clyde 29-16. Hannah Cooper scored 12 ...

Bellevue has 14 selections on All-NOL list

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Northern Ohio League champion Sandusky led the league honors with 18 selections to the All-NOL teams released Tuesday. Bellevue was behind it with 14, while Columbian had seven. For Bellevue, Ike Holmer (TE), Dakota McPeak (WR), John Smith (OL), Brock Meyer (C), Alec Foos (QB) and Bryce Ray ...

Bluffton bounces Heidelberg, 70-64

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Carli Patrick hit two foul shots to cut the deficit to a point with 2:24 to go, but Bluffton held did just enough to pull away from there Tuesday to beat Heidelberg 70-64. The loss dropped Heidelberg, 36 hours removed from a 12-hour bus ride back from two games in Boston, to 1-2. “I ...

Dragons roar

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It took Tiffin a little bit of time to figure out Lambton College’s zone defense Monday night in the Dragons’ home opener. Once it did, it was all over. Tiffin moved the ball around, got the ball in the paint and out-ran the Lions to get win No. 1, 83-41, in non-conference action. Lambton ...