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Burst in third helps St. Paul stave off BC

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ASHLAND — Norwalk St. Paul powered past Buckeye Central in the third quarter and kept the Bucks at bay from there Tuesday to earn a 58-51 Division IV victory in the opening round of the postseason. Buckeye Central (3-20), seeded 11th in the district, led the No. 3 seed Flyers 24-21 at ...

Heidelberg makes big second half comeback in OAC quarterfinal

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BEREA — Heidelberg's up-and-down season was encapsulated in Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinal game Tuesday against Baldwin Wallace. The Student Princes shot about 35% in the first half, and went to the break trailing the Yellow Jackets 38-27. But the second half was a ...

New Riegel uses scoring bursts to beat Hardin Northern

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It wasn’t some sort of high school basketball remake of “Night of the Living Dead.” It only seemed that way. New Riegel put together three big scoring bursts and owned leads of 12 points early in the third period and 16 points early in the fourth, only to watch Hardin Northern keep ...

Reed goes off, Fostoria moves on

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MONROEVILLE — Wynford coach Steve Mohr had nothing but high praise after Fostoria’s Avondre Reed went off for 46 points. “In my 26 years as a head coach, it’s one of the finest offensive performances I’ve seen from a high school player,” Mohr said. The Redmen need a good chunk ...

Seneca East eliminated by Polar Bears

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MONROEVILLE — Over its last four games — all losses — Margaretta only averaged 45 points a game. The Polar Bears nearly had that at halftime on Tuesday. Jake Leibacher led four Margaretta players in double digits with 14 points as the Polar Bears dispatched Seneca East 72-49 in ...

Big 3: H-L’s Elmore, Woods and Zender rate SBC first team

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Hopewell-Loudon dominated the Sandusky Bay Conference’s River Division this season, going undefeated and winning all of its league games by double digits. The all-league team reflected that dominance. Three Chieftain juniors were named first team all league, with two — post MaKayla ...

Briefs

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ALL-NORTHWEST DISTRICT NOMINATIONS: Area basketball coaches are asked to submit their nominations for the All-Northwest District Basketball teams. Nominations can be emailed to zbaker@advertiser-tribune.com BOYS BASKETBALL: The site for the Division IV sectional, originally scheduled to ...

Tigers extinguish the Flames 67-15

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SHELBY — Once a train gets rolling, it sure is hard to stop. Whether you want to refer Seneca East as the train, or specifically star player Jessica Bowerman, the top-seeded Tigers had it going on Saturday. Makenna Depinet topped four Seneca East players with 15 points as the Tigers ...

Senecas, Stockaders both knocked out of tourney

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FREMONT — Josh Clark watched Toledo Christian’s Madison Royal-Davis take it to his team all night during Saturday’s Division IV district quarterfinal in Fremont. After the game’s conclusion — a game in which the former Rogers’ guard and Division I prospect erupted for 40 points ...

Bellevue, H-L 2nd at SBC

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By Jimmy Watkins From Sandusky Register NORWALK — The Bellevue wrestling team did not leave Norwalk High School with the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division title like it planned, but coach Brett Adkins couldn’t fault his team’s performance. Despite finishing second to Sandusky ...

Four champs fuel Mohawk’s repeat title

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ATTICA — Mohawk had four champions among its 10 placers Saturday on the way to outlasting Upper Sandusky and Carey for the Northern 10 Athletic Conference Tournament title. The Warriors held off Upper Sandusky 171 1/2-169 to claim their second championship in a row and fourth in sixth ...

State bid comes up short for Old Fort freshman Tarris

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LIMA — Old Fort freshman Hayden Tarris stumbled in his third game and fell short of a state berth Saturday at the Division II district bowling tournament at Westgate Lanes. The top three teams and top three individuals not on those teams qualified for the state tournament. Tarris rolled ...

Nichols brilliant as Dragons win seventh conference game

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Aarion Nichols dished, rebounded and scored. With 14 points, 16 rebounds and six assists, Nichols helped push Tiffin University over Ohio Valley, 71-64. The Dragons improved to 12-15, 7-10 in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. It was a big win, as Tiffin kept hold of the seventh seed in ...

New Riegel rallies by Senecas

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NEW RIEGEL — David Losey doesn’t particularly care to look back at the early part of the season, when his New Riegel Blue Jackets dropped eight of their first nine games, four of them by five points or fewer. But, oh, to have had things going then the way they are going now. The Blue ...

Stockaders complete perfect league season

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OLD FORT — It was a little bit of a slow start for Old Fort Friday. The Stockaders led Lakota 16-14 after one quarter. Then they kicked it into gear to outscore the Raiders 49-19 over the next two quarters to win comfortably, 83-38. The Stockaders finished the Sandusky Bay Conference ...

TC outlasts Norwalk, deny Truckers 2nd straight SBC Lake title

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Not a bad way to send out three seniors on their home floor one last time. Columbian, who lost to Norwalk 62-56 Jan. 10, had a chance to deny the Truckers’ second straight Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division title on its home floor to end the regular season. It did in dramatic fashion ...

Here’s a list of some of the most difficult jobs in sports

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It’s every kid’s dream. A job in the world of sports! It may be that you want to be a player at a famed college. Maybe you would like to coach your favorite sport, regardless of the level. Perhaps it is an usher’s job that appeals to you. Working in the front office for a professional ...