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Heidelberg women run out of time against Ohio Wesleyan

DELAWARE —Brooke Beamer and Brittanie Ulmer each scored 16 points, and Heidelberg closed Sunday’s game with Ohio Wesleyan on a 16-4 run. But it wasn’t enough to overcome the Bishops, who made eight 3-pointers, built a 22-point third quarter lead, and defeated Heidelberg, ...

Sailors rally late against TC

Jason Sockel could smile about it afterward. In the third quarter of Saturday’s game at Columbian, the Vermilion coach was so frustrated by a play by his team that he called a timeout the next time it had the ball. Unfortunately for the Sailors, they were on a fast break at the ...

Sailors rally late against TC

Jason Sockel could smile about it afterward. In the third quarter of Saturday’s game at Columbian, the Vermilion coach was so frustrated by a play by his team that he called a timeout the next time it had the ball. Unfortunately for the Sailors, they were on a fast break at the ...

Balanced Fliers get first win

ASHLAND — Clyde got help from all over Saturday in a 76-57 victory against winless Ashland. Johnny Marshall popped in 19 points for the Fliers (1-1), Carson Rieman netted 14, Jaden Cook and Caden Berger each added 11 and Shane Hohman and Jack Morrison each tossed in eight. Kaiden Olson ...

Upper Sandusky rolls past Bucyrus after tight first quarter

UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky pulled away in the middle quarters and got a double-double from Reagan Ward in Saturday’s 62-37 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Bucyrus. The teams ended the first quarter knotted at 11, but the Rams outscored Bucyrus 33-13 over the next two ...

Columbian hangs on for its second-straight league win

BELLEVUE — It took awhile for Columbian to get a Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win. Now, the Tornadoes have won two in a row. Of course, being at Bellevue, it wasn’t easy. The Redmen, who trailed most of the contest, battled back to take a lead with 3:35 left in the game, but ...

Senecas get much-needed SBC River victory

TIFFIN — It’s hard to call a single game a must-win in December. But for Calvert, which already has stomached a pair of Sandusky Bay Conference River Division losses this season, Friday night’s tilt with league rival Hopewell-Loudon was important. The Chieftains came into the contest ...

Stone, Blue Devils club Falcons

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Carey dominated the first half Friday in a 70-50 win against Riverdale. The Blue Devils (3-2) vaulted to an 18-2 lead at the first stop and entered halftime up 43-13. Hayden Stone led the charge, scoring 27 points, hauling in 14 rebounds and swatting four shots. That ...

Rabbit hunt honors former Clyde athlete Wilkerson

CLYDE — After former standout Clyde athlete Brian Wilkerson died in a single-vehicle crash last summer, his family considered how to best use money donated in Brian’s memory. They settled on something Brian, who was only 21, would appreciate. The Wilkerson family and friends hosted the ...

Baldridge and Parrott combine for 55 points in Willard romp over Carey

WILLARD — Carey coach Jamie Young knew it was going to be difficult. Going on the road against an undefeated Willard team was challenging enough. Being down 6-foot-8 Hayden Stone due to a disciplinary issue did not help things. The Blue Devils trailed by 20 points after one quarter and ...

Warriors rout Tigers

Warriors rout Tigers The Warriors cruised the rest of the way for a 55-27 non-league win. Paityn Clouse popped in 16 points, while Aubrie Harper poured in 14 points for the Warriors (2-6). Kennedy Cleveland, Marah Gillig and Bailey Sheets all added six points. Clouse pulled down 11 boards ...

Stockaders stay unbeaten with big 74-63 win over Sandusky St. Mary

OLD FORT — Five Old Fort players scored in double digits Saturday to fuel the unbeaten Stockaders in a 74-63 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win against Sandusky St. Mary. Carson Steyer, Gregory Steyer and Zach Dewese each tossed in 15 points for Old Fort (6-0, 5-0 SBC), Casey Clouse ...

Tigers pull away in 2nd half

ATTICA — Seneca East coach Don Vogt was not really upset with the way his team played in the first half. The Tigers led by seven points at halftime, but kicking up the defensive pressure a notch was crucial against Upper Sandusky. Seneca East forced the Rams into 23 turnovers and turned a ...

Streaks come back to top Senecas in SBC River play

Jonathan Will says he never wavered in the game’s opening moments when his Fremont St. Joseph Streaks were quickly sinking into a hole that nearly swallowed them. But a four-minute lull that saw Calvert open leads of 8-0 and 11-3 turned out to the only bad run of the night for the Crimson ...

Royals wallop Warriors by 40 in N10 action

BUCYRUS — Wynford stormed off after the first quarter to beat Mohawk 62-22 Saturday in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play. The Royals (6-3, 4-2 N10) led 13-8 at the first stop, but outscored Mohawk 22-4 in the second quarter and 21-5 in the third to gain control. Kaylee Smith, Bailey ...

Williams helps Upper Sandusky go 4-0 at Christmas Invite

CASTALIA — Brody Williams won two individual races to guide Upper Sandusky’s boys to a 4-0 mark Saturday at the Margaretta Christmas Invitational dual swim meet. Norwalk and Margaretta each went 2-2, Fostoria ended 1-3 and Calvert finished 0-4 in the boys meet. Upper Sandusky’s boys ...

Carey impressive in season opener

CAREY — Blame it on the football team. But it’s a good kind of blame. While some basketball teams are reaching the quarter pole already, Carey has been on the outside. A highly successful football run, perhaps a surprising one to those outside the Blue Devil locker room, produced a bid in ...

Bellevue’s Cory Santoro records milestone in thrashing of Columbian

BELLEVUE — It was a fitting way to reach a milestone. Casey Santoro forced a turnover, and went to the basket. At the last moment, she flipped the ball to her sister, Cory. Cory converted the layup, which came about halfway through the second quarter. The game with Columbian was already ...

Bulldogs hand Redmen their first loss, 83-56

By Shannon Dove Sports Writer FOSTORIA — In Friday’s battle between unbeaten teams, one was going to come out with a blemish on its record. Unfortunately for Fostoria, that team was the Redmen. Ben Morrison scored 31 points to lead Rossford past the Redmen 83-56 in Northern Buckeye ...

Blue Jackets find a way around Gibsonburg

NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel struggled shooting all over Friday, but somehow got its offense going in the second half to upend Gibsonburg 44-38 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play. Gibsonburg led 20-13 at halftime, but the Blue Jackets countered with an 18-8 surge in the third quarter ...