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Heidelberg women’s lacrosse holds off Quakers

The Heidelberg women’s lacrosse team ended its three-game skid Friday with a 13-9 win over Ohio Athletic Conference foe Wilmington. Angela Lulejian led the charge with four goals and has a team-high 32 goals on the season. Dana Dudley added a hat trick and an assist while Anna Winnicki, ...

Gold dusts Green in Spring Game

Tiffin’s football team held its annual Spring Game Friday with the Gold team taking the bragging rights over the Green team. The Gold team used a combination of turnovers and long touchdown passes to beat the Green team 28-14. Justin Williams opened the scoring with a 50-yard interception ...

TC girls, Bellevue boys conquer Clyde Invite

CLYDE — Hannah Chance won both throwing events, the 4x200 team ran to victory and Columbian had at least one placer in all but one event Saturday en route to edging Bellevue 107-105 for the Clyde A.W. Hendricks Invitational girls championship. Chance claimed a closely-contested shot put ...

Redmen take care of Tornadoes

Columbian made things tough for Bellevue Thursday in the high wind, but in the end, the Redmen handled the Tornadoes 4-1 in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division play. In singles play, Bellevue’s No. 1 Logan Miller topped Colin Burkett, 6-3, 6-3, while No. 2 Nate Fox beat Anthony Petrosino ...

6-run burst fuels Tigers

ATTICA — Bailey Hamilton belted a two-run homer and Lauren Sauers smacked a solo shot and allowed just three hits Thursday in Seneca East’s 13-3 romp past Fostoria. Fostoria (2-5) snapped a scoreless tie with a run in the top of the second, but then the Tigers (4-3) answered with six runs ...

Old Fort scores 25 runs, destroys Vanlue

OLD FORT — Vanlue scratched across two runs in the first inning Thursday, only to give up seven in the bottom half of the frame and eventually give up an 11-run third in falling to Old Fort 25-7 in five innings. Jacob Webb had himself a day at the plate for the Stockaders. He homered, ...

Briefs

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky is in need of JV and freshman boys basketball coaches for the 2018-19 school year. If interested, contact Brad Ehrman by email brad_e@usevs.org or call (419) 294-1788. GOLF: The Monday Morning Reineke two-man scramble league at Clinton Heights is to begin with a ...

HU falls short on the road

ADA — The Heidelberg women's lacrosse team was looking for the program's first Ohio Athletic Conference road win Wednesday against Ohio Northern. The Polar Bears put the Student Princes' hopes on ice as ONU took a 12-7 win. Angela Lulejian led HU with three goals while Anna Winnicki ...

Big fourth inning carries Senecas over New Riegel

NEW RIEGEL — After four innings, Calvert found itself trailing at New Riegel by three runs. But a big fourth inning changed everything. The Senecas scored seven runs in the fourth, and raced to 9-4 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win over the Blue Jackets. Connor Kennedy had a ...

Columbian slows down Sailors

VERMILION — Columbian won all three singles matches and split the doubles in a 4-1 win at Vermilion Wednesday. Jacob Beamer and Zack Krintzline defeated the Sailors’ Kyle Billings and Hunter Cyron, 6-2, 6-0 at first doubles, while in singles, the Tornadoes’ Colin Burkett topped Jack ...

Lady Red outlast Tornadoes in extra innings

A pitching duel between Columbian’s Madrienne Herdlick and Bellevue’s Lyndsey Seamon ended after the Redmen plated three runs in the top of the ninth while holding the Tornadoes scoreless in the final three innings. The Lady Red topped TC 5-2 in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division play ...

Warriors whip Colonel Crawford

SYCAMORE — Three Mohawk players each scored twice Tuesday in a 10-1 win against Northern 10 Athletic Conference foe Colonel Crawford. Hannah Jordan, Grace Morehart and Aubrie Harper each scored twice for the Warriors (4-4, 3-3 N10). Jordan (2-4) also got the win, and she singled. Harper ...

Senecas tame Panthers at TU

Some of the matches were closer than others, but the final results were the same. Calvert swept past Sandusky Bay Conference River rival Sandusky St. Mary 5-0 Tuesday at Tiffin University Courts. At first singles, Will Klepper powered past the Panthers’ Nic Stouffer 6-2, 6-3. That was ...

Burtch drives in 3 as Fliers coast

CLYDE — Trevor Burtch made the No. 9 spot in the Clyde batting order a productive spot Tuesday. Burtch doubled and drove in three runs Tuesday, leading the Fliers to a 7-2 win over Fremont St. Joe. Jared Colvin added two hits and scored two runs for Clyde. He was just as good on the ...

Briefs

RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 10 ...

Zoeller leads New Riegel to SBC River win over rival Old Fort

OLD FORT — Alec Zoeller tallied three hits at the plate and was the winning pitcher Monday for New Riegel as it topped Sandusky Bay Conference rival Old Fort 8-3. Zoeller doubled twice, singled and drove in a pair of runs for the Blue Jackets (2-2, 2-1 SBC River), while pitching six ...

Chieftains slip past Eagles in 8th

BASCOM — Brook Breidenbach led off the bottom of the eighth with a triple and scored moments later on Macey Malagon’s bunt single Monday to push Hopewell-Loudon past Liberty-Benton 3-2 in Blanchard Valley Conference play. Malagon also earned the win in the circle, fanning six and ...

Senecas power through Crimson Flashes

WILLARD — In Monday’s 5-0 sweep, Calvert outlasted Willard in two three-set matches while completely sweeping two more. The first of the three-set matches came with Will Klepper at first singles. After dropping the first set 6-3, Klepper rallied with wins of 6-4, 6-2 to beat Levi Hill. ...

Church named TU men’s basketball coach

Tiffin University has announced Tom Church as its new men's head basketball coach Monday. Church coached Indiana University of Kokomo for the 2017-18 season. In his lone season with the Cougars, he helped the program reach its first postseason and tied a season record of 17 wins. In the ...

Blue Devils sweep relays, claim girls tri meet by 33 points

CAREY — Carey’s track and field squads hosted Northern 10 Athletic Conference rivals Wynford and Bucyrus along with Crestline Monday. The girls topped the pack with 97 points followed by the Redmen (64), while the Bulldogs edged the Royals 33-31. On the boy’s side, Wynford topped ...