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Eagles eliminate Calvert in four games

It was just one game. In fact, it was the first game. But when Monroeville topped Calvert 25-22 in the opening set of Thursday's Division IV district match in Tiffin, it seemed important. “Game 1 was a huge game, that was one of those tossups,” Calvert coach Rachel Fitzwater-Griffith ...

Shawnee bounces Rams

LIMA SHAWNEE — Ryan McGuire scored a hat trick in a dominating first half for Lima Shawnee and Jackson Schaaf ended with two goals and four assists Monday as the Indians blanked Upper Sandusky 9-0 in a district tournament game. Schaaf scored the game's fist two goals, both unassisted, to ...

Barrera, Marshall to represent Fliers at state tournament

One has been a work in progress. One has picked up a complex game in a matter of months. Seniors Alayna Barrera and Heidi Marshall are the third consecutive doubles team from Clyde to make it to the Division II state competition. Today, the two will try to be the first tandem since Amanda ...

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JV VOLLEYBALL: Seneca East beat Bucyrus 25-13, 25-9. Alyssa Daniel keyed the Tigers with 11 digs and two kills and Megan Rife had eight digs and three kills. GOLF: The team of Harry Smith, Norm Blymyer, Tim Mannas, Gene Sherer and Dick Hiser shot a four under to win Thursday's Retirees League ...

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Dull tops list of SBC golfers Seven area players landed on the first team when the Sandusky Bay Conference released its all-conference golf list Thursday. Five of those locals made in the boys River Division, with Lakota freshman Kyleigh Dull taking the overall stop spot. She averaged 37.78 ...

Barrera, Marshall to represent Fliers at state tournament

One has been a work in progress. One has picked up a complex game in a matter of months. Seniors Alayna Barrera and Heidi Marshall are the third consecutive doubles team from Clyde to make it to the Division II state competition. Today, the two will try to be the first tandem since Amanda ...

Prep football, Week 9: Keep this train a-rollin’

Norwalk at Clyde Records: Norwalk 2-6, 1-4; Clyde 7-1, 3-1. Last year: Did not play. Outlook: Clyde looks to rebound from its first loss when Norwalk comes to down Friday, but Clyde coach Ryan Carter said fans and players shouldn't look past the Truckers because of their record. Two ...

Vogel-led Lady Red top Whippets

SHELBY — Payton Vogel recorded a double-double to help Bellevue beat Shelby in three games in the Division II district match Wednesday. Vogel slammed 16 kills, corralled 13 digs — both team highs — and had a pair of blocks to help the Lady Red earn wins of 25-17, 25-21, 25-10. Taylor ...

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GOLF: The back nine stableford in the Lakeland Senior League was won by the team of Ron Minard, Al Mireles, Ralph Lazenby and Les Tesnow with the score of plus eight. They tied the team of Erine Peaytt, Ray Garcia, Ron Saklosky and Dick Kozlowski at three under to win the front nine ...

Redmen boot Genoa in tourney opener

FOSTORIA — Dakota Thomas set up the offense and Fostoria followed along Tuesday, with the Redmen dropping Genoa 25-18, 25-16, 25-12 in the first round of Division III district tournament. Thomas paced the Redmen (16-7) with 40 assists and five digs. Tyriana Settles slammed 25 kills and ...

Why aren’t the Indians still playing, again?

A full week has passed, but it still doesn’t feel right. Why aren’t the Indians still playing? It doesn’t seem fair. It doesn’t seem correct. Someone, somewhere made a mistake. But then you think about it. And then the frustrating reality hits. It is fair. It is ...

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CORRECTION: A cutline for a Mohawk volleyball photograph on Page 3B Tuesday should have stated Jordyn Lease sends the ball over the net during the district volleyball game against Upper Scioto Valley in Sycamore Monday. GOLF: Mike Theis shot a 39 for the low gross and leads the Tuesday Fall ...

Dragons hold third after Day 1

BELMONT, Mich. — Melissa Gabriele and Alice Putoud helped keep Tiffin in the hunt for the Battle in Belmont title. The Dragons were 10 strokes behind the leader and hold third place with 321 points at Blythefield Country Club. Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference foe Wayne State ...

Mohawk steamrolls Rams

SYCAMORE — Sometimes you are good. Sometimes you are lucky. Sometimes you are both. Monday against Upper Scioto Valley, Mohawk certainly was both. Jordyn Lease had a serve tip the net and fall over during a string of 16 straight points for the Warriors in a 25-9, 25-10, 25-6, sectional ...

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CORRECTION: Heidelberg’s Cameron Vocke caught a pass and had a rush in overtime of Heidelberg’s 48-45 win over Otterbein Saturday.

Dull 4th, Montgomery ties for 9th at state golf

COLUMBUS — If Lakota's Kyleigh Dull would have shot her 146 within the last five years, there is a good chance she would have been crowned the state champion in Division II. However this season, Eaton's Sarah Willis fired a 139 (72-67) to win the title, while Dull finished fourth in her ...

Lakota has top two finishers, takes River title

Dylan Moes was in the middle of a post-race interview at about the same time his Lakota teammates became aware of the team results. Moes, who minutes earlier became the Sandusky Bay Conference River individual champion, was understandably distracted as his fellow Raiders continually screamed, ...

Clyde’s Middleton, Bellevue champs, Tornadoes second

The league has changed. Bellevue's dominance hasn't. “At the beginning of this season, we talked about, our phrase was, 'New league, same dedication,'” said Bellevue coach Lee Booze. It worked. After winning six straight Northern Ohio League cross country championships, the Lady Red ...

Efficient Senecas burn Panthers

In a word, Calvert was efficient. In following that theme, if you want a shorter word — Wow. The Senecas scored on each of their first four possessions and on seven of their first eight in blowing past Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic 45-6 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium Saturday. As a result, ...

Upper Sandusky bunches up for N10 crown

ATTICA — Mohawk's Destini Oler claimed the top individual spot, but Upper Sandusky used a trio of top-10 runners as the springboard to the team title Saturday at the Northern 10 Athletic Conference Championships. Madelyn Shasteen sparked the champions by capturing second in 20:37.16 and ...