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What Will the Browns Do?

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The 2018 NFL Draft will begin tomorrow evening and Cleveland Browns fans (yes, I am one) can't wait to see who the team will draft with the #1 and #4 picks. There has been a lot of speculation with lots of names being bandied about. Barring a trade, the Browns will definitely use one of the ...

Columbian girls take care of Polar Bears in dual in Tiffin

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Addi Conti, Brook Boes and Mia Ingalls all won two solo events to propel Columbian’s girls to a 91 1/2-45 1/2 victory over Margaretta in a dual-meet Tuesday. The boys blew by Margaretta 98-38 in their meet. Conti, who was also a part of the winning 4x200 relay, claimed the 200 (27.63) ...

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CAL RIPKEN: The Tiffin Cal Ripken League is still taking 11 and 12 year old players. Must be 11 before May 1 and not 13 before May 1. They play with balks, leadoffs and dropped third strikes. Call Jeff Hohman at (419) 448-7321 to sign up on a team. GOLF: The Seneca Hills Golf Club has two ...

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BABE RUTH: The Tiffin area Babe Ruth League will hold a secondary player selection draft 1 p.m. Saturday at Vic Wurm Field at Hedges-Boyer Park. To qualify for the draft, players must be between 13 and 16 years old, and not turn 17 before May 1. Players must live in Tiffin, Seneca County or in ...

Reser returns to Senecas as coach

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For Steve Reser, it was an emotional day. The 1995 Calvert graduate, who had coached football at Gibsonburg High School since 2010, was hired Monday as Calvert’s coach. Reser replaces Todd Fox, who departed after eight seasons to take over at Norwalk. “I’m very excited,” Reser said. ...

Stockaders jump on NR miscues

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NEW RIEGEL — Old Fort pounded out seven unearned runs in the top of the seventh Monday to turn a close game into a 9-1 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win against New Riegel. New Riegel took a 1-0 lead in the third when courtesy runner Bria Daley scored from second when Lindsay ...

Tigers slip past Warriors, stay unbeaten in N10

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SYCAMORE — Mohawk tallied eight hits but couldn’t push across any runs as it fell to Northern 10 Athletic Conference rival Seneca East. The Tigers plated two runs on four hits to take a 2-0 win over the Warriors. Seneca East (11-2, 8-0 N10) pushed across a run in the second. Tyler Turek ...

Norden’s sprinting sparks Blue Devils

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CAREY — Emily Norden sprinted to two wins and helped Carey claim a pair of relays Monday as the Blue Devils captured a triangular win. Norden took the 100 (14.1) and 200 (28.3) and ran legs on the victorious 4x200 (1:55.9) and 4x100 (54.6) to help the Blue Devils score 74 points. Mohawk ...

Redmen rout Pirates in sweep

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BELLEVUE — Bellevue had a near clean sweep Monday against Perkins in a 5-0 win in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division action. Nate Fox and Jordan Schaefer each topped their Perkins opponents with a pair of 6-0 sets. Fox beat Ethan Weatherwax while Shaefer dropped Demonte ...

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BABE RUTH: The Tiffin area Babe Ruth League will be holding a secondary player selection draft 1 p.m. Saturday at Vic Wurm Field at Hedges-Boyer Park. To qualify for the draft, players must be between 13-and -16 years old, and not turn 17 before May 1. Players must live in Tiffin, Seneca County ...

Columbian falls to Oak Harbor, St. Joseph’s Academy

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Editor’s note: The following was inadvertently omitted from Sunday’s edition. OAK HARBOR —Columbian dropped a pair of games at Oak Harbor Saturday, falling 8-3 to the Rockets and 4-0 to St. Joseph’s Academy. In the game with Oak Harbor, Macy Allen doubled and drove in two runs, ...

Kreais does it all, H-L triumphs in Toledo

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TOLEDO — Playing on a bigger field can take a bit of time to adjust to. For Zach Kreais and Hopewell-Loudon, nothing seemed to be of nuisance. Playing at Fifth Third Field, home of the Toledo Mud Hens, Kreais recorded four hits and pitched six strong innings to lead the Chieftains to a ...

Clyde almost sweeps own Invitational

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CLYDE — Clyde won everything but first singles Saturday at its own invitational as it won with 48 points. Ada was second with 37 points. Clyde’s No. 1 singles player Lukas Cziesla beat Madison’s Gavin Ramey 6-3, 6-1 to get to the championship match where he fell 6-3, 6-1 to Ada’s Zach ...

Polar Bears sweep past Stockaders

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OLD FORT — Margaretta survived a wild seventh inning in the opener, then unloaded in the top of the first in the second game Saturday to sweep Old Fort 7-6 and 11-1. The Polar Bears looked to have the opener sewed up after scoring five runs — all unearned — in the top of the fourth for ...

Boes takes first in discus, helps TC girls to fourth

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Brook Boes captured the girls discus and ended second in the shot Saturday to key Columbian at the Columbian Bill Krause Memorial Invitational at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. The sophomore’s victory came from a throw covering 109-4, helping the Tornadoes to fourth with 68 points. Her shot toss ...

Blue Devils survive late rally

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NORTH ROBINSON — Colonel Crawford threatened in the bottom of the seventh, but unbeaten Carey held on Saturday for the 4-3 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win. The Blue Devils (11-0, 9-0 N10) plated two runs in the top of third and added single runs in the fifth and sixth. Brayden ...

Heidelberg softball splits with Muskingum

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‘Berg splits with Muskies NEW CONCORD — After taking a pair of losses earlier this week, Heidelberg softball split a doubleheader with Ohio Athletic Conferences foe Muskingum Saturday. The Student Princes took a 6-0 win in game 1 before being edged out 2-1 in the nightcap. After two ...

Huge 1st inning propels Carey

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CAREY — Carey’s bats were awake from the opening pitch Friday night against Buckeye Central as the Blue Devils plated 12 runs in the first inning en route to an 18-2 five-inning victory in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play. Hannah Lonsway had a big day at the plate for the Blue Devils ...

Bame, Blue Devils shut out Bucks

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CAREY — When Trey Bame is on the bump, Carey has a lot of success. Bame, a senior hurler, shut out Buckeye Central as the Blue Devils topped the Bucks 9-0 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play. With the win, Carey is still unbeaten at 10-0 overall and 8-0 in the N10. BC dropped to 5-9 ...