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Redmen experience true sportsmanship against Eastwood Tuesday

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By Scott Cottos The Review Times PEMBERVILLE — Handshake lines after high school athletic events sometimes go in the wrong direction, with anything but good sportsmanship being displayed. That’s when they typically make news. But something happened between the boys basketball ...

Baldwin Wallace sneaks past Heidelberg men

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Despite outscoring Baldwin Wallace 31-19 in the second half, Heidelberg lost, 61-60, in the Ohio Athletic Conference opener for the Student Princes. Dylan Woods got The ‘Berg within three with 43 seconds left with a layup. HU (1-5, 0-1) got the ball back, but was called for a travel. ...

Reineck’s 17 points propels Stockaders by rival Senecas

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OLD FORT — Old Fort led Calvert 12-10 after the first period Tuesday. After an even first quarter, the Stockaders outscored the Senecas 28-10 in the middle quarters to breeze to a 61-41 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win. Jordan Reineck led the winners with 17 points, while Kara ...

Davis fuels Riverdale rally against Warriors

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SYCAMORE — Brock Davis scored 10 of his game-high 17 points in the third quarter Tuesday to spark Riverdale’s 54-51 win against Mohawk. Davis had just four points in the first half, but his Falcons rallied from an 18-10 deficit at the end of the first quarter to trail just 26-23 entering ...

Turner emerges from bench, hits big 3 as Bellevue trips Willard

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BELLEVUE — Gabrielle Turner sat nearly an entire quarter on the bench with foul trouble. While there, Bellevue made a run, but Turner provided the biggest shot of the night when she returned. Turner's 3-pointer gave the Lady Red its first lead of more than one point and Bellevue held on ...

Lakota’s Franks all-Ohioan in D-V

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Lakota coach Mike Lento has raved about his talented tailback Trevor Franks all season long, as he put up video game numbers this year. Franks got the recognition Monday evening when the all-Ohio teams for Division IV and V were released. Franks, a senior, was named to the second-team ...

Some thoughts on another disappointing Sunday in Pittsburgh

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Five takeaways from the Browns’ crushing 20-13 loss to Pittsburgh Sunday: THE BIGGEST PROBLEM: There’s plenty to criticize about first-year Browns coach Freddie Kitchens. There’s the team’s lack of discipline. The inability to consistently incorporate wide receiver Odell Beckham. ...

Redmen hang on to claim season opener

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BELLEVUE — Bellevue withstood a fourth-quarter challenge from Port Clinton Tuesday, holding on to beat the Redskins, 39-37. The Redmen led Port Clinton 37-26 at the end of three quarters, but was outscored 11-2 in the fourth quarter. Ethan Prenatt led the Redmen with 12 points and five ...

Three all-Ohioans for Tigers

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Seneca East, who went 10-2 and won the Northern 10 Athletic Conference title, had three selections on the all-Ohio team in Division VI when the team was released Sunday evening. Carey's Bryce Conti was also selected in Division VI, and on the Division VII team was Mohawk junior Tyler Hayman, ...

Golden’s 5 TD’s lead to domination of No. 1 Wyoming

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MARYSVILLE — Not even a grab of the face mask was going to stop Gunner Golden. Not much of anything was going to stand in the way of Golden on Saturday. Playing in by far the biggest game of his career, Golden came through in the biggest way possible with five rushing touchdowns as Clyde ...

Despite big second-half rally, Rams down Tornadoes 75-72

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Evan Young wasn’t having his best game Saturday. Neither, for that matter, was Upper Sandusky teammate Cameron McCreary. So during one of the timeouts during the team’s game at Columbian, Rams’ coach Jeff Winslow said he gave the pair a message. “‘Hey, good players have bad games ...

Trojans race past Bucks

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GREENWICH — South Central dominated Saturday, rolling past Buckeye Central 62-28. Simon Blair fueled the Trojans (2-0) with 24 points and three steals. Isaac Blair chipped in eight points, David Lamoreaux dished three assists and Sam Seidel snared five steals. Aiden McDougal scored five ...

Brueggemeier lived to serve media, others as Old Fort AD

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We used to chuckle back in the day, a day when sports writers were known as the pad-and-pencil set. Years before hand-held recorders were common, decades before the internet, nearly a half century before today’s social media, we used to chuckle at the way Athletic Director John ...

Calvert falls in season opener

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Norwalk St. Paul pulled away early from Calvert, using a 19-0 first-quarter run and never looking back, topping the Senecas 62-35. The Flyers improved to 3-0. It was Calvert’s first game of the year. “We just played ball like we’re capable of playing ball,” St. Paul coach Vicky Mahl ...

Tusing fuels late Mohawk rally

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NEW RIEGEL — Austin Tusing scored 11 points in a key fourth quarter Friday to push Mohawk past New Riegel 47-44 in the season-opener for both. New Riegel entered the fourth quarter clinging to a 31-27 lead, but Tusing’s 11 points — and Mohawk’s 9-of-11 showing at the foul line in the ...

Burst in fourth sparks Clyde

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CLYDE — Clyde powered off in the fourth quarter to turn a close game into a 52-43 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win against Norwalk. The Fliers (2-1) led just 36-34 entering the final period, but outscored Norwalk 16-9 from there. Kristin Harrold keyed Clyde with 21 points and ...

Briefs

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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 varsity high school and college events must be turned in that day by ...

Tusing fuels late Mohawk rally

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NEW RIEGEL — Austin Tusing scored 11 points in a key fourth quarter Friday to push Mohawk past New Riegel 47-44 in the season-opener for both. New Riegel entered the fourth quarter clinging to a 31-27 lead, but Tusing’s 11 points — and Mohawk’s 9-of-11 showing at the foul line in the ...