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Kin dominates inside as Blue Devils tame Tigers

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ATTICA — Carey 6-foot-2 senior post Sydney Kin has been terrorizing opposing teams for a while now, but it pretty much left Seneca East first-year coach Don Vogt speechless postgame Tuesday night. Kin, who scored the first 10 points of the game for the Blue Devils, dominated inside and ...

Clyde’s Marshall gives brilliant performance against Tornadoes

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There were plenty of things that stood out after Clyde's 51-33 win over Columbian in Tiffin Tuesday. The Tornadoes came out at the start of the game and missed their first eight field goal attempts. Two of their top three scorers, Kaia Woods and Maddie Brisendine, were held scoreless in the ...

TC girls win three times in duals

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Columbian's girls won all three of their meets and the boys claimed two wins Tuesday in duals against Calvert, Fremont St. Joe and Oregon Clay. In the girls duals, the Tornadoes beat Calvert 77-55, St. Joe 86-68 and Clay 82-63. Calvert edged Clay 62-61 and lost 73-62 to St. Joe. Columbian's ...

Senecas overwhelm Jones Leadership Academy

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Three Calvert players teamed up for 42 points Tuesday as the Senecas raced past Jones Leadership Academy 57-26. Josh Recker led the charge with 18 points for the Senecas (4-6), Nick Seifert tossed in 12 and Connor Kennedy had 11. Nic Somodi backed them with five rebounds and five assists, ...

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BASEBALL MEETING: Columbian Baseball will be holding its annual parent and player meeting at 6 p.m. Jan. 17 in the high school cafeteria for all prospective players and their parents for the 2018 season. The meeting is mandatory and will contain important information, forms, and paperwork. A ...

Tigers take a win from New Riegel

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By Josh Morgret Sports Writer NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel got the stop it needed defensively. All the Blue Jackets had to do was wait to either run the clock out and celebrate a win, or be fouled and go to the free throw line and earn the win there. Seneca East junior Marina Adachi had ...

Whippets blow by Tornadoes

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SHELBY — Columbian fell behind quick Saturday and it didn't have enough to get back into the game at Shelby. Shelby led 18-8 after the first stop and then trailed 34-17 at the half as the Whippets won the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division matchup, 59-32. For Columbian (2-7, 0-5 SBC ...

Muskingum powers past Heidelberg

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Travis Schwab knows the value of road wins in the Ohio Athletic Conference. But given what the Muskingum coach's program has been through in the last two and a half week's, Saturday's 90-83 win over Heidelberg might be even more meaningful. The Muskies were hit with tragedy Dec. 21, when ...

Big third-quarter run propels Old Fort

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OLD FORT — It was a blip of a little more than three minutes in the third quarter. But on the scoreboard, it was much more than that. Calvert's game literally went awry at a time when Old Fort was becoming most efficient. The result was a 13-0 run that produced a 10-point lead for the ...

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VARSITY WRESTLING: Columbian came in 10th out of 36 teams at the JC Gorman Invite at Mansfield Senior. Caden Blust won the 132-pound championship. Jacob Anderson (145) and Joey Simcoe (152) each took fourth place. At 126 pounds, Andrew Branson took fifth place, and at 138 pounds, Brock Minnich ...

Fast start sparks Rams against Bucyrus

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BUCYRUS — Upper Sandusky didn't waste time Saturday as the Rams led 19-5 after the first stop and added to that for a 71-24 rout of Northern 10 Athletic Conference rival Wynford. The Rams (10-2, 6-1 N10) were led by Abigail Fogle with 20 points, while Madison McLaughlin added 17 points and ...

Beamer, Crawford help ‘Berg push past Muskies

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NEW CONCORD — Brooke Beamer scored the game-high in points while Madelyn Crawford recorded a double-double to help lead Heidelberg to its second Ohio Athletic Conference win of the season. Beamer tossed in 22 points and dished six assists while Crawford added 15 points and grabbed 20 ...

Stockaders hold off Senecas

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OLD FORT — For some, it might have qualified as a spurt. For Madison Guth, it was an outburst. And for Old Fort's girls, a victory. Guth knocked down three 3-pointers over a little more than two minutes early in the fourth quarter, an effort that belied an otherwise almost empty night of ...

Tornadoes grind out win against Whippets

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What started as an offensive showcase by Columbian Friday night evolved into a battle of attrition. Facing Sandusky Bay Conference Bay rival Shelby, the Tornadoes — using a remarkable burst from freshman point guard Kaia Woods — bounced to leads of 23-12 after one quarter and 34-20 ...

Clyde hangs around, but Lady Red just too good

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CLYDE — In the early part of the season Bellevue hasn't been challenged that much, except for a close loss to a talented Minster squad. The Lady Red were pushed for a little more than two quarters by rival Clyde Friday night. Bellevue led 27-24 two minutes into the second half. Coach Kory ...

Warriors survive cold night at foul line

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SYCAMORE — Mohawk struggled at the line Friday, but hit enough in the fourth quarter to upend Ridgedale 31-28 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play. The Warriors (3-9, 2-6 N10) ended just 7 for 23 on foul shots, going 5 for 16 at the line in the fourth period. Sandra Pennington's 15 ...

Stone-led Blue Devils top Bucyrus in N10 clash

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CAREY — Hayden Stone recorded a double-double Friday to help Carey beat Northern 10 Athletic Conference foe Bucyrus 76-67. The 6-foot-7 sophomore tossed in 28 points, while grabbing 15 rebounds to lead the Blue Devils (9-2, 5-2). Cody Luzader backed his performance with 17 points with nine ...

Reinhart rescues NR after stunning Seneca rally

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Nick Reinhart was on the bench for the final three minutes of regulation. When New Riegel coach David Losey took the forward out, it didn't seem all that consequential. The Blue Jackets appeared to be in total control. With a minute left in the final quarter, they led the Senecas 45-34. And ...