TOLEDO — Zaresha Neal made it a clean sweep in the throwing events by setting another meet record in winning the girls discus as Findlay High’s girls team took fourth at the Three Rivers Athletic Conference meet Friday at ToledoRead more
By TED RADICK
McComb senior Molly Leppelmeier came out of the shot put ring, Blanchard Valley Conference championship meet record in hand, a little disappointed on Friday.
Sure, Leppelmeier set a new league mark with a 47-6 heave, but she was
By MICHAEL BURWELL
Mason Warnimont sprinted his way into the Blanchard Valley Conference record book Friday.
The Cory-Rawson senior became the first four-time BVC boys champion in the 100-meter dash, became just the second boys athlete to win at least three
Thursday’s District Quarterfinals
Miller City 3, Continental 0
Mohawk 5, Fremont St. Joseph 4
Tiffin Calvert 1, North Baltimore 0
New Riegel 17, St. Wendelin 0
Lakota 7, Hopewell-Loudon 1
Stryker 10, Pettisville 2
Ayersville 5, Toledo Christian 4
Hicksville 6, Edgerton 5
NEW RIEGEL — Brianna Gillig went 4 for 4 at the plate and drove in four runs to help New Riegel to a 13-3 win on Thursday over Fremont St. Joseph in a Division IV district quarterfinal softball game.
SYCAMORE — Fremont St. Joseph put the tying run at third base with one out but Mohawk starter Wyatt Cook slammed the door shut by striking out the final two batters to preserve a 5-4 victory in the Thursday’s DivisionRead more
Eight area middle school athletes will be in action Saturday at the inaugural OHSAA state middle school track and field championships at Lancaster High School.
Two girls and six boys from the area are entered in the meet. Qualifiers were selected
By SCOTT COTTOS
NEW RIEGEL — Michael Kirian’s no-hitter on Thursday was about was basic as one could ask.
All but one of the University of Louisville signee’s 75 pitches were fastballs as he guided New Riegel to a 17-0 victory
BLUFFTON — Columbus Grove’s girls track team won all three finals events Thursday as the Bulldogs are in the lead after the first day of the Northwest Conference championships at Bluffton University’s Emery Sears Athletic Complex.
The Bulldogs are in first
Everyone for Findlay High School’s tennis team will play on next week as the Trojans advanced all three singles players and both doubles teams to districts after the opening day of the Division I sectional boys tennis tournament.
The tournament was
Wednesday’s District Games
BG CARTER PARK DISTRICT
Sylvania Northview 4, Oregon Clay 3
Anthony Wayne 4, Ashland 0
Sylvania Southview 5, Toledo St. Francis 3
Perrysburg 2, Toledo St. John’s 1
HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY DISTRICT
Shelby 11, Port Clinton 1
Clyde 1, Huron 0
Bellevue 10, Tiffin
TOLEDO — Zaresha Neal didn’t score in the girls shot put in last year’s Three Rivers Athletic Conference track and field meet.
She won it convincingly Wednesday at 42-91/2 to help Findlay High get off to a strong start in the