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
By SCOTT COTTOS
Griffin Snider tossed a three-hit shutout with seven strikeouts and four walks to lead Liberty-Benton past Van Buren 6-0 Wednesday in the Blanchard Valley Conference baseball opener for both teams.
The Eagles (1-1, 1-0 BVC), who hung a five-spot in theRead More
By DAVE HANNEMAN
OTTAWA — Ottovlle girls basketball coach Dave Kleman won’t be nominating Saturday’s 45-34 win over Arlington for any Oscars, Emmys or Golden Globes.
But the gold trophy they handed the Big Green for winning a Division IV district
TROY — The beat goes on for Ottawa-Glandorf’s wrestling team.
Just a week after winning the school’s first sectional title since 1982, the Titans advanced four wrestlers to the semifinals and sit in third place after the first day of the
MENTOR — At the district wrestling tournament winning tight matches is a must if you want to extend your season.
Findlay High School’s Dru Hernandez is almost there.
Hernandez was one of three Trojans to go unbeaten on the first day of
Blanchard Valley Conference champion Liberty-Benton swept the top honors as the conference released its all-league girls basketball selections for the 2016-17 season.
It was a big year for girls basketball teams in the Blanchard Valley Conference as seven of the school’s
KALIDA — The Kalida High School gymnasium was named for legendary coach Dick Kortokrax Friday night and the Wildcats’ boys basketball team capped off the celebration in grand style.
The Wildcats used 15-point third and fourth quarters as a springboard to