District and regional championships are on the line today for area schools and we’ll have the latest on all of the action for you tonight here at The Courier.
But first the University of Findlay football team will head to AshlandRead More
By JAMIE BAKER
Liberty-Benton’s girls cross country team has won just one meet this season.
But make no mistake, the Eagles will be one of the teams to be reckoned with when the OHSAA regional cross country meet gets under way
Weekly AP Poll
1. Cle. St. Ignatius (19) 9-0 232
2. Lakewood St. Edward (3) 9-0 204
3. Cin. Colerain (1) 9-0 198
4. Dublin Coffman (1) 9-0 155
5. Tol. Whitmer 9-0 138
6. Pickerington N. 9-0 101
7. Willoughby S. 9-0 99
8. Mentor 8-1 61
9. Austintown-Fitch 8-1 40
10. Hilliard Darby 9-0 31
By JAMIE BAKER
Liberty-Benton’s Liz Streacker is playing volleyball with a sense of urgency.
She and her teammates are having fun and aren’t ready for the season to end.
Streacker and the Eagles’ outstanding season will continue after Liberty-Benton turned back a
By TED RADICK
Liberty-Benton made plays to keep itself alive on several occasions Friday night, and as a result stayed alive in a couple of key races.
The Eagles’ 21-14 comeback victory over Leipsic in a Blanchard Valley Conference game keeps
Ottawa-Glandorf’s boys soccer teams claimed the top prizes as the Western Buckeye League released its all-conference selections for the 2012 season.
Ottawa-Glandorf’s T.J. Metzger was named the WBL Player of the Year while coach Mike Weihrauch shared the league’s coach of
By SCOTT COTTOS
THE REVIEW TIMES
St. Wendelin’s trouble with having a small number of football players in recent years has brought about a number of unusual circumstances.
Ultimately, a couple of seasons were shortened because of injuries. But the 2012 season will