LIMA — Ada’s Carlee Marshall won three events and was second in another and the Bulldogs used strong showings in the field events and longer relays to claim the team title of the Lady Commodore Invitational hosted by Lima PerryRead More
By BRANDON SHRIDER
BOWLING GREEN — The bar that Ottawa-Glandorf has set is pretty high.
The Titans’ boys basketball team has been a mainstay in the regional tournament, reaching a regional semifinal every season in the past half-decade, including a Division
By MICHAEL BURWELL
COLUMBUS — One thing is certain every time Ottawa-Glandorf’s girls basketball team takes the court.
No matter how talented the other team is, the Titans aren’t going to back down.
O-G, ranked No. 5 in the final Associated Press
By ANDY WOLF
Without a doubt, University of Findlay senior Lydia Guagenti’s expectations are to win.
Marc Arce, her head coach, is just trying to keep her under control.
The UF standout and Bluffton High School grad is seeking a national title
By JAMIE BAKER
COLUMBUS — Saturday morning at the OHSAA state wrestling championships was a day for rematches.
Some area wrestlers won and others lost rematches as six grapplers from the region determined their final placements at Value City Arena.
The seventh-placeRead More
By MICHAEL BURWELL
ONTARIO — Akron Archbishop Hoban coach Scott Callaghan knew that Ottawa-Glandorf might be the best team the Knights faced this season.
The Titans confirmed that early and often on Tuesday.
O-G used first-half runs of 14-0 and 11-0 toRead More
By DAVE HANNEMAN
ELIDA — In two games where a point here or a point there made a huge difference, Lincolnview and Convoy Crestview tripled their chances Tuesday night and both came up winners.
Lincolnview opened the fourth quarter two conventionalRead More
Carey’s girls basketball team has never been beaten in Northern 10 Conference play since seniors Sydney Wentling and Shelby Kin have been around.
Both players shared player of the year honors in the N10 as the league released its all-league selectionsRead More
Findlay High’s Kyle Nunn was selected to the second team in all-league voting by the Three Rivers Athletic Conference boys basketball coaches.
Lima Senior swept the TRAC’s top honors with Xavier Simpson winning Player of the Year and Quincey Simpson earning
LIMA — Patrick Henry and Ottawa-Glandorf both produced a pair of sectional champions to lead the way for area teams at Saturday’s Division III sectional wrestling tournament at Lima Central Catholic.
Tyler Ebbeskotte and Daniel Beemer won back-to-back titles at 170