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The 2012 state champion Division II St. Vincent-St. Mary girls cross country team would have challenged for the Division I state title.
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Donald J. Smith, 64, of Continental has been inducted into the Ohio Senior Citizen's Hall of Fame.
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"We took practice more seriously," said Toronto's Tyler Owens. "We didn't joke around as much and we actually got down through the ball .
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Despite giving up a solo home run in the first inning, Kerrie Trautman never lost confidence and delivered another late-season gem.
The good news for the Strongsville Mustangs softball team is they will continue into the district tournament.
A young but improving squad of Manchester Greyhounds, under the capable leadership of Coach Kyle Brewer, started post-season play with a bang on Monday afternoon, pounding out 15 hits and riding the pitching arm of senior Marshall Spencer to a 12-5 win over Portsmouth Clay in the opening round of the Division IV sectional tournament.
Antone DeJesus doesn't like the umpire's strike zone in an at-bat Saturday as his Gateway Grizzlies faced the Lake Erie Crushers at All Pro Freight Stadium.
The second seeded Eastern softball team picked up its fifth consecutive sectional title Saturday with a 12-4 victory over visiting seventh seeded South Gallia at Donald R. Jackson Softball Field.
Some made a point of being active in school activities, along very different paths, and three did so despite taking post secondary courses.
Wayne Trace pitchers Kaleigh Young and Addison Baumle blanked visiting Delphos Jefferson for 14 innings on Saturday.
Four meet records were broke at the this year's Cross County Conference track and field meet, including one by Tri-Village's Clayton Murphy.
The Versailles boys track and field team won the Midwest Athletic Conference championship Friday night while the Versailles girls finished as the runner up to Minster.
Findlay High School's tennis team beat itself Saturday. That's because none of the players from the other schools at the Division I sectional tennis tournament could beat the Trojans.
Ottawa-Glandorf's singles player Alex Schroeder finished as the runner-up in singles play at the Division II boys tennis tournament Saturday at UNOH.
A pair of three-run innings was all Leipsic needed with Derek Mangas on the hill as the Vikings won their third straight Blanchard Valley Conference championship with a 6-2 BVC win over McComb on Saturday.
If they win one more match, they will advance to Division I district play, which is scheduled to take place next week at Oberlin College.