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Rams’ Emerick leads area contingent on district list

November 6, 2014 The Upper Sandusky boys soccer team had a phenomenal regular season with 15 wins. more »»

Scherger leads All-SRL awards

November 5, 2014 Kara Scherger probably is running out of room for all of her award. more »»

’Berg bounced by ONU

November 5, 2014 Heidelberg and Ohio Northern went back and forth in the first set of the Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament until The ’Berg rallied at the end to get a 23-19 lead, ultimately winning 25-21. more »»


November 5, 2014 COACH SOUGHT: Calvert seeks a junior high wrestling coach. Call coach Brian Hunt at (419) 934-3714. * Hopewell-Loudon seeks a junior high cheer coach. more »»

5 area standouts named All-Ohio

November 4, 2014 The Sandusky River League may have been a new thing this season, but Kara Scherger’s overall dominance was not. more »»


November 4, 2014 COACH SOUGHT: Calvert seeks a junior high wrestling coach. Call coach Brian Hunt at (419) 934-3714. n Hopewell-Loudon seeks a junior high cheer coach. more »»

Calvert to host Leipsic in state playoffs

November 3, 2014 Calvert High School, the Toledo Area Athletic Conference champion, will be the host team at 7 p.m. Saturday in Frost-Kalnow Stadium for the opening round of the high school football playoffs. more »»

Bellevue’s Turner, Clyde’s Hammons act as teammates on the course

November 2, 2014 HEBRON — On paper, Bellevue’s Lauren Turner and Clyde’s Olivia Hammons made it to the state cross country meet as individuals. On the course, Turner and Hammons were running as part of a team. more »»

Seneca East boys back... and fourth

November 2, 2014 HEBRON — A week ago at the regional cross country meet, Seneca East just snuck in to the final team state-qualifying spo. more »»

Dragons done in by miscues, Michigan Tech and Leffingwell

November 2, 2014 Just about the only thing tougher than the wind at Frost-Kalnow Stadium was Michigan Tech running back Charlie Leffingwell. more »»

Carey graduate Tong has 23 kills in Findlay’s win over Walsh

November 2, 2014 FINDLAY— Carey graduate and Findlay University sophomore Hannah Tong helped lead the way as the Oilers’ volleyball team dispatched Walsh 3-1(25-21, 25-27, 25-15, 25-15) on Frida. more »»

Mees, ’Berg bury Wilmington

November 2, 2014 WILMINGTON — Michael Mees only played briefly into the third quarter, but Heidelberg got a full game’s worth of production from him. more »»

Some bowling achievements are a little more impressive than others

November 2, 2014 Everyone wants to make their mark in life. Using bowling terminology, the mark could be either a strike or spare. more »»

Cavs a made-to-order championship contender

November 2, 2014 Building a team, a great team, a championship-caliber team, is supposed to take time. Or at least, that’s how it’s always worked in Cleveland. OK, that’s not true. more »»


November 2, 2014 COACHES SOUGHT: Calvert seeks a junior high wrestling coach. Call coach Brian Hunt at (419) 934-3714. n Hopewell-Loudon seeks a junior high cheer coac. more »»

Calvert ‘rains’ supreme in TAAC

November 1, 2014 DANBURY — Bryan Dudash was hoping the weather would be the great equalizer for his upstart Danbury club. And in some ways, it was. more »»

Columbian’s playoff hopes washed away

November 1, 2014 ONTARIO — Some numbers tell a story. Other times they are deceiving. Three. The number of turnovers Columbian had Friday night against Ontario. 57. more »»

Inspired Roberts lifts Bucks to win

November 1, 2014 By Zach Baker Sports Editor SYCAMORE — On a night when Gunnar Johnson set Mohawk’s career rushing mark, it was a Buckeye Central running back who stole the show. more »»

Col. Crawford overcomes Carey

November 1, 2014 NORTH ROBINSON — In just about every way imaginable, Colonel Crawford dominated Friday’s first half against Carey. more »»

Schieber’s big night leads Tigers over Ridgedale

November 1, 2014 MORRAL — Alex Scheiber ran for five touchdowns, including a pair in a crucial back-and-forth second quarter Friday, to fuel Seneca East’s 42-15 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win over Ridgedale. more »»



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