Max Householder

Position: Sports Writer
E-Mail Address: mhouseholder@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 419-335-2010


About Max Householder

Max is a graduate of Bowling Green State University and Evergreen High School.

Latest Stories by Max Householder

New WHS boys soccer coach to stress team unity

Shawn Kaufmann, an avid soccer enthusiast who was a member of Napoleon's first season of varsity soccer in 1995, will now do his best to help kick start a struggling Wauseon soccer program. That is because Kaufmann has been officially hired to replace Scott Hoover as the head coach of Wauseon High School's boys soccer team. Kaufmann, 36, after gr

Jake Trejo, a baseball standout and 2013 graduate at Wauseon High School is playing ball this summer with the Kalamazoo Growlers of the Northwoods League (NWL).
He saw his first action on Tuesday (July 15) where he pitched two innings of no run, no hit relief. The NWL is currently in the second half of its season which concludes on August 10.
The

Former WHS baseball standout playing in NWL

Jake Trejo, a baseball standout and 2013 graduate at Wauseon High School is playing ball this summer with the Kalamazoo Growlers of the Northwoods League (NWL). He saw his first action on Tuesday (July 15) where he pitched two innings of no run, no hit relief. The NWL is currently in the second half of its season which concludes on August 10. The

ARCHBOLD- The Blue Streaks ran into a mountain they couldn't climb Wednesday night, falling to Coldwater in the state ACME tournament, 6-0, and eliminating them from contention for the title.
The loss came after consecutive victories in the consolation bracket to put them only two wins away from reaching the state final.
Archbold fell victim to t

Streaks blanked by Coldwater, 6-0

ARCHBOLD- The Blue Streaks ran into a mountain they couldn't climb Wednesday night, falling to Coldwater in the state ACME tournament, 6-0, and eliminating them from contention for the title. The loss came after consecutive victories in the consolation bracket to put them only two wins away from reaching the state final. Archbold fell victim to t

ARCHBOLD- For the second time in three days the Blue Streaks surrendered an early deficit. This time they used a three-run second inning to propel them to a 5-3 victory over Xenia Tuesday night, advancing them forward in the state ACME tournament.
Xenia's early lead was garnered in the bottom of the first when its first three batters reached and t

Streaks top Buccaneers for second straight victory

ARCHBOLD- For the second time in three days the Blue Streaks surrendered an early deficit. This time they used a three-run second inning to propel them to a 5-3 victory over Xenia Tuesday night, advancing them forward in the state ACME tournament. Xenia's early lead was garnered in the bottom of the first when its first three batters reached and t

ARCHBOLD- The Blue Streak ACME team battled back from an early 6-1 deficit with a five-run fourth and four-run fifth to defeat Northmont, 11-9, on Sunday and stave off elimination in the state ACME tournament.
The victory came after Archbold was beaten 5-1 on Saturday by Lima Bath.
The Thunderbolts were the aggressors early in Sunday's contest, b

Offense comes alive to carry Streaks past Northmont

ARCHBOLD- The Blue Streak ACME team battled back from an early 6-1 deficit with a five-run fourth and four-run fifth to defeat Northmont, 11-9, on Sunday and stave off elimination in the state ACME tournament. The victory came after Archbold was beaten 5-1 on Saturday by Lima Bath. The Thunderbolts were the aggressors early in Sunday's contest, b

PERRYSBURG- In what would be labeled as a pitcher's dual in every sense of the phrase, Perrysburg manufactured a run in the bottom of the second to utilize their homefield advantage to defeat Wauseon, 1-0, Saturday morning.
The Indians were beaten by Anthony Wayne in game one of the consolation bracket to eliminate them from the District III tourn

Indians fall to eventual district champion

PERRYSBURG- In what would be labeled as a pitcher's dual in every sense of the phrase, Perrysburg manufactured a run in the bottom of the second to utilize their homefield advantage to defeat Wauseon, 1-0, Saturday morning. The Indians were beaten by Anthony Wayne in game one of the consolation bracket to eliminate them from the District III tourn

New wrestling facility hopes to bring stability to program

The days in which the wrestling program at Wauseon local schools struggle to find an off-season venue to work out at may soon be over. This being a result of the imminent collection of necessary funds for the construction of a facility that will be designated for wrestling training, practice and skill development at Wauseon High School and Wauseon

Pettisville ACME kept their winning streak going on Tuesday night in the friendly confines of their home ball park, rolling over Patrick Henry, 8-1, to win their third consecutive game in the District II North sectional and claim the sectional title.
Starting pitcher for the Blackbirds Noah Miller gave up a run in the top of the first when Derek K

Blackbirds take sectional crown

Pettisville ACME kept their winning streak going on Tuesday night in the friendly confines of their home ball park, rolling over Patrick Henry, 8-1, to win their third consecutive game in the District II North sectional and claim the sectional title. Starting pitcher for the Blackbirds Noah Miller gave up a run in the top of the first when Derek K

DEFIANCE- Archbold's ACME baseball team's hopes of advancing in the district II sectional tournament at Tinora High School looked promising on Saturday. The Rams of Tinora, however, battled back from a 7-2 deficit to pick up a 8-7 win, dropping the Blue Streaks to the consolation round.
Archbold also trailed 2-0 after the first when Dakota Stark d

Streaks lose heartbreaker to Tinora

DEFIANCE- Archbold's ACME baseball team's hopes of advancing in the district II sectional tournament at Tinora High School looked promising on Saturday. The Rams of Tinora, however, battled back from a 7-2 deficit to pick up a 8-7 win, dropping the Blue Streaks to the consolation round. Archbold also trailed 2-0 after the first when Dakota Stark d

Swanton resident Joe Duran hit a hole-in-one on the Par 3 15th at Valleywood Golf Club on Wednesday, June 18. This was the very same hole that his son, Tom Duran of Toledo, hit one back in 2004.
The elder Duran,who is 78 years old, has been a member at Valleywood since 1978. He hit this his first ever hole-in-one on the 146 yard hole with a 5-wood

Hole-in-ones common in Duran household

Swanton resident Joe Duran hit a hole-in-one on the Par 3 15th at Valleywood Golf Club on Wednesday, June 18. This was the very same hole that his son, Tom Duran of Toledo, hit one back in 2004. The elder Duran,who is 78 years old, has been a member at Valleywood since 1978. He hit this his first ever hole-in-one on the 146 yard hole with a 5-wood

DELTA- After falling to Napoleon 6-2 on Saturday in the semifinal of the winner's bracket it was clear that Wauseon would be seeking revenge in the sectional final. But despite a nice effort by the Indians, the Wildcats fought off an early 1-0 deficit with one in the third and four in the fourth to help Napoleon to a 7-4 victory.
Wauseon notched i

Indians advance to district in spite of loss

DELTA- After falling to Napoleon 6-2 on Saturday in the semifinal of the winner's bracket it was clear that Wauseon would be seeking revenge in the sectional final. But despite a nice effort by the Indians, the Wildcats fought off an early 1-0 deficit with one in the third and four in the fourth to help Napoleon to a 7-4 victory. Wauseon notched i




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