Friday, Jan. 30Boys BasketballLCC at Ada, 7:30 p.m.Bluffton at Allen East, 7:30 p.m.Columbus Grove at Spencerville, 7:30 p.m.
BC-HKN—Blue Jackets-Panthers,2nd Ld-WritethruBC-HKN—Blue Jackets-Panthers,2nd Ld-WritethruBC-HKN—Blue Jackets-Panthers, 2nd Ld-Writethru,736Bergenheim lifts Panthers to 3-2 win over Blue Jackets
BATH TOWNSHIP — Here's a scary thought to opposing teams. Bath's Maddie Dackin said her team can get even better.But on Thursday, the Wildkittens' press and 3-point shooting were pretty solid.
LIMA – Lima Senior had already beaten Toledo St. Ursula once this season, but the Spartans still played like they had something to prove in a 64-47 girls basketball win on Thursday night.
ELIDA — Elida hung in as best it could, but Shawnee's post advantage and foul trouble were too much to overcome.
ADA — Rachel Wildman's basket with two seconds remained proved to be the difference as Ada defeated Lima Central Catholic 51-49 Thursday night.
COLUMBUS — Ohio State coach Thad Matta has been wondering about his team's toughness.Not anymore.
LIMA — Hall of Famer Joe Morgan weaved his way through the masses to the stage.While the former second baseman for the Big Red Machine now uses a cane, he waved and smiled to everyone who yelled, “Hey Joe.”
High SchoolsGirls BasketballUpper Scioto Valley 72, Riverside 31At Upper Scioto ValleyRiverside
The WOHSBC heads into the stretch but this past week two valued members of Team Wapak took a detour to meet an individual honor and a personal goal.
The Ohio High School Football Coaches Association has announced its 2014 Individual Academic All-Ohio Football Team honorees. The selected seniors were nominated by their coaches, carry at least a 3.6 GPA and were named first team all-county, district...
There will be a trapshoot for boneless arm roast Sunday at the Continental Conservation Club located 1/2 mile morth and 1/2 mile east of Continental on Road E.
Thursday, Jan. 29Girls BasketballAda at LCC 6:45 p.m.Allen East at Bluffton, 7:30 p.m.Spencerville at Columbus Grove, 7:30 p.m.
LIMA — It was a record setting night for both the men and women basketball teams Wednesday night when they hosted the University of Michigan — Dearborn in Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference action.
Here is a look at some of the top high school sporting events involving area teams for the rest of the week.Girls basketballVAN WERT (4-12, 0-5 WESTERN BUCKEYE LEAGUE) AT BATH (14-1, 5-0 WBL)
BATH TOWNSHIP — Bath advanced to the Division III regional semifinals in wrestling by defeating Delphos St. John's 54-24 and Delphos Jefferson 47-33 in Sub-Region 24-A matches Wednesday night.
High schoolsWrestlingRegional quarterfinalsDivision IISub-Region 16-B
Ohio University's leading tackler on the football field was allegedly involved in a fight off the gridiron early Sunday morning.
High schoolsBoys BasketballLima Senior 68,Lima Central Catholic 53at Lima SeniorLCC
LIMA – All streaks end. And it became apparent early this one's expiration date was getting close.
LIMA – Two girls basketball programs with long traditions of excellence met Tuesday night. One is on the up-swing while the other is in a down turn.
BLUFFTON — The host Pirate broke open a tie game in the fourth quarter to defeat Kenton 43-37 in boys basketball Tuesday night.
COLUMBUS — Cam Atkinson had not scored a goal in his last 18 games.Put on the same line with a couple of the central figures from this past weekend's NHL All-Star game, he finally found the net.
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The Shawnee Optimist Club recently held its Pass, Dribble and Shoot competition at Shawnee High School.Winners and runners-up by age group were:Girls 8-9: 1. Payten Metzger, 2. Lauren Auchmuty