GREENVILLE — Football teams will always have to face adversity.
NAPOLEON — Some days, Bluffton running back Landen Worcester sees wide open spaces to run when he hits the line.
COLUMBUS — During this year’s Division III girls soccer tournament, the Ottawa Glandorf Titans have seen a lot of familiar foes.
DAYTON — New Bremen defeated Sarahsville Shenandoah 25-12, 25-14, 20-25, 25-19 Friday at Wright State University’s Nutter Center to reach the Division IV state volleyball championship match.
CLYDE — The Ottovlle Big Green boys soccer team found itself in a familiar place Wednesday night at Clyde High School where last week it defeated Kidron Christian to get to the state semifinals.
OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf senior Colin White signed his national letter of intent Wednesday afternoon to play basketball at The Ohio State University. White was surrounded by his family and teammates in the Ottawa-Glandorf media center to celebrate the occasion.
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Shawnee’s Grace Freiberger, Derek Lyons and Matthew Owen signed their college letters of intent Wednesday.
SHELBY — The Ottawa Glandorf Titans girls’ soccer team found itself in a familiar situation Tuesday evening as the Titans faced the Akron Manchester Panthers at Shelby High School in the state semifinals for the second consecutive year.
In the 22 years that I have covered the state cross country meet, along with the years I have coached, I have learned to expect the unexpected.