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Reds’ Votto stays on homer roll

Reds’ Votto stays on homer roll

CHICAGO — Joey Votto set a Cincinnati Reds franchise record with another powerful show at Wrigley Field, while Kris Bryant was only a spectator in what might have been his last game with the Chicago Cubs. It was the last game in a Cubs uniform for popular first...

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Lima area sports calendar

Lima area sports calendar

Note: Events may be canceled due to coronavirus outbreak. Each week, The Lima News publishes a calendar of events of local interest. Events should be submitted by noon Monday of each week to The Lima News. ARCHERY Allen County: The Allen County Archers hold 3-D shoots...

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Locos top Ice Haulers, reach championship series

Locos top Ice Haulers, reach championship series

SANDUSKY — The Lima Locos advanced to the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League championship series with an 8-5 Game 3 victory Wednesday night against the Ice Haulers. Lima started off with three runs in the first inning and built a 5-0 advantage before Sandusky...

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Finke, Ledecky win swimming gold

Finke, Ledecky win swimming gold

TOKYO — Bobby Finke of the United States captured gold in the debut of the men’s 800-meter swimming freestyle event at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. Italy’s Gregorio Paltrinieri grabbed the silver after leading most of the race, while the bronze went to...

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Limaland racers offered chance at bonus

Limaland racers offered chance at bonus

LIMA — The Indian Lake Sports Park, owned by the Kaser family, has offered up the “Mr. Excitement” Bonus, honoring the memory of “Mr. Excitement” Tim Allison during Friday night’s racing at Limaland Motorsports Park. The bonus will...

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Baseball: Reyes homer nearly strikes cyclist

Baseball: Reyes homer nearly strikes cyclist

CLEVELAND — Some batters hit for the cycle. Indians slugger Franmil Reyes nearly hit the cyclist. Reyes homered twice, the first a second-inning blast that bounced out of Progressive Field and almost dinged a bicyclist pedaling on a street next to the park, and...

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Olympics: U.S. women capture 3-on-3 hoops gold

Olympics: U.S. women capture 3-on-3 hoops gold

TOKYO — Their scrapbooks and trophy cases are filled with memories from Final Fours, national titles, All-America honors and even some impressive showings in the pros. Now, they have Olympic gold medals to go with all that. The U.S. team of Stefanie Dolson,...

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Locos stay alive

Locos stay alive

LIMA — It’s two games in and the series is even. The semifinal series will come down to today. The Lima Locos evened the series with Sandusky with a 7-5 victory over the Ice Haulers on Tuesday night at Simmons Field. The Great Lakes Collegiate League...

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Ohio State, Big Ten have preseason questions

Traditionally, every coach in the Big Ten is full of optimism and talks about how he’s looking forward to a great season when he strides to the podium to discuss his team at the Big Ten’s Football Media Days in late July. This year when those coaches talk...

Ohio State football: Day stays coy about quarterbacks

COLUMBUS — The competition to become Ohio State’s starting quarterback was deservedly the center of attention at the Buckeyes’ spring football game on Saturday. No surprise there. And in an equally unsurprising situation, head coach Ryan Day said the...

Football: Ohio State’s Vincent could be ready for big year

COLUMBUS — Expectations don’t come much higher than those Taron Vincent carried with him when he arrived at Ohio State in 2018. He was a 5-star recruit who was rated the No. 1 defensive tackle recruit in the country. Throw in the fact his dad, Troy...

Fields puts on show for NFL scouts

COLUMBUS — Before Ohio State’s pro day Tuesday, Justin Fields was considered a lock to go among the top 10 picks of the NFL draft. He only helped himself with his workout at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Fields ran an unofficial time of 4.44 seconds in...