Tuesday, January 24, 2017
  • COLUMBUS GROVE - Columbus Grove's girls basketball team can come at a team in man different ways.
  • COLUMBUS GROVE - Columbus Grove used a third quarter scoring advantage Saturday night to defeat Kalida 48-43 in Putnam County League action.
  • DELPHOS — Friday night, Jefferson’s boys basketball team used its press to force an up-tempo game in a 20-point victory over Ada.
  • COLUMBUS GROVE - Miller City gave Columbus Grove a battle early Saturday afternoon.
  • OTTOVILLE — The Minster at Ottoville girls basketball matchup Saturday afternoon was a heavyweight tossup.
  • Lady Titans remain undefeated
    OTTAWA — Miami Trace came out firing against Ottawa-Glandorf's defensive pressure Saturday afternoon.
  • MIDDLE POINT — Lincolnview head coach Brett Hammons expected his team to have difficulty with Columbus Grove big man Rece Roney when the two Northwest Conference rivals hooked up at the Barnyard on Friday night. When center Isaic Bowersock picked up his second foul in the middle of the first quarter, the Lancers looked to be in trouble.

  • OTTAWA — Coming off their first loss of the season last Saturday against Findlay, Ottawa-Glandorf boys coach Tyson McGlaughlin was looking to see how his team responded Friday evening against Shawnee.
  • MILLER CITY — Miller City used a strong finish Friday evening to defeat Ottoville 72-62 in Putnam County League action.
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Lincolnview stayed close to state ranked Columbus Grove for about five minutes of their Northwest Conference battle Thursday evening.

  • SHAWNEE TWP. — Moving up the number one spot in the Division II poll didn't bother the Ottawa-Glandorf girls basketball team.
  • KENTON — The Ottawa-Glandorf swim teams made the trip to Kenton on Tuesday and came home with a pair of wins from a tri meet.

  • LIMA — Ottawa-Glandorf's male bowling team moved above the .500 mark in West Ohio High School Bowling Conference action Tuesday with a win over Lima Central Catholic.
  • BLUFFTON – Senior forward Kelsey Tietje (Patrick Henry) became the school’s all-time leading rebounder as the Defiance College women's basketball team pulled out a victory against the top-ranked team in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference and the 24th-ranked team in Division III with a, 79-75, double overtime win at the Sommer Center in Bluffton, Ohio.
  • OTTAWA — The unbeaten Ottawa-Glandorf girls basketball team jumped one spot in this weeks AP poll as they are the new number one team in Division II.
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