Sunday, April 26, 2015
 
  • MIDDLE POINT —Lincolnview went into Friday’s game looking to rebound from a 15-run loss to Paulding the night before. 
  • WAPAKONETA — Ottawa-Glandorf's girls track team won four events and placed second six times to claim the team title at the Wapakoneta Redskin Relays Friday night. 
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Austin Swift was dominate Friday afternoon as Kalida squared off against Putnam County League rival Columbus Grove. 
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove used a big inning to get the lead, then held off a late Continental rally to post a 7-6 Putnam County League win Friday. 
  • OTTOVILLE — Ottoville’s girls track team won a five team meet Thursday evening at the Bob Kaple Athletic Complex.

     
  • GLANDORF — Megan KItchen tossed a one-hitter Thursday afternoon to lead Ottawa-Glandorf to an 11-1 Western Buckeye League win in five innings. 
  • FINDLAY — Miller City suffered its first loss of the baseball season Thursday as the Wildcats fell to Liberty-Benton 7-1 in non-league action. 
  • VAN WERT — Here is a look at the Tuesday evening track and field results for meets at Van Wert and Delphos St. John's. 
  • OTTOVILLE — Columbus Grove scored nine times in the fourth inning Wednesday on their way to an 11-3 Putnam County League win over Ottoville. 
  • MILLER CITY - Miller City scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning Wednesday to defeat Ottoville 4-3 in Putnam County League softball action. 
  • BLUFFTON — Bluffton University presented its top athletics awards April 14 to all-conference performers in football and softball. 
  • PANDORA — Miller City banged out 17 hits and received a one hitter from Ross Lehman in defeating Pandora-Gilboa 20-0 in Putnam County League action Tuesday evening. 
  • DELPHOS — With a gusty wind blowing out at Jefferson's Lady Wildcat Field Tuesday afternoon, one might have expected a more offensively-oriented fast-pitch softball clash. 
  • WAUSEON — Ottawa-Glandorf bounced back from a tough Western Buckeye League loss on Friday to sweep Wauseon in a non-league doubleheader. 
  • LEIPSIC — Saturday's afternoon baseball doubleheader involving Jefferson at Leipsic saw typical Ohio spring weather all rolled into one. 

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