Wednesday, February 10, 2016
  • ARCHBOLD — Ottawa-Glandorf used a big second quarter Tuesday night to defeat Archbold 60-52 in a battle of state ranked teams.
  • LIMA — Miller City fended off a fourth quarter challenge by Lima Perry Tuesday evening to claim a 65-57 non-league boys basketball win.
  • HILLSDALE, Mich.— A school record highlighted the performance of the Trine men's track and field team on the final day of the Hillsdale Wide Track Classic.
  • DELPHOS — Fort Jennings used a fourth quarter scoring advantage Monday evening to record a 53-49 win over Delphos Jefferson.
  • ST. MARYS — Ottawa-Glandorf had one champion, one runner-up and three third place finishes at the Western Buckeye League wrestling championships Saturday at St. Marys.
  • PUTNAM COUNTY — Pairings were set Sunday afternoon for the upcoming boys sectional tournaments in the area.
  • OTTOVILLE — Ottoville raced out to an early lead Saturday night in topping rival Delphos St. John's 54-27 in non-league action.
  • ARLINGTON — The atmosphere at Arlington High School Saturday was electric as the state ranked Red Devils hosted state ranked Columbus Grove.
  • PAULDING —  Columbus Grove had one champion and two runners-up at the Northwest Conference tournament Saturday at Pauding High School.

  • MILLER CITY - Kalida moved to closer to claiming at least a share of the Putnam County League title Friday night with a 44-42 win over Miller City.
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove wasted little time in staking their claim for a share of the Northwest Conference title Thursday night.
  • OTTAWA — With a big crowd on hand and Ottawa-Glandorf celebrating senior night, the Titans were unable to grab an outright Western Buckeye League title.
  • NAPOLEON — Ottawa-Glandorf broke open a tight game in the third quarter as the Titans downed Napoleon 47-33 in non-league action.
  • Leipsic's Gavin Cupp is a Buckeye
    LEIPSIC — Leipsic senior Gavin Cupp signed a national letter-of-intent Wednesday morning to accept a football scholarship from The Ohio State University.
  • FINDLAY — Countless numbers of athletes from numerous collegiate athletic programs made their way to The University of Findlay's Malcolm Athletic Center for the second day of the Findlay Classic on Saturday, Jan. 30th.

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