Sunday, November 29, 2015
  • MILLER CITY - Miller City pulled away from Patrick Henry over the middle two quarters Saturday night to claim a 75-55 non-league win. 
  • MILLER CITY - Miller City used a big scoring advantage in the middle two quarters Friday night to record a season opening 69-48 non-league win over Upper Scioto Valley. 
  • OTTAWA - Ottawa-Glandorf outscored Bryan over the first three quarters Friday evening for a 56-49 non-league win. 
  • TINORA - For the second game in a row a quick start was key for the Ottawa-Glandorf girls basketball team. 
  • COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 2015 OHSAA football playoffs have now reached the fourth round, with 28 teams remaining for this weekend’s state semifinals and the opportunity to play for a state championship. 
  • MILLER CITY - Ottawa-Glandorf used a strong fourth quarter Saturday night as the Lady Titans opened the season with a 63-48 non-league win over Miller City. 
  • TINORA - Miller City's girls basketball team opened the 2015-16 season Friday night with a 47-35 non-league win over Tinora. 
  • CONTINENTAL — Archbold jumped out to a quick lead Friday evening as the Blue Streaks downed Continental 67-28 in the season opener for both teams. 
  • PANDORA — Pandora-Gilboa coach Jessica Liedtke celebrated her birthday Friday. 
  • OTTOVILLE — Last season, Ottoville took the Division IV tournament by storm, riding hot shooting and a frenetic defense all the way to the regional final. With the bulk of that roster intact for the 2015-16 season, the Lady Green picked up right where they left off in a 67-15 win over Van Wert on Friday night.

  • WHEATON, ILL.  --  Junior Devin Mangas (Leipsic) scored a game and career-high 26 points to lead the Defiance College men's basketball to a 76-59 win against Wabash (Ind.) College in the season-opener for the Yellow Jackets as part of the Lee Pfund Classic hosted by Wheaton College in Wheaton, Ill. 
  • PUTNAM COUNTY — The 2015-16 high school girls basketball season opens this Friday with six games on the schedule. 
  • COLUMBUS — Three Putnam County volleyball players received all-state recognition from the Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association last week. 
  • COLUMBUS — Four Putnam County soccer players picked up another award this past weekend as Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association released their all-state awards. 
  • FINDLAY — Eight Putnam County soccer players received first team honors as the Northwest Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association released their all district teams for the 2015 season. 

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