Wednesday, March 04, 2015
  • Ottoville defeats Temple Christian
    OTTAWA —Getting a lead and building on it is important in tournament play. 
  • BRYAN — Continental rallied to defeat Ayersville 47-44 in overtime at the Division IV sectional at Bryan High School Tuesday evening. 
  • Leipsic wears down Fort Jennings
    VAN WERT — Having just lost 68-58 to Leipsic in a Putnam County League boys basketball regular-season finale Friday night at The Fort, the Musketeers might have thought they could get sweet revenge Tuesday night to open Division IV sectional action at The Cougars' Den of Van Wert High School. 
  • PUTNAM COUNTY — Boys sectional action for Putnam County teams gets underway this evening with three games in Division IV. 
  • DEFIANCE, OHIO  --  Four players scored in double figures led by senior forward Bernard Edwards' (Detroit, Mich./Warren Cousino) 25 points as the Defiance College men's basketball team captured its third Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament Championship with a 78-55 win against Bluffton University at the Karl H. Weaner Center. 
  • WAPAKONETA — Ottawa-Glandorf's girls basketball team hadn't played a game in 10 days. 
  • MILLBURY — Ottawa-Glandorf's wrestling team will be sending six wrestlers to the DIvision III district tournament in Fostoria next Friday and Saturday. 
  • LIMA — Columbus Grove will be sending six wrestlers to the Division III district next weekend in Troy. 
  • ROSSFORD — Ottawa-Glandorf's bowling team finished tenth at the Division II district tournament Friday evening in Rossford. 
  • OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf had a huge first half Friday evening as the Titans rolled past Lima Bath 87-53 in Western Buckeye League action. 
  • CANTON — Ottawa-Glandorf junior left the state swim meet last year a little disappointed. This year she leaves the state meet a lot happier. 
  • LEIPSIC - Leipsic rallied in the second half Thursday evening to claim a 61-55 Blanchard Valley Conference win over Hopewell-Loudon. 
  • CANTON – Ottawa-Glandorf’s Kathryn Samuelson may not have felt the best Thursday for the Division II state swimming prelims. 
  • OTTAWA — Kalida had to wait a little longer to start their second season.

  • BRYAN — Wayne Trace got off to a bit of a slow start Wednesday evening in their Division IV sectional final at Bryan High School.


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