Saturday, May 30, 2015
 
  • INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) -- With a week to get ready for the NBA Finals, the Cavaliers have a check list of things to get done before Game 1.

     
  • Miller City falls in regional finals

    HAMLER — It was a matter of getting timely hits Friday at the Division IV regional final at Garrold Parratt Field at Patrick Henry High School.

     
  • TIFFIN — Putnam County track athletes advanced in six more events from the Division III regional meet at Tiffin Friday evening. 
  • Musketeers drop twin bill to Lancers

    MIDDLE POINT — A strong summer baseball season can often establish a foundation for success in the following varsity season. If the first two days of the ACME season are any indication, Lincolnview could be pretty good next year.

     
  • OTTAWA — Two youth baseball camps are being planned in Ottawa this summer. 
  • Miller City rallies to advance to regional finals
    HAMLER —  Miller City rallied twice Thursday afternoon to defeat Toledo Christian in the Division IV regional semifinals at Garrold Parratt Field at Patrick Hnery High School to defeat Toledo Christian 13-7. 
  • DAYTON — Ottawa-Glandorf track athletes qualified to state in three events Thursday evening at the Division II regional at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. 
  • TROY — Ottoville sophomore Brooke Mangas is returning to the state track and field meet. 
  • County athletes punch ticket for state
    TIFFIN — Four individuals and one relay team punched their ticket to the state track and field meet Wednesday evening from the Division III regional meet at Frost-Kalnow Stadium in Tiffin. 
  • LIMA  – The Memorial Day Holiday weekend has always been important on the racing calendar as major league open wheel and stock car events are among the biggest sports happenings around the world. 
  • Lehman pitches Wildcats to regionals
    ELIDA — Miller City has had their share of disappointments at the Division IV district tournament at Elida's Ed Sandy Field. 
  • Ottawa-Glandorf falls to Van Wert
    ADA — Van Wert scored a pair of early runs and got another strong pitching performance from their starter as the Cougars defeated Ottawa-Glandorf 4-2 in the Division III district finals Saturday afternoon at Ohio Northern University. 
  • DEFIANCE — Ottawa-Glandorf’s track teams left Defiance this week happier than they did a week ago.

     
  • Quick start leads O-G past St. Henry
    ADA — Thursday's Division III district semi-final between St. Henry and Ottawa-Glandorf looked to be a pitchers duel. 
  • DEFIANCE — Ottawa-Glandorf advanced a pair of relays and three individuals to next weeks Division II regional meet at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. 

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