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BATH TOWNSHIP — Alyssa Windau got the victory as Shawnee beat Bath 5-1, giving the Wildkittens their first WBL loss of the season. Chloe Wohlgamuth and Kierstan Courtney had three hits each also for Shawnee. Julia Miller doubled for...
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The best birthday gifts are not necessarily wrapped up in a pretty box.
LIMA — Veterans love to get back on the winning track. For Kyle Sauder, that was the case as he won the Spring Fling at Limaland Motorsports Park last Friday night.
ANDERSON — A violation of the coaches ejection policy resulted in Bluffton University having to forfeit its win against Anderson University in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament Friday.
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The Western Buckeye League has announced its All-Academic Athletes for 2014-15.
ATLANTA — Mike Foltynewicz won his first career start and drove in two runs with his first career hit to help the Atlanta Braves beat the Cincinnati Reds.
CLEVELAND — The Indians waved goodbye to a miserable April and welcomed the month of May with a potent offensive attack Friday night at Progressive Field.
The most-anticipated fight in decades. The best-known horse race. A resumption of one of the premier baseball rivalries. The NFL draft. Playoff games, too.And those are just the highlights.Super Saturday awaits.
BATH TOWNSHIP – More than once during Bath's 3-0 softball win over Elida on Thursday, Julia Miller took the game into her own hands.Literally.
WAYNESFIELD — The thrill of racing is coming back to Waynesfield.
ST. MARYS — Chase Roop allowed no earned runs, four hits, four walks while striking out five over six innings as St. Marys defeated top-ranked Division III Coldwater 2-1 in baseball Thursday.
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CHICAGO — Even with significant off-field baggage, Jameis Winston was the first pick in the NFL draft Thursday night.With no such issues, Marcus Mariota went second.
BEREA — Danny Shelton didn't need long to record his first NFL sack.
CINCINNATI — The Bengals felt they were in position to take a player in the first round who may not even play for them next season.
Limaland Motorsports Park returns to action Friday, with Modified Mayhem, featuring the K & N Filters UMP Modifieds. Also the K & L Ready Mix NRA Sprint Invaders and the Budweiser Thunderstocks will compete. Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 6:30...
Quiz on testing your skill matching NFL greats with the round they were drafted.
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — A pitcher's confidence can grow immensely if the defense plays well behind him.And spotting the pitcher nine runs early on doesn't hurt matters either.
BATH TOWNSHIP — A large number of softball teams would love to have the two number two pitchers that took the mound for Crestview and Bath on Wednesday evening.
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Wapakoneta's game plan at Shawnee tied back to a simple mindset Wednesday: Be aggressive.
SPENCERVILLE — Kara May knocked out a home run for the third straight game and also doubled as Spencerville pounded out 18 hits in a 16-7 softball victory against Delphos Jefferson on Wednesday.
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