TOLEDO — For a little more than three quarters, Lima Senior stood toe-to-toe with the champ.For around three minutes, Lakewood St. Edward showed why it will defend that championship in the coming week.
BOWLING GREEN — There were some changes in the cast, but the destination will be the same.
COLUMBUS — Despite losing much of a 14-point lead in the third quarter, West Chester Lakota West held off Toledo Notre Dame Academy 44-38 to win its first Division I title Saturday at Ohio State's Value City Arena.
ST. LOUIS — NCAA wrestling organizers flipped the competition order so Logan Stieber's bid for a fourth national championship came last instead of third in the order. That was the lone suspense remaining from Ohio State's first...
High schoolsGirls BasketballState ChampionshipsDivision IIIVersailles 49, Ottawa-Glandorf 46
GirlsState ChampionshipsDivision IW. Chester Lakota W. 44, Notre Dame Academy 38Division II
The Lima Express of the Premier Basketball League will play host to the Ohio Flash from Dayton at Lima Central Catholic High School. Tipoff is at 3 p.m. Fans are being asked to wear red and white.
Parkway's Amanda Stachler will sign her national letter of intent for bowling to the University of Northwestern Ohio at 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, in the school's community room.
Anglers living in Ohio usually do not have trout fishing as one of their major pursuits, primarily because there are not many trout waters in the state.
Each Sunday, The Lima News publishes a calendar of events of local interest. Events should be submitted by Wednesday of each week to The Lima News sports department, 3515 Elida Road, Lima, OH 45802-0690. Call 800-686-9924 or 567-242-0451 any day after...
One of my lasting memories for this season was the impact that the OHSAA Division I battle of Wapakoneta and Beavercreek had on Blake Knueve, of Wapakoneta.
Girls BasketballState SemifinalsDivision INotre Dame Academy 61, Solon 48W. Chester Lakota W. 53, Newark 50Division IIKettering Alter 53, Millersburg W. Holmes 37
High SchoolsGirls BasketballToday's gameDivision IIIState Championship
COLUMBUS — Dayton never gets tired — of winning.Dyshawn Pierre scored 20 points and the Flyers rode a loud home-state advantage to another NCAA Tournament victory, beating Providence 66-53 Friday night.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. — The Los Angeles Angels hit two sets of back-to-back triples in one inning Friday night, tagging Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer during an 11-5 victory over the Indians.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Joey Votto hit his first home run of the spring in the first inning and his Cincinnati Reds teammates went on to rally for five runs in the top of the ninth for a 6-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Friday...
COLUMBUS — Versailles is tall, athletic and has played a championship-caliber schedule.That makes the Tigers a very good matchup for Ottawa-Glandorf.
BOWLING GREEN — It was make or break time and Wayne Trace refused to break.
PORTLAND, Ore. — As soon as the NCAA Tournament bracket came out, Arizona coach Sean Miller sent a text message to Ohio State's Thad Matta.“Here we go again,” Miller wrote.
This NCAA Tournament feels like one of those BOGO specials at the supermarket.Buy into one intriguing storyline, get one at no extra charge.What a deal!
KETTERING — Marion Local saw its season end with a 47-39 loss to 28-0 Tri-Village on Friday in the Division IV regional final at Fairmont High School.
GirlsDivision IIISemifinalsOttawa-Glandorf 55, Proctorville Fairland 27Versailles 54, Doylestown Chippewa 43
PEORIA, Ariz. — Taijuan Walker faced his first bit of trouble so far in spring training but escaped a second-inning jam to help the Seattle Mariners defeat the Cleveland Indians 5-2 on Thursday night.
COLUMBUS — Ottawa-Glandorf's defense never gave Proctorville Fairland any chance to breathe.The Titans totally smothered Fairland from the opening tip.
TOLEDO — This time was going to be different. Very different.