A celebration for Wapakoneta's girls Division I state bowling champions will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Astro Lanes in Wapakoneta.
BOWLING GREEN — Delphos St. John's coach Aaron Elwer had a feeling Cardinal Stritch might try to slow it down in a big way.The Cardinals did, and it sort of, kind of worked … for a few early minutes.
If you're looking to toss together an appetizing banquet of postseason prosperity in the tournament, you need to include the following ingredients.
KETTERING — The Jackson Center Tigers had a difficult time contending with Marion Local's incredible size, and couldn't get anything going offensively in falling to the Flyers 47-36 in the Division IV regional semifinals Tuesday...
LIMA — The talent was never in question.Nor the ridiculous athleticism.Speed and quickness? Check and check.
OTTAWA — The good news was Ottawa-Glandorf reached the girls soccer state championship game.But with the soccer success, it meant a late start for the girls basketball team.
Ottawa-Glandorf senior Elissa Ellerbrock was named first-team all-state in Division III by The Associated Press on Tuesday.The Titans' Troy Yant was among four named coach of the year in D-III.
BoysDivision IVCanal Winchester Harvest Prep 66, Peebles 53Cols. Africentric 55, Glouster Trimble 47Delphos St. John's 45, Cardinal Stritch 32
Boys BasketballRegional semifinalsDivision IIIToday's gameAt Bowling Green State University Stroh Center
COLUMBUS — Lima Senior's Rion Thompson and Bath's Madison Dackin and Alyssa Manley received All-Ohio recognition when The Associated Press Division I and Division II all-state girls basketball teams were announced on...
LIMA – NCAA brackets, the return of baseball and advertisements for tuxedo rentals for proms are all signs of impending spring.
OTTAWA —Ottawa-Glandorf's girls are back.Just last fall Ottawa-Glandorf was preparing for the state soccer tournament.
OTTAWA – Ottawa-Glandorf certainly wasn't looking past its district final opponent this past Saturday.But, the Titans surely knew what was awaiting them after notching the district title.
Production issues made it difficult to read the men's tournament bracket in today's The Lima News. As a courtesy to our readers, we're making it available for download here, with plans to run it with more clarity in Tuesday's The Lima News.
LCC will sell tickets for its boys regional basketball game against Ottawa-Glandorf during school hours Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and in the bookstore from 6-8 p.m. Monday.
Sixty-eight teams will begin the NCAA Tournament this week, all hoping to be the last one standing on April 6 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. But you can't win it all without winning one, so here is quick look at the matchups set on...
The Kentucky Wildcats ended up where everyone expected them on Selection Sunday: Seeded No. 1 on their quest to become the first undefeated team since 1976.
MESA, Ariz. — Chris Denorfia hit a two-run homer for Chicago's only hit and Travis Wood pitched three-hit ball for five innings as the Cubs beat the Cincinnati Reds 2-1 Sunday.
AVONDALE, Ariz. — Kevin Harvick is redefining dominance at NASCAR's highest level.
CHICAGO — Nigel Hayes scored 25 points, Frank Kaminsky added 19 and No. 6 Wisconsin outscored Michigan State 11-0 in overtime Sunday for an 80-69 victory in the Big Ten Tournament championship game.
NEW YORK — Briante Weber was last to climb the ladder, hopping up each rung on his left leg to keep weight off his right, the one with the huge black brace and surgically repaired knee ligaments.
Girls basketballState pairingsat Ohio StateDivision IVFostoria St. Wendelin (24-4) vs. #6 Waterford (26-1), Thursday, 1 pm
DELPHOS — A home court advantage – some of it real, some of it imagined – is something that has long been associated with Delphos St. John's basketball.
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina — Bluffton sophomore Trey Everett (Sidney/Fairlawn) finished third in the high jump for All-American honors Saturday at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championship. He finished the day with a best jump...
WHITEHOUSE — Five Titans scored in double figures as Ottawa-Glandorf defeated Delta 88-58 in the Division III district championship game Saturday night at Anthony Wayne High School.