As I was leaving the OHSAA Division I Bowling State Final, I was approached by one of the Wapak “super-fans.” She asked if I thought that the fans of our area teams were different than the fans of some of the teams that we had seen at the...
COLUMBUS — Ottawa-Glandorf had three chances in the final 13 seconds.And two of those were returned with a swat by Versailles' Taylor Winner.
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.
High schoolsGirls BasketballState ChampionshipsDivision IIIVersailles 49, Ottawa-Glandorf 46
GirlsState ChampionshipsDivision IW. Chester Lakota W. 44, Notre Dame Academy 38Division II
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.
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 — Versailles is tall, athletic and has played a championship-caliber schedule.That makes the Tigers a very good matchup for Ottawa-Glandorf.
GirlsDivision IIISemifinalsOttawa-Glandorf 55, Proctorville Fairland 27Versailles 54, Doylestown Chippewa 43
COLUMBUS — Ottawa-Glandorf's defense never gave Proctorville Fairland any chance to breathe.The Titans totally smothered Fairland from the opening tip.
High schoolsGirls BasketballThursday's resultsState SemifinalsDivision III
High schoolsToday's gamesGirls BasketballState SemifinalDivision IIIat Ohio State
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.
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.
Boys BasketballRegional semifinalsDivision IIIToday's gameAt Bowling Green State University Stroh Center
LEXINGTON — Ottawa-Glandorf is getting pretty good at making history.Last fall O-G's girls soccer team became the first team in the area to reach the soccer state championship game.
ELIDA — Two feet.
High SchoolsGirls BasketballRegional FinalsDivision IIIOttawa-Glandorf 43, North Union 30At Lexington
BoysDivision ICenterville 67, Cin. Elder 62Cin. Moeller 46, Wilmington 43Cols. Northland 66, Gahanna Lincoln 65Dublin Jerome 61, Grove City 57
It was very early this season in Delphos that Harry Sullins voiced his opinion that if you are a member of your bowling association that you really need to roll in the tournaments. I remember that we even promoted that view on this page.
“Ummm Ummm Ummmm!” pondered Shelby Timmerman, the lone senior from The Wapak Lady Redskins when she was first asked to represent your OHSAA DI State Champion Wapak Redskins.
High SchoolsBoys BasketballToday's gamesDistrict finalsDivision IAt Findlay (Liberty-Benton)