DEFIANCE — Fairview's Emily Singer and Lorelle Hetrick posted top-10 finishes as the Apaches finished second in a tightly-contested Defiance Girls Golf Invitational on Thursday at Eagle Rock Golf Club.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted will have a decision on all high school fall sports finalized this weekend and announced Tuesday, DeWine said during his COVID-19 update press conference on Thursday.
Zack Hayes earned medalist honors with a 3-over 75, Colin Patten finished tied for third with an 82 and North Central's boys golf team earned the team title in their own tournament at Thursday's Eagle Invitational at Suburban Golf Course.
KALIDA — Drew Dauber and his Bryan boys golf teammates continued their strong start to the season as the Golden Bears finished third at the Kalida Wildcat Invitational on Wednesday at Moose Landing Golf Club.
All five North Central boys golfers posted rounds in the 40s as the Eagles used a balanced lineup to win a tri-match against Swanton and Edon on Tuesday at Suburban Golf Course.
Bryan’s football team will open the season with back-to-back road games in an all-league slate as the Northwest Ohio Athletic League released its revised 2020 prep football schedule on Tuesday.
DEFIANCE — Bryan sophomore Drew Dauber fired an 8-over 79 to finish tied for eighth and three of his teammates shot sub-90 rounds as the Golden Bears’ boys golf team finished third at the Defiance Invitational on Monday at Eagle Rock Golf Club.
WAUSEON — Montpelier senior Hunter Burlew blistered Ironwood Golf Course with a 4-over 76 to earn medalist honors and lead the Locomotives to a third-place finish at the Wauseon Invitational on Monday.
In recent years, the popularity of pickleball has soared. The 2019 Pickleball Participant Report by the Sports & Fitness Industry Association reports there are more than 3.3. million pickleball players in the United States, making it one of the country’s fastest-growing sports.
In the third annual Montpelier Lady Locos Invitational on Friday, Fairview’s girls golf team finished second by shooting a 374 at Suburban Golf Course.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Tuesday that schools will be allowed to seek rights fees from local media outlets or video production companies to provide live video of their regular-season home football games on Friday nights during the 2020 season.
Minnesota Twins relief pitcher and Bryan native Matt Wisler is off to hot start in MLB’s shortened season, which is because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The OHSAA reaffirmed its OK on practices for all high, low and non-contact sports to begin practice on Satruday and have competitions start on their respective dates, the association announced in a press release Friday afternoon.
On Randy Fisher’s drive back to Bryan, his hometown, he got choked up telling his wife, Amy, about his time in the city he grew up in.
With the fall high school sports season set to begin practice on Saturday, the Ohio High School Athletic Association provided several updates to administrators in regards to practices, games and scrimmages late Tuesday evening.
The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) Council of Presidents, which includes Defiance College, has unanimously voted to push football, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball to next spring because of the coronavirus pandemic, the conference announced in a press release Monday morning.
A project years in the making came to fruition Sunday evening as Bryan tennis unveiled its recently completed tennis courts with the Bryan girls program holding an alumni tennis match.
The Ohio High School Football Coaches Association (OHSFCA) sent a return-to-play proposal to its head coaches Tuesday afternoon, outlining how Ohio high school football can return this fall in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
EDON — There are still many decisions and policies to work out before Edon returns to school this fall in the midst of the global coronavirus outbreak, but Superintendent Anthony Stevens made it clear at Monday’s board meeting that he wants students back in school in whatever way possible.
After missing out on the 2020 spring season as a result of the global coronavirus outbreak, six seniors in the Bryan baseball program had one last chance to take Sumpter Field on Sunday for a senior day ceremony and an intrasquad scrimmage.
With the 2020 Bryan summer swim season canceled due to the closing of the community’s pools as a result of the global coronavirus outbreak, it meant seven Golden Bear seniors were without a final season in the Greater Northwest Ohio Aquatic Club.
Bryan’s baseball team used a four-run first inning to jump on top of Napoleon early, and the Golden Bears never looked back on their way to a convincing 8-2 victory at Sumpter Field in Bryan on Monday.
Bryan senior Nolan Kidston tossed a four-hit shutout with three strikeouts as the Bryan baseball team beat the Maumee Panthers 5-0 at Sumpter Field in Bryan on Thursday.
Orange fences and construction equipment provided the signs early last week that after years of fundraising and planning, Bryan’s Project 2020 initiative officially began construction of an amphitheater in Bryan’s Recreation Park, adjacent to the bathrooms near the Imagination Station.
In what was the last at bat of her softball career, Bryan’s Meggie Voigt blasted a walk-off hit to the right field fence to score Alex Vreeland from second base and give the Golden Bears a 5-4 victory in eight innings over Hilltop on Thursday.
The Bryan summer baseball team surrendered a run to the Archbold Blue Streaks with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to lose 5-4 and drop to 2-7 on the season on Thursday.
The Bears banged out 15 hits, with the top of the order doing the most damage in a 14-3 victory over Napoleon Friday night in summer high school baseball action at Sumpter Field.
A week after losing a 9-6 extra-inning affair to Anthony Wayne, the Bryan baseball team fell again to the Generals on Monday, this time in the form of a 13-3 blowout at Sumpter Field.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Indiana Tech senior and 2016 Edon graduate Landon Bloir has been named to the 2020 Academic All-America NAIA Baseball Team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), the association announced Monday.
STRYKER — As he gathered his coaching staff and girls basketball team together after school one day toward the end of February, longtime Stryker girls basketball coach Steve Brown — a self-described “mess” for situations like these — knew he was about to face one of the more emotional moment…