For the first time, Bryan’s boys tennis team will have two No. 1 seeds in the sectional tournament.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Tuesday that it approved a recommendation from Executive Director Doug Ute that membership dues will be collected from schools beginning with the 2021-22 school year.
FAYETTE — Montpelier racked up 16 wins as the Locomotives’ track and field teams swept a tri-meet with Fayette and Edon on Tuesday at Fayette High School.
ARCHBOLD — Bryan’s track and field teams posted six individual victories as the Golden Bears finished second in a meet with Archbold and Evergreen on Tuesday at Archbold High School.
FAYETTE — Fayette broke a 1-1 tie by scoring a run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to upend Stryker 2-1 in a Buckeye Border Conference baseball game Wednesday at Fayette High School.
PETTISVILLE — Hilltop’s Ian Hoffman walked six batters and allowed seven hits on the mound against Pettisville, but only let two runs across to help give the Cadets an 8-2 Buckeye Border Conference baseball victory on Tuesday at Pettisville Park.
STRYKER — Spencer Clingaman and Kinsey Myers, two of Stryker’s top senior athletes on the links and the track, respectively, will be continuing their athletic careers at the next level.
HICKSVILLE — In the fourth, fifth and sixth innings, Edgerton’s baseball team had the bases loaded or runners in scoring position with one or zero outs, wanting to support Corey Everetts’ two-hit outing on the mound.
ANTWERP — North Central’s baseball team got off to an early 1-0 lead after the top of the first inning, but Antwerp scored 10 unanswered runs — with eight of them coming in the bottom of the fourth — to give the Eagles a 10-1 nonconference loss on Monday at Antwerp High School.
For the next three seasons, all OHSAA boys and girls state tournaments will be at University of Dayton Arena, the OHSAA announced in a press release on Monday.
Hilltop earned the top seed in the Division IV Bryan District, while two area teams received a No. 2 seed as the OHSAA softball tournament draws for the Northwest District were conducted Sunday afternoon.
TOLEDO — Bryan’s baseball team mustered just one hit off Bellevue’s Dalton Fuchs as the Golden Bears lost 6-0 in a nonleague game on Saturday at Mercy Field in Toledo.
SHERWOOD — Fairview’s softball team held Napoleon scoreless over two games and allowed just eight hits in sweeping the Wildcats in a nonleague softball doubleheader Saturday at Fairview High School.
TONTOGANY — Bryan’s Allie Zimmerman recorded three victories as the Golden Bears’ girls track and field team finished second at the Tim Downey Invitational on Friday at Otsego High School.
HOLGATE — Edgerton’s Ashlyn Sleesman tossed a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts, and the Bulldogs racked up 14 hits in cruising past Holgate 24-1 in a Green Meadows Conference softball game Friday at Holgate.
EDGERTON — Fairview boys finished first out of nine teams with 104 points, while Wayne Trace (88) topped Edgerton (84.50) for second in the Edgerton Invitational on Friday at Edgerton High School.
PIONEER — North Central’s Ethan Beard pitched a complete game and only allowed two hits to help the Eagles get a 9-3 Buckeye Border Conference baseball victory over Hilltop on Friday at North Central High School.
EDON — Edon couldn’t slow down Stryker’s bats, as the Panthers scored 11 runs on 14 hits to help pick up an 11-4 Buckeye Border Conference softball win on Thursday at Edon High School.
Four Bryan High School senior athletes, who have not only achieved individual success but have been key leaders on successful Golden Bears’ teams, will get a chance to play sports at the next level.
WEST UNITY — Edon’s softball team hung tough with league-leading Hilltop through five innings, but the Cadets used a big final frame to pull away and remain unbeaten in Buckeye Border Conference play with a 14-4 six-inning victory Wednesday at Hilltop High School.
Bryan’s Jay Fortner kept his perfect record going with a win over two-time state qualifier Matthew McGee, but the Golden Bears came up just short of upsetting top-ranked Ottawa Hills.
Several Bryan track and field athletes recorded multiple wins as the Golden Bears’ girls team finished first and the boys second in a meet against Delta on Tuesday at Shaffer Track and Field.
Bryan’s softball team scored three runs in the top of the first and used that — plus Addie Arnold’s arm — to help give the Golden Bears a 4-1 nonleague victory against Lima Senior on Tuesday at Recreation Park.
METAMORA — The Bryan softball team bounced back on Monday from its first loss of the season over the weekend and claimed sole possession of first place in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League.
DEFIANCE — Montpelier had a 4-2 lead against Tinora heading into the bottom of the seventh, but the Rams rallied and scored three runs to hand the Locomotives a 5-4 nonconference baseball loss on Monday at Tinora High School.
EDGERTON — Edgerton’s Ashlyn Sleesman pitched a complete-game one-hitter to help the Bulldogs get a 6-1 nonconference softball win over Pettisville on Monday in Edgerton.
Jay Fortner entered the boys tennis season as one of the top players in Ohio, but what the Bryan standout has done so far has been nothing short of remarkable.
HICKSVILLE — Edgerton’s boys track and field quartet of Craig Blue, Hunter Burke, Jared Swan and Owen Roth capped off another impressive early-season outing with a meet record.
HICKSVILLE — Montpelier’s Chelsea McCord and Fairview’s Samantha Rohrs had a busy afternoon in leading their respective girls track and field teams Saturday.
Bryan’s boys tennis team finished first in each doubles bracket, including three head-to-head victories against Maumee Valley Country Day, to win the four-team Northwest Ohio Doubles Tournament on Saturday at Bryan High School.
COLDWATER — Bryan’s baseball team nearly salvaged a split against state-ranked Coldwater, but the Cavaliers used a three-run bottom of the sixth inning in the second game to sweep the Golden Bears in nonleague action Saturday at Coldwater.
LIMA — Bryan softball team’s unbeaten start to the season came to an end on Saturday as the Golden Bears split a nonleague doubleheader at Lima Shawnee.