Bryan boys basketball coach Brandon Fisher and his team were happy to hit the court Friday after spending two weeks in quarantine.
Stryker girls basketball had four games postponed and will open its season Friday at Edon in a Buckeye Border Conference matchup. Stryker and Edon shared the BBC title with Montpelier last year after each team went 8-4 in league play.
The Bryan girls and boys bowling teams split against Evergreen on Monday as the girls edged out the Vikings 2,096-1,705 and the boys fell 2,346-2,228 in a Northwest Ohio Athletic League match at Bryan Lanes.
Josiah Poletta did not know how to describe the moment. But the raw emotion from his fellow coaches and the players on the Van Wert High School football team when the clock showed all zeroes narrated it for him.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Tuesday parents of players participating in winter sports can continue to attend athletic competitions after Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine suggested conducting games without fans.
EDGERTON — It took some late-game heroics within the last minute of the contest, but Edgerton was able to pull out the win over nonconference foe Pettisville.
Edon’s Drew Gallehue and Fairview’s Doug Rakes Jr., two quarterbacks who put up big-time numbers in leading their respective teams, earned the top offensive honors as the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association released its all-Northwest District football selections for the 2020 season.
DELTA — Edon’s girls basketball team fell behind 17-2 after the first quarter and couldn’t recover in a season-opening 59-17 loss to Delta in a nonconference game Saturday.
Bryan has temporarily shut down its high school boys basketball program due to a positive COVID-19 test within the team, Golden Bears Athletic Director Chad Savage said Wednesday.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Wednesday it has adjusted the game times for the remaining state football championship games this weekend in order to assist with Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s 10 p.m. statewide curfew order.
Bryan’s wrestling team this season will look a lot like the 2019-20 version, and that has head coach Matt Dominique excited about what the Golden Bears could accomplish.
Bryan’s boys basketball team has the pieces to sustain its recent success. With four returning letterwinners and a corps of players hungry for varsity action, the Golden Bears will look to build off of their fourth-straight winning season and first sectional title in nearly 20 years.
Todd Grosjean has been having a lot of fun watching Bryan’s girls basketball team practice. With the depth, talent and experience his squad has, it’s understandable.
WEST UNITY — If Hilltop can stay healthy, girls basketball coach Troy Grime believes this season’s Cadets can rise in the Buckeye Border Conference.
SHERWOOD — A solid mix of youth and experience, along with motivation from a couple second-place finishes, could mean another successful season for Fairview’s girls basketball team.
Fairview wrestling coach Josh Neilson has his entire roster from the 2019-20 season back. He didn’t shy away from what he thinks the group could accomplish this season.
WEST UNITY — Hilltop lost one of its best players last year in senior guard Jay Garrett, who was second-team all-Buckeye Border Conference and one of Hilltop’s best scorers and defenders.
EDON — Coming off a second-place finish in the Buckeye Border Conference and its best season in six years, Edon’s boys basketball team will look to take another step forward during the 2020-21 campaign.
SHERWOOD — Bodi Kauffman finds himself in a familiar position with his team. But once Fairview gets its basketball legs going, the Apaches are expecting a strong season.
Stryker’s Amos Sloan earned first-team honors and four of his teammates also garnered recognition as the Northern 8 Football Conference released its inaugural all-league selections for the 2020 season.