OTTAWA — A sizable group of local Division III runners qualified for regional competition at a district cross country meet at Ottawa Park on Saturday.
OTTAWA — After placing in the top 16 of their respective races at a Division II district cross country meet in Ottawa on Saturday, Bryan senior Audrey Zimmerman and sophomore Josh Taylor both qualified for this coming Saturday’s regional competition in Tiffin.
WEST UNITY — The Hilltop football game rode multiple big plays from quarterback Connor Schlosser and a stifling defensive effort to dominate visiting Stryker 47-6 and pick up its first Toledo Area Athletic Conference win of the season.
EDON — Edon quarterback Drew Gallehue connected with senior wide receiver Austin Kiess for four touchdowns as the Bombers ran away with a 42-6 victory against Cardinal Stritch at Leanne Field in Edon on Friday.
Two penalties from Bryan junior Zach Seaman proved to be the difference as a hectic, frustrating Division II sectional final for the Golden Bears ended with a euphoric penalty shootout win over visiting Wauseon.
The Edgerton volleyball team came back from a 2-1 deficit to edge out a 25-11, 23-25, 23-25, 25-7, 15-9 win over Ayersville in a five-set thriller to earn a Division IV sectional championship.
The Bryan volleyball team began its 2019 tournament run with a 25-16, 25-20, 26-24 sweep of St. Marys Memorial in a Division II sectional final in Bryan on Thursday.
SHERWOOD — The Fairview volleyball team used great team service and a balanced scoring attack at the net to cruise past visiting Liberty Center in straight sets (25-14, 25-12, 25-15) in a Division III sectional semifinal on Wednesday.
EDON — After slogging through a tough regular season, the Stryker volleyball team was able to earn a 36-34, 26-24, 17-25, 25-23 upset victory over Buckeye Border Conference champion Edon in a Division IV sectional semifinal in Edon on Tuesday.
The Edgerton volleyball team upset home team Antwerp 25-10, 25-20, 15-25, 27-29, 15-10 in a game that came down to the wire on Tuesday night to advance to a Division IV volleyball sectional final.
WEST UNITY — The Hilltop volleyball team rode momentum from a dominant first set against Pettisville to edge out the next two en route to a straight-set 25-12, 25-22, 29-27 win to advance to a Division IV sectional final.
Bryan senior Case Hartman capped his high school golf career by tying for 38th place with a two-day score of 170 at the Division II OHSAA Boys Golf State Tournament at NorthStar Golf Club in Sunbury over the weekend.
The Bryan cross country teams had two runners finish in first team all-conference spots during the Northwest Ohio Athletic League Cross Country League Championships at Recreation Park on Saturday morning.
The Montpelier football team ran into a buzzsaw Friday night, falling to Toledo Area Athletic Conference leaders Northwood 56-13 on a rainy, sloppy night at Hobe Krouse Field.
HAMLER — Patrick Henry scored three first-quarter touchdowns to back a strong defensive performance in the Patriots’ 35-20 win over Northwest Ohio Athletic League rival Bryan on Friday at Big Red Stadium.
PETTISVILLE — The Edon volleyball team knew the stakes heading into its match at Pettisville on Thursday night: Win, and they’re Buckeye Border Conference champions. Lose, and they could share the title with Hilltop and North Central.
The Hilltop volleyball team will head into the postseason on a high note after dominating Montpelier in a straight-set win (25-17, 25-14, 25-13) on Thursday night.
The Bryan girls soccer team struggled to find its offensive footing as it was held scoreless in a 2-0 loss to Swanton, after the Bulldogs scored two early goals. Despite the two goals, goalkeeper Meggie Voigt had a strong showing in net, recording 14 saves.
BOWLING GREEN — Coming into the Division II District Girls Tennis Tournament, Bryan sophomores Kaitlyn Posey and Emilee Bassett were expecting a tough match.
The Buckeye Border Conference released its the members of its Scholar Athlete program on Wednesday. In order to qualify, students must be a junior or a senior and have at least a cumulative grade point average of 3.25.
Three area football teams are in positions to make the playoffs as they enter a crucial part of the schedule heading into Week 7. Friday’s slate of games offers a few interesting matchups as teams start to jockey for position to try to claw their way into the postseason.
The dream season continued for the Bryan volleyball team on Tuesday, as the Golden Bears completed a perfect 7-0 league record with a 25-15, 25-23, 25-15 sweep of Evergreen to finish off their first outright Northwest Ohio Athletic League title since 1991.
The Bryan boys soccer team survived a rude Senior Night awakening from visiting Swanton to salvage a 1-1 draw with a 74th minute equalizer from Tyler Manon at Recreation Park on Tuesday.
The Bryan girls tennis team closed out its 2019 regular season on Tuesday with a 4-1 victory against Defiance in the inaugural match played at the school’s new tennis courts located between Golden Bear Stadium and Bryan Middle School.
PIONEER — For as long as he could remember, even back when he was a toddler carrying around a set of plastic clubs, Chace Boothman could tell the game of golf would be a major part of his life forever.
HOLGATE — North Central volleyball coach Stacy Roth had one word for how her team looked during the Eagles’ 25-20, 25-22, 23-25, 25-19 win over non-league foe Holgate Monday night in the Tiger Cage: tired.
DEFIANCE — Despite winning a close first set that went to overtime, the Fairview volleyball team dropped the next three en route to a 28-30, 25-15, 25-22, 25-22 loss to Tinora in front of a packed house on Monday. With the win, the Rams grab sole possession of first place in the Green Meadow…
With the Bryan girls soccer team trailing Defiance 1-0 late in a game at Recreation Park in Bryan on Saturday, Bryan sophomore Delilah Taylor was tripped inside the box with less than six minutes remaining, which gave the Bears a penalty kick and an opportunity to tie the game.
The Edgerton girls cross country team won the Antwerp Invitational with a point total of 36 on Saturday. The Bulldogs’ point total beat out second-place Antwerp (69) and third-place Fairview (70).
The Bryan volleyball team overcame a sluggish opening set to dominate the next three en route to a convincing 3-1 (25-27, 25-7, 25-14, 25-14) win over visiting Hilltop on Saturday morning.
The Bryan doubles duo of sophomores Kaitlyn Posey and Emilee Bassett upset the No. 4-seeded Napoleon duo of Maggie Weller and Addison Heitman 6-1, 4-6, 6-1 at a Division II sectional girls tennis tournament in Ottawa Hills on Friday. In the process, the girls clinched a top four spot at the …
The Fairview football team followed a balanced offensive attack and bend-don’t-break defense to a 35-7 win over home team Wayne Trace in Green Meadows Conference action on Friday night.
EDON — The Edon football team scored on all but two of its offensive drives en route to a 49-14 trashing of visiting Ottawa Hills on Friday night, giving head coach Scott Staten his 50th career win, making him the winningest in program history.
The Bryan volleyball team followed a balanced performance at the net and blew past Wayne Trace in four sets (22-25, 25-14, 25-12, 25-22) in a matchup on Thursday night.
After struggling with low numbers and participation in recent years, the Stryker football program has decided to commit to an eight-man schedule for the 2020 season.