EDON — Senior Claire Radabaugh scored 15 second-half points to help the Edon girls basketball team overcome a double-digit halftime deficit and beat visiting Montpelier 49-47 on Tuesday night.
LIBERTY CENTER — Camden Krugh caught a pass on the perimeter, hesitated and fired a rushed 3-pointer that missed off the rim midway through the first half. On the other end of the floor, Liberty Center coach Greg Badenhop called over the junior.
The Bryan boys bowling team got a lift from an unexpected source, while the girls team bounced back from a tough weekend and put together an all-around dominating performance, as both Golden Bears squads picked up wins over visiting Patrick Henry on Monday.
The Bryan girls basketball team fended off a comeback attempt from a determined Edgerton squad to hold on for a 57-46 victory and improve to 4-1 on the season in Bryan on Monday.
It was with great sadness that I was told last week of the passing of Hobert “Hobie” Krouse, who was my football coach at Montpelier High School.
BUTLER, Ind. — With the Bryan boys basketball team locked in a 41-41 tie across state lines against the Eastside Blazers on Saturday, Bryan senior Connor Arthur drove and hit what would prove to be the game-winning layup with 4.3 seconds left in the game.
Members of the Bryan High School boys and girls tennis teams took first-place honors at the USTA High School Showcase as they edged out Sylvania Northview to capture the win at the Smart Center on the campus of Defiance College on Sunday.
Team scores — 1. Wauseon (315 points), 2. Parkway (284), 3. Fairview (213), 4. Arcadia (208), 5. Bryan (189), 6. Edgerton (149), 7. Montpelier (131), 8. Antwerp (108), 9. Hicksville (58), 10. Napoleon (26)
Scott Staten has resigned as head football coach at Edon High School, he announced via a letter emailed to The Bryan Times and on his Twitter page Wednesday night.
STRYKER — The Stryker girls basketball team bounced back from an early 9-0 deficit in the first quarter to come back and earn a 32-27 victory against North Central on Friday.
The Bryan bowling teams came away from their matches against Wauseon on Friday with mixed results, as the boys won handily, but the girls lost after dropping both match play games and the final baker game.
MONTPELIER — Despite the fact that the Montpelier girls basketball team entered the fourth quarter with a 31-27 lead, the Locomotives found themselves down by five with 32 seconds left to play after a strong scoring fourth quarter from Fayette. Montpelier had only scored two points in the qu…
MONTPELIER — Montpelier’s boys basketball team erased what was once a 12-point deficit to take a 40-39 lead late against North Central on Thursday, but the Eagles responded to score the game’s final six points and escape with a 45-40 victory.
EDON — The Edon boys basketball team overcame a sluggish offensive first half to beat Fayette 37-30 on Thursday night, earning the Bombers’ first win of the season and the first victory of coach Andrew Kiess’ tenure.
PIONEER — With 16.9 seconds left and the game tied at 47 in the North Central girls basketball team’s matchup with Montpelier on Tuesday night, Locomotives sophomore Chelsea McCord ripped down a rebound and was fouled. McCord went to the line and made the front end of a one-and-one, and Mont…
The Bryan girls basketball team held a 40-39 lead with five minutes to go, but the Golden Bears couldn’t hang on and faltered down the stretch to lose 45-42 at home against Wayne Trace on Tuesday.
Bryan seniors Nate Miller and Connor Arthur have both earned Division IV All-Ohio football honors from the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association, according to a release on Monday.
Steven Brancheau, the nine-year head coach of the Montpelier football program, has resigned from his post, according to a press release from Montpelier on Monday.
WEST UNITY — The Hilltop girls basketball team followed big scoring nights from sophomores Alex Horton and Leanna Baker, plus a few key contributions off the bench, to win a 65-62 nailbiter over visiting Tinora on Monday night for the Cadets’ first win of the season.
Edgerton senior running back Hunter Prince was named the 2019 Division VII Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association’s offensive player of the year, according to a release on Sunday.
Titus Rohrer scored 18 points, Reese Jackson had 15 and Caleb Zuver added 13 as the Bryan boys basketball team opened up the 2019-20 season with a 52-37 victory against the Tinora Rams in Bryan on Saturday.
STRYKER — The Edgerton boys basketball team shut out Stryker in the fourth quarter and was able to pull away and secure a 56-30 victory on Saturday night, the Bulldogs’ first victory of the 2019-20 season.
Pettisville senior center Graeme Jacoby scored 22 points and hauled in six rebounds to lead the Blackbirds to a 57-31 season-opening win over visiting Montpelier on Friday night.
The Montpelier girls basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season and 2-0 in the Buckeye Border Conference with a 55-30 victory against Pettisville on Tuesday.
WEST UNITY — With a basket by Jay Garrett at the 5:46 mark of the fourth quarter, the Hilltop boys basketball team had cut what was once a 10-point Stryker lead to 40-38.
PIONEER — The North Central boys basketball team rode a big scoring night by sophomore Zack Hayes and some clutch free-throw shooting by senior point guard Jack Bailey to win its opening game over Edon 64-47 on Friday night.
A third-quarter surge by the Bryan girls basketball team gave the Golden Bears the lift they needed to pull away from Holgate for a 47-35 victory in Bryan on Tuesday.
Both the Bryan boys and girls bowling teams have big expectations this year. The boys want to challenge for a Northwest Ohio Athletic League title, and the girls want to follow up last year’s state runners-up performance with another trip to the state tournament. Both teams got off to a stro…
SHERWOOD — Throughout her years as a member of the Fairview volleyball program, Madison Schoenauer hadn’t beat Tinora — not in high school, not even going back as far as middle school. After the Apaches lost to the Rams in the regular season, the two teams met up again in the district semifi…
The Bryan girls basketball team picked up an impressive 61-32 win on the road at Ottawa Hills to start the season on Saturday, behind a balanced scoring attack where seven Golden Bears chipped in with seven or more points.
STRYKER — The Stryker girls basketball team only made 11 field goals from open play, but the Panthers sunk 21 free throws, including 11 in the fourth quarter, to earn a season-opening win over Holgate 47-41 on Saturday night.