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Allie Zimmerman has shown a lot of grit, toughness and determination playing through a serious knee injury the last two months, and the Bryan senior three-sport athlete has continued to make a huge impact for the Golden Bears.

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Bryan’s boys and girls bowling teams picked up wins against Delta to start Northwest Ohio Athletic League play on Monday at Bryan Lanes.

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HICKSVILLE — Hicksville’s boys basketball team used a 19-point third quarter to pull away from Montpelier and earn a 58-38 nonconference win on Monday at Hicksville High School.

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EDGERTON — Solid shooting from beyond the arc in the third quarter got Edgerton within striking distance of Butler Eastside (Indiana) on Friday. But a nearly five-minute scoring drought for the Bulldogs to start the fourth quarter helped the Blazers pull away.

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TOLEDO — Stryker’s Elijah Juillard scored a team-high 14 points and the Panthers held a 18-16 halftime lead, but it wasn’t enough as Maumee Valley Country Day won 49-35 in a nonconference boys basketball game on Friday at Maumee Valley Country Day High School.

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HAVILAND — Madison Brown scored over half of North Central’s points, but it wasn’t enough as Wayne Trace won 29-26 in a nonconference girls basketball game on Monday at Wayne Trace High School.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Hilltop rallied from a 10-point deficit after the first quarter and posted a 43-39 win over Liberty Center in a nonconference girls basketball game on Monday in The Jungle at Liberty Center High School.

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Edon’s Drew Gallehue, Cassius Hulbert and Bob Olwin shared some of the top individual honors in Division VII, while Bryan senior Korbin Shepherd earned first-team recognition in Division IV as the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association released its all-Northwest District football selections for…

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COLUMBUS — Bryan senior Faith Harding bowled a tournament-high 612 (247, 192, 173) series and fronted the Golden Bears’ girls team to a second-place finish (2,895) in the 18-team Teays Valley Thanksgiving Shootout on Saturday at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl in Columbus.

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Bryan’s girls basketball team will be guard oriented for the upcoming season, and with the talent they have coming back at that position, the Golden Bears have a chance at another successful season.

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A lot of new faces will be roaming the sidelines for Bryan’s boys basketball team this season. But they are excited to get the ball rolling.