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WEST UNITY — Alexa Dominguez has made a big impact as a freshman on North Central’s girls cross country team this season, and she showed it on Saturday by finishing first in the Buckeye Border Conference Championship at Hilltop High School.

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PIONEER — North Central’s Kendal Bonney tallied 21 kills, 10 blocks, nine assists and three aces as the Eagles fell to Hicksville 25-22, 16-25, 25-23, 25-19 in the regular-season finale for both volleyball teams on Saturday.

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DEFIANCE — Ayersville racked up more than 400 yards of offense while holding Montpelier to just 57 total yards as the Pilots flew past the Locomotives 41-0 in a nonconference football game on Friday night at Ayersville.

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Two teams brimming with confidence will clash for a spot in the regional quarterfinals when Bryan heads to Huron to battle the Tigers in a Division IV, Region 14 second-round playoff football game at 7 p.m. Saturday at Huron Memorial Stadium.

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Familiarity will be a common theme for Bryan’s five district girls tennis qualifiers when the Golden Bears take part in the opening day of the OHSAA Division II district tournament on Friday at Port Clinton High School.

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ARCHBOLD — Bryan’s volleyball team made Archbold do some sharing on Tuesday. In the process, the Golden Bears got their hands on a second-straight Northwest Ohio Athletic League trophy.

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Down 1-0 at halftime to Northwest Ohio Athletic League champions Wauseon, Bryan boys soccer was energized to score to eliminate the deficit, something coach Luke Collins has emphasized all season.

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WEST UNITY — Hilltop’s Gabby Rodriguez slammed a team-high 14 kills on 25 of 25 spiking to lead the Cadets to a 25-15, 25-10, 25-14 sweep over Stryker in a Buckeye Border Conference match on Tuesday at Hilltop High School.

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Bryan football coach Grant Redhead wanted to make sure his team was ready to go for Saturday’s playoff game against Lorain Clearview.

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AYERSVILLE — Stryker volleyball’s Sage Woolace recorded 1,000 career digs in the Panthers’ 25-14, 25-18, 25-23 loss to nonleague foe Ayersville on Monday at Ayersville High School.

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ANTWERP — Bryan’s Joshuah Taylor finished first in the boys race, while Edgerton’s Stefanie Thiel was fifth in the girls race to lead area runners at the Antwerp Invitational on Saturday at Antwerp Memorial Park.

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NAPOLEON — Napoleon wasn’t going down without a fight, but in the end Fairview had too much firepower, posting a 25-16, 25-14, 23-25, 25-11 victory over the Wildcats Saturday afternoon in the Grand Canyon.

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CAREY — Carey’s football team scored early and often as the No. 8-seed Blue Devils knocked off No. 25 Montpelier 63-0 in a Division VI, Region 22 first-round playoff game on Saturday at Carey.

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WEST UNITY — Fremont St. Joseph only held a 6-0 lead after the first quarter against Hilltop on Friday night, thanks to a 1-yard run by running back Derek Ritzman with 1:25 to go.

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FAYETTE — Kendal Bonney pummeled 24 kills, while Madison Brown dished out 22 assists as North Central’s volleyball team clinched the outright Buckeye Border Conference title with a 25-9, 25-10, 25-18 win over Fayette on Thursday.