SANDUSKY — Clyde defeated Galion 36-30 in the quuarterfinal round of the OHSAA Div. II, Reg. 9-B dual team tournament on Wednesday at Sandusky High School.
By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comNorthmor cruised through the first two rounds of the Region 21-A competition in the state duals on Wednesday, topping Columbus Academy 63-16 and Coshocton 60-18.
NORTH ROBINSON — Derek Burkhart poured in 21 points to lead Colonel Crawford to its 16th straight win of the season on Wednesday. The Eagles rallied from an early deficit to knock off Upper Sandusky 58-44 and give themselves a three-game lead in...
DARKE COUNTY — The Light Foundation is sending two fans to Super Bowl XLIX through a raffle that Matt Light hopes will raise more than $130,000 for his foundation.
DARKE COUNTY — The ridiculous controversy surrounding the New England Patriots leading up to Super Bowl XLIX would make a victory even sweeter, former Patriot left tackle Matt Light said.
GALION — Ontario broke open a close game and cruised to a 64-42 win over Northmor in non-league girls basketball action on Tuesday.
Jan. 27Girls BasketballOntario 64, Northmor 42Clear Fork 57, Shelby 51 (CF: Deijah Swihart 19 pts, now 13 pts shy of 1,000 career points)
GALION — All boys and girls ages nine to 14 are invited to participate in the local level competition for the 2015 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship.
ATTICA — Ohio Hoops AAU is hosting a regional, north-central Ohio basketball try-out for boys currently in seventh and eighth grades at Seneca East High School on Feb. 17 and 19 from 7-9:15 p.m. in Tiger Gymnasium. Boys basketball players...
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BUCYRUS — The Clearwater Athletic League is planning to host its fourth annual league basketball tournament. The tournament will consist of league basketball teams representing Crawford, Marion, Morrow, Ottawa, Seneca and Wyandot County Boards...
COLUMBUS — No change at the top of the Div. II Associated Press boys basketball poll this week.
NORTH ROBINSON — There was no senior night surprise on Saturday at Colonel Crawford. The Eagles seniors were honored prior to the game and then handled their business, demolishing Seneca East, 88-42.
SHELBY — Kalvin Rinehart's three-point shot from the right corner of the floor looked like it was going to tie the game and force at least one extra period of free basketball between Galion and Shelby.
Jan. 24Boys BasketballShelby 59, Galion 54Colonel Crawford 88, Seneca East 42Ashland 58, Clear Fork 51Pleasant 60, Cardington 42
Photos from Saturday's national title celebration at Ohio Stadium.
COLUMBUS – While Ohio State's football team was celebrating its national championship with an estimated 46,000 of its fans on Saturday at Ohio Stadium, next season wasn't far from the minds of many people.
The newly built outdoor ice rink is in place just off Nationwide Arena.Everything is in place for Columbus to host the NHL gala of the All-Star Game on Sunday.Everything is set, except one key piece will be missing.
BUCYRUS — The “N” in N10 might as well stand for North Robinson, because any and all roads to the Northern 10 Athletic Conference championship have to pass through the Crawford County village, home of the undefeated Colonel Crawford...
NEW WASHINGTON — After hanging tough in the first half, Crestline fell victim to a strong third quarter performance by Buckeye Central and lost to the Bucks 42-27 on Friday.
By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.com
GALION — Galion boys basketball coach Ed Rich said he's been waiting all season for that signature win for his ball club. A victory that could jumpstart his Tigers and serve as the foundation for a strong finish to the regular...
Jan. 23Boys BasketballGalion 59, Jonathan Alder 42Mount Gilead 65, Northmor 54Colonel Crawford 70, Wynford 39Buckeye Central 42, Crestline 27
By ROB HAMILTONMount Gilead built a big lead and then held off a furious Northmor rally in claiming a 65-54 win over the Knights in a Friday night road game in the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference.
Jan. 23WrestlingBuckeye Central at Don Wasserbeck Classic (North Union), 5 p.m.Bucyrus at Don Wasserbeck Classic (North Union), 5 p.m.
COLUMBUS — Undefeated Colonel Crawford climbed two rungs higher on the Associated Press boys state basketball ladder this week.
The Ohio State University Department of Athletics is organizing a free public celebration for Ohio State's football national title at 11 a.m. Jan. 24 at Ohio Stadium. The event will be telecast live on the Big Ten Network.
GALION — Galion and Pleasant split the winnings during a dual swim meet Wednesday at the Galion Center YMCA. In the process, the Tigers and Spartans gave the fans in attendance a glimpse of the competition at the upcoming Mid Ohio Athletic...
GALION — The home team dominated the evening. A milestone was reached. A freshman won the hearts of the home fans.
LUCAS — Northmor got back in the win column Tuesday, rolling past Lucas 54-40 in non-league action. The victory put the brakes on a two-game losing skid for the Golden Knights.
Graduating seniors who live in Galion are eligible to apply for two scholarships from American Municipal Power.
GALION — Galion and Willard met on the hardwood for the 140th time on Tuesday, and the former Northern Ohio League rivals put on another good show for their respective fan bases.
Jan. 20Boys BasketballWillard 63, Galion 58 (OT)Mansfield Christian 63, Crestline 53Mount Gilead 62, Pleasant 56Cardington 70, Delaware Christian 49
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. And those who don't take the time to look things up on the Internet will say silly things about Ohio State running up the score on Oregon in the national championship game.
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By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comHighland was able to overcome a fast start by host Northmor Saturday to come back and take a 53-50 win.
Jan. 19BowlingHighland at Northmor, 4:30 p.m.Girls BasketballBucyrus at New Riegel, 6:30 p.m.
By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comMount Gilead remained unbeaten in league play when they hosted East Knox Saturday.
Mid Ohio Athletic ConferenceGirls BasketballRed DivisionNorth Union 14-1, 8-0Pleasant 11-1, 6-1River Valley 7-6, 4-4
Mid Ohio Athletic ConferenceBoys BasketballRed DivisionPleasant 8-2, 5-2River Valley 9-3, 5-2North Union 9-4, 4-2Buckeye Valley 6-5, 4-3
Northern 10 Athletic ConferenceGirls BasketballCarey 12-1, 10-0Upper Sandusky 7-5, 7-3Seneca East 8-3, 6-3Bucyrus 8-5, 6-4Colonel Crawford 8-5, 6-4
Northern 10 Athletic ConferenceBoys BasketballColonel Crawford 13-0, 9-0Upper Sandusky 9-2, 8-1Carey 10-3, 6-3Buckeye Central 8-5, 6-3
NORTH ROBINSON — Colonel Crawford swim teams had no problem winning the inaugural Eagle Sprint Swim Meet. The eight-team competition was held Saturday at Colonel Crawford's William S. Ferrell Natatorium.
CALEDONIA — It seems no lead is safe when teams play River Valley this season, especially on the Vikings home floor.
MARION — Galion's Drake Barnett compiled a perfect record en route to capturing the 145-pound weight class title at the Marion County Invitational wrestling tournament. He won all four matches in which he competed Friday and Saturday at...
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On Monday night, much to my delight, the Ohio State Buckeyes won the first-ever college football playoff national championship in a hard fought game against the Oregon Ducks. This was an amazing feat, especially for a team who had faced much adversity...
Jan. 17Boys BasketballRiver Valley 73, Galion 61Highland 53, Northmor 50Bucyrus 51, Crestline 44Colonel Crawford 71, Mohawk 34
By ROB HAMILTONThe Northmor Knights held a commanding early lead Saturday at home against Highland, but could not hold on a 53-50 loss to the Scots.
Marion County InvitationalTeam Scores after Day 1 Pools1. River Valley 107.502. Apple Creek Waynedale 102.003. Milan Edison 97.004. Troy Christian 96.50