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Sports Briefs: 2-14-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune   
Friday, 14 February 2014 10:09
TONTOGANY - Tonight's Lake at Otsego boys basketball game is a White Out.
American Heart Association T-shirts will be available for $10. All proceeds benefit the AHA.

Signup starts for BG youth volleyball
Bowling Green Parks and Recreation will be holding a youth volleyball league for children in grades 3- 6.
The league will consist of Tuesday evening practices and Saturday games.
Practices begin March 4 and games begin April 5.  
Pre-season skills clinics are available for those who sign up on or before the day of the clinics (Tuesday and Feb. 25 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.).  
Volunteer coaches are needed. Coaches will be trained through the NYSCA program on Feb. 26 from 6-8 p.m. at the Bowling Green Community Center.  
Trainer volleyballs will be used and players are required to bring knee pads and a clean pair of tennis shoes.  
Each participant will receive a T-shirt.  Registration is $45 for residents of the City of Bowling Green and $53 for non-residents.  
The registration deadline is Tuesday, however, spots may fill earlier.  
Register at the Bowling Green Community Center, 1245 W. Newton Road or register online at
For more information, call (419) 354-6223.
Flashes from Gordon: BGHS hockey becomes relevant again PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune   
Friday, 14 February 2014 09:29
Bowling Green High School's hockey program is finally relevant again.
The Bobcats are playing consistently well, finding ways to win and skating with confidence.
They're 17-9-1 overall and ranked ninth in the state entering tonight's district playoff opener against Ottawa Hills.
The Bobcats' first district championship and first trip to the state semifinals since 2004 is a realistic goal.
BG, which returned 18 lettermen, is assure of its first winning record since 2009.
"We thought we had a chance to be successful this season after the growth we had last season," said BG coach Dan DeWitt, who is in his 25th season. "We're bigger and stronger, and we've increased our skill level. The kids believe in themselves."
BG finished 15-16-1 last season, matching its combined win total of the two previous seasons.
The Bobcats started 10-4-1 this season before losing five straight - two to second-ranked St. John's, two to Ontario schools, and the other coming to St. Francis.
(updated: 11:45 p.m.) Thursday night's state-wide scores (2-13-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Associated Press   
Friday, 14 February 2014 00:05
Thursday’s Scores
Girls Basketball
Andover Pymatuning Valley 67, Windham 41
Ashland Crestview 49, Greenwich S. Cent. 26
Attica Seneca E. 64, Bascom Hopewell-Loudon 45
Austintown Fitch 70, Girard 46
Bellville Clear Fork 58, Mansfield Sr. 53
Berea-Midpark 59, Westlake 31
Berlin Hiland 77, E. Can. 18
Bloomdale Elmwood 59, Rossford 45
Botkins 65, Ridgeway Ridgemont 35
Bowling Green 42, Napoleon 39
Last Updated on Friday, 14 February 2014 00:45
Timbrook retires as Perrysburg coach PDF Print E-mail
Written by THOMAS SCHMELTZ, Sentinel Sports Writer   
Friday, 14 February 2014 09:28
PERRYSBURG - A military man, Mike Timbrook instilled a sense of dedication and passion into Perrysburg's boys soccer program for 23 years.
After serving as the program's head varsity coach for the last 12 seasons, Timbrook informed his players in December that he is retiring.
Timbrook, a pilot and commander employed with the 180th Fighter Wing out of Toledo Express Airport, is eligible to retire in May. Shortly after retirement, he plans on training to become commercial airline pilot.
"I call it a job transition and I'm just not going to have the freedom or availability over the next couple years to be able to put the time into coaching that I have in the past," Timbrook said.
In his 21 seasons as an assistant and as the head coach at the varsity level Timbrook compiled a record of 268-94-45 and captured 13 Northern Lakes League titles, turning Perrysburg into one of the area's perennial soccer powers.
In 2001 with Timbrook still an assistant, Perrysburg made its only appearance in the state finals, dropping the contest in a penalty kick shootout.
"He's a classy guy, a hard worker, and works well with our kids, and he's represented Perrysburg High School very well," Perrysburg athletics director Ray Pohlman said.
(updated: 11:03 p.m.) Elmwood girls beat Rossford (2-13-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by JORDAN CRAVENS, Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 13 February 2014 23:06
Elmwood's Tiffany Hillard (left) goes after the ball with Rossford's Nicole Beyer. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
JERRY CITY — Elmwood’s girls basketball team clinched the outright Northern Buckeye Conference title last week, but on Thursday it celebrated back-to-back championships with a 59-45 victory over Rossford on Senior Night. PHOTO GALLERY
“We were picked to be fourth in the league this year, and we really wanted to prove that we still could compete,” said Elmwood senior Kristen Curtis, who finished with a game-high 16 points. “Now we are in first, and we came out and proved them wrong.”
After winning the NBC last year, also going 13-1 in the league, it was questionable whether Elmwood (16-5) would be able to reload after losing several of its starters.
Last Updated on Friday, 14 February 2014 09:11
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