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Friday, 07 June 2013 09:35
Four from county earn All-Ohio softball honors
COLUMBUS - Four players from Wood County high schools, including first-team selection Ricci Emahiser from North Baltimore, have earned All-Ohio softball honors from the Ohio High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association.
Perrysburg's Katie Dunphy and Eastwood's Ally Gabel were second-team picks and Rossford's Margo Jackson was on the honorable mention list.
A senior catcher, Emahiser was a Division IV selection. She hit .531 with 22 extra base hits, 39 runs scored, 48 RBI and seven stolen bases.
Dunphy, a senior shortstop, was a Division I selection. She hit .462 with 20 extra base hits, including six home runs, 32 runs scored, 23 RBI and seven stolen bases.
Gabel, a senior outfielder, was a Division III selection. Heading into today's state semifinal game, Gabel is hitting .420 with 16 doubles, four home runs, 43 runs scored and 39 RBI.
A junior catcher, Jackson was a Division II selection. Jackson hit .500 with 14 extra base hits, 40 runs scored, 35 RBI and 12 stolen bases.

Northwood's Nick Russell earns TAAC honor
Northwood senior Nick Russell was named the Toledo Area Athletic Conference baseball player of the year.
Joining Russell on the first-team is fellow Northwood senior Justin Rohrs.
Northwood's second-team selections were: senior John Segura; and sophomore Myles Habel.
On the honorable mention list from Northwood were: senior Evan Perkins; and junior Jacob Davenport.
Cardinal Stritch's Craig Meinzer was the coach of the year.

Two from Northwood on All-TAAC softball first-team
Northwood senior Katie Vancs and junior Alyson Seibert were selected to the 11-player All-Toledo Area Athletic Conference softball first-team.
On the second team from Northwood were: junior Marissa Bonnette; junior Brianna Crispen; and senior Katie Napier.
Northwood seniors Cortney Georgeson and Miranda Maldonado are on the honorable mention list.
Gibsonburg's Filomena Mendoza, a junior, was the player of the year and the Golden Bears' Kyle Leatherman was the coach of the year.

NB has coaching openings
NORTH BALTIMORE - North Baltimore has two coaching openings.
The Tigers are looking for an assistant varsity football coach with varsity football experience and knowledge of defensive backs and a junior high volleyball coach with experience in volleyball.
Candidates should send a letter of interest and a résumé to Bradlee Rowlinson, 2012 Tiger Drive, North Baltimore, Ohio, 45872 or fax the information to (419) 257-0084.

BG's Beatty repeats as academic All-American
Bowling Green State University swimmer Jen Beatty was a second-team selection on the academic All-American at-large team for the second straight year.
Beatty has a 4.0 grade-point average with a physical education teacher education major. She also ranks in BG's all-time top 10 in six events.

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