COLUMBUS — The OHSAA announced the unprecedented cancellation of all state tournaments for winter sports due to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday afternoon.
Three area schools had players honored by the Northwest Hockey Conference in the all-league awards announced on Saturday.
COLUMBUS — During a Thursday press conference, the OHSAA provided an update regarding both winter and spring sports moving forward.
COLUMBUS — Two area athletes were selected as all-Ohioans in the all-state Division I and II team announced by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association on Tuesday.
The OHSAA has postponed the state girls basketball, wrestling and ice hockey tournaments, as well as the boys basketball regional tournaments until further notice, the association announced Thursday afternoon.
COLUMBUS — Two area athletes were honored in the Division I and II all-Ohio girls basketball selections announced by the OHSAA Wednesday morning.
COLUMBUS — Three area athletes were named all-Ohioans in the Division III and IV girls basketball selections announced by the OHSAA this week.
COLUMBUS – The OHSAA will limit the number of spectators that can attend its state tournaments due to the recent spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, it announced on Tuesday.
NORWALK — Notre Dame Academy made a big-time rally in the fourth quarter scoring 23 points to defeat Perrysburg, 50-43 in a Division I regional final game Satureday night at Norwalk High School.
Twenty-plus point losses described the summer for one of the Northern Buckeye Conference’s best schools.
NORWALK — Eastwood’s fourth quarter rally fell short Thursday evening against Colonel Crawford in a Division III district final at Norwalk High School.
MILLBURY — Rossford head coach Brian Vorst called for a timeout less than a minute into Wednesday’s Division II district semifinal.
NORWALK – Perrysburg’s girls did not hang their heads after Archbishop Hoban took a 15-5 lead after the first eight minutes of the game.
ADA — Rossford’s Sammi Mikonowicz corralled an offensive rebound and flicked a quick pass over her shoulder to Katie Glowacki for a layup and the first points of Tuesday’s Division II regional semifinal.
NORWALK — Missed free throws almost cost Eastwood a Division III district semifinal victory Tuesday at Norwalk High School.
ADA — Lake entered Tuesday’s Division III regional semifinal riding a five-game winning streak with its last lost nearly a month prior.
Rossford won the Northern Buckeye Conference championship and led the conference in the all-league selections announced last week.
Otsego won the Northern Buckeye Conference title during the regular season led all league schools with multiple first-team selections in the all-NBC selections announced last week.
Bowling Green’s season came to an end Saturday night with a 1-0 loss to Toledo St. Francis de Sales in the district semifinals.
MILLBURY — When it’s time for the best player to make things happen, turn to Rossford’s Sammy Mikonowicz.
WHITEHOUSE — Lake’s girls basketball team entered the state tournament with a losing record and was tasked with an opening game against the district’s top seed.
MILLBURY – The basketball tournament trail is a grind, especially when games go to overtime.
TOLEDO — A strong defensive third quarter by Northview held Perrysburg to only six points in the period, making all the difference as the Wildcats survived 46-39 to win the sectional final at Toledo Start High School on Friday.
GENOA — Rossford faced a tough task in its first playoff game of the season on Friday evening.
WHITEHOUSE — As expected, it was a nail-biter in a Division III girls district semifinal between Otsego and Lake at Anthony Wayne Thursday.
MILLBURY — Clinging to a one-point lead, Perrysburg ended the first half with 11 unanswered points and used tenacious rebounding to storm past Toledo Whitmer 44-31 in Thursday’s Division I district semifinal at Lake High School.
WHITEHOUSE — At one point in the third quarter Thursday night, Elmwood trailed Montpelier 34-22 and it looked like the season would be over for the Royal girls in a Division III district semifinal at Anthony Wayne.
HOLLAND — Sparked by a very good first half from Evan Harves and some accurate free throw shooting, Otsego knocked off Van Buren 59-41 Tuesday night at Springfield High School in a Division III sectional semifinal.
Pre-sale tickets for the Otsego-Lake district girls basketball game at 8 p.m. Thursday night at Anthony Wayne High School are on sale in the Otsego Junior High office from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Thursday.
PERRYSBURG — When Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias was a youngster in England her parents introduced her to sailing, although she was not very happy going out on the water.
Perrysburg, which won the outright Northern Lakes League title, was the only school to have more than one first-team selection in the all-NLL boys basketball teams announced on Monday.
Otsego blew things open in the fourth quarter on the way to a 52-33 victory over Swanton in a Division III sectional final at Bowling Green High School Saturday evening.
Lake’s girls basketball team is peaking at the right time.
CANTON — Bowling Green senior C.J. Layne finished in the top eight of two different events at the Division II state swimming meet in Canton at the C.T. Branin Natatorium on Friday.
Perrysburg’s girls basketball team had four players earn all-league honors by the Northern Lakes League this week.
Lake entered Tuesday’s Division III tournament opener against the district’s top seed with more losses than wins this season.
HOLLAND – Elmwood jumped out to a 12-0 lead on the way to a 50-20 Division III sectional tournament victory over Evergreen Tuesday afternoon.
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ROSSFORD — Woodmore’s offense was too much for a talented Rossford team as the Wildcats routed the Bulldogs 63-46 Friday night in Northern Buckeye Conference play.
SYLVANIA – Perrysburg was able to survive a late run by Southview to post a 52-49 victory and earn the Northern Lakes League boys basketball championship Friday.
BLOOMDALE — Nick Weiss has not let himself slow down in his studies and on the basketball court, despite the fact he was born deaf.