Perrysburg, Findlay cruise to opening victories.
Ohio natives hope to help Wolverines' snap 12-year title drought.
But Irish have few returning starters; St. John’s, Whitmer look to be in mix.
Team photo: FROM LEFT Row 1: Tevin Walker, Luke Beadle, Patrick Mappe, Anthony Coates, Larry Patterson, Jasean Rader, Zach Kubicki, Derrick Rayford Jr., Eddy Vasquez, Randy Hauser. Row 2: Ben Schart, Travis Nimigean, Shoe Sanders, Riley Keller,
DETROIT — Kent State senior safety Nate Holley has grown a lot since his days at Whitmer High School, both physically and mentally. “My biggest thing would probably be my size,” Holley said at MAC media day on Thursday. “I came into Kent I think at
Adams Post 553 1st from Toledo with victory in 2015.
3 eyeing new success at alma maters.
COLUMBUS — Southview’s Frank Hayes concluded the season at the top of his game Saturday at the Division I state and track and field meet. Hayes, a senior, successfully defended his 800-meter run title by running away from his competition and to a
Some close in on goals, others take pride in getting to state.
Cougars’ Micham, Springfield’s Helminiak also headed to state meet.