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Published: Saturday, 5/24/2014 - Updated: 1 year ago

Area high school teams earn district titles

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Oak Harbor's Alexa Weis wins the 300 meter hurdles during the Division II district track meet. Oak Harbor's Alexa Weis wins the 300 meter hurdles during the Division II district track meet.
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TRACK AND FIELD

Oak Harbor girls, Eastwood boys win district titles

Oak Harbor is used to hosting district track meets. Figuring out how to win a district team championship hadn't been part of the experience during Oak Harbor girls track coach John McKitrick's 16-year tenure. That finally changed Friday evening when the Rockets prevailed by the slimmest of margins to become a district champ. Eastwood claimed the boys championship with 102 points. READ MORE

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SOFTBALL

Springfield's Kiley Aller steals second as Notre Dame's Amanda Del Monte waits for the throw. Springfield's Kiley Aller steals second as Notre Dame's Amanda Del Monte waits for the throw.
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Springfield tops Notre Dame for a district title

Springfield struck for instant runs to instantly erase some bad memories, avenge a loss, and capture a district championship on Friday.The Blue Devils got revenge for last year's season-ending loss to Notre Dame when they erupted for six runs in the fourth inning in a Division I district title game. Springfield advanced to the regional semifinals with an 8-2 win over the Eagles at Rolf Park in Maumee. READ MORE

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Clay tops Whitmer after early struggles

After an early hiccup, the fifth-ranked Clay Eagles regrouped to pound Three Rivers Athletic Conference foe Whitmer 17-4 in five innings Friday night in a Division I district softball final at Fostoria High School. READ MORE

 

BASEBALL

Toledo Christian topples Cardinal Stritch to advance to regionals

On Friday, Toledo Christian topped Cardinal Stritch 5-2 in a Division IV district final. The Eagles (19-6) can clinch the outright TAAC regular-season title with a win over Ottawa Hills on Tuesday before meeting Tinora in Thursday’s regional semifinal at Patrick Henry. READ MORE


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