Saturday, May 27, 2017
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  • Elyria's Dierra Hammons tags out Whitmer's Brooklynn Esser on an attempted stea. The out ended the game.

    IN PICTURES: Elyria 3, Whitmer 0

    Hitless through three innings, Elyria scored a run after two were out in the fourth and went on to a 3-0 victory against Whitmer in a Division I softball regional softball final on Saturday, May 27, 2017, in Clyde.

  • The Memorial Day parade in downtown Toledo.

    Memorial Day events in downtown Toledo

    Admirers of those who serve America in uniform — and today in particular those who died — gathered on Saturday, May 27, 2017, to watch a patriotic parade through downtown Toledo, then place wreaths at the Civic Center Mall.

  • Toledo Mud Hens player JaCoby Jones hits a single in the third inning against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Friday at Fifth Third Field. The Mud Hens lost to the RailRiders, 4-2.

    IN PICTURES: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 4, Mud Hens 2

    The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders scored twice in the sixth inning to rally past the Toledo Mud Hens at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo Friday.

  • Maumee players hold up the regional championship trophy after a 2-0 win over Lexington at Carter Park in Bowling Green. The Panthers advance to the state tournament for the second time in school history.

    IN PICTURES: Maumee 2, Lexington 0

    The Maumee baseball team won a Division II regional championship and advanced to the state tournament for the first time since 2001 with a 2-0 win against Lexington on Friday, May 26, 2017, in Bowling Green.

  • Start's Keypathwa Gibson pulls ahead to win the 400-meter dash.

    IN PICTURES: Division I track and field

    Start senior Keypathwa Gibson was one of many northwest Ohio athletes who qualified for the state meet at a Division I track and field regional on Friday, May 26, 2017, at Amherst Steele High School in Amherst, Ohio.

  • New attractions Point Plummet, left, and Portside Plunge, part of the newly renamed Cedar Point Shores Waterpark in Sandusky. The waterpark has 17 attractions in total, including two new rides and two new children's areas.

    Cedar Point Shores Water Park

    Cedar Point will open its new Shores Water Park this weekend. Though the Sandusky amusement park is best known for its string of record-breaking roller coasters, the company spent last winter revamping its former Soak City property with new water attractions, more dining options, and better amenities.

  • Maumee pitcher Justin Studenka celebrates after the Panthers beat Parma Padua.

    IN PICTURES: Regional baseball

    Maumee advanced to a regional championship game with a 7-1 win over Parma Padua. The Panthers will play Lexington at Bowling Green's Carter Park today with a trip to the state tournament on the line. Perrysburg lost its regional semifinal contest against Strongsville, 3-2, also at Bowling Green.

  • The three awardees honored at the Justice Awards dinner, from left: Steven Collier, Olivia Holden, and Russell Kelm.

    IN PICTURES: Around Town 5/25

    Photos captures during Toledo Junior Bar Association’s Gridiron Show and the Toledo Bar Auxiliary.

  • Whitmer third baseman Rylee Martin (3) drops the ball allowing  Springfield second baseman Jo Reuling (4) to score  during the third inning of a Division I regional softball semifinal in Clyde Ohio.

    IN PICTURES: Whitmer takes 11-8 victory against Springfield in softball semifinal

    Whitmer defeated Springfield, 11-8, in the Division I regional softball semifinal in Clyde, Ohio.

  • Toledo's Drew Verhagen winds up to deliver the pitch in the top of the second inning in the baseball match up against the Norfolk Tides at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo.

    IN PICTURES: Hens defeat Norfolk, 6-3

    Mud Hens defeated Norfolk 6-3 in a contest that was delayed almost three hours by rain.

  • St. Francis goalie Josh Snyder makes a save against Rocky River during the D-II regional semifinal lacrosse game at St. Francis de Sales High School in Toledo.

    IN PICTURES: Knights take victory against Rocky River in lacrosse semifinal

    St. Francis scored six goals during the final 4½ minutes of the first quarter to take control en route to a 12-2 home win against Rocky River in a Division II lacrosse regional semifinal on Tuesday.

  • Detroit Tiger pitcher Anibal Sanchez pitches for the Toledo Mud Hens against  the Norfolk Tides during a baseball game  at Fifth Third Field in Toledo, Ohio.

    IN PICTURES: Mud Hens fall to Norfolk in Sanchez start

    The Toledo Mud Hens fell 6-2 to the Norfolk Tides today at Fifth Third Field for their sixth consecutive loss.

  • Toledo Walleye fans cheer as players enter the arena during the Toledo Walleye Thank You Event at the Huntington Center Monday evening.

    IN PICTURES: Walleye Thank You Event

    The Toledo Walleye hosted a Salute the Team/Thank You event for fans Monday at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. Walleye players and coaches were on hand to watch a highlight video and greet fans. Toledo's season ended Saturday with a loss in the ECHL's Western Conference finals.

  • Notre Dame Academy's Hannah Rubel goes airborne to steal third base against Whitmer third baseman Rylee Martin during a Division I district softball final.

    IN PICTURES: Whitmer 1, Notre Dame Academy 0

    Whitmer outlasted Three Rivers Athletic Conference rival Notre Dame Academy 1-0 in 9 innings to win the BGSU district and advance to the regional tournament. The Panthers will face Springfield in a regional semifinal Wednesday at Clyde High School.

  • Black,billowing smoke brings crowd to Twelfth Street blaze. General view of fire scene as depicted from across Jackson Street. Headline: Fire Destroys 12th Street Building; 190 Men Used To fight 3-Story Blaze. Plumbing Supply firm's Loss is Put At $450,000. A three-alarm fire, accompanied by a series of small explosions, destroyed a three-story building at jackson and North 12 Street and threatened a complex of structures at the edge of the downtown district late yesterday. All off-duty firemen were recalled for service. Toledo Blade file photo by Doug Moore dated May 28, 1966

    Pictures of the Week: May 15-21, 2017

    Our best pictures of the week that was Monday, May 15 to Sunday, May 21, 2017.

  • Morgan Buckman, 2, left, and her sisters Zoe, 5, and Ava, 4, all of Oregon, wave to the firefighters as they drive by during the Grand Parade at Sunday's 23rd annual Oregon Fest.

    Oregon Fest

    High humidity and periods of rain Sunday made for a bit of a damp event. But visitors still turned out for the 23rd annual Oregon Fest.

  • Lake teacher Nikki Bazzoli, whose students first heard her speak as eighth graders, and Holocaust survivor Paula Marks-Bolton. Marks-Bolton, 90, of Detroit, received a diploma from the school Sunday.

    Holocaust survivor receives diploma from Lake High School

    Holocaust survivor Paula Marks-Bolton, 90, received an honorary diploma Sunday from Lake High School. In recent years, she has spoken with students at the school about her experiences as young girl in Poland, in concentration camps and as an immigrant.

  • Stephanie Mattoni, left, and Janice Gagnet during the Toledo Museum of Art celebration of 130 years of volunteerism.

    On The Town: TMA celebrates volunteers, and more

    Recent events included the Toledo Museum of Art's celebration of volunteers; The Mix Blo Out presented by ProMedica, The Blade, and to benefit the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo; and the 6th annual EyEvent Gala, “Dining in the Dark, An Evening of Taste, Sounds and Touch,' presented by Huntington Bank to benefit the Sight Center at the Pinnacle.

  • Whitmer's Wisler Coulter leans across the finish line to anchor the winning 4x100-meter relay team.

    IN PICTURES: D-I track and field meet

    A Division I district track and field meet was held on Saturday, May 20, 2017, at St. Francis de Sales High in Toledo.

  • Canei Tidwell takes the Oath of Office with other members of the 63rd Toledo Police Academy during a graduation ceremony at Bowsher High School. The Toledo Police Department welcomed 25 new officers.

    Toledo Police 63rd Academy Graduation

    The Toledo Police Department welcomed 25 new officers in a ceremony Friday evening at Bowsher High School.


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