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Bowsher High School player Chris Sudduth is tackled by Springfield High School player Darion Duhart.

IN PICTURES: Springfield 47, Bowsher 7

The Blue Devils were led by quarterback Scottie Seymour, who threw four touchdown passes. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND BEGIN SLIDESHOW.

Bedford's head coach Jeff Wood leads his team in high-fiving kids as they make their way to the field.

IN PICTURES: Fenton 34, Bedford 21

The Mules' rally came up short after a poor start Friday, Sept. 4. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND BEGIN SLIDESHOW.

Perrysburg High School football players Chaz Westfall (56) and Chase Newton (66) tackle St. Francis de Sales high School player Mike Swanson (28).

IN PICTURES: Perrysburg 42, St. Francis 0

Perrysburg quarterback Trevor Hafner threw for 270 yards and three touchdowns Friday, Sept. 4, as the Yellow Jackets shut out the Knights. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND BEGIN SLIDESHOW.

Elizabeth Frankowski, left, 88, and Sheila Odesky, right, President to the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library Board of Trustees, greet each other during a reception to honor Mrs. Frankowski.

Toledo Library reception for Elizabeth Frankowski

Toledo-Lucas County Public Library celebrated the digitization of the diary of longtime Toledoan Elizabeth Frankowski, who as a teenager wrote of her family’s experience in a Soviet labor camp during World War II. The celebration took place at the West Toledo branch library Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 and featured guests U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur and Toledo Councilman Tom Waniewski.

Johnny Jones Jr., father of Johnny Jones III, 14, and Joscelyn Jones, 16, gets a hug from family friend Debra Scott during a vigil for his children at his home, Thursday.

Vigil for Johnny Jones III and Joscelyn Jones

Relatives and friends of two slain Toledo teenagers -- Johnny Jones III, 14, and Joscelyn Jones, 16, -- gathered for a vigil Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 at 4843 W Bancroft St. Both died following an Aug. 10 assault at 1041 Alcott St. in West Toledo. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

A pig squeals in its pen in the swine barn at the Fulton County Fairgrounds in Wauseon.

Fulton County Fair gets under way

People get ready for the Fulton County Fair in Wauseon, Ohio on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015. The fair will run Sept. 4 through 10. Friday will feature tractor pulls, a llama and alpaca show, a baked goods auction and a flag raising ceremony, among other events. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW

Toledo's Mike Hessman autographs a jersey for a fan before the start of the the game against Louisville.

IN PICTURES: Louisville Bats vs. Mud Hens, 9/3

The Mud Hens overcame a three-run deficit, not to mention a rain delay of more than two hours, to post a 4-3 victory over Louisville Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 at Fifth Third Field in Toledo.

Toledo wide receiver Cody Thompson (14) can't quite make the catch against Stony Brook's Travon Reid-Segure (36).

IN PICTURES: Stony Brook vs Toledo Rockets

Lightning delays totaling three hours and 28 minutes turned the evening into an absurd comedy of sorts before the game was suspended with the Rockets leading Stony Brook 16-7 at halftime Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 at the Glass Bowl. The game will not be resumed, as Stony Brook continued with its plans to fly home to New York.

University of Toledo QB Phillip Ely (12) looks to throw against Stony Brook on Thursday at the Glass Bowl.

IN PICTURES: Toledo opens the season

The Toledo Rockets opened the college football season against Stony Brook on Thursday, Sept. 3,2015, at the Glass Bowl.

Anthony Wayne's Abigail Yunker (21) uses her head against Perrysburg's Josie Fowler  (11) during a girls soccer match in Whitehouse.

IN PICTURES: Perrysburg vs. Anthony Wayne girls soccer, 9/2

The Yellow Jackets slipped past the host Generals 2-1 Tuesday, Sep. 2, 2015, in Whitehouse, Ohio, to open Northern Lakes League play and improve to 2-0-0 overall. The Generals are 1-1-1.


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