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  • Dylan Sadowy of the Toledo Walleye upends Zack Miskovic of the Indy Fuel during a game Sunday at the Huntington Center in downtown Toledo. The Walleye won, 8-1.

    IN PICTURES: Walleye 8, Indy 1

    The Toledo Walleye scored on their first three shots of the game in an 8-1 rout of the visiting Indy Fuel Sunday at the Huntington Center in front of a crowd of 6,216. The Walleye have won 7 in a row.

  • Chef Tim Jutzi, of Chef Tim Foods out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, dishes up samples of his Chef Tim's Sweet Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing during Cabin Fever Art and Craft Marketplace at the Lucas County Recreation Center Sunday.

    Art and Craft Marketplace

    Customers browsed jewelry, clothing, home goods and a number of other vintage gift options during the Cabin Fever Art and Craft Marketplace at the Lucas County Recreation Center Saturday and Sunday.

  • Amanda Gargac, left, gets a hug from her sister April Gargac, right, after they realized that Amanda Gargac was the Congressional Winner during the annual Ninth Congressional District Invitational Art Exhibition.

    Ninth Congressional District Invitational Art Exhibition

    Amanda Gargac of Cardinal Stritch High School placed first in the 9th Congressional District Invitational Art Exhibition. Artists were recognized at One SeaGate Sunday by U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, who sponsored the event with the Arts Commission. The works of art will be displayed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through March 8 in the lobby of Fifth Third Center at One SeaGate in downtown Toledo.

  • Greg Jablonski, right, gives a speech while being inducted into the Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame class. At left are Bill Chalmers, son of fellow inductee Chick Chalmers, and Walleye broadcaster Matt Melzak.

    IN PICTURES: Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame induction

    Five former Toledo hockey players were inducted into the Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame during a ceremony held Saturday afternoon at the Huntington Center.

  • Toledo Walleye forward Dane Walters moves the puck against Wheeling Nailers defender Michael Webster during Saturday night's game.

    IN PICTURES: Walleye beat Wheeling in OT

    Beau Schmitz's overtime goal gave the Toledo Walleye a 4-3 win against Wheeling on Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame night Saturday at the Huntington Center.

  • Issac Grindberg of Sylvania Southview swims the first leg of the Boy's 100-Yard Butterfly event at the Ohio High School Div. I Swimming Championships in Canton, Ohio Saturday. Grindberg placed sixth in the event.

    IN PICTURES: State swim meet

    Swimmers from St. Francis de Sales, Notre Dame Academy, Sylvania Southview, Fremont Ross, Findlay and elsewhere in the area took part in Ohio's state swim championships in Canton.

  • Toledo head coach Tricia Cullop hugs senior Janice Monakana during Senior Day ceremonies after the win against Western Michigan at Savage Arena.

    IN PICTURES: UT women win on Senior Day

    The University of Toledo women's basketball team completed the home season with a 75-67 victory Saturday against Western Michigan at Savage Arena.

  • Anthony Wayne players are swamped by the student section after winning.

    IN PICTURES: Anthony Wayne 61, Southview 49

    Anthony Wayne posted a 61-49 victory at Southview on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, in Sylvania to clinch at least a share of the Northern Lakes League boys basketball championship.

  • St. Francis' Gabe Barrow gets a pass from a teammate as they work the puck around.

    IN PICTURES: St. Francis 4, Northview 0

    First-ranked St. Francis de Sales topped Northview 4-0 in a boys hockey district semifinal on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, at Tam-O-Shanter in Sylvania and will play for its third straight district title on March 3.

  • The Walleye and Wheeling get into a massive brawl on the ice.

    IN PICTURES: Walleye 7, Wheeling 0

    Walleye forward A.J. Jenks scored three goals on three straight shots to record a hat trick as the veteran led Toledo to a 7-0 shutout of Wheeling on Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, at the Huntington Center.

  • Whitmer's Bryce Blood shoots over Clay's Elizabeth Vincent.

    IN PICTURES: Whitmer 45, Clay 30

    Whitmer defeated Clay 45-30 in a Division I sectional final on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, at Fostoria High. Bryce Blood led the Panthers (18-5) with a game-high 26 points against the Eagles (12-10).

  • The Bowsher Rebels celebrate their City League championship.

    IN PICTURES: Bowsher 70, Rogers 60

    It was the best team, led by the league’s best player in Dalonte Brown, and it added up to a 70-60 Bowsher victory against Rogers on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, in the City League boys basketball championship game at Waite’s Grant Murray Field House.

  • Start's Alaysia Easley looks for an opening.

    IN PICTURES: Start 71, Lima Senior 42

    Start scored the first 18 points of the game against Lima Senior and went on to score a 71-42 victory in a Division I sectional final on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, at Fostoria High.

  • Toledo's Jay-Ann Bravo-Harriott dribbles past Eastern Michigan's Sheyna Deans.

    IN PICTURES: UT women 65, E. Michigan 57

    The University of Toledo women's basketball team topped Eastern Michigan 65-57 on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, at Savage Arena. Kaayla McIntyre paced the Rockets with 15 points.

  • Toledo's Nate Navigato covers his face after the loss.

    IN PICTURES: Western Michigan 61, UT men 56

    The University of Toledo men's basketball team fell 61-56 to Western Michigan in overtime on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, at Savage Arena. Steve Taylor, Jr., led the Rockets with 17 points and 23 rebounds

  • Bowling Green State University guard Zach Denny shoots against Akron guard Noah Robotham (14) during the game.

    IN PICTURES: BGSU men down Akron

    The Bowling Green men's basketball team hosted Akron in a MAC showdown on Tuesday, February 21, 2017.

  • Rogers celebrates its win.

    IN PICTURES: Rogers 56, Waite 49

    Rogers held off Waite for a 56-49 victory in a City League boys basketball semifinal on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, at Waite High.

  • Woodward's Charles Robinson, Jr., right, guards Bowsher's Jalen Elliott.

    IN PICTURES: Bowsher 70, Woodward 55

    Defending City League champion Bowsher defeated Woodward 70-55 in a City League boys basketball semifinal on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, at Waite in East Toledo.

  • Engineering students Ian Betz, left, of Whitehouse, and James Smith, right, of Van Wert, with the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers, weight the pins for tire bowling in Nitschke Hall during the first event of 2017 Toledo Area Engineers Week at the College of Engineering at The University of Toledo.

    Engineers Week at UT

    Students and guests tried their hand at tire bowling during the first day of Toledo Area Engineers Week at the University of Toledo's College of Engineering. The event took place in Nitschke Hall.

  • This Toledo Times historic file photo, from March 1, 1917, shows the 1917 Toledo Iron Men are seen with some friends and members of the Toledo press at spring training camp in Dawson Springs, Ky.  From left to right are: (first row) Steve Evans, Abe Bowman (president, manager), player Roger Bresnahan with dog, Colonel Hamby, John Fluhrer, Bunny Fabrique, and Charles Donnelly; (second row) Al Schultz, Luke Boone, Charlie Mullen, Hugh Bedient, Dazzy Vance, and Neal Brady; (third row) Dawson Springs Mayor Ed Sweeney, Russ Ford, Roy Hartzell, Toledo News-Bee reporter Mitch Woodbury, and the president of the Dawson Springs Chamber of Commerce; (back row) Angel Aragon, Bill Bailey, Harold Wise, Ray Keating, and Toledo Times reporter Harold McNaughton.  Though the Mud Hens nickname has been the one with the most staying power, the team did go by other nicknames, including the Iron Men, for short periods of time. The Toledo Mud Hens first got their nickname in 1896 when the team played at Bay View Park, surrounded by marshland that was populated by birds called coots, also known as “mud hens.”  Roger Bresnahan, in the front row third from left, was a Toledo Central Catholic High School graduate who played for the Hens in 1898, and was in the major leagues for 17 seasons as a catcher, with five different teams. In 1916, Bresnahan purchased the Mud Hens from their Cleveland owner and moved the team back to Toledo. He was not only the owner, but also served as manager and player. Bresnahan called the team the Toledo Iron Men for three seasons before reverting to the Mud Hens moniker. The Iron Men went 78-86 in 1916, and finished last in the eight-team American Association the next two seasons.  A year after his death, Bresnahan was inducted into the National Hall of Fame in 1945.

    Pictures of the Week: February 13-19, 2017

    Our best pictures of the week that was Monday, February 13 to Sunday, February 19, 2017.


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