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6/12/2015 12:32 AM
ESPNU to show Central game
Central Catholic will open its 2015 football season with a televised game on ESPNU as part of ESPN’s High School Kickoff Classic.

6/11/2015 12:23 PM
CCHS football to be shown on ESPNU
Central Catholic will open its 2015 football season with televised game on ESPNU as part of ESPN’s High School Kickoff Classic.

6/11/2015 12:34 AM
Softball wrap-up: Springfield reaches state semifinals
Springfield dominated the softball diamonds this spring with winning streaks of 17 and 12 games.

6/11/2015 12:34 AM
Baseball wrap-up: Genoa’s run ends at state
Genoa was the last baseball team in Blade area standing in tournament play, but some out-of-character defense hindered the Comets’ chances of a first state championship at Huntington Park in Columbus.

6/11/2015 12:34 AM
Track wrap-up: Champions at the finish line
Six area athletes showed they had hearts of champions at this year’s state track and field championships.

6/11/2015 12:34 AM
Tennis: Gargas brothers place 3rd at state
Ottawa Hills brothers senior Matt Gargas and sophomore Tyler Gargas teamed up to finish third in doubles at the Division II state tennis tournament.

6/7/2015 12:00 AM
Hayes, Winckowski win at state
COLUMBUS — Southview’s Frank Hayes and Clay’s Grace Winckowski arrived at the Division I state track championships on Saturday with the same thought in mind.

6/7/2015 12:00 AM
Butler leads Liberty-Benton to title
COLUMBUS — It was as if someone was peeking through the clouds over Ohio State’s Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. 

6/7/2015 12:00 AM
DIII track: TC’s Johnston realizes goal, becomes 400-meter champ
COLUMBUS — Micah Johnston couldn’t hold in her emotions shortly after accomplishing the biggest moment of her track career Saturday at Ohio State’s Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.

6/6/2015 5:15 PM
Liberty-Benton girls win state track title
COLUMBUS — Less than a year after Liberty-Benton was rocked by the death of longtime girls track and field coach Pat Wagner, the Eagles realized his outsized vision for this year’s team today at Jesse Owens Stadium.




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