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DI wrestling: Clay, Perrysburg win sectionals
Three Rivers Athletic Conference champion Clay had nine individual champions Saturday in rolling to an easy Division I sectional wrestling championship on its home mats.

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DII wrestling: Central Catholic takes sectional title
OAK HARBOR — Central Catholic, the Division II state team dual tournament runner-up two weeks ago, had four individual champions Saturday in winning a sectional team championship at Oak Harbor High School.

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DIII wrestling: Delta, Genoa roll to sectional crowns
ARCHBOLD — Top-ranked Delta rolled to a Division III sectional wrestling team title Saturday at Archbold High School, taking eight individual championships and qualifying four other wrestlers to district competition Friday and Saturday at Fostoria High School.

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Owens sweeps OCCAC crowns

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Falcons top Anchorage 4-3 to clinch WCHA tourney bye
ANCHORAGE — Bowling Green State University clinched a first-round home series in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association tournament with a 4-3 victory Friday night at Alaska-Anchorage.

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Crowdfunding crush catches on
Soon, you can have your cake and eat it, too.

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Howe's recovery shows stem-cell advances
Hockey legend Gordie Howe’s star power is raising awareness in the United States and Canada about advances in stem-cell therapies as he continues what is being called a “miraculous” recovery from a massive stroke.

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Fabulous felines steal the show
It may have been one of the coldest stretches of the winter, but Valentine’s Day weekend was purr-fect weather for a cat show.

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Dig in for a good cause
Restaurant Week Toledo begins on Monday and runs through March 8, with a portion of the proceeds from dishes ordered off special menus to benefit Leadership Toledo and its programs to encourage volunteerism and civic engagement among local high school students.

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The art of making guitars
Art Alvarado’s work life unfolds in crowded spaces where chunks of raw wood compete for space on benches piled with tools, battered old guitars, beautiful new instruments in various states of completion, record albums, and precision measuring instruments.

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