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Prep postseason in full swing
SOFTBALL

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Walleye stay alive with 5-4 win
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — Desperate times called for desperate measures for a Walleye team that staved off elimination from the Kelly Cup playoffs on Friday night.

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Mud Hens win again
Jeff McVaney joined the Mud Hens Tuesday morning, and the team has won three of the four games it has played since his arrival.

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LeBron leads Cavs to win
ATLANTA — Forget the Big Three.

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Devils top Jackets for district title
The Springfield softball team polished off one big milestone in its 5-0 win over Perrysburg in Friday’s Division I district championship game at Rolf Park in Maumee. 

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AW captures D-I district title
FOSTORIA — Kaitlyn Ray pitched a five-hit shutout as Anthony Wayne captured a Division I softball district championship Friday with a 5-0 win over Ashland.

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Toledo Christian earns district title to advance
CLYDE — A Toledo Christian versus Gibsonburg district final seemed like an inevitability. So, too, did a close game when they met for a decisive third time.

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DI track: Ross boys 2nd, Findlay girls 3rd; BG’s Horrigan wins pole vault at district
TIFFIN — The Lima Senior track and field team captured the boys Division I district championship at Tiffin Columbian with 82.5 points. Sandusky finished second with 75.5, Fremont Ross was third with 74, and Findlay's 72 points was good enough for fourth.

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DII track: Eastwood boys, Oak Harbor girls win district titles
OAK HARBOR — Tylor Miller ran Woodward into territory unseen for the Polar Bears boys track and field team since the 1990s Friday at the Division II championships.

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J.D. Martinez homer lifts Tigers to 6-2 win over Astros
DETROIT — Alfredo Simon doesn’t overpower opposing hitters, as much as he confuses them.




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