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Updated 34 minutes ago
Walleye even series with 4-1 win
WHEELING, W. Va. - The quick striking Walleye wrestled home ice advantage back from Wheeling in the North Division semifinals with a strong second period that sparked a 4-1 victory tonight.

Updated 12 hours ago
Wheeling rink could favor Walleye
WHEELING, W.Va. — The unique dimensions of the 38-year-old WesBanco Arena may just be playing right into the hands of the visiting Toledo Walleye.

Updated 12 hours ago
Mud Hens can’t hold off Indians
In baseball, players and coaches call it the “shut-down” inning.

Updated 14 hours ago
Big Ten East rises to power
COLUMBUS — It is football’s modern Civil War.

Updated 14 hours ago
NBA Playoffs roundup: Curry leads crazy comeback
NEW ORLEANS — Stephen Curry scored 40 points, including a 3-pointer in the final seconds of regulation to complete a 20-point, fourth-quarter comeback, and Golden State beat New Orleans 123-119 in overtime Thursday night to take a 3-0 lead in their first-round playoff series.

Updated 14 hours ago
NHL Playoffs roundup: Canucks, Preds avoid elimination
CAPITALS 5, ISLANDERS 1

Updated 14 hours ago
MLB roundup: Mets win 11th straight
NEW YORK — Daniel Murphy drove in four runs and the New York Mets matched a franchise record with their 11th straight victory Thursday, walking their way to a 6-3 win over the Atlanta Braves behind Bartolo Colon.

Updated 14 hours ago
Wings collapse, fall in OT
DETROIT — The Detroit Red Wings had less than six minutes to hold a lead, to preserve a shutout, and to take a commanding series lead back to the Sunshine State.

Updated 14 hours ago
Gibsonburg tops Cardinal Stritch
If Gibsonburg is going to live up to its preseason status as the favorite to win the Toledo Area Athletic Conference baseball title, the Golden Bears can’t afford many more missteps.

Updated 15 hours ago
Springfield’s Wiggins commits to BGSU basketball
New Bowling Green State University men’s basketball coach Michael Huger has signed his first recruit — and it is a local player.




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