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9/12/2014 9:34 AM
Scoreboard: 9-12

9/12/2014 1:09 AM
UT's Russell a self-made man
Very few of Alonzo Russell's titles have stuck.

9/12/2014 10:43 AM
In-state clash will soon be rare for OSU
COLUMBUS — Almost every fall for the past two decades, Ohio State has handed David a sling and some stones and challenged an in-state opponent to deliver its best shot.

9/12/2014 12:00 AM
Kern a hit on, off field for Miami
In his third year of college, Kent Kern has learned to compartmentalize.

9/12/2014 12:57 AM
Knights top Jackets 2-1
St. Francis de Sales recovered from yielding an early goal to prevail Thursday over host Perrysburg in a boys soccer match featuring two of the area’s top teams.

9/12/2014 1:11 AM
Embarrassing time for teams in the Big Ten
Only two weeks into the college football season and the Big Ten already is being trashed from coast to coast. And for good reason, we might add.

9/12/2014 1:05 AM
Clay storms back to upend Central
Clay rallied from a late 20-14 deficit to win the pivotal third game, then carried that momentum into the deciding fourth game to take a 3-1 victory Thursday night at Central Catholic in Three Rivers Athletic Conference volleyball.

9/12/2014 12:52 AM
Ravens dominate Steelers amid hectic week
BALTIMORE — The dismissal of Ray Rice wasn’t a distraction for the Baltimore Ravens.

9/12/2014 12:00 AM
The Blade Fishing Report: 9-12
■  Maumee River: If the big flush of water from Wednesday’s heavy rain does not turn the river into a week-long mess, the change in the weather should bump up the activity with the waterway’s smallmouth bass, according to guide and fly angler Hunter Hayes. He expects crawfish patterns and olive-colored clouser minnows to work early in the morning …

9/12/2014 12:00 AM
Opening outdoors exploration to all
PORT CLINTON — Some of the best ideas are those that are copied, mimicked, hijacked, or appropriated. When the folks at The Ability Center of Greater Toledo marveled at the impact of a successful outdoors activity program in Missouri, they decided that imitation would indeed be a significant form of flattery, so they got as much help as they could