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Published 14 hours ago
Rams take Anthony Wayne grad Donnal in 4th round
Andrew Donnal spent Saturday afternoon at his family’s home in Monclova, nervously picking at his lunch of submarine sandwiches while keeping one eye on the television.

Updated 18 hours ago
St. John’s sweeps to TRAC championship
St. John’s Jesuit won the Three Rivers Athletic Conference tennis title Saturday for the fourth consecutive season.

Updated 18 hours ago
Levy may affect Springfield athletics
When voters go to the polls on Tuesday to decide on the Springfield Schools emergency levy, part of what will be at stake will be the district’s athletic programs.

5/2/2015 1:09 PM
Anthony Wayne grad 119th pick in NFL Draft
The St. Louis Rams have drafted Andrew Donnal, an offensive lineman from Iowa and an Anthony Wayne graduate.

5/2/2015 12:43 AM
Whitmer wins Knight Relays
Whitmer's Alex Miles suffered a hip injury during the Knight Relays a year ago that hampered him for the rest of his sophomore season.

5/2/2015 12:41 AM
Big 4th inning lifts St. John’s
St. John’s Jesuit broke loose for seven runs in the fourth inning on its way to a 12-1 victory against host Central Catholic on Friday night at Mercy Field.

4/30/2015 12:30 AM
Titans still on top
St. John’s Jesuit’s No. 4 ranking in the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association Division I boys tennis poll is not really surprising.

4/30/2015 12:30 AM
Spotlight athlete: Montpelier's Breanna Stein
School: Montpelier

4/30/2015 12:29 AM
Sidelines notebook: New facilities planned for Waite
It took an exchange of land and the enforcement of Title IX federal law, but Waite will have a new softball field and likely some tennis courts by the end of the 2015-16 school year.

4/30/2015 12:31 AM
Springfield's Girlie off to red-hot start
Springfield’s Hannah Girlie may not have an imposing last name. But when she lets her bat do the talking, arguably no hitter in northwest Ohio has ever been more dangerous to opposing pitchers.




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