St. Paul’s Davis Hedrick and Camille Endsley; Monroeville’s Chayce Schaub and New London’s Jacob Allen and two 4x800 relay teams all qualified for next week’s Division III state championships on Wednesday.
South Central and Edison pitchers were among eight area players to be selected to the first teams across Divisions II, III and IV on the OHSBCA District 9 teams.
Area Firelands Conference teams fare well at Saturday’s district meets in Perkins and Bucyrus; Norwalk’s Brown falls in district tennis semifinal match.
Norwalk’s Madison Shutt also advances to the Division I regional meet in the 100-meter dash among the area spring highlights Friday night
Returning state placer threw the shot put 56-feet-11-inches to break his own school record and the Division III Perkins site meet record as well on Thursday to lead area athletes; Plymouth baseball wins sectional title
Senior standout is one win away from the state championships; moved into fourth all-time in career wins at Norwalk. Junior Jake Sommers won Div. I district pole vault title; New London baseball wins Div. III sectional opener on Wednesday
Flyers edge Danbury, 3-1, to reach Thursday’s Div. IV sectional championship game at Fremont St. Joseph
The boys pole vault will be competed on Saturday to decide the boys team title between New London and Crestview; St. Paul boys third and girls fourth on Friday at the FC championships in Plymouth.
Flyers get strong outing from Tyler Perkins to beat Mapleton; Edison and Plymouth softball teams win sectional championships to highlight Friday’s action
St. Paul’s Hedrick, Monroeville’s Kluding and Schaub win individual events on Day 1 at the Firelands Conference championships; St. Paul distance relay also claimed first on Wednesday
Chargers improved to 16-6 and will visit Clear Fork at 5 p.m. Friday in a Division III sectional championship game
Area baseball teams held sectional and district tournament draws on Sunday
New London’x 4x800 boys broke a 23-year old meet record, while Jacob Allen topped his own meet pole vault record as the Wildcats won the 12-team field on Saturday
St. Paul and Plymouth softball teams picked up Firelands Conference wins over Mapleton and New London to highlight other area action on Monday
Eagles (15-2) and Big Red (13-4) split their regular season meetings last week; SBC trio of Bellevue, Norwalk and Willard at the Div. II Edison site