Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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  • WAYNESFIELD — Kalida's girls track finished third Saturday at the Joe Rider Horn Tiger Relays at Waynesfield-Goshen High School.
  • GLANDORF - Ottawa-Glandorf's softball team dropped a doubleheader Saturday to Liberty-Benton in the season openers for both teams.
  • PUTNAM COUNTY — Two players and three coaches were accorded top honors by the District 8 Coaches Association for their play this past basketball season.

  • Top contestants after the second round of the Putnam County Sentinel 2017 NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament Challenge include Bob Weber - 87 pts.; Scott Long - 82 pts.ay Burkholder - 79 pts.; David Gulgin - 77 pts.; Tina Weber - 77 pts.; Eli Ellerbrock - 75 pts.; Chris Heckman - 75 pts.; Ken Heckman - 75 pts.; Ryan Lucke - 75 pts.; Rita Schnipke - 75 pts.; Donald Sigler - 75 pts.; Brent Lanwehr - 74 pts.; obb Pickens - 74 pts.; Brad Gerten - 73 pts.; Kendra Gerten - 73 pts.; Matthew Schroeder - 73 pts.; Debbie Woodring - 73 pts; Ellissa Helf - 72 pts.; Jason Knott - 72 pts.; Megan Lanwehr - 72 pts.; Ronald Drummelsmith - 71 pts.; Barb Verhoff - 71 pts.

     
  • COLUMBUS — This past Friday and Saturday, the pairings were set for the OHSAA boys state basketball tournament later this week at the Value City Arena on the Ohio State University campus.
  • Ottoville falls to Berlin Hiland
    COLUMBUS - When Kennedy Schlabach let her desperation three-pointer go, she felt it was going to go long.
  • COLUMBUS – Memories of the 2016 state championship game had to be in the back of the minds of the Ottawa-Glandorf players as Kettering Alter started to pull away from them in the third quarter of their Division II state semi-final contest Thursday afternoon
  • It's time once again for the race to championship in men's basketball! See if you'll be a winner in the Putnam County Sentinel's 2017 Round Ball Madness Tournament Bracket competition!
     

  • ELIDA — After the Ottoville's girls last state tournament appearance in 2013, Big Green coach Dave Kleman told assembled members of the media Ottoville would make a return appearance.
  • O-G's Beemer falls in state semi-finals
    COLUMBUS — Ottawa-Glandorf's Daniel Beemer's dream of wrestling for a state championship suffered a bump in the road Friday night at the Division III state wrestling tournament.
  • Ottawa-Glandorf punches ticket to state semi-finals
    MANSFIELD — Norton's defense gave Ottawa-Glandorf some trouble early.
  • SIOUX CITY, Iowa — A sweet comeback put the Indiana University East women's basketball team in the round of 16 at the national tournament for the first time.
  • COLUMBUS — Ottawa-Glandorf took five wrestlers to the Division III state tournament Thursday afternoon. And four of them will return to action Friday morning at the Schottenstein Center for the second day of the state tournament.
  • ELIDA — Ottoville coach Dave Kleman figured his defense would be a big key during their Division IV regional semi-final against Buckeye Central Thursday night.

  • ADA — Throughout the season, Ottawa-Glandorf has made life miserable on other basketball teams using their superiority inside.
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