Tuesday, April 25, 2017
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  • DELPHOS - The Ottoville and Kalida girls both had strong days at the Delphos St. Johns Invitational Saturday,
  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Kalida had just three hits during their Putnam County League game with Columbus Grove Friday afternoon.
  • WAPAKONETA —Ottawa-Glandorf's girls track team finished third at the Wapakoneta Redskin Relays Friday evening.

  • COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove answered Continental's quick run with three of their own in the first inning on their way to a 9-1 Putnam County league win Friday.
  • BLUFFTON — Columbus Grove scored four late runs Thursday to defeat Bluffton 8-4 in Northwest Conference softball action.
  • OTTOVILLE — Ottoville has a new boys basketball coach for the 2017-18 season.
  • MILLER CITY - Tiffany Welty banged out three hits to help Miller City to a 3-1 non-league win over Bluffton Wednesday.

  • MILLER CITY - Bryce Riepenhoff finished off a big night in a grand way as Miller City defeated Ayersville 7-4 in non-league action.
  • PANDORA — Miller City's Jacob Kuhlman was in the zone Tuesday afternoon.
  • KALIDA — Kalida’s Owen Recker turned in another strong performance on the mound Monday as the Wildcats topped Continental 4-1 in Putnam County League action.

  • RICHMOND, IND.  --  The Defiance College men's golf team improved by 12 strokes in the final round to move up and finish in third place at the Earlham (Ind.) College Spring Invitational held at Forest Hills Country Club in Richmond, Ind.
  • CINCINNATI — The University of Findlay track and field teams traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio for the second day of the All-Ohio Championships. The event was divided up into two groups, Division I and Division II/NAIA, as fourteen Ohio teams competed in the meet.
  • WAUSESON — The big inning Saturday helped Ottawa-Glandorf's baseball team to a doubleheader sweep of Wauseon in non-league action.
  • OTTOVILLE — An Ottoville rally came up a run short Friday afternoon as the Big Green dropped a 10-9 non-league baseball decision to Delphos St. John's.
  • OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf senior Melissa Knott won both hurdle events Thursday evening to help the Lady Titans to a third place finish at the 52nd annual Gold Medal Meet at Titan Stadium.

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