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Upper scores early to hold off Buckeye late

Upper scores early to hold off Buckeye late

The Upper Sandusky softball team started with a bang in a four-run first inning, and was held scoreless the rest of the way against Buckeye Central. The runs just stood,…

Rams hit NCC ERA leader hard in victory

Rams hit NCC ERA leader hard in victory

A fire was lit under Upper Sandusky as the Rams pounded 10 hits against the North Central Conference’s leader in ERA to down Buckeye Central, 7-2, on Wednesday in Upper…

Ontario edges Upper

Ontario edges Upper

Upper Sandusky just lost to Ontario, 3-2, on Wednesday in Upper Sandusky, dropping two closely contested doubles matches against last year’s North Central Conference champion. Ontario, which competes in the…

Baseball, softball sectional draws to take new format Sunday

The postseason will have a different look for teams in the area this spring as the Northwest District Athletic Board has gone to a new format that allows the higher…

Raiders slow Blue Devils

CAREY — After a big win at Hopewell-Loudon last week, Carey could not get anything going against Lakota’s Nick Watts in a 6-1 loss at home Tuesday. Watts had 11…

Kenneth Fairchild

CAREY — Kenneth Ray Fairchild, of Corinth, Miss., and formerly of Bettsville, died Tuesday, April 29, 2014, after a lengthy illness. He was 72. Born March 21, 1942, he was…

Shelly Jo Sayre

FOREST — Shelly Jo Sayre, of Forest, died Thursday, April 24, 2014 at her residence. She was 47. Born May 24, 1966 in Kenton, she was a daughter of Sue…

James Walter

James E. Walter, of Upper Sandusky, died at 3:15 a.m. Thursday, March 27, 2014 at Fairhaven Community, Upper Sandusky. He was 85. A memorial service will be held at 11…

Event to raise funds to help send youth on mission trip this summer

Event to raise funds to help send youth on mission trip this summer

SYCAMORE — Twelve youth from Sycamore and the surrounding area are gearing up to travel to Glocester, R.I., in July for a summer mission trip that will include beach clean-up…

Easter egg hunt held in Wharton

WHARTON — The Wharton community Easter egg hunt recently was held at Wharton Park with more than 40 children in attendance. Hunts were sponsored by the Wharton park board and…