Angeline came up short, 41-39, against the Seneca County Arrows on Tuesday.
Upper Sandusky’s eighth-grade girls basketball team routed Seneca East, 53-10, on Tuesday.
ARCADIA — Josh Ireland drained seven 3-pointers and scored 26 points to lead Arcadia to a 70-38 victory against Riverdale in a Blanchard Valley Conference boys basketball game Tuesday night.
BUCYRUS — After such a slow start offensively, defense was the only way Wynford would have a chance to win Tuesday night against Colonel Crawford.
Carey and Mohawk were the top two seeds in Division III sub-region 24-B for the Ohio High School Athletic Association team wrestling tournament to begin Jan. 28.
Upper Sandusky High School junior Betsy Young took first in the 175-pound weight class in the seventh annual Tri Village Powerlifting Meet on Saturday.
MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale High School hosted the sixth annual Mindi Justice Winter Cheer Extravaganza on Saturday, with 28 teams, 10 individuals/duos and seven exhibition teams taking part.
CAREY — The word written on the board in the Upper Sandusky locker room was guts. This one word described an entire team’s demeanor in a roller coaster game that ended with an overtime Rams victory over Carey, 78-74, on Saturday night.
MORRAL — Having played a double-overtime thriller against Wynford earlier in the season, Ridgedale expected another game coming down to the wire, and when they got it, the Rockets were ready.
FORT RECOVERY — Fort Recovery gradually pulled away from Riverdale, 60-44, after the Falcons made a long trip for a non-conference girls basketball game Saturday.
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CAREY — According to a release from the Carey Police Department, a call was received at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday from a male juvenile, reporting an unknown male had broken into his house.
The juvenile sheltered in an upstairs closet, while waiting for officers to arrive, according to the release.
This month, thousands of Ohio school children will be heading back to school. There will be more children, teen drivers and buses on the roads. With classes back in session, all drivers and riders should brush up on traffic safety. The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board recently announced several tips for parents, students and community members to keep in mind this school year.
A Marion man was sentenced to community control Wednesday by Wyandot County Common Pleas Court.
Owen A. Taylor, 34, of Marion, was originally charged with manufacture of a controlled substance (illegal cultivation of marijuana) and trafficking in drugs (trafficking in marijuana with criminal forfeiture specification) on Dec. 12, 2018. The trafficking charge was dismissed in June and Taylor pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of possession of marijuana, a third degree felony, on June 4, according to Wyandot Common Pleas Court records.