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Pritchard named MVP in North win

Pritchard named MVP in North win

LEXINGTON — Led by offensive most valuable player Tylor Pritchard, the North pulled what at least in its players’ minds was an upset by holding on to defeat the South,…

Correction

Correction

The incorrect head shot ran for Carey coach Teresa Jacoby in the All-Daily Chief-Union softball graphic Thursday. Jacoby was voted the All-DC-U coach of the year. In her first season,…

T&T gets a pair of victories

T&Ts scored 11 runs in the first inning on the way to a 17-4 win over Shuster’s Flowers in slow pitch softball Saturday. Offensively for Shuster’s: Albi Mundy, 3 singles;…

Softball award winners

Softball award winners

The Riverdale softball team recently handed out awards following its season. Winners were (from left) Julia Naus, golden glove award, All-North Central Conference second team and All-Northwest District honorable mention; Aricka…

Soccer camp to begin June 25

The Upper Sandusky girls soccer program is hosting a Rising Stars soccer camp from June 25-27 at the school soccer fields. The camp is open to boys and girls in…

Football official class scheduled to begin July 14

TIFFIN — Registration now is being accepted for a football officiating class in Tiffin. Classes begin July 14 and are open to anyone 14 years and older. The cost is…

All-Daily Chief-Union softball team

All-Daily Chief-Union softball team

A first-year coach and a pair of Mohawk players took top honors on the All-Daily Chief-Union softball team. Carey’s Teresa Jacoby was voted coach of the year and the Warriors’…

Area players in All-Star game

LEXINGTON — Six Upper Sandusky players and two from Wynford are part of the North roster for the North Central Ohio Football Coaches’ Association All-Star Game to be played at…

The big catch

The big catch

Wyandot County Rod and Gun Club members Eric Gottfried (left) and L.C. Schoenberger, 94, admire an enormous catfish Thursday, when they stocked the Harrison Smith Park pond with 250 pounds…

Koehler sweeps doubleheader

Koehler Surveying rallied for 17 runs in the last three innings to beat Fatenal, 18-8, in girls slowpitch softball Thursday. Offensively for Fastenal: Kenzie Ritter, single; Kira Lear, 2 singles,…