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Since Northwood became a member of the Toledo Area Athletic Conference in

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Northwood senior catcher Andy Bloomfield
catcher and freshman pitcher Anthony Rorigi
converse on the mound during Wednesday’s
11-1 non-conference victory over visiting Waite.
(Press photo by Scott Grau
/www.NWOPrepSports.com)

2001, the Rangers have been the conference's dominant team on the football field, winning or sharing seven of the last nine TAAC championships.

Coach Dave Russell and the Rangers' baseball team are trying their best to change any perception that Northwood is merely a football school.

The Rangers could have claimed an outright win a share of their first TAAC baseball title on Friday with a win over two-time defending conference champion Toledo Christian.

TC is coached by Oregon resident Ron Rightnowar and his son Nick is a junior pitcher for the Eagles. TC was a favorite to win the TAAC crown this year.

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Clay senior pole vaulter Meghan Scharer won a Division I district pole vault preliminaries at St. Francis DeSales High School by leaping 9-feet-4 in the finals, but lost to Whitmer senior Christina Schultz in a tie-breaker. Even though Baums Page (baumspage.com) listed Scharer first, she was not the district champion,

Schlultz won the event on jumps. They both cleared the same height but Meghan had an earlier miss which gave Schultz the title. Scharer did win the City League championship this year with a jump of 9-6 and was the district champion last year.

Scharer, who has committed to the University of Dayton for soccer, also qualified for the D-I regional at Amherst Steele.

But it was the Clay boys track team that did the most scoring damage at the district meet, finishing fifth with 65½ points while the girls team finished 11th with 18 points.

Qualifying for the regional meet at Amherst Steele is the 4x800 relay team of junior Robert Hoffman, senior Patrick Roman, junior Adam Bess, and senior Taylor Durczynski after finishing third at the district meet in 8:08.79, exactly three seconds behind the champions from St. John’s Jesuit.

Hoffman, junior Eric Wood, and sophomores Jason Bucha and Ryan Laberdee qualified in the 4x400, finishing fourth at districts (3:25.64), just over four seconds behind the championship team from Bowsher.

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Pictured (from right to left): Principal David Yenrick, Owens
assistant coach Allen Drake, Allen, Owens head coach Kevin
Skaggs, and Waite assistant coach Jeremy McDonald. Allen
averaged 13.3 points and led the City League at 11.1 rebounds
per game and was Third Team All-TCL. Waite, under the
direction of head coach and Waite alumnus Dave Pitsenbarger, f
inished 12-10. (Photo courtesy of Jeremy McDonald)

Antonio Allen, 6-foot-6 senior member of the Waite boys' basketball team, signed a National Letter of Intent with Owens Community College on Monday in the school's main office.

 

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