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Golden Bears considered
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Friday, 04 September 2009 09:30
According to Dave Schmidt’s website, www.TheSeniorReports.com, The Midland Athletic League superintendents will meet September 8 to decide if they will expand and invite Gibsonburg and Elmwood. 

Elmwood has already been offered a spot in the Northern Buckeye Conference (currently Eastwood, Genoa, Lake, Woodmore, Otsego, Rossford, and Fostoria), although missing the initial deadline of August 31.  The NBC gave Elmwood an extension until September 14 to decide if they would join. 

 
Winckowski, Imbery earn academic All-American status
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Thursday, 03 September 2009 12:11

Owens Community College baseball player Casey Winckowski (Clay) and volleyball player Mallory Imbery (Genoa) have been selected to the 2008-09 Academic All-American Team by the National Junior College Athletic Association for their outstanding accomplishments in the classroom and on the athletic playing field.

A total of seven Owens CC athletes were chosen, including soccer players Yousef Aliakbar (Perrysburg) and Lorenzo Carrion-Bistolfi (Medellín, Colombia), both Distinguished Academic All-American selections; women’s basketball player Jeanne Bockey, Delphos (Distinguished Academic All-American); and softball players Katelyn Helminiak, Toledo (Distinguished Academic All-American), and Rachel Sepesy, Ida, Mich. They are among 51 student-athletes since 1994 to receive the award at Owens.

 
Rockets back? Comets and Eagles have their say
Written by Mark Griffin   
Thursday, 03 September 2009 12:09

Last Friday night the Oak Harbor football team's post-game locker room was the exact opposite of last season's opener, when the Rockets got thumped by visiting Springfield 58-0.

Second-year coach Mike May's Rockets got payback on Aug. 28, beating the host Blue Devils 14-0 to spoil the unveiling of Springfield's new stadium.

"The kids were excited," said May, whose team looks to rebound from last year's 2-8 record. "We noticed they were focused and pretty anxious before the game. It was big for us after the way last year went and with everything that was going on, with the dedication of their new stadium and everything else going on. I was proud of our victory."

Oak Harbor produced just 191 yards of offense, but the defense forced five turnovers and limited Springfield to 184 yards.

 
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