Blunt, Goth Break School Records; Stine Claims HJ

OAK HARBOR - Shelby coach Bob DeLauder and Chris Zuercher were pleased with the results by their track and field teams at the Division II District which wrapped up Friday evening at Oak Harbor High School.

The Lady Whippets shattered a pair of school records while the SHS boys boasted a district champion in high jumper Cody Stine.

"This was a very promising day for us. We advanced athletes in six events and got out to a great start in the field events," said DeLauder, the red and gray girls coach. Both school marks that fell were in the field events...Read More

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Bellevue Bounces Shelby

MADISON TOWNSHIP - Entering the Division II District title game, Shelby and Bellevue had gone a combined 35 years without securing a regional appearance.

Saturday afternoon the Northern Ohio League champion Redmen erased 14 years of frustration with a wire-to-wire 10-3 victory over the Whippets at Madison High School.

With their third loss of the spring to Bellevue, SHS has not won a district crown since 1994.

The Redmen, sporting a 23-4 record and a No. 11 spot in the state rankings, will meet Parma Heights Holy Name in the regional semifinals Thursday in Bowling Green. Shelby exits the postseason with a 16-10 ledger...Read More

Red'y For Regionals

Seneca East wriggled off the hook once.

But with a District title on the line, Plymouth wouldn't allow them to do it again.

Back-to-back one-out doubles by Halei Lunceford and Addyson Horne ignited an eight-run third inning explosion, as the Lady Big Red used 12 hits and a masterful pitching performance by Horne to bounce the second-seeded Lady Tigers, 11-0, Friday evening for the Division IV Shelby District crown.

The Regional berth marks the first in Plymouth's softball history, and will pair the Lady Big Red up with Cuyahoga Heights, a 12-9 winner over Hillsdale in the Copley District championship game. Both teams match-up Wednesday night at 5 p.m. at Kent State University...Read More

Ladycats Hold 10-3 Conference Record

The Ladycat softball team (#7 rank) fell in their sectional semifinal game on Tuesday night over fifth ranked Mohawk. The girls also defeated the Mapleton Mounties on Saturday night to bring them one step closer to their ninth conference championship.

New London holds a conference record of 10-3 while Mapleton stands at a record of 11-2.

The teams were scheduled to compete on Monday night for the showdown to see if the Mounties pulled out an outright conference title of if the Cats upset the Mounties to take a share of the Firelands Conference crown...Read More

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