Jump-Start Not Enough To Outrun Truckers

While the Truckers didn't have much the in the way of resistance to Willard's aerial attack, the NHS ground coverage steered the way to a pair of dual victories Tuesday evening at Whitney Field in Norwalk.

The Trucker boys topped the Flashes by an 82-56 final, while the Lady Truckers rolled to an 81-45 differential on the night. Norwalk claimed victories in seven of the eight relays, including all four in the girls meet.

The WHS boys racked up big points in the jumping events, including a three-way sweep in the High Jump. Nick Cofer followed up his first place jump of 5'8" at the Huron Invitational by winning Tuesday night's dual event at 5'4"...Read More

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Sayre's Heroics Lift Shelby

Nate Sayre's bases-loaded RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning provided Shelby with a walk-off 5-4 non-conference varsity baseball victory against Madison Monday.

The heroics by Sayre also helped soothe what's been a difficult 10-day stretch for the Whippets who were mired in a season-long four-game losing streak where the red and gray were shutout twice and outscored 13-4.

"It's been a long week against some quality baseball teams," said first-year coach Jon Amicone as SHS improved its record to 12-8. Madison, which leads the Ohio Cardinal Conference standings, slips to 11-9.

Amicone felt his club had played well defensively and pitched well, but struggled with the bats during the slide of four games...Read More

Flashes Still Searching For Offense, Victories

Even a truncated game couldn't shorten Willard's offensive struggles they have battled this season.

Columbian's Shane Huffman limited the Flashes to just one hit and three baserunners over the final three innings, as the Tornadoes finished off a rain-postponed contest with a 12-1 victory Friday night at the Willard Athletic Complex.

Huffman picked up where he left off when play was stopped in the top of the fourth inning on April 13. He had limited Willard (0-14-1) to just one hit in 10 at-bats, and produced the same numbers over his three innings of work Friday...Read More

Ladycats Take Wins Over Western Reserve, South Central

The Ladycats finished the week with a 4-0 record against their conference foes, Western Reserve and South Central.

After this week of action the Cats move to a conference record of 6-2 and stay in the hunt for the conference crown just one game behind Plymouth.

Monday night the Cats took down the Riders 15-8 after a shaky start.

The Ladycats began the game by getting into a whole of 8-3...Read More

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