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The Willard Flashes and Lady Flashes opened the 2020 season on the road at the Port Clinton Golf Classic and in a Bay Division road dual match, respectively. See the Monday Willard Times for the story.

T-J Sports Editor Dan Woodlock takes a look back at some of the most extravagant professional sports hair-styles in the Monday Willard Times-Junction.

The Willard Waves summer swim team competed in their own time trials and took down nine team records in the process. See the article in the Monday Willard Times-Junction sports.

The Willard baseball team took the field in live game play for the first time in 2020, as the Flashes scrimmaged against SBC rival Edison on the road Wednesday evening. See the article in Monday's Willard Times-Junction.

2020 Willard graduate Becca Slone is featured in the Monday Willard Times-Junction, following senior tennis and basketball seasons in which she helped lead the Lady Flashes by example in their successful runs.

Phebe Schag got off to a dazzling start for the 9-10 year-old girls, as the Willard Waves summer swim team competed in a pair of invitational meets at Clear Fork and Walnut Hills. See the Thursday Willard Times-Junction for meet highlights.

With Father's Day approaching, Sports Editor Dan Woodlock takes a look at some of the ways he has bonded with his son through sports. See the column in Thursday's Willard Times-Junction

Willard graduate, Lydia Wiers, put together a brilliant freshman volleyball season with the Division I Towson Tigers of the Colonial Athletic Association, helping lead them to a conference title and an NCAA berth. See the article in Monday's Willard Times-Junction.

Willard Times-Junction Sports Editor, Dan Woodlock, shares his rewarding weekend experience in the return of baseball at a summer tournament in Jefferson. See the editorial in Thursday's Willard T-J.

Following the recent 10-part documentary on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in "The Last Dance", Willard Times-Junction Sports Editor, Dan Woodlock, takes a look at some of the best and worst "dance" attire for the NBA in his choices of the best and worst uniforms. See the Thursday T-J …

Shelby Little League Baseball announces it will have a 2020 season. The Shelby Girls Softball League is tentatively planning to have a season, depending on word from the local board of health and the school district.

A summer tradition that dates back to the 1930's — the North Central Ohio Soap Box Derby — has been canceled for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ashley King ended a run of 23 consecutive years with the Willard swim team as either a swimmer or the coach--covering every season since the program began in the 1997-98 school year. See her tribute feature in the Monday Willard Times-Junction sports.

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After a high school career that was hampered by knee injuries, former Willard Lady Flashes basketball player, Maddy Crawford, found a clean bill of health athletically and academically in her college career at Heidelberg. See the Monday Willard Times-Junction for the feature story.

Willard T-J sports editor, Dan Woodlock, highlights Coach Tim Johnstone, who made an impact on and beyond the baseball diamond during his coaching and teaching career. See Thursday's Willard Times-Junction for the article.

What are some of your favorite sports movies? Check out the Thursday Willard Times-Junction as Sports Editor Dan Woodlock shares a list of his top-25 sports-related films.

Shelby High School varsity boys and girls bowling teams were recently recognized with postseason awards.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine's announcement Monday that schools would be closed the rest of the should also meant there would be no spring sports in 2020.

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Sports Editor Chuck Ridenour shares sports memories No. 11-15 in his continuing series that cover his 39 years at the Shelby Daily Globe.

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Daily Globe Sports Editor Chuck Ridenour begins counting down memorable sports moments, starting with No. 16 through 20.

As Cathern and Morgan Hamons hold hopes of playing games their senior season, they take a look back at what the game of softball has provided them through their experiences together. See the Monday Willard Times-Junction for the article.

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