Willard fought Wynford into five sets, but saw their volleyball season come to an end in Monday night's Sectional semifinal match. See the story and stats in Thursday's Willard Times-Junction
Huron took the boys Bay Division cross country crown in a runaway, while Edison's girls had to battle out a narrow team title in the races held Saturday at Hedges-Boyer Park in Tiffin. See how the Willard boys and girls finished on the day in Thursday's Willard Times-Junction.
COLUMBUS — Shelby High junior Nicole Jones place 10th in the field at the Division II State golf tournament which wrapped up Saturday at the Ohio State University Gray Course.
Shelby survived three first-half turnovers, but dominated the second half and captured a 32-13 Division IV, Region 14 playoff victory against Rossford Saturday night at W.W. Skiles Field at William J. Wilkins Stadium.
GALION - Shelby's varsity boys cross country picked up their fourth straight conference crown by claiming their second straight Mid Ohio Athletic Conference title Saturday at Amann's Reservoir.
A slow start offensively caught up to Willard in the second half, as Margaretta built a 14-0 lead and never trailed in a 27-14 win Friday night in Castalia. See the Monday Willard Times-Junction for the story, stats and photos.
Shelby High junior Nicole Jones will be making her third appearance in the girls state golf tournament that begins Friday in Columbus.
Willard hung in with Indian Lake throughout the first half and early stages of the third quarter, before falling 37-12 Saturday night in Division V playoff action. See the story, stats and photos in the Thursday Willard Times-Junction.
The Shelby High girls tennis team advanced five players to district-level competition following played that wrapped up Saturday at the sectional tournament.
MARION — Ava Long's compassion for an opponent highlighted the Shelby girls and boys cross team's participation in the Marion Harding Invitational Saturday.
Plymouth dominated Lisbon from the outset and rolled to a 46-12 Division VII home playoff win Friday night. The victory, which marked the Big Red's first-ever playoff win, vaults PHS into the second round, where they will travel to Dalton to face the 4-2 Bulldogs of the Wayne County Athletic…
Willard's number one and two singles players teamed up at doubles for tennis Sectionals and qualified for this week's District Tourney. Read more on how the day went for Kalli Sowers, Ella Schag and the rest of the Lady Flashes, as well as on soccer, volleyball and more in Monday's Willard T…
FINDLAY — The Shelby varsity boys golf team saw their season come to a close Thursday after a sixth-place finish during the Division II District at the Findlay Country Club.
Five players on the Shelby girls tennis team earned berths in next week's district tournament following Thursday's first day of competition at the Division II Sectional hosted by Shelby High School.
The Willard Lady Flashes tennis team, which recently wrapped up their fourth consecutive SBC Bay Division title, paid tribute to their Head Coach Josh Bauerle for the many ways he has impacted them. See the column in Thursday's Willard Times-Junction.
Willard found themselves in a first half hole too large to climb out of, as their season-high scoring output went for naught in a 50-24 loss at Vermilion. See the story, stats and some photos in Monday's Willard Times-Junction.
HURON — Shelby's varsity boys golf team finished third in the sectional Thursday and earned a spot in next week's district tournament to be held at the Findlay Country Club.
Behind position wins at No. 1-3 singles and second doubles, the Shelby tennis team dominated the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference tournament which was completed Saturday.
In a battle of 4-0 football teams, Shelby finished the night unscathed in smothering Lucas 37-7 Friday evening at W.W. Skiles Field at William J. Wilkins Stadium.
Tied for first with Margaretta entering Thursday's SBC Bay Division golf tournament, Willard came away as tourney champs at the Fremont Country Club to win the league title outright. See the story, along with football, soccer and more in the Monday Willard Times-Junction.
GALION — Shelby Lincoln Finnegan was the co-medalist with 74 and helped the Whippets to a runner-up showing in the MOAC golf tournament contested at Valley View Golf Course Thursday.
Visiting Ottawa Hills scored a 3-2 win over Shelby during third round play of the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association team tournament and eliminating the Lady Whippets.
GALION — Alyssa Neill had seven saves in a shutout and Arizona Graszl's second-half goal off an assist from Audriana Albert made Shelby a 1-0 soccer winner over Galion Monday.
GALION — Suffocating on defense and explosive on offense, Shelby improved to 4-0 on the season with Friday's 42-6 clubbing of Galion in a Mid Ohio Athletic Conference clash.
Port Clinton was dominant on both sides of the ball in blanking Willard, 54-0, Friday night at Tru Lay Stadium in Port Clinton. The Flashes fell to 0-4 on the season and were shut out for the third time. See the article, stats and photos in Monday's Willard Times-Junction.
The Willard Lady Flashes tennis team survived a nail-biter with Edison to keep their current SBC Bay Division streak alive and move a step closer to what they hope is a fourth consecutive championship. See Monday's Willard Times-Junction for the article.
Shelby found the endzone four times in the closing 9:20 of the first half and rolled to a 49-17 Mid Ohio Athletic Conference victory against Marion Harding at W.W. Skiles Field at William J. Wilkins Stadium Friday night.
Shelby's varsity girls tennis team reached the third round of the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association team tournament with a hard-fought 3-2 win against Lima Central Catholic Wednesday.
The Willard boys and girls cross country teams continued their steady improvement with a day full of top times at Saturday's Bucyrus Elks Invitational. See that story and others in the Thursday Willard Times-Junction.
MARION — Shelby running back Owen Fisher sprinted to a school-record 407 rushing yards and also scored seven touchdowns in the Whippets' 56-24 thrashing of Marion Pleasant.
The Huron Tigers used a stifling defensive effort and a four-touchdown night from quarterback Cole Parker to defeat Willard, 36-0, Friday night in Willard. See the Monday Willard Times for the story and stats.
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