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TWINSBURG — Shelby's varsity wrestling team added three more W's to the win column Friday night after sweeping a quad meet at Twinsburg High School.

Oak Harbor completed a season series sweep of Willard with Friday night's 50-43 victory in Oak Harbor. For the game story, as well as Willard's 69-56 victory over St. Paul, see the Monday Willard Times-Junction.

Myles Pinkston scored 23 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, but it wasn't enough against a red-hot Tiffin Columbian squad that ended Willard's seven-game win streak, 78-68, Saturday night. See the article and stats, along with the rest of busy weekend of sports for WHS, in the Thursday Willard T-J.

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Shelby's girls basketball team notched its eighth consecutive victory and junior Olivia Baker tied a school record for three-pointers in a game during Saturday's 58-45 Mid Ohio Athletic Conference win against Ontario.

Shelby exploded for 51 points over the second and third quarters en route to a 77-42 Mid Ohio Athletic Conference girls basketball win against Clear Fork Thursday evening in the Dawg House.

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Shelby ran its winning streak to six in girls basketball with Tuesday's 65-34 non-conference rout of Toledo St. Ursula.

Not even the SBC Bay Division Tournament could cool down the WHS boys and girls bowling teams, as they each rolled their way to championships on Saturday at Rebman Recreation in Lorain. See Thursday's Willard Times-Junction for the story.

Willard sank 11 three-point field goals and pulled away from Margaretta in a 62-42 romp Friday night at the Robert L. Haas Gymnasium. See the article, as well as the Lady Flashes' 51-28 win at Ontario, along with the stats in the Monday Willard Times-Junction.

ONTARIO — Shelby's defense locked down for the final seven minutes and keyed a 64-43 girls basketball victory against Mid Ohio Athletic Conference opponent Ontario Wednesday.

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Leading by a dozen in the second quarter, Shelby saw its lead chopped to six at halftime and to five by the middle of the third frame before the Lady Whippets finished strong and bested Mansfield Senior 63-34 during non-conference girls basketball action Tuesday.

The WHS boys basketball team took down Cardinal Stritch in overtime, 66-59, and pulled away from Upper Sandusky early in a 79-63 win. The Flashes extended their current winning streak to five. See the Thursday Willard Times-Junction for the articles, stats and photos.

Senior T.J. Pugh scored a career-best 38 points and Shelby improved its boys basketball ledger to 6-1 on the season by besting Mansfield Senior 80-68 in the Dawg House Saturday night.

The Lady Flashes won eight different events in a tri-meet sweep of Norwalk and St. Paul Tuesday morning at the Ernsthausen Center. See the Thursday Willard Times-Junction for the story.

The Flashes ran Edison out of their own gym, exploding to a 72-35 win Wednesday night at the ThunderDome, led by Trey Paxton's 26 points and six assists. See the Monday Willard Times-Junction for the story, stats and photos.

The Willard Lady Flashes continued their defensive brilliance to open the season, as they locked down Shelby, 58-39, for their sixth consecutive win. For the story and stats, see the Monday Willard Times-Junction.

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MARION — Shelby upped its varsity boys basketball ledger to 2-0 in the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference and 4-0 overall Monday night with a 66-51 victory at Marion Pleasant.