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SHELBY- The annual fall sports meeting for Shelby High School and Shelby Middle School athletes and their parents has been scheduled for Thursday, July 29, at 6 p.m. in the high school Performing Arts Center.

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CLEVELAND (AP) — While riding his bike over a bridge across the Cuyahoga River near Progressive Field, Indians owner Paul Dolan rarely paid much attention to the eight giant stone figures that seem to guard the city.

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Powered by four All Summer Aquatic Conference MVP swimmers and a host of new team record performances, the Willard Waves finished second as a team at Saturday's rainy ASAC Champs meet in Loudonville. See the Thursday Willard Times-Junction for the story.

The Willows at Willard came away with the championship at Wednesday's 32nd Annual Willard Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble, held at the Willard Golf Club. The team of Heath Feichtner, Mark Matula, Fred Mock and Trey Mock won with a score of 50.4. They had the best gross round, as well,…

The Willard High School Athletic Boosters held their fourth annual golf scramble on Saturday at the Willard Golf Club, in an effort to help provide scholarships and aid their ongoing efforts to support the athletic programs for the Flashes and Lady Flashes. See the article and photos from th…

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The undefeated minor division champions from Gwirtz Foods in the Shelby Girls Softball League presented the trophy and sponsor plaque to Mrs. Gwirtz. On hand for the presentation were: kneeling, from left, Kendall Eikleberry, Kayla Lykins, Jordyn Thauvette and Londyn Moore. Back, Harlow Sche…

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Softball players from Gwirtz Foods and the Shelby Fire Fighters celebrate the end of their season with smiles and trophies. Gwirtz Foods won the minor division crown in the Shelby Girls Softball League with a 15-0 victory to cap the summer with a perfect 15-0 record.

Avery Falter led a day full of strong times for the Willard Waves with three first place finishes and top-three status in all five of her races in the 8U division at the Walnut Hills Swimming Pentathlon. See the article in Thursday's Willard Times-Junction.

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A wrestling camp for youths in grades 2-12 was held Friday, June 20, in the Shelby High School under the direction of varsity coach Ted Tonn

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The Willard Waves took on their fourth All Summer Aquatic Conference rival on Wednesday, as they traveled to Upper Sandusky to face the Black Marlins. Upper came away with the win, 358.5-229.5. See the article, as well as scoring results from the Waves' meet at Loudonville in Monday's Willar…

Ohio Governor Mike  DeWine and Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Director Mary Mertz celebrated Ohio’s outstanding inland fishing at the second Inland Fish Ohio Day at Hook Lake at Appalachian Hills Wildlife Area on June 12.

Whippet Baseball Camp was held earlier month on the Shelby High School diamond under the direction of varsity coach Jon Amicone, his coaching staff and players. Participants worked on the fundamentals in hitting, pitching and defense for the three days they gathered.

Heidelberg-bound senior Kalli Sowers was named to the First Team SBC Bay Division softball team for Willard, leading a group of six players that were selected between the WHS softball and baseball teams. See the article in Monday's Willard Times-Junction.

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The Shelby High School softball program, under the guidance of varsity coach Samantha Martin, her staff and players, conducted a youth camp for girls in grades 4-8 at the Lady Whippet diamond earlier this month. A variety of skills and fundamentals were covered, including hitting, defense, p…

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SHELBY — When it comes to the future Shelby Whippets athletic complex, much has been detailed about the $4 million in financing secured for the facility, a figure equal to the interest savings related to the new pre-kindergarten-through-eighth grade school building project under construction.

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Members of the Shelby High School baseball program drag the tarp off the area surrounding home plate prior to the start of a youth baseball camp on the diamond.

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Willard's record-setting 3200 Relay team of Layla Dials, Mckenna Stephens, Lindsey Vogel and Destiney Rose had one final race together at the Division II State championship meet at Pickerington North High School on Friday. Rose also ran in the 800 at State on Saturday--an event that she hold…

Willard sophomore Destiney Rose qualified for her second berth at State in three days, as she raced to a D-II Regional championship in the 800 Meter Run. She also advanced as part of the Lady Flashes' 3200 Meter Relay. See the story and photos in the Thursday Willard Times-Junction.

Willard graduate Mckenzie Danhoff signed her letter of intent to continue her education and swim career at Wilmington College this fall. See the article in the Thursday Willard Times-Junction.

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LEXINGTON — Shelby track and field athletes Kassie Stine and Connor Henkel punched their tickets to the state meet during Division II Regional qualifying which got underway Thursday at Lexington High School.

Both the South Central and Plymouth baseball teams endured a tough day offensively at the D-IV Galion District tournament, falling by scores of 1-0 and 4-2 to Mohawk and Arlington, respectively. See the stories, stats and photos in the Monday Willard Times-Junction.

Willard's 3200 Relay team of Layla Dials, Mckenna Stephens, Lindsey Vogel and Destiney Rose crushed their one-week old record time by nearly 13 seconds and punched their ticket to the D-II State meet with a third place finish at Thursday's portion of the Lexington Regionals. See the story in…

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Through a 5-0 vote, Shelby Board of Education on May 18 officially elevated girls soccer from a club-level sport to a varsity sport at Shelby High School.

Willard senior lineman, Trever Dials, signed to continue his education and football career at Heidelberg University. See the article in Thursday's Willard Times-Junction.

Destiney Rose broke an 11-year record in winning a District title in the 800 Meter Run Saturday at Ontario High School. The Lady Flashes won a pair of District championships and sent six athletes to Lexington in the five events this week at Regionals. See the article in the Thursday Willard …

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SHELBY — An effort to rehabilitate the tennis courts at Shelby’s Seltzer Park is picking up momentum with the hope that state funds may assist in the effort.

Despite a quick 2-0 lead, Willard couldn't hold down Woodmore for long, as the Wildcats scored the next 11 runs, en route to an 11-4 Sectional semifinal win Wednesday in Woodville. See the story, stats and some photos in the Monday Willard Times-Junction

Willard eighth grader, Ben Rothhaar, won the 400 Meter Dash championship at the junior high State meet held at Hilliard Darby High School. He also qualified for State in the 100 and 200 Meter Dashes. See the article in Thursday's Willard Times-Junction.

Mckenna Stephens had a hand in all three first place finishes for the Willard girls at last week's SBC track and field championships in Port Clinton. She won the 400 and ran on both the mile and two-mile relays that also claimed first. See the story in Thursday's Willard Times-Junction.