CELINA - It's still a ways off, but state and local officials are already planning for a total solar eclipse that will occur on the afternoon of April 8, 2024, affording several Ohio counties great economic and educational opportunities.
For those areas lucky enough to fall in prime viewing area, the potential financial windfall of the total solar eclipse could come with logistical challenges, according to the Ohio Emergency Management Agency. [More]
MINSTER - In a game where both St. Henry and the Minster Wildcats had trouble finding a rhythm early, it was the Wildcats that seized momentum late in the second quarter and continued on for a 31-12 victory. Eighteen accepted penalties for 162 yards slowed both offenses, as well as timely defensive plays. [More]
Van Wert needed a tiebreaker to decide the Western Buckeye League boys golf tournament over St. Marys on Thursday.
Van Wert and St. Marys each finished play with matching 334s on the Roughriders' home course at Northmoor. The fifth-golfer tiebreak went the Cougars' way, 94-95, to give the Cougars a sweep of the regular season and tournament titles and the outright league championship. [More]
New Bremen bounced back from its first loss of the volleyball season as the Division IV top-ranked Cardinals survived a five-set battle with Division III state-ranked St. Henry on Thursday at the Nest in New Bremen.
Oh, we're halfway there. The question is, who is living on a prayer?
Three Western Buckeye League teams (Wapakoneta, St. Marys and Van Wert) are assured of playing in the postseason, as are five Midwest Athletic Conference teams (Coldwater, Marion Local, Versailles, New Bremen and Minster).
MARION LOCAL vs. VERSAILLESH.B. Hole Field, Versailles
Last Season: Peyton Otte's one-yard scoring run with 2 1/2 minutes remaining in regulation was followed by Versailles turning the ball over twice in the final 67 seconds to allow the Flyers to hold on 19-17.