Saturday, October 7th, 2006 Stories in The Daily Standard
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A fruit hauler was the lone recipient of an illegal tax citation during a random diesel fuel checkpoint set up in Mercer County on Friday. Diesel-fueled vehicles driving on state Route 127 just south of Celina were subjected to . . .
Celina head coach Jerry Harris knew that Bath was going to try and beat his Bulldogs with a powerful running game and that's exactly what the Wildcats did on Friday night at Celina Stadium. Todd Ruggley rushed 29 times for 216 . . .
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP - The St. Marys Roughriders continued the strong play they have shown over the last few weeks, winning their third game in a row on Friday night in a defensive battle against Shawnee. St. Marys finally came out . . .
MINSTER - The top-ranked team in Division IV, the Coldwater Cavaliers, rolled into Minster having won the last 12 games over the Wildcats by an average of 19 points. A determined Wildcat squad kept it closer, but Coldwater ca . . .
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