ROCKFORD - Marion Local's season-best offensive effort was more than enough for the Flyers to pick up a 75-53 Midwest Athletic Conference win over Parkway on Friday night at Panther Gymnasium in Rockford.
The Flyers improve to 15-4 overall and, more importantly, are now tied for first place in the MAC with a record of 7-1 after Fort Recovery's loss to St. Henry. The Flyers and Indians meet at The Hangar next Friday to determine the MAC championship. [More]
ST. MARYS - Veyance Technologies Inc., which owns the former Goodyear plant in St. Marys, was purchased by Continental, a German automotive supplier and tire manufacturer earlier this month for $1.9 million.
Celina's Tyus Temple and Minster's Nikki Borgerding earned berths to next week's state swimming championships after automatically qualifying at Friday's Division II district meet held at Cleveland State University.
FORT RECOVERY - After honoring its three seniors, Fort Recovery's boys basketball team had a chance to celebrate winning a Midwest Athletic Conference championship on Friday night at Fort Site Fieldhouse.
COLDWATER - Even though New Knoxville controlled the first half and led by as many as 13 points, Coldwater rallied in the second half and the Cavaliers emerged from The Palace with a 55-51 Midwest Athletic Conference victory over the Rangers.
St. Marys took the lead in the second quarter and slowly increased it through the final two quarters en route to a 67-59 win over Ottawa-Glandorf in Western Buckeye League action at Murotech Court on Friday night.