April 12th was a turning moment for Shelby.
Though at the time, the direction the Whippets would take was unknown.
That day the red and gray were blanked 4-0 by Bellevue as their batting average dipped to an anemic .168.
Tuesday the SHS diamondmen capped that turnaround with an outright Northern Ohio League baseball crown by beating arch rival Willard 7-3.
“We were sitting at 2-3 and weren’t really hitting the ball well,” looked back coach Jon Amicone. “That could have gone two ways. You can go down the drain, or just put in the work. Our kids put in the work and they were able to rattle off 10 straight wins at one point and get us back in it...Read More
Just call them Runtario.
The Lady Warriors owned the running events and relays, heating up an otherwise cold, windy and wet day with a meet-best 148.33 points to win the girls Northern Ohio League Track and Field championship Saturday morning on their home track in Ontario.
The OHS girls joined the Shelby boys (126 points) as NOL team champions, as the Lady Warriors tallied 14 All-League finishes, including a meet-high nine top-three running event placers and an All-NOL finish in all four relays (including wins in the 400 and 1600 Relays and runner-up honors in the 3200 Relay)...Read More
The New London Wildcat softball team took a sectional crown on Thursday night at home against Buckeye Central.
Monday night the Ladycats began their tournament run and defeated Mansfield Christian in the sectional semi-finals and began their first conference match up with Plymouth on Tuesday night before getting rain delayed in the fourth.
Monday night the Ladycats won their first tournament game over the Flames in six innings with a 12-2 victory to advance to sectional finals.
New London’s two seniors, Rylee Haswell and Alyssa Hartman, led the Wildcat’s offensive charge...Read More
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Shelby Softball vs. Ontario
Shelby Baseball vs. Willard
Shelby Tennis vs. Ontario
Shelby Track at NOL Meet