GALION - Golf, as in life, can be a series of peaks and valleys.
That was the case for Shelby’s girls golf team at the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference tournament Thursday at Valley View Golf Course.
Despite trying circumstances at times, SHS was still a runaway winner with a score of 336. The red and gray finished 84 strokes better than their closest competitor - Buckeye Valley with 420.
Ontario was third with 470, followed by Marion Harding with 471 and Clear Fork with 499. Marion Pleasant and River Valley also took part, but did not field full teams.
“Today was an endurance test. We had a lot of highs and lows. There were a lot of big numbers, but a lot of recoveries,” said Lady Whippet coach Brad Ruminski........Read More
The Bay continued to be closed to visitors, as the storm known as Willard Tennis roughed up the waters and denied access two more times this week.
For the 10th and 11th times this season, the Lady Flashes blanked an SBC Bay Division opponent, 5-0, as they defeated St. Joe Central Catholic and Huron on Monday and Tuesday to improve to 14-1 overall and a perfect 12-0 in the Bay Division.
With the week’s early results, Willard has now won 59 of the 60 varsity matches played within the division.
In Monday’s sweep of St. Joe, Carlee Gibson picked up her 60th career win, downing Olivia Eshleman at Second Singles, 6-2, 6-0. She accomplished the feat one match after teammate Addie Slone hit sixty with a doubles victory against Calvert last Thursday.......Read More
On Saturday the new London Wildcats traveled to St. Paul High School to take on the St. Paul Flyers. The boys suffered a tough loss Friday night. The score of the game was 0-61. “We were able to block an extra point. That was a tremendous effort by, I believe, Norbert Sword. As far as the rest of the game, it was just an overall poor performance from the first play of the game with us throwing an interception, and it continued to spiral downward after. Offensively, we were beat up front, which had the run game nonexistent, and we didn’t catch or throw the ball all night. Defensively, it was just more of the same old, same old. They controlled the line of scrimmage and ran the ball at will. St. Paul utilized the run game to effectively throw the ball with play action and once again wide open receivers. We’re not getting better and there will be changes made immediately to address what has not been effective,” Coach Keys commented.....Read More
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Shelby Varsity Baseball vs. Willard
Shelby Varsity Softball vs. Willard
Shelby Tennis vs. Tiffin Columbian
Shelby Track Invitational