District Droughts Halted In Baseball, Tennis

MADISON TOWNSHIP - According to his coach, Dillon Thornsberry is not going to 'wow' an opponent with his stuff on the mound, but Ontario might argue that after Thursday's performance in the district semifinals.

Thornsberry notched his second consecutive tournament victory for Shelby with a one-hitter during a 4-1 triumph against the Northern Ohio League rival Warriors during Division II play at Madison High School.

The junior lefthander had a no-hitter through five innings and the only hit he surrendered was a sixth-inning flare to center just over the infield by Tyler Weber...Read More

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Edison Zaps Shelby From Tourney Play

ATTICA - Shelby's softball campaign ended Wednesday evening with a 9-1 loss to state-ranked Edison during Division II District semifinal action at Seneca East High School.

The Chargers, ranked seventh in the latest state poll, jumped on the Lady Whippets for two first-inning runs and rode the 14-strikeout pitching of Erica Reber to their 18th victory in 23 outings.

Reber limited the SHS bats to four hits, two of them by Emily Gove...Read More

WHS Lands Six All-League Spots At NOL Track Championships

Saturday's Northern Ohio League track and field meet was about records, resiliency and even redemption for Willard.

The Flashes and Lady Flashes took on an NOL field that was as competitive as ever, particularly on the girls' side, with five of seven teams scoring into triple-digits, as WHS managed to wrestle away six All-NOL berths at the Bellevue Athletic Field.

Overall, Willard's boys took sixth place with 50 points, topping Columbian's 44. The Lady Flashes finished in seventh place, seven points shy of Norwalk (47), with 40 points...Read More

Ladycats Hold 10-3 Conference Record

The Ladycat softball team (#7 rank) fell in their sectional semifinal game on Tuesday night over fifth ranked Mohawk. The girls also defeated the Mapleton Mounties on Saturday night to bring them one step closer to their ninth conference championship.

New London holds a conference record of 10-3 while Mapleton stands at a record of 11-2.

The teams were scheduled to compete on Monday night for the showdown to see if the Mounties pulled out an outright conference title of if the Cats upset the Mounties to take a share of the Firelands Conference crown...Read More

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