In a tale of two halves, Jonathan Alder rolled to a 41-24 victory over the Galion Tigers in the latter's Homecoming game Friday evening at Unckrich Stadium.
TUESDAYVolleyballNorthmor defeated Mount Gilead 3-0 (25-8, 25-9, 25-11)Colonel Crawford beat Seneca East 3-2 (18-25, 25-16, 21-25, 28-26, 15-13)
BOYS' VARSITY GOLFThe Tigers participated in the Sectional Golf Tournament at Sawmill Creek Resort in Huron on Thursday and finished with a team score of 379, placing 10th out of 12.
Donnetta Lester (shown here) has been teaming up with Cassidy Ivy in second doubles for the Lady Tigers this season. (Inquirer photos by Dave Zeuch)
After four weeks, now the real fun begins.The Galion Tigers host tradition-rich Jonathan Alder in a Mid Ohio Athletic Conference gridiron battle at Unckrich Stadium Friday night in what is the Homecoming game for the locals.
After struggling the first two games of the season, the Galion defense has pitched back-to-back shutouts in stellar fashion.
Colonel Crawford 41, Seneca East 20The Eagles got back on the winning track with a 41-20 hammering of host Seneca East last Friday in Huron County.
Competing in their first Mid Ohio Athletic Conference tennis tournament ever last weekend, the Lady Tigers placed second, just one point behind team champion Marion Harding.
For the ninth consecutive year, the Lady Tiger are county champions.Galion out-ran the competition to claim the Crawford County Cross Country Meet first-place hardware last Saturday at Amanns Reservoir.
DELAWARE — Jacob Fryer and Arby Thompson rushed for more than 100 yards apiece and the Galion defense held host Buckeye Valley to just 12 yards of total offense as the Tigers recorded their second consecutive shutout by blasting the Barons 32-0...
VARSITY VOLLEYBALLThe Lady Tigers are 8-0 in the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference and 12-3 overall following a 3-1 victory against Pleasant in Marion County Thursday evening.
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In what is a historical event for the Galion football program, the Tigers play their first Mid Ohio Athletic Conference contest Friday night in Delaware County against the Barons of Buckeye Valley. The meeting is only the third ever on the gridiron...
GIRLS' TENNISThe Lady Tigers are a-cruisin' along. They nipped visiting Clear Fork 3-2 on Monday to rattle off their seventh consecutive victory and bump their record to a stellar 10-1.
The weather was perfect and the competition fierce last Saturday at the annual Galion Cross Country Festival. One of the the largest meets this side of the Mississippi River, the event was held at Amann's Reservoir.
LAGRANGE — What a difference a week can make.The Galion Tigers (2-1) dominated in all phases of the game as they shut out the host Keystone Wildcats (2-1) 14-0 here Friday night.
GIRLS' TENNISWith two more victories this week, the Lady Tigers sport an impressive 9-1 record in match play, including a perfect 4-0 mark in the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference.
The Crawford County Sports Hall of Fame is conducting its annual Scholarship Auction, October 4, 5:30 p.m. at the Crestline Activity Center, 216 N. Seltzer St., Crestline.
Things don't get any easier for the Orange-and-Blue this week as they make a road trip Friday to Lagrange to face the Keystone Wildcats in what is the final game of Galion's non-conference portion of the regular-season...
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MADISON TOWNSHIP — The Madison Rams (2-0) limited Galion (1-1) to just 82 yards of offense in 43 plays in a 37-3 drilling of the Orange-and-Blue here Friday night.
GIRLS' TENNISGalion upped its record to 6-1 with a 5-0 blanking of Madison Wednesday on the Lady Rams' home courts.
Evan Huggins — shown here in a recent match at the Galion Country Club — has consistently been the top performing member of the Galion High School boys' varsity golf team this season. (Inquirer photos by Dave Zeuch)