CRESTLINE — A team title plus two individual MVP awards equals a huge day for the Galion boys track and field team at the 2015 Crawford County Track Meet. Crestline High School served as host for the annual event.
CRESTLINE — “First place, Galion.”
WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD
CRESTLINE — Crestline's Denessa Baker sprinted home to score the game-winning run and cap off a wild affair that saw the Lady Bulldogs defeat arch-rival Colonel Crawford 10-9 on Thursday at Gates Brown Field.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Mount Vernon Nazarene University baseball team split a Crossroads League doubleheader at Marian University on Thursday afternoon. The Cougars, ranked 23rd in the latest NAIA Coaches' Top 25 Poll, dropped game one...
Cycling Sports Center brings a new type of business to Uptowne Galion. The bike shop quietly opened five months ago, and business has picked up as spring made its slow return.
UPLAND, Ind. – The Mount Vernon Nazarene University softball team fell short in both games of a Crossroads League doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon at Taylor University (Ind.). The final tally in game one was 7-1 followed by a 3-0 decision in...
GALION — Galion built a 3-0 lead, but watched as it faded away Wednesday during a 6-3 loss to Buckeye Valley in Mid Ohio Athletic Conference baseball action at Heise Park.
GALION — Galion's Tennis Tigers netted their first win of the 2015 season on Wednesday, defeating Crawford County neighbor Bucyrus 3-2 on a chilly, blustery afternoon at Heise Park.
MORRAL — Colonel Crawford freshman Sydney Studer picked up her 11th victory of the season on Wednesday, as the Lady Eagles cruised past Ridgedale 6-1 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference softball action.
LEXINGTON — Galion's boys edged host Lexington to claim first place in a track and field tri-meet held Tuesday.
The Bucyrus Softball Association will meet at 6 p.m. on April 26 Baker's Sports Shack.
BASEBALLJunior Paul Henshaw tied his season high with nine strikeouts as Kenyon College (20-12) defeated Wilmington College 11-3 Tuesday afternoon in a non-conference baseball game at McCloskey Field.
GALION — A five-run third inning proved to be the difference-maker for Pleasant in a 7-2 win over Galion on Tuesday at Heise Park. The victory allowed Pleasant (12-5, 8-0 MOAC) to remain undefeated in Mid Ohio Athletic Conference play and alone...
HOLMES TOWNSHIP — Colonel Crawford's winning streak is now at six consecutive games after the Lady Eagles dispatched Wynford 6-0 on Tuesday in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play. Chuck Huggins' ballclub has not tasted defeat since...
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MARION — Elgin's Cantyn Belmer pitched a complete game, scattering five hits to pace the Comets to a 7-1 victory over Northmor last Friday.
HARTFORD CITY, Ind. – For the second time this spring, Charlie Phillips (JR/Mount Vernon) has been named the Crossroads League Player of the Week for his efforts on Saturday in the MVNU Cougar Spring Invitational this past Saturday. Phillips was...
CLEVELAND – Kenyon College senior Chelsea Delaney wielded a big bat this week while powering the Ladies softball team through four straight victories and into contention for postseason play. For her efforts, Delaney was named Monday the North...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – There was a moment of discovery for Ohio State's football team when it went to the White House on Monday to be honored by President Barack Obama.