College Equestrian: Strong showing for Oilers at home

Four University of Findlay riders posted solid showings on Saturday’s first day of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association’s western equestrian semifinals at the UF Equestrian Center. Kristina Schneider is in first place in the individual novice western...

Prep Wrestling: Leonard, Jolliff win matches at nationals

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Fostoria’s Luke Leonard and Findlay’s Justin Jolliff both won matches over the weekend at the National High School Coaches Association’s national wrestling championships. Both wrestlers competed in the 87-man junior class 126-pound...

College Lacrosse: Findlay falls to St. Thomas Aquinas

SPARKILL, N.Y. — The University of Findlay women’s lacrosse team staked itself to an early lead before St. Thomas Aquinas University took control for a 20-8 nonconference win over the Oilers on Saturday. Findlay (2-6) led 2-1 in the first 10 minutes of the contest...

UF Track: Welch hammers the competition at Raleigh Relays

RALEIGH, N.C. — The University of Findlay’s Justin Welch was an easy winner in the men’s hammer throw Saturday to lead the Oilers in the Raleigh Relays at North Carolina State. Welch, a junior, had little problem topping the predominantly Division I field as he...

Prep Track: Carey triple jumpers win at Seneca East

ATTICA — Carey’s team won the triple jump relay to highlight the day for area track and field athletes at Saturday’s Seneca East Tiger Relays. Oak Harbor outscored Bellevue for the girls title 114-88½. Carey (42) was sixth, Arcadia (13) finished 10th and New...

Prep teams’ primary opponent: Mother Nature

By ANDREW WILLIAMS STAFF WRITER It’s been spring, according to the calendar, for more than a week now. Try telling that to local high school baseball and softball coaches, because they aren’t quite convinced. While many people are still trying to thaw out from one of...

Sunday’s Scoreboard

LOCAL SPORTS Saturday’s Results College Athletics MEN’S GOLF MUSKINGUM INVITATIONAL TEAM STANDINGS 1, Otterbein 587. 2, Kenyon & Muskingum 623. 4, Baldwin-Wallace 625. Ohio Northern at Muskingum Invitational 5, Ohio Northern 630. 6, Heidelberg 671. MEN’S...

Weekend Doctor

By DR. JAMES J. OTTING II Did you know one in three Americans suffer from some form of chronic pain? Unfortunately, dealing with pain is something that we must all face at some point in our lives. Although the causes and symptoms of pain can greatly differ, most are treatable....

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA BRANWELL Most of us would agree that the Internet is not only a fast and easy way to gather information, but it is another tool we use to communicate with our friends and family. However, it does have an ominous side. Activities such as online pornography, adult chat...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events SAUDER VILLAGE CRAFT PROGRAMS Through April 12 A new craft program will allow guests to “Discover Handmade” this winter at Sauder Village. Through mid-April craftsmen will present free demonstrations on Saturdays in the Sauder Village Welcome Center. Craft...
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