UF baseball: Wayne State doubles up UF

DETROIT — Cole Clifton’s inside-the-park home run in the bottom of the fourth inning gave Wayne State a 4-2 lead and the Warriors stayed on top the rest of the way in chalking up a 6-3 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference baseball win over the University of...

College signings: Seven area athletes sign letters of intent

Five Findlay High School senior athletes signed letters of intent this week with NCAA Division I and II and NAIA universities around the region. Adam Twining made his commitment official to join the University of Findlay men’s basketball program. A four-year letterwinner...

Prep tennis: Singles sweep keys Findlay win

PERRYSBURG — Findlay High School’s boys tennis team rolled to easy wins in singles play to knock off Perrysburg 3-2 in a nonconference match Wednesday at the Perrysburg Tennis Club. Findlay handed Perrysburg its first loss of the season in six matches while the...

Prep softball: Kirian does it all for New Riegel

NEW RIEGEL — Taylor Kirian singled, doubled, tripled and drove in three runs while picking up the win on the mound to lead New Riegel over Carey 14-4 in five innings in a Midland Athletic League softball game on Wednesday. Lauren Zoeller hit three singles and had two RBIs as well...

BVC baseball: Schey, Leipsic blank Vanlue

LEIPSIC — Dylan Schey fired a four-hit shut out to pitch Leipsic to an 8-0 Blanchard Valley Conference baseball win over Vanlue on Wednesday. Leipsic broke open a tight 1-0 game by pushing across six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning. Gavin Cupp singled twice driving...

Rehearsals slated for Findlay band

The Findlay Civic Concert Band is forming with its first rehearsal from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, May 20, in the band room of the Egner Fine Arts Center at the University of Findlay. The band, which is under the direction of Jack Taylor, professor of music at the University of...

Arcadia begins search for new treasurer

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer ARCADIA — The Arcadia school board agreed Wednesday to start the process of finding a new treasurer for the school district. In February, Treasurer Melissa Patch announced her intention to step down on July 31. She has served as treasurer since...

Council considering street vacations

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay City Council is methodically approving the closing of streets and alleys for projects that will eventually alter access and traffic patterns in three parts of the city. Council this week gave third and final readings to legislation to vacate...

Healy resigning as NB administrator

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore Council this week accepted the resignation of its village administrator, and hired a full-time interim emergency medical service chief. Kathy Healy, the village administrator for more than seven years, submitted...

No arrests yet in 2013 shooting

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER Seven months ago, more than two dozen motorcyclists swarmed a Hancock County clubhouse. They left swiftly after one man was wounded in a flurry of gunshots. One neighbor described the 21 gunshots as an “eruption” of gunfire. But a lack of...