WAUSEON – Liberty Center captured the Northwest Ohio Athletic League boys cross country title for the fourth time in school history as the Tigers edged Wauseon by eight points, 40-48, for the title Saturday at Wauseon’s Homecoming Park. “We’ve come close and have had a runner-up finish for several years,” Liberty Center coach Tim Atkinson said on winning league titles. “It was a total team effort. We really had some people step up. kAm“%96 8FJD 92G6 366? 862C:?8 FA 7@C E9:D[” 4@?E:?F65 pE<:?D@?]
TOLEDO — Napoleon’s Aliza Lankenau followed up a strong showing at the Northern Lakes League tournament with three solid wins to advance to the semifinals of the Division II girls tennis sectional Thursday at Ottawa Hills High School and the Toledo Tennis Club. With a spot in Saturday’s semifinals secured, Lankenau is assured of a spot in next week’s district meet that will begin at Bowling Green State University. kAm“%92E H2D H@?56C7F=[” }2A@=6@? 4@249 }2E92?
Continuing a trend of hiring first-time people for the job, Fayette recently went young and hired Dylan Henricks as its new Athletic Director. “I saw the opening and I was real excited,” said Henricks. “It’s close to home, I grew up right there. It’s like a home away from home, really. “I’ve always liked what they’ve been about,” continued Henricks.
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