Tuesday’s scoreboard

PREP FOOTBALL Friday’s State Semifinals Division I AT MANSFIELD ARLIN FIELD Cleveland St. Ignatius (12-1) vs. Powell Olentangy Liberty (13-0), 7:30 AT PIQUA Pickerington Central (12-1) vs. Cincinnati St. Xavier (8-5), 7:30 Division II AT UNIONTOWN LAKE Massillon Perry...

Junior high basketball: H-L girls take two from Van Buren

Hopewell-Loudon swept a pair of junior high girls basketball games from Van Buren on Monday, claiming the seventh-grade meeting 28-23 in double overtime and taking the eighth-grade contest 47-22. Allie Milligan led the seventh-grade Chieftains with nine points and Hope Kreais...

Prep sport: RT seeking 1991 Fostoria championship football photos

The Review Times is planning a 25th anniversary salute to the 1991 Fostoria High School state championship football team. Anyone with photos from that championship season who would like to share them should contact Jamie Baker via email at Send an E-mail to Jamie Baker or by...

Five Green Bay Players In Double Figures In Win Over UMKC

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) — Charles Cooper and Warren Jones scored 17 points apiece and Green Bay beat UMKC 95-77 on Monday at the Bill Frack Challenge. Khalil Small added 16 points, Turner Botz 15 and Trevor Anderson 12 for the Phoenix (3-2), who were 32 of 60 from the floor for...

Harbaugh: Starting Sunday, It’s A ‘6-game Season’ For Ravens

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The 3-0 start, a winless October and that disappointing defeat Sunday in Dallas — none of that matters to the Baltimore Ravens anymore. All that has transpired during this up-and-down season merely served to get the Ravens to right now: A place where all...

No. 3 Michigan Must Win The Game To Make It Relevant Again

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The Game has lost its luster in recent years. Ohio State has dominated Michigan, winning four straight and 11 of 12 to diminish intrigue in one of the greatest rivalries in sports. The (10-1, 7-1 Big Ten) have a chance to change the conversation Saturday...

Lawmaker Refutes Blog’s Claims Of Charter School Conflict

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An influential state senator in Ohio on Monday pushed back against allegations by a political blog that she has a conflict of interest regarding charter schools. Republican Sen. Peggy Lehner, of Kettering, refuted claims detailed in a series of articles in...

Ohio Prosecutor Plans To Discuss Police Shooting Case

CINCINNATI (AP) — An Ohio prosecutor plans to discuss the case of a white former University of Cincinnati police officer whose trial ended in a hung jury on murder and voluntary manslaughter counts in the fatal shooting of a black motorist during a traffic stop. Hamilton County...

Bengals Lose Bernard; A.J. Green Could Be Back In Weeks

CINCINNATI (AP) — Bengals running back Giovani Bernard has a torn anterior cruciate ligament, but star receiver A.J. Green might be able to return from a hamstring injury this season. Coach Marvin Lewis said on Monday that Bernard will have surgery soon on his torn ACL, suffered...

Judge Orders Return Of Tigers, Other Seized Exotic Animals

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A county judge ordered state officials on Monday to return six tigers, a bear and three other big cats to a roadside sanctuary where they lived when they were seized nearly two years ago amid a crackdown on keeping exotic creatures. The ruling said the Ohio...