Waterford rallies to knock off St. Wendelin (with video)

St. Wendelin and Waterford players and coaches share their thoughts on Thursday’s Division IV state girls basketball semifinal. Waterford knocked off St. Wendelin 42-36 to advance to the state finals. By TED RADICK Staff Writer COLUMBUS — St. Wendelin’s Kamryn Troike hit a...

VIDEO: St. Wendelin vs. Waterford post game press conference

St. Wendelin and Waterford players and coaches share their thoughts on Thursday’s Division IV state girls basketball semifinal. Waterford knocked off St. Wendelin 42-36 to advance to the state finals.

VIDEO: St. Wendelin vs. Waterford girls state basketball semifinal

Waterford’s girls basketball team outscored St. Wendelin 16-8 in the fourth quarter to come away with a 42-36 win on Thursday in a Division IV state semifinal. St. Wendelin’s Kamryn Troike led all players with 18 points and seven rebounds, while Waterford’s Dani Drayer scored a...

State Girls Basketball: Heckuva ride for the Mohawks (with video)

Waterford’s girls basketball team outscored St. Wendelin 16-8 in the fourth quarter to come away with a 42-36 win on Thursday in a Division IV state semifinal. St. Wendelin’s Kamryn Troike led all players with 18 points and seven rebounds, while Waterford’s Dani...
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Dionne: The high cost of Netanyahu’s comeback

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Lane: Manufactured Medicare outrage

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Dionne: The high cost of Netanyahu’s comeback

By E.J. Dionne Jr. Opinion writer March 18 at 8:11 PM Wednesday was a hard day for pro-Israel liberals. Some of the dejection arose from sheer surprise over Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s victory, and especially the size of his margin. The pre-election polling — by...

Lane: Manufactured Medicare outrage

By Charles Lane Opinion writer March 18 at 8:24 PM Today’s lesson in How Washington Really Works begins with a look at one of the red-white-and-blue Metro buses rolling around downtown. Ignore the commuters inside, at least the ones going to work on Capitol Hill or the...
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Samuelson: Shareholder capitalism on trial

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Editorial: Blowing smoke won’t fix Metro

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