Fostoria Football: Redmen focus is on Wauseon

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Fostoria High School opened its season just the way it had planned — by registering a victory over Toledo Scott. But while that 42-14 triumph at Memorial Stadium last Friday night was enjoyable for the Redmen, it was quickly put behind them in...

Fostoria Football: Year two of Derek Kidwell plan is set

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR It’s almost like a holiday season for many Ohioans. As they will in many outposts big and small, fans will flock to Memorial Stadium Friday night to see Fostoria High School host Toledo Scott in a 7 p.m. nonconference season-opening football...

Two schools, one team

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Brayden Moon and Brody Whetsel will be able to play football this season after all. They won’t be representing their own school, St. Wendelin, which last week decided not to field a team this season because of a shortage of players. Under a...

SW cancels football season

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Faced with fourth and long, St. Wendelin elected to punt. After 92 consecutive years of fielding a football team, the school has elected not to do so this season due to low participation numbers. The Mohawks were down to 13 players while looking at...

Sweet 16

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR St. Wendelin football wasn’t going to miss a season without a fight. And while it didn’t always look like it would happen, the Mohawks will indeed kick off their 92nd season against Hardin Northern on Aug. 29 at Memorial Stadium. The...

One-horse power

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Taylor Earnhardt-Putnam is carrying on the family tradition in her own way. “My whole family likes going fast,” the youngest child of stock-car racing legend Dale Earnhardt said. “Everyone else runs on 800 horsepower. I run on...

Toledoan Lewis ties for 14th

By SCOTT COTTOS For The Courier SYLVANIA — As a Toledo native who always draws tremendous support at the LPGA’s Marathon Classic, Stacy Lewis would love to walk away from Highland Meadows Golf Club with the championship trophy. Unfortunately for Lewis and her fans,...

Gulbis still gets crowds as tour’s glamour golfer

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR SYLVANIA — Natalie Gulbis, the LPGA Tour’s longtime glamour girl, continues to draw crowds, as evidenced by the large number of fans, young and old, who waited to get an autograph or photograph with her after she completed the first round...

Pressel enjoying successful 2015

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR SYLVANIA — Galleries along the LPGA Tour are seeing a happier, healthier Morgan Pressel than they have in recent years. They’re also seeing her turn in consistently better scores. After finishing 35th on the tour’s money list in...

Powers is still plugging away

By SCOTT COTTOS SYLVANIA — Caroline Powers continues to plug away. The former Bowling Green High School and Michigan State University standout is in her third season on the Symetra Tour, the developmental circuit for the LPGA Tour. And she’s determined to make the...