College football: Arcadia grad Crow on football coaching fast track

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR BEREA — Ryan Crow is on a football coaching fast track, similar to the rate at which his Baldwin Wallace offenses have scored points. Crow, a 2006 Arcadia High School graduate, is the second-year offensive coordinator for the NCAA Division III...

Prep football: Mohawks romp past Horizon Science

By SCOTT COTTOS Staff writer St. Wendelin football coach Jim Bodart saw exactly what he wanted. His Mohawks performed well and put up points in all three phases of the game while whipping Horizon Science Academy of Toledo 81-0 on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. The contest...

Prep Football: Mohawks, Jaguars to square off in 8-man game

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR St. Wendelin’s football program, having numbered 20 or fewer players for the last several years, is used to overcoming obstacles. Having a relatively small challenge in beating Horizon Science Academy of Toledo 66-2 and coming out of it injury...

Prep football: Another difficult NBC test for Fostoria

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR On a Saturday morning, Fostoria High School’s football team typically reviews film of the previous night’s game. That didn’t happen last weekend. It was that bad. Four first-quarter turnovers doomed the visiting Redmen from the...

Cross country: St. Wendelin runners 1-2 at Cline Invite

By SCOTT COTTOS Staff Writer KANSAS — A little bit of teamwork can go a long way. That philosophy paid off for St. Wendelin’s top two runners and the Hopewell-Loudon girls team in Saturday’s Myron Cline Cross Country Invitational at Lakota. Returning senior...

Prep Volleyball: Lady Red finally beats Elmwood

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR BLOOMDALE — Fostoria High School had never taken a volleyball match from Elmwood since the Northern Buckeye Conference began competition in 2011. History took a turn on Thursday night as sophomore Tyriana Settles put away 25 kills and senior...

Prep Football: Redmen ready to tangle with Eagles

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR On further review, Port Clinton remains a 41-19 winner over Fostoria High School in last week’s nonconference game at Memorial Stadium. And the reasons for it are crystal clear to FHS coach Derek Kidwell. “Port Clinton’s better than...

Prep Football: St. Wendelin grid team looking for more success

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR St. Wendelin did not field a football team in 2015 because of a low number of players, and that very same factor has certainly played into the Mohawks having won just nine of 23 games in the three previous seasons. So, obviously, the school had...

Prep football: Mohawks romp to easy victory

By SCOTT COTTOS STaff WRITER A win is always welcome when you’ve had trouble garnering them in recent years — or not able to play at all. Such was the case for St. Wendelin on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium as it wiped out Horizon Science Academy 66-2. A low...

Prep football: Is a win on the Horizon for SW?

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER FOSTORIA — Two weeks have brought an equal number of sound defeats for St. Wendelin’s football team. Also, an already numbers-strapped roster of 19 players has been bitten by the injury bug. So, what next? Mohawks coach Jim Bodart is...