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Prep Football: Redmen ready to rumble against Oak Harbor

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Every day this week, Fostoria High School’s football players have gotten a bit closer to having their bodies and minds ready to open the season. That opening contest comes Friday night, when the Redmen host Oak Harbor for a 7 p.m. nonconference...
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Prep Volleyball: FHS seeks to continue success

By SCOTT COTTOS Staff writer Fostoria High School’s volleyball program has experienced its first graduation losses since Krissy Lotycz took over as head coach in 2015. But she expects no letup after a 2016 season in which the Lady Red put together a 16-8 overall record and...
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Prep Cross Country: Numbers up for Fostoria

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Veteran coach Kim-Fant Cousin has a few reasons to be excited about Fostoria High School’s upcoming cross country season. The number of team members is solid. A brother-sister combination of all-Northern Buckeye Conference honorees returns. And...
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Prep Tennis: Fostoria’s girls tennis is on the upswing

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Coach Yvette Anez doesn’t know what to expect from her Fostoria High School girls tennis team, but she’ll have quite a few options in her quest for success. Seventeen girls are out for tennis this season. Only four have varsity experience...
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Prep Golf:Numbers thin for Redmen golfers

By SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR Three is definitely not a crowd for Fostoria High School’s golf team. In fact, having only three members of the golf team does not allow the Redmen to register team scores in the early-season tournaments in which they’re playing, nor...
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Prep Football: Former Mohawks feel at home for Calvert

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — David Stosio, like many others, was jolted when he got word that St. Wendelin High School would close after the 2016-17 school year. Included in that was the realization that his senior year would not be spent in the only school system...
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Shuffling off to Buffalo

BY SCOTT COTTOS SPORTS EDITOR For the last four years, Micah Hyde has gone to work on several Sundays at legendary Lambeau Field as a member of the Green Bay Packers. As a defensive back and special teams player, the former Fostoria High School all-Ohio performer helped one of...
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Marathon Classic: Lewis, Pressel don’t get the kind of tourney they were looking for

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER SYLVANIA — Both Stacy Lewis and Morgan Pressel not only are popular as long-successful players on the LPGA Tour, but both draw family and friends to Highland Meadows Golf Club when they play in the Marathon Classic. Lewis is a Toledo native who...
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Marathon Classic Notebook: LPGA’s revamped dress code no big deal to some players

By SCOTT COTTOS sTAFF WRITER SYLVANIA — Some of the world’s top women golfers don’t consider a tightening of the LPGA Tour’s dress code to be the big deal that others are making it out to be. Points made in an email from LPGA President Vicki...
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Marathon Classic: Defending champ Ko looking to end winless drought

By SCOTT COTTOS Sports Editor SYLVANIA — Lydia Ko began winning LPGA Tour events when she was 15 years old. Now, at the ripe old age of 20, the New Zealander has 14 tour victories, more than $7 million in earnings and a current world ranking of fourth. That ranking might...