Archive - Nov 2011
ST. MARYS — The Auglaize County Sheriff's Office released that the following roads are closed: Briggs between Deep Cut and State Route 197, Townline Lima at Buckland Holden and County Road 66A between Seibert and County Road 168 because of high water.
The Marion Local at New Knoxville boys basketball game scheduled for Friday, Dec. 16 has been postponed because of the Flyers' run to the state championship football game and Homecoming has been pushed up a week at New Knoxville.
The make-up date for the Marion Local game now set for Tuesday, Jan. 31, with a 6 p.m. junior varsity tip-off.
Homecoming activiies will now be held on Friday, Dec. 9 against Waynesfield-Goshen. That game is a 6:30 p.m. JV tip-off.
MARIA STEIN — Maybe nothing illustrates the next-man-in-line mentality of the Marion Local football program better than Justin Rutschilling, the Flyers’ own proverbial rags to riches story.
Just a junior varsity player from a season ago as a junior, Rutschilling worked his way into becoming a first team All-Midwest Athletic Conference player on both offense and defense this fall.
The St. Marys Athletic Department has 205 tickets available for Saturday’s boys basketball game at New Knoxville.
On Tuesday, parents of varisty and junior varisty boys basketball players and parent of varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders may pick up a maximum of two tickets at 5:30 p.m. in the high school main office.
On Wednesday season ticket holders may pick up a maximum two tickets starting at 5:30 p.m. in the high school office.
A quartet of Wapakoneta Redskins were named to the Division II All-Ohio football lists, which were released on Monday.
Wapak running back Connor Pickens earned first team All-Ohio honors. Pickens rushed for 1,611 yards this season.
Safety Kevin Kraft and offensive lineman Chris Schwartz were both second teamers.
Linebacker Brendan Wilson took third team honors.
The Divisions III and IV All-Ohio lists will be released on Tuesday afternoon and the Division V and VI lists will be released on Wednesday afternoon.
NEW BREMEN — Members of a local historical society are trying something new this year with their annual holiday event.
Members of the New Bremen Historic Association are holding their Christmas Tree Festival at the Lockkeeper's House in conjunction with the village of New Bremen's tree lighting.
"Usually we have it in our museum," said Diane Paul, a Christmas Tree Festival organizer. "A lot of people in New Bremen don't know what the Lockkeeper's House is about, so this gives us a chance to show them."
NEW KNOXVILLE — Principal Linda Tebbe announced that the Kroger Technology Fund has raised almost $5,000 since its inception at the Board of Education meeting Monday night.
“We’ve collected almost $5,000 since May,” she said. “It’s just unbelievable.”
ST. MARYS — St. Marys City Councilors polished off a light agenda on Monday night.
MINSTER — Minster center Tara Clune scored 19 points and the Wildcat girls basketball team had 11 players get into the scoring column in a 62-20 season-opening victory over Jackson Center on Saturday night.
Clune score all of her 19 points in the second and third quarters — including six baskets in the third to tally 12 of Minster’s 18 third-quarter points.
Minster held Jackson Center to four first-half points.
Minster’s Kayla Albers added 11 points and Sara Dahlinghaus had 10 points.
FORT RECOVERY —The Fort Recovery girls basketball team picked up a 55-30 win over the St. Marys Roughriders on Saturday night at the Fort Site Gymnasium.
The Indians, playing in their first game since losing to Anna in the Division III state championship game last spring, scored the final seven points of the first quarter and the last nine points in the second quarter.
Kylie Kahlig scored 12 points to lead a balanced Fort Recovery attack. The Indians had nine players get into the scoring column, including 10 points from Olivia Schwieterman.