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FOOTBALL: Minster 6th in D6 in first AP poll

September 11, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the first weekly Associated Press poll of 2012, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

GIRLS SOCCER: Riders, Bath play to 0-0 tie

September 11, 2012

 

ST. MARYS — The St. Marys girls soccer team’s pivotal week in Western Buckeye League play began with a bit of a non-starter.

The Roughriders and Bath played to a scoreless tie in a rematch of last season’s district final match and a key game in the WBL season.


Photo Gallery: Bath at St. Marys girls soccer

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MONDAY ROUND-UP: Bowman fires a 34, Burke has a 37 for St. Marys golf team

September 11, 2012

ST. MARYS — Carter Bowman asked his teammates if they wanted to play another nine after the St. Marys golf team’s match against Wapakoneta.

After tying a season-best 34, the St. Marys sophomore wanted to keep the round going.

Bowman shot a 34 and the Riders’ second-position player Colin Burke fired a one-over par 37 to lead the Roughriders.

ACDD Explores Security Upgrades

September 11, 2012

NEW BREMEN — Clients being transferred through the Auglaize County Department of Developmental Disabilities will soon be receiving cameras in their transportation vehicles.

Superintendent Al Willis noted Transportation Superintendent Barack Wells will be presenting further on the addition of cameras on the school buses at the board’s November meeting, but Willis said he met with Barack, along with representatives from the bus company Peterman, a few months ago to start talks.

Search Progresses For SSD

September 11, 2012

ST. MARYS — The next phase in St. Marys Mayor Pat McGowan’s search for a new safety-service director started this week.

The deadline for applications for the position was Friday. Now, McGowan is tasked with finding the city’s second safety-service director in less than a year, after Jason Little announced his resignation in August, which is effective Oct. 26.