Archive - Aug 2014
ST. MARYS — The St. Marys football team gathered on the home sideline, their helmets held high from outstretched arms. They sang at the top of their lungs after slaying a 21-game losing streak with a 71-21 dismantling of the Sidney Yellow Jackets.
For most of the players it was the first time they’d ever celebrated a varsity football win. For Doug Frye, the moment encapsulated why he returned to the home sideline at Skip Baughman Stadium to coach the Roughriders.
FT. LORAMIE – Last season the Minster Wildcats football team suffered a tough loss to the Ft. Loramie Redskins, but Friday night the Wildcats retaliated and shutout the Redskins 34-0, keyed by 283 yards through the air.
“The kids were excited tonight because they put in a lot of work,” Minster head coach Geron Stokes said. “They were excited for this game. We were led tonight by a great group of nine seniors that really care about what we are doing. It is fun but we have a long way to go.”
Friday Football Scores
Friday, Aug. 29, 2014
Celina 26, Versailles 3
Napoleon 49, Defiance 43
Del. St. John’s 40, Elida 34, 2OT
Coldwater 24, Kenton 2
O-G 34, Oak Harbor 17
Marion Local 47, Shawnee 0
St. Marys 71, Sidney 21
Bryan 18, Van Wert 14
Wapakoneta 28, Bellefontaine 6
NEW KNOXVILLE — The “water” in New Knoxville Superintendent Kim Waterman’s name doesn’t specify a temperature but Friday afternoon it was definitely icy as the administrator had four buckets of freezing water poured on her by various Rangers.
ST. MARYS — Fourteen years ago, Jim Harris was just ending his one-year presidency with the St. Marys Rotary Club.
NEW BREMEN — New Bremen fourth graders each donated $1 to fight ALS while getting drenched for charity on Wednesday.
Each student learned about ALS and read about Lou Gehrig — who died from the disease. The Cardinals then called out fourth graders nationwide to do the same.
Ella Pape explained what she’d learned about ALS.
“It’s a disease that people are fighting for,” she said, adding why she wanted to participate. “To challenge other people.”
Aug. 28: New Bremen Public Library will host story time for 3 to 5-year-olds at 10:30 a.m. today.
Preschool Storytime will be at 10:30 a.m. today at New Knoxville Public Library. Kids ages 3-5 (not yet in Kindergarten) are welcome.
The New Bremen Library’s Highly Recommended Book Club will be meeting at 1 p.m. today. No need to read a specific book. Just come prepared to discuss what you’ve been reading recently.
Video: Braxton Miller undergoes shoulder surgery.
Adam D. Warren, 34, of 74 Riley St., Montezuma, died at 10:15 p.m. Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, at St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima.
He was born on June 16, 1980, in Dayton, the son of Alan and Debra (Mullins) Warren.
He married Trista Scaggs on May 18, 2003, in Clayton, and she survives at the residence.
ST. MARYS — School security could get a boost if city councilors sign off on new legislation one law enforcement official says could save money and help the battered General Fund.
During Monday night's city council meeting, St. Marys Police Chief Mark Ernst addressed councilors regarding the re-establishment of a police auxiliary force for the city of St. Marys.
Ernst said the city had an auxiliary department that was established in the mid-1950s, but participation fizzled out in the 1990s.