Archive - 2014
Friday, Jan. 24
ST. MARYS — As frigid temperatures continue to grip the region, plans are in place to open warming stations should they become necessary.
Two weeks after the Polar Vortex sent wind chills plummeting to minus-40 degrees, polar temperatures have returned. Temperatures have struggled to reach double digits this week and forecasters are calling for temperatures to continue to hover near zero early next week — a scenario that is taxing heating systems throughout the nation.
CELINA — The St. Marys wrestling team cruised to a 63-21 win over Elida before Bath handed the Roughriders a 50-26 loss in the nightcap match at a Western Buckeye League super tri at Celina on Thursday night.
Thursday, Jan. 23
St. Marys at Celina super tri
Western Buckeye League
Bath at Van Wert
St. Marys at Celina
Wapakoneta at Defiance
Elida at Shawnee
O-G at Kenton
Midwest Athletic Conference
LEWISTOWN — The St. Marys wrestling team began state dual tournament action with a pair of close victories on Wednesday night at Indian Lake High School. The Roughriders edged out Bellefontaine 35-34 and Indian Lake 37-34.
The Roughriders advance to the regional semifinals and will face Wapakoneta next Wednesday night at 5 p.m. at a site to be determined. The winner of the St. Marys-Wapakoneta match advance to the regional championship match against the winner of Wauseon and Toledo Central Catholic 20 minutes after the semifinal matches.
ST. MARYS — A St. Marys man was arrested on a drug charge Tuesday night by members of the Grand Lake Task Force.
Scott Neace, 41, of St. Marys, was arrested at approximately 6:18 p.m. Tuesday following a traffic stop at U.S. 33 and Townline Kossuth Road. Members of the Grand Lake Task Force were conducting an investigation into the delivery of heroin into the area from Dayton. During a search of Neace's vehicle, officers allegedly found a substantial amount of heroin as well as drug paraphernalia.
Jan. 23: Books, Babies and More will be held at 10:30 a.m. today at the St. Marys Community Public Library.
Preschool Storytime will be at 10:30 a.m. today at New Knoxville Public Library of children ages 3-5.
The New Bremen Public 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.
The Minster girls basketball team is ranked eighth in the latest Division IV Associated Press girls basketball poll released on Tuesday night.
The Wildcats (12-2) are riding a six-game winning streak, the latest victory a 54-41 win over Ottoville on Saturday.
Minster goes to Parkway on Thursday and hosts Troy on Saturday afternoon.
Minster neighbor Fort Loramie is third in the Division IV poll. The Redskins (13-1) received four first-place votes and trail first-place Newar Catholic and second-place Reedsville Eastern.
Tuesday, Jan. 21
St. Marys at Celina Super Tri, ppd. to Jan. 23
Anna 37, Houston 28
Wayne Trace 49, Del. Jefferson 28
New Knoxville 57, Wapakoneta 28
Parkway 52, Bradford 49
Versailles 55, Ft. Loramie 52
Lima Cent. Cath. vs. Celina, ppd. to Jan 25.
WAPAKONETA — The New Knoxville girls basketball team used a good post-game offense and a stout defense to hold the Wapakoneta Redskins to seven second half points to defeat the Redskins 57-28 Tuesday evening at Wapakoneta.
The Rangers outscored Wapakoneta 30-7 in the second half.