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October 27th, 2011

Committee Seeks New Tennis Court Plans

October 27, 2011

ST. MARYS — After holding a meeting Wednesday evening, a local school official will be requesting new architectural plans regarding tennis courts.

The St. Marys Board of Education’s Building and Grounds Committee met to discuss options about the district’s tennis courts during a meeting Tuesday at the district offices.

Rider girls soccer moving on to district final

October 27, 2011

CELINA — St. Marys’ Kelly Heitkamp bent a 35-yard rainbow from the right wing just over the reach of the goalkeeper’s outstretched arms with 35:42 left in the second half with what proved to be the game winner in a 1-0 Division II district semifinal win at Celina on Wednesday night.

St. Marys ends season at home against Shawnee

October 27, 2011

Through all the highs of record-setting rushing nights and a redemptive win over Celina to the lows of disappointing second halves against Kenton, Defiance , Wapak and O-G — St. Marys has a chance to improve its record by four games over last season and get to the .500 mark to end the season it hosts Shawnee at Skip Baughman Stadium on Friday night.

“This is important for us, to close this out,” St. Marys head coach Greg Phillips said.

Around the MAC: Minster hosts Coldwater in key MAC match-up

October 27, 2011

Combined MAC Record: 46-44 (.511)
MAC Teams Currently in Playoff Spots: 5

Around the WBL: Kenton-Wapak have a Week 10 showdown set

October 27, 2011

Combined WBL Record: 48-42 (.533)
WBL Teams Currently in Playoff Spots: 4

October 26th

Donald D. Barnes, 82

October 26, 2011

Donald D. “Barney” Barnes, 82, of St. Marys, formerly of Spencerville, died at 8:50 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 24, 2011, at the St. Marys Living Center.

He was born on July 14, 1929, in Auglaize County, the son of Alfred and Mabel (Greymyre) Barnes, and they preceded him in death.  

On Oct. 27, 1973, he married Hazel Elrod, and she preceded him in death on Aug. 25, 1996.

Rape Trial Begins

October 26, 2011

— Editor’s note: The Evening Leader, like the Associated Press, does not identify victims or alleged victims of sex crimes.

WAPAKONETA — The rape trial of a St. Marys optometrist started on Tuesday with the alleged victim recounting the events of an October night in 2009.

Ghouls Hit Spring Street

October 26, 2011

ST. MARYS — Ghosts, vampires, fairies and movie characters gathered in the Chestnut Street parking lot Tuesday night for the annual Rotary Club Halloween Parade and costume contest.

Organizer Deb Zwez said the event provides an opportunity for area children to dress up in their costume, in addition to going out for Beggar’s Night.

“It gives kids in the community a chance to show off their Halloween costume,” she said. “It’s a chance for kids to show how cute they all are.”

Councilors Rescind Measure

October 26, 2011

NEW BREMEN — Area councilors voted to rescind a measure they passed at their previous meeting.

New Bremen Mayor Jeff Pape noted councilors moved too fast with passing the Community Reinvestment Area agreement resolution with Brookside Laboratories as an emergency during their previous meeting, and councilors moved to pass other related pieces during their meeting Tuesday evening.

Village Solicitor Steve Smith suggested councilors rescind the previous legislation.

October 25th

MAC announces All-League volleyball teams

October 25, 2011

Auglaize County volleyball players were named to the recently released Midwest Athletic Conference All-League list.

New Knoxville senior middle hitter Haley Dillon and Minster senior libero Dana Stucke were named First Team All-MAC.

Kassi Brown, a Minster senior, Karli Jones, a New Bremen sophomore setter, and Haley Horstman, a New Knoxville sophomore setter, all earned Second Team All-MAC.

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