(AP) — Jonathan India of the Cincinnati Reds won NL Rookie of the Year honors on Monday night, eight months after earning the team's second base job during spring training and never letting it go during a stellar first season.

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New Knoxville defeated St. Henry in four sets to give the Rangers its first state title in program history. Full story and photos in the 11/15 edition of The Evening Leader 

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Members of the Minster girls cross country team celebrate with the Division at Fortress Obetz.

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Members of the New Knoxville volleyball team pose with the Region 14 trophy after defeating Calvert in four sets on Saturday afternoon at Elida. The Rangers play in the state semifinals on Thursday.

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Aiden Hinkle stretches with the ball during Friday’s game at Celina as Keegan Sharpe looks on. Hinkle scored two touchdowns and Sharpe one in the win.

St. Marys rolled to a 42-7 victory over Elida on Friday night at Grand Lake Health System Field. The win moves them to 5-2 in the Western Buckeye League and 6-2 overall.

New Knoxville recorded a hard-fought 3-1 win over visiting St. Henry on Thursday night in a Midwest Athletic Conference match. The Lady Rangers took the first set 25-15 and the second 25-21. St. Henry then extended it with a 25-21 win, before New Knoxville got a 25-19 victory to close it out.

NEW BREMEN — Despite trailing late in the second quarter Friday night, New Bremen got things turned around, scoring twice more in the second quarter and shutting out the Blue Jays the rest of the way, earning a 42-14 victory in Midwest Athletic Conference play.

New Bremen opened Midwest Athletic Conference play on Thursday by making the short trip to neighboring Minster and coming home with a 3-0 win. They took it by scores of 27-25, 25-22 and 25-14

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WAPAKONETA — New Bremen's powerful attack came from every angle Tuesday night, when the Cardinals secured a 25-15, 25-14, 25-12 nonconference road sweep at Wapakoneta.