Archive for MAC Feature
May
19

Tangeman, Deitsch Named MAC Press Pros Standouts

Marion Local’s Nick Tangeman (#24, below) and St. Henry’s Carleigh Deitsch garner honors as this year’s Press Pros Scholar Athletes of The Year. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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May
9

Minster Softball: “It Really Does Take A Village…”

Off to a exciting start, Jenna Poeppelman (below) and the once-beaten Minster girls are relying on themselves and the support of the community as they press forward with their best softball season in years. Read more in a Thursday Press Pros inside feature.

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May
4

Tigers Rally To Top Milton’s Ace…

Versailles slid safely into another win and benefits from timely hits, and a few Milton-Union miscues, to rebound from Friday night’s loss to Russia. Columnist Greg Billing writes the story for today’s Press Pros inside MAC feature.

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May
2

Bremen Threatens, But Coldwater ‘Walks’ To 17th Win

Coldwater’s Zack McKibben high-steps it across home plate during a sixth-run fourth inning, fueling an 11-3 win over New Bremen Thursday and the Cavaliers’ 17th consecutive win. Read more about the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Apr
30

Deitsch ‘Knuckles’ Down, As St. Hank Takes Minster

St. Henry used classic St. Henry baseball to do it – pitching, defense, and some timely hitting on Tuesday – a senior effort by pitcher Rylee Deitsch, to beat Minster on the road. Read about the game in our latest MAC baseball update.

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Apr
23

Marion Local Strikes .500 On A Knapschaefer Gem

Marion Local’s Tim Knapschaefer proved he’s all the way back from a knee injury, and delivered the gem of his high school baseball career. He struck out 13 in a complete-game three-hitter in Tuesday’s win over Ft. Recovery. Read about the game in today’s Press Pros.

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Apr
11

The Same Coldwater…But For A Day, A Different Minster

Coldwater’s Noah Miller had a big day Thursday (below) as a week after the death of a teammate the Minster Wildcats struggled to represent baseball, and their legacy, in a lopsided loss to the Cavaliers. Read more about it in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Apr
4

Coldwater ‘Evens’ Things…At St. Henry’s Expense

Not the Coldwater of the past, still the Cavaliers have fought their way back from an 0-3 start and evened their record Thursday with a little ‘small ball’. Pitcher Cole Frilling dives for the plate to score in a conference-opening win over St. Henry. Read about the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Mar
22

‘Skins’ Luck Runs Dry…St. Henry Falls To Hiland

Not their day…They say you gotta’ be good, and you gotta’ be lucky to win a state championship.  St. Henry and Caden Niekamp (below) came up just a bit short on both ends in Friday’s loss to Berlin Hiland. Read more in the latest Press Pros feature from the tournament.

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Mar
16

Picture This: St. Henry Is State-Bound

Jackson Center’s Trent Platfoot and Co. cut St. Henry’s nine-point lead to a one possession game in the final minute, but the Redskins’ pulled out the win to earn a Division IV regional title and trip to the state semifinals.

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Mar
10

Minster Dominates Second Half…Returns To State

It was intense…it was physical…it was Minster and Fort Loramie for the D-IV regional championship. Loramie took the lead midway through the third quarter, but the Wildcats responded like championship teams do to claim their second straight regional title.

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Mar
8

#1 Fort Loramie, #2 Minster To Play For A Trip To Columbus

Minster and Fort Loramie both had their stressful moments Thursday, but in the end both advanced for a rematch of last year’s Division IV regional final…with a berth in Columbus at stake. Joe Neves writes the story in today’s Press Pros feature.

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Mar
6

Too Much, Too Far…Tigers’ Comeback Falls Short

They probably dug themselves a hole too deep at the outset, but they definitely ran into a talent the likes of which you remember (Rachel Murray, #21, left). The Versailles girls staged a valiant comeback attempt in the second half Wednesday, but fell in the Div. III regional semi-final to Waynesville, 55-45. Read about it today’s Press Pros.

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Mar
5

How 2 For 21 Can Get You Beat…St. Henry Drops Minster

‘Big’ defense…St. Henry’s Caden Niekamp (left, #40 in white) got a hand on the shot attempt of Minster’s Jarod Schulze, and it set the tone for Tuesday’s district tourney encounter. A frightening start doomed the Minster Wildcats Tuesday in the Division IV semi-final at Wapakoneta. Read more about the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Feb
26

Versailles Turns The Early Surprise…Knocks Out TVS

They saved their best for when their best means more.  Connor Van Skyock and the Versailles Tigers surprised the Div. III sectional bracket and Northmont High School Tuesday with a thorough win over Twin Valley South. Read about the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Feb
25

The “Eye of the Tiger”… for Versailles!

Versailles used a smothering defense to frustrate Anna and avenge a defeat from earlier in the season with a convincing 48-26 win in the sectional final at Covington High School.

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Feb
16

Crowning Achievement … St. Henry Earns Share Of MAC Title

St. Henry outlasted Minster in a physical MAC showdown to claim at least a share of the conference title on Friday night. Read Greg Billing’s story about the game in today’s Press Pros.

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Feb
9

Cold Night Kills Coldwater In Loss To Versailles

Tough Tiger to stop…Evan Hiestand (left, #30 in white) scored a team-high 22 points to help the Versailles Tigers knock off visiting Coldwater Friday. But his effort wasn’t the only thing chilling for the visiting Cavaliers. Read more about the game in today’s Press Pros MAC feature.

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Feb
1

Four Fateful Minutes…How Minster Took Down Versailles

She did it all…Minster’s Courtney Prenger (#30, left) scored a game-high 27 points and hounded Versailles on defense during a second half runaway. Minster remained unbeaten in MAC play with a 52-30 win on Thursday. Read about the game in today’s inside feature.

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Jan
24

What You Learn From 59-26…!

They opened rivalry week between Minster and New Bremen on Thursday with an eye-opener. And Ivy Wolf (left) and the Wildcats little doubt on this night that they’re the league standard in a 31-point win. Read more in the latest Press Pros MAC feature.

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