Archive - Sep 2013
Cheryl Ann Teets, 61, died Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013.
Cheryl Ann Hurley was born, in Lima, on Nov. 19, 1951. She was one of four children born to the union of the late Betty (Richardson) and the late Donald Hurley. Cheryl was a graduate of Wapakoneta Senior High School. She married the love of her life, Michael Teets, on March 25, 1988, in Toledo.
A former Ohio State Buckeye football player set his sights on the possibility of a good career. Another is a musician who appear destined for the big time.
However, former defensive tackle Joel Penton and pianist Ryan Holliday say they turned away from the road to riches and went down the road less traveled. Today both men are now devout Christians and have dedicated their life to spreading the message of Jesus Christ.
Communication continues to be an area to be improved upon, according to reviews of a county-wide emergency planning training exercise held in June.
For the full story, see the Thursday, Sept. 5 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Two injury crashes topped the list of incidents on Auglaize County roadways during the Labor Day weekend.
For the full story, see the Thursday, Sept. 5 edition of the Wapakoneta News.
If they didn’t have a bulls-eye on their back already, the Wapakoneta Redskins certainly have one now.
Wapak defeated the Shawnee Indians, 4-1, on Wednesday in a critical Western Buckeye League match in varsity girls tennis action.
The win kept Wapak undefeated on the season at 8-0 overall and gave the Redskins control of the WBL race with a 5-0 league record with four matches to play.
“We needed a team effort,” Wapak varsity coach Mike Klock said. “I just wanted to escape with a 3-2 victory.
Speed equals distance divided by time, distance equals speed multiplied by time and time equals distance divided by speed.
Two of those elements cannot exceed nor fall short of the third. Balance must exist for them to equate properly.
The Wapakoneta Redskins will try to find that balance among speed, distance and time in order to calculate a winning formula against the Kenton Wildcats on Friday in both teams’ Western Buckeye League season opener.
Wapakoneta High School freshman Allie Zofkie would find it hard to have a better start to her high school athletic career.
The tiny two-sport athlete is making a big impact early in the 2013-14 school year.
Zofkie has won two cross country races in three attempts and is undefeated in the second singles’ lineup on the Redskins’ tennis team.
The Wapakoneta Redskins found the “Will” to win on Tuesday.
At Ryan Field, the Wapakoneta Redskins varsity soccer team found the desire to continue on the attack against the Bluffton Pirates and then literally found Redskin junior Will Hinegardner with a pass in front of the Pirates’ net for the winning goal with 6:17 left for a 6-5 win.
From staff reports
The Wapakoneta Redskins remained unbeaten in Western Buckeye League play Tuesday with a 5-0 win in Celina over the Celina Bulldogs, who entered the match with a 3-0 league record, in varsity girls tennis action.
With the win, Wapak moved to 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the WBL.
Tuesday’s shutout was Wapak’s fourth straight in match play.
Only the first singles match lasted more than two sets, as Kaitlin Snider beat Kalie Gardner, 6-1, 3-6, 6-0.
Alex Gossard shot a career-low to help the Wapakoneta Redskins shoot a season-low 163 in their two-stroke win Tuesday over the Celina Bulldogs in Western Buckeye League varsity boys golf action at the Wapakoneta Country Club.
Jared Miller’s 44 came from Wapak’s final group and helped decide the match. The Redskins needed a 46 or better after the first two groups came in.
Gossard’s 40 from the second group aided veterans Drew Wayman (39) and Bobby Crow (40) from Wapak’s first group.