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February 6th, 2013
The Wapakoneta girls basketball team came out of the gate sluggish against the Coldwater Cavaliers Tuesday night.
The Cavaliers had a handle on offense and defense, and found ways to score inside seemingly at will, as the Redskins fell to the Cavaliers, 57-47
ELIDA — For four guys that have been wrestling together since they can remember, the end of this month could materialize a goal they have been striving toward for years.
A run to the state wrestling tournament.
ELIDA — The Wapakoneta wrestling team did what they do best Saturday afternoon.
Prepping for the game against the St. Marys Roughriders, Wapakoneta Redskins varsity coach Matt Bradley preached about needing to win the battle in the paint.
Trailing 24-22 at the half-time break, he delivered the same message.
ST. MARYS — Wapakoneta’s Nicole Brown darted all over the floor, looking for a crevice of space to get off yet another 3-point attempt and break two school records she’s been stalking for a few years now.
Everyone in the gym knew another launch from the 5-foot-6 senior was coming and yet St. Marys couldn’t stop her.
DOLA — In front of a loyal fan base and in front of a basketball oriented family, Waynesfield-Goshen’s point guard, Kaylee Patton, made history Tuesday night.
Patton broke the all-time career scoring record at Waynesfield-Goshen High School. She now has 1,819 career points, breaking the previous record set in 1991.
Kyle Herndon held the previous record for 22 years with 1,803.
SIDNEY — One coach says he was ecstatic with the play of his team, one coach says he was underwhelmed.
One coach says his team play inspired basketball, one coach says they need to play better or they will lose on Friday.
One coach watched his team rally to take a first period and first half lead, one coach watched his team take control of the game in the third period and win 60-54.
The boys and girls Wapakoneta swim team competed at the WBL Tournament in Defiance, Ohio. Click below for full results from the meet!
MINSTER — Double overtime. A 13-point comeback. A buzzer beater.
When Wapakoneta’s boys basketball team travelled to Minster Saturday night, spectators from both teams were in for a treat, but like in every thriller, one team has to go home disappointed.
OTTAWA — The Wapakoneta boys basketball team knew it would need to play the game of the year to roll into Ottawa to upset the one-loss Titans.
The Redskins struggled to get anything going offensively, mostly due to the stifling defense from the Ottawa-Glandorf Titans.