Dec 122014
 
Maumee Bowling Icons Inducted Into Hall Of Fame

BY DENNY McCARTHY | MIRROR REPORTER — Two prominent contributors to bowling in Maumee were inducted into the Ohio Bowling Hall of Fame on November 1. The Ohio Bowling Council held the induction event at Crowne Plaza in Columbus, awarding Howard Teifke and Jeff Kwiatkowski for their contributions and achievements in the sport. Teifke received . . . Read More

Dec 122014
 
Successful Boys Soccer Team Recognized With Awards

BY J. PATRICK EAKEN | MIRROR SPORTS — No one saw it coming, especially early in the season, but later, it became obvious the Anthony Wayne boys soccer team was good – awfully good. The Generals did not win the Northern Lakes League, but they finished tied with Springfield and Perrysburg for second place. AW . . . Read More

Dec 052014
 
Maumee Boys In Good Shape With Seven Returning Varsity Players

BY ROB KOLUCH | MIRROR SPORTS — The Maumee boys basketball team was in transition and went through a growing period in 2013-14. The Panthers finished 4-17 overall, including a 3-9 mark in Northern Lakes League play. Though it may not have been reflected in its record, Maumee coach Derek Sheridan believes the team improved . . . Read More

Dec 052014
 
AW Boys Team Features Experienced Playmakers, Deep Lineup

BY J. PATRICK EAKEN | MIRROR SPORTS — The Anthony Wayne boys basketball program is accustomed to having standout players who have had success at the next level. Mark Donnal is a sophomore at the University of Michigan getting significant playing time, while 2014 grad Matt Fox plays at Bowling Green State University. Minus his . . . Read More

Nov 282014
 
AW Hockey Team Welcomes Back Two Key Players

BY YANEEK SMITH | MIRROR SPORTS — Despite losing some key players from last year’s team, Anthony Wayne hockey coach Dean Bowman is confident his team can compete in the Northwest Hockey Conference. That’s because Austin Pennell and Zach Owens, two players who recently spent time playing Triple A hockey in Detroit, have returned to . . . Read More