Jul 302015
Maumee’s Taylor Wulf Proves To Be An Elite Ohio Catcher

BY ANDREW ROWER | MIRROR SPORTS — Sophomore catcher Kayla Wulf recently became the first Maumee softball player in school history to earn first-team honors from Ohio, the Northwest District, the Northern Lakes League and The Mirror. The daughter of Gary and Deirdre Wulf, Kayla is the younger sister of 23-year-old Nate and 17-year-old Taylor . . . Read More

Jul 092015
St. John’s Wins Third TRAC All Sports Trophy

The St. John’s Jesuit High School (SJJ) Titans have won their third straight Three Rivers Athletic Conference (TRAC) All Sports Trophy. Out of a possible 10 sports, SJJ won seven conference titles. The Titans won conference titles in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis and track/field. In addition, basketball, golf, tennis and track/field won . . . Read More

Jun 192015
Maumee Little Leaguers Show Steady Improvement On The Diamond

BY DENNY McCARTHY | MIRROR SPORTS — Although the 2015 season is already more than halfway over, Maumee Little Leaguers are still showing steady improvement in the field and at the plate, taking up new positions and building on prior strengths. The scores for the this week are as follows: THE 7-8-YEAR-OLD LEAGUE Saturday, June . . . Read More

Jun 122015
Coach Loch Continues To Build AW Girls Lacrosse Program

BY YANEEK SMITH | MIRROR SPORTS — It may be difficult to feel positive about a team that dealt with injuries and went 6-10, but the Anthony Wayne girls lacrosse program has plenty of reasons to be optimistic. Coach Joe Loch’s club recently said goodbye to three seniors, Madie Burns, Katie Boyer and Jackie Flickinger, . . . Read More

Jun 052015
Maumee Little League Plays Through Rainy Week

BY DENNY McCARTHY | MIRROR SPORTS — The Maumee Little Leaguers are halfway through their regular season after a week of unpredictable weather and rain delays. The results for the fourth week of the season are as follows: THE 7-8-YEAR-OLD LEAGUE Wednesday, May 27: The Reds beat the Athletics, 6-4. Despite key hits by A’s . . . Read More