Mar 202015
 
AW’s Caleb Yates Wins State Championship

BY YANEEK SMITH | MIRROR SPORTS — Anthony Wayne sophomore Caleb Yates, dubbed “Cinderella Man” by his school, accomplished a truly remarkable feat this weekend, winning the 106-pound weight class in the Division I state wrestling tournament at the Jerome Schottenstein Center at The Ohio State University over the weekend to become the first General . . . Read More

Mar 202015
 
Maumee High School Honors Its Winter Athletes At Banquet

BY KYLE DUDLEY | MIRROR SPORTS — Maumee High School honored its winter athletes and coaches at the annual awards program on March 9. Athletic director Matt Szyndler began the ceremony with a brief synopsis of the school’s overall sports participation percentages of each class, recognizing individual athletes on their all-league and district honors while . . . Read More

Mar 202015
 
Southview Advances To District Finals With Win Over Springfield

BY ANDY ROWER | MIRROR SPORTS — Top-ranked Southview kept its undefeated record intact on March 12, when the Cougars notched their third win of the season over Northern Lakes League foe Springfield with a 48-36 district semifinal victory at Savage Arena. “Well, it’s easy to prepare physically because you know what they’re going to . . . Read More

Mar 132015
 
Maumee Plays Best Game Of Season, Defeats Genoa In Sectionals

BY ROB KOLUCH | MIRROR SPORTS — Facing the end of their 2014-15 season, the Maumee Panthers headed to Anthony Wayne High School on March 3 to take on the Genoa Comets, who finished fourth in the Northern Buckeye Conference. In the opening round of the Northwest District Division II boys sectional tournament, the Panthers . . . Read More

Mar 062015
 
Slow Start Dooms Lady Panthers In Sectional Loss To Lake

BY KYLE DUDLEY | MIRROR SPORTS — It’s hard to beat a team multiple times in the same season – very hard. The 11th-seeded Maumee girls faced the Lake Flyers in their first-round sectional tournament game on February 24, a team they had defeated earlier this season. Seeded fifth, the Flyers dominated the Panthers, especially . . . Read More