The Norwalk Truckers got off to a 12-8 lead after one quarter in Saturday’s Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division game at Norwalk High School. However, the Perkins Pirates took complete control after that, cruising to a 71-30 win. Enjoy these
Western Reserve, South Central boys basketball teams pick up wins; big Saturday for wrestlers from Norwalk, Edison, Willard, Western Reserve and New London
One night after a tough 61-60 loss at Clyde, the Truckers score a 47-45 overtime win at Keystone on Saturday to improve to 3-2 overall
Truckers led 42-32 with 14-plus minutes left; potential game-tying three ruled a two-pointer in 61-60 loss to Fliers
Truckers drop two matches to Ashland and Sandusky, but last four weight classes each went 2-0 in Tuesday’s season opener
Lady Red got out to fast start in 67-40 win over Flashes in battle of unbeaten teams; Norwalk girls win first game of the season with road win at Port Clinton
The Truckers have a lot of obstacles in the way, but are also 13-4 in their last 17 games. But will there be enough from many new faces to be in position to win the SBC Lake in February?
Western Reserve, Willard and Bellevue girls claim wins; Plymouth wrestling second at Arcadia
Brandon Haraway returns to lead balanced scoring attack in 63-43 win at Mansfield Madison on Saturday
Truckers (1-1, 1-0) never trailed after scoring their first basket of the game in 54-42 win on Friday over the Tornadoes at Norwalk High School
South Central girls top Monroeville; Willard boys improved to 2-1 with road win at Carey
Junior offensive lineman has been offered scholarships from Kentucky (SEC), Pittsburgh (ACC) and West Virginia (Big 12) since Norwalk’s season ended on Nov. 23
Jeff Thomas helped NCAA Div. I Georgia State rally from 22 down to win at Alabama, while Ben Haraway and Ashland are ranked in top 20 in Div. II. The two cousins are 2014 Norwalk graduates.
Leading 17-13, the Crimson Flashes opened up to a 48-13 lead by the fourth quarter in a 54-24 win over the Truckers
With five practices as a full team, the Truckers struggled shooting and handling the ball in Monday’s 44-33 loss at Huron