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On Deck: Two UF teams in action

A pair of University of Findlay teams are in action on a light Tuesday night local sports schedule.
The UF softball team travels to Cedarville for a 3 p.m. nonconference doubleheader.
The UF women’s lacrosse team will have a home game under the lights at Donnell Stadium as the Oilers host Urbana in a 7 p.m. contest.
We’ll also have previews of Ottawa-Glandorf and St. Wendelin’s state semifinal girls basketball games in Wednesday’s print edition.
You’ll get the best local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

SCHEDULE
Tuesday’s Events
College Athletics
BASEBALL – Bluffton at Albion, 4:15
SOFTBALL — Findlay at Cedarville, DH, 3
WOMEN’S LACROSSE — Urbana at Findlay, 7
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Regional Semifinals
Division IV
AT BOWLING GREEN STROH CENTER
Plymouth vs. Wayne Trace, 6:15
Delphos St. John’s vs. Cardinal Stritch, 8
AT KETTERING FAIRMONT
Marion Local vs. Jackson Center, 8

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Nissan squeezes every last drop from the GT-R with the 45th Anniversary Gold Edition

Nissan has officially unveiled the 2016 GT-R, which features a five-horsepower bump and a few styling enhancements. The brand also revealed the 45th Anniversary Gold Edition, which wears a Silica Brass exterior finish.

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Prep Schedule & Updates: 03-18-18

A pair of University of Findlay teams are in action on a light Tuesday night local sports schedule.
The UF softball team travels to Cedarville for a 3 p.m. nonconference doubleheader.
The UF women’s lacrosse team will have a home game under the lights at Donnell Stadium as the Oilers host Urbana in a 7 p.m. contest.
We’ll also have previews of Ottawa-Glandorf and St. Wendelin’s state semifinal girls basketball games in Wednesday’s print edition.
You’ll get the best local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

SCHEDULE
Tuesday’s Events
College Athletics
BASEBALL – Bluffton at Albion, 4:15
SOFTBALL — Findlay at Cedarville, DH, 3
WOMEN’S LACROSSE — Urbana at Findlay, 7
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Regional Semifinals
Division IV
AT BOWLING GREEN STROH CENTER
Plymouth vs. Wayne Trace, 6:15
Delphos St. John’s vs. Cardinal Stritch, 8
AT KETTERING FAIRMONT
Marion Local vs. Jackson Center, 8

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Air National Guard to conduct nighttime training flights this week

SWANTON — The 180th Fighter Wing of the Ohio Air National Guard will be conducting nighttime training flights through Friday, weather permitting.

Northwestern Ohio residents may see or hear F-16 fighter jets taking off and landing until about 10 p.m. this week.

Training flights normally take place during daylight hours, but F-16 pilots and maintenance personnel are required to conduct night operations as part of their overall readiness.

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1 injured in North Baltimore I-75 crash

NORTH BALTIMORE — One person was injured in a single-car rollover crash on Interstate 75 at the Eagleville Road exit at 6:33 a.m. today.

The driver was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital and the car was destroyed by fire, the Bowling Green post of the State Highway Patrol reported. The motorist had been driving south on I-75.

No further details were available.

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Marathon Petroleum CEO earns $16.4 million in 2014

Gary Heminger, Marathon Petroleum Corp. chief executive officer and chairman, earned $16.4 million in 2014, or 34 percent more than in 2013, the company reported.

Heminger’s salary grew to $1.5 million last year from $1.4 million in 2013, Marathon Petroleum reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission. A performance-based bonus increased to $4 million from $3.4 million. His stock awards grew to $4.3 million from $4.2 million. Stock options increased to $3.2 million from $2.9 million.

His other perks, of $421,580, included $345,544 in contributions to his retirement plan; $62,784 in personal use of company aircraft; $10,091 in tax and financial planning; and $2,861 in an enhanced physical for executives.

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Girls Basketball: Division I-II AP All-Ohio

All-Ohio Girls Basketball
Division I
FIRST TEAM — Shannon Coffee, Centerville, 6-5, sr., 20.5; Alison Smolinski, N. Royalton, 5-10, sr., 15.1; Kym Royster, Newark, 6-2, sr., 19.0; Kaayla McIntyre, Tol. Notre Dame, 6-2, sr., 19.2; Jodi Johnson, Wadsworth, 5-10, jr., 14.8; Lauren Cannatelli, West Chester Lakota West, 5-8, sr., 15.0.
Players of the year — Kaayla McIntyre, Tol. Notre Dame; Kym Royster, Newark; Lauren Cannatelli, West Chester Lakota West.
Coaches of the year — Sam Krafty, Powell Olentangy Liberty; Greg Brown, Trenton Edgewood; Matt Voll, New Philadelphia.
SECOND TEAM — Jaida Carter, New Philadelphia, 5-6, sr., 16.5; Alexa Fisher, Powell Olentangy Liberty, 5-9, jr., 16.4; Taylor Mikesell, Massillon Jackson, 5-9, fresh., 14.3; Kerri Gasper, Olmsted Falls, 5-11, sr., 15.8; Anna Hall, Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit, 5-8, sr., 22.3; Rion Thompson, Lima Senior, 5-9, jr., 21.7; Dee Bekelja, Solon, 5-7, soph., 15.2.
THIRD TEAM — Morgan Horvath, Lewis Ctr. Olentangy, 5-9, sr., 20.5; Monica Fury, Westlake, 5-9, jr., 14.3; Tyler Newkirk, Canton McKinley, 5-7, sr., 18.7; Emily Westphal, Sylvania Southview, 6-0, sr., 21.3; Kelly Wurth, Springboro, 5-9, jr., 19.0; Naomi Davenport, Cin. Mount Notre Dame, 5-11, sr., 17.4.
Special Mention (NW OHIO ONLY) — Allex Brown, Perrysburg; Jeryn Reese, Mansfield Senior.
Honorable Mention (NW OHIO ONLY) — Kendall McCoy, Sylvania Northview; Ramiah Henry, Tol. Waite; Natalie Yoder, Holland Springfield; Haley Hess, Oregon Clay; Hannah Hess, Oregon Clay.
Division II
FIRST TEAM — Halee Printz, Tipp City Tippecanoe, 5-10, sr., 18.2; Hallie Thome, Chagrin Falls, 6-5, sr., 20.5; Melinda Trimmer, Beloit West Branch, 5-7, sr., 20.4; Carly Santoro, Bellevue, 5-10, sr., 30.7; Bre Berryman, Wintersville Indian Creek, 6-5, sr., 22.2; Dominique Doseck, Athens, 5-7, sr., 22.0; Paige Cannon, Johnston-Monroe, 6-0, sr., 22.2; Maddie Bazelak, Kettering Alter, sr., 11.4; Akienreh Johnson, Tol. Rogers, 6-0, jr., 14.5; Lindsey Mayle, Geneva, 5-7, jr., 22.5.
Players of the year — Maddie Bazelak, Kettering Alter; Akienreh Johnson, Tol. Rogers; Melinda Trimmer, Beloit West Branch.
Coaches of the year — Charity Martin-Via, Cols. Eastmoor Acad.; Danny Hilty, Duncan Falls Philo; Toby Bickel, Port Clinton.
SECOND TEAM — Byrdy Galernik, Tol. Cent. Cath., 5-8, jr., 18.0; Sydney Bates, Springfield Kenton Ridge, 5-9, jr., 19.5; Camielle Adelman, Mogadore Field, 5-8, sr., 19.5; McKenah Peters, LaGrange Keystone, 5-7, soph., 17.7; Alexis Overly, Chillicothe Unioto, 5-9, sr., 17.2; Brooke Smith, Zanesville Maysville, 5-4, sr., 11.7; Alyssa Dean, Cols. Centennial, 5-8, jr., 22.2;
THIRD TEAM — Pavin Heath, Beloit West Branch, 5-10, sr., 13.0; Madison Dackin, Lima Bath, 5-9, sr., 18.3; Keely Hall, Oberlin Firelands, 6-1, jr., 13.9; Nikayla Edgell, East Liverpool, 5-6, sr., 25.1; Marissa Brown, Cols. Hartley, 6-3, sr., 15.2; Amani Burke, Cols. Eastmoor Acad., 5-8, jr., 14.3.
Special Mention (NW OHIO ONLY) — Deijah Swihart, Clear Fork; Natalie Koenig, Wauseon.
HONORABLE MENTION (NW OHIO ONLY) — Tanaya Beacham, Tol. Rogers; Kelsey Michaels, Clyde; Emily Ashley, Port Clinton; Gabby Stephens, Shelby; Mekaila Grose, Mansfield Madison; Alyssa Manley, Lima Bath.

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Boys Basketball: Area trio makes first team N-10

Two Carey and one Upper Sandusky player earned first-team honors as the Northern 10 Conference released its all-conference selections in boys basketball for the 2014-15 season.
Carey seniors Jared Wentling and Zach Boes and Upper Sandusky sophomore Wes Vent were all named to the N-10 first team.
Wentling led the conference in scoring at 22.3 points per game. He also was second in rebounds (8.3), third in steals (2.9), first in blocked shots (2.0) as forward.
Boes, a guard, led the N-10 in assists with 6.3 per game. He scored 14.2 points and grabbed 6.9 rebounds per game for the Blue Devils as well.
Vent led a successful season for the Rams by scoring 15.2 points per game. He was also among the league leaders in rebounds (7.6).
Upper Sandusky’s Carson Mittermaier made the all-Northern 10 second team while Mohawk’s Gunnar Johnson, Carey’s Zach Logsdon and the Rams’ Cody Clifford made the honorable mention list.
League champion Colonel Crawford swept the top awards as Todd Entenmann was named the player of the year while Dave Sheldon was voted the coach of the year.

ALL-NORTHERN 10 BOYS BASKETBALL
FIRST TEAM
Todd Entenmann, sr., G, Colonel Crawford; Dylan Gulley, sr., G, Colonel Crawford; Austin Wurm, sr., G, Buckeye Central; Jared Wentling, sr., F, Carey; Zach Boes, sr., G, Carey; Grant Loy, jr., F, Buckeye Central Wes Vent, soph., G, Upper Sandusky.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR “” Todd Entenmann, Colonel Crawford.
COACH OF THE YEAR “” David Sheldon, Colonel Crawford.
SECOND TEAM
Hunter Miller, sr., G, Wynford; Nate Coffman, sr., F, Crestline; Dalon King, sr., G, Bucyrus; Monroe Britton, jr., G, Ridgedale; Owen Adams, jr., G, Colonel Crawford; Alex Crall, jr., G, Wynford; Carson Mittermaier, jr., F, Upper Sandusky.
HONORABLE MENTION
Hunter Salyors, sr., G, Seneca East; Cody Clifford, sr., G, Upper Sandusky; Gunnar Johnson, sr., F, Mohawk’ Jacob Cannon, sr., F, Ridgedale; Cole Murtiff, sr., G, Bucyrus; Zach Logsdon, sr., G, Carey; Nick Kemper, sr., F, Colonel Crawford; Jacob Trent, sr., G, Crestline; Scott Heydinger, jr., G, Buckeye Central; Braxton Tea, jr., G, Wynford.

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