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Troike makes AP all-tourney team

COLUMBUS (AP) — Megan Ball scored the winning basket in the championship game for Waterford to be named the outstanding player on The Associated Press Division IV all-tournament team. Ball had 10 points and hit a layup with 13 seconds left for a 29-27 win over Fostoria St. Wendelin. She had 11 points and four […]

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Boys Basketball: High-powered Bay gets by O-G

By DAVE HANNEMAN STAFF WRITER BOWLING GREEN — The exclamation point was an emphatic one. Bay Village Bay’s Scott Durham blocked a shot on one end and R.J. Sunahara threw down a slam on the other, giving the Rockets a 10-point lead over Ottawa-Glandorf in what became a 76-65 victory Saturday’s Division II boys regionals […]

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St. Wendelin nearly pulls off state title run

By JAMIE BAKER SPORTS EDITOR COLUMBUS — In the postgame awards ceremony at Value City Arena, OHSAA assistant commissioner Jerry Snodgrass called St. Wendelin “the little school that could.” On Saturday night, the Mohawks almost did. The Mohawks got the ball where they wanted it, in the hands of 6-foot-4 all-Ohio center Kamryn Troike, but […]

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St. Wendelin’s Troike rises to the top

By SCOTT COTTOS Staff Writer COLUMBUS — Kamryn Troike’s high school basketball career ended with a missed shot, on which she may or may not have been fouled, and many tears in the wake of St. Wendelin’s 29-27 loss to Waterford in the Division IV state championship game Saturday at Value City Arena. “I was, […]

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Trial Dates Set For Trio Accused In Fostoria Fraud Case

3/8/16 – 6:50 A.M.

Three Pennsylvania residents will stand trial in Seneca County for allegedly trying to defraud an elderly resident of the city. The Review-Times reports Patricia Stuward, Sampson Cojolo and Tanor Tody will face a jury next month. The group was arrested on January 22 following a joint investigation by the Fostoria Police Department , Homeland Security, and U.S. Immigration and Customs.

Stuward and Cojolo allegedly took $16,000 from the woman on January 8. The group went back to the woman’s house to try and steal $53,000 according to court documents.

Fostoria Police Chief Keith Loreno says all three defendants claimed to be residents of Monrovia Liberia.

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