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Lady Irish Tennis Team Return to the State Final Four

The Lady Irish tennis team defeated Lexington High School (OCC conference champs) 3-2 on Monday to return for the third year straight to the DII state final four this Sunday. Senior Maverick Delp and Sophomore Ellie Hire were the first ones off the courts, taking second and third singles against Lexington’s Kylie Diehl and Emma

Lady Irish Tennis domination continues at the district final in Port Clinton

The Lady Irish Tennis team captured first place in both singles (Ellie Hire defeated Ottawa Hills and Galion this morning) and doubles (Ava McQuillin and Maverick Delp beat Lexington and then our other doubles team in the finals) and also earned the runner-up spot (Rachel Gorman and Bella Spinazze beat Lima Bath in the semifinal) in

Lady Irish Tennis Update – State Bound!

The Lady Irish tennis team went 6-0 today at BGSU to send five to the district semis Saturday at 10 am and to the state tournament next Friday in Mason, OH! Bella Spinazze and Rachel Gorman will play Lima Bath Saturday in one doubles semi, while Maverick Delp and Ava McQuillin will play Lexington in

Irish-Knight game this Friday, October 12

Irish-Knight Game Friday, October 12 at 7:00PM vs. Toledo St. Francis de Sales, Knights @ UT Glass Bowl Stadium 1745 Stadium Dr, Toledo, OH 43606   For the past 14 Years the Irish-Knight trophy has made a home on Cherry Street.  Join us this Friday, October 12 at 7:00PM at the University of Toledo’s Glass

The Blade: High school football championship races, playoff berths taking shape

STEVE JUNGA, Blade Sports Writer – October 8, 2018 With three weeks remaining in the 2018 high school football season, numerous area teams are still in the hunt for league championships and state playoff berths. Here is a look at the league races and the postseason picture heading into Week 8 of the regular season. …..

The Blade: TRAC roundup: Lichtenberg lifts Titans to victory

BLADE STAFF, October 6, 2018 Central Catholic 49, Fremont Ross 0 Central Catholic’s Justin Schiets and Michael Griffin returned interceptions for touchdowns as the Fighting Irish rolled to a home victory. The Irish defense had four takeaways, including three interceptions. Troy Durden ran for two touchdowns for Central Catholic (7-0, 4-0 TRAC). Fremont Ross fell