Week 15 (12/7)
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FINDLAY — The Kenton Middle School wrestling team finished 1-5 at the Findlay Donnell Duals on Saturday.
The Wildcats defeated Lima 54-24, but lost to Washington 21-70, Archbold 18-39, Donnell 28-52 and Glenwood 24-66.
BELLEFONTAINE — The Ben Logan seventh grade girls basketball team suffered its first setback of the season, falling to Bellefontaine 18-9 on Monday night.
Haleigh Brentlinger scored 4 four points to lead the Raiders.
While the Kenton girls basketball team came into Saturday’s game against Van Buren with a perfect record through four games, head coach Ryan Miller still had not seen the type of effort he had wanted to out of his team.
BUCYRUS — Noah Eikenbary finished in second in his weight class and Riley Castle was fourth to lead the Kenton wrestling team at the Bucyrus Invitational on Saturday.
ADA – Ottoville outscored Ada 9-5 in the fourth quarter to tie the game and then outscored the Bulldogs by a point in overtime to edge Ada 57-56 in a non-conference boys basketball game on Saturday night.
ADA — The No. 19-ranked Ohio Northern women’s basketball team ground out a 63-54 victory over Mount Union Saturday afternoon at the ONU Sports Center to stay perfect on the season.
WAYNESFIELD — Ben Logan grabbed a lead early and held off a second half Waynesfield-Goshen rally to pull out a 48-45 non-conference boys basketball victory Saturday night.
McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley took control early and was never challenged on the way to a 61-27 win over McComb in a non-league girls basketball game on Saturday afternoon.
MOUNT VICTORY — The Ridgemont girls basketball team scored a 43-34 non-conference victory over Mount Gilead on Saturday. The win lifts the Gophers to 5-1 overall on the season. Priscilla Howland led all scorers with 20 points and also pulled down 12 rebounds. Meadow Cromer pitched in with eight points, eight rebounds and five steals. The Gophers will be at …
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office named its state-of-the-art training and meeting room after a man who was the driving force in developing the former Army Reserve Post into the Jacob Parrott Safety Center.
Russell Ludwig was one of the three county commissioners, along with Gerald Potter and the late Jerry Cross, who were seated when the U.S. Army announced the reserve center on South Main Street in Kenton was to be closed.
Kenton is close to having its share of funding for a school resource officer for Kenton City Schools.
During a city finance committee meeting Monday evening, the panel identified about $14,500 in possible budget cuts to support the city’s cost of $17,500 for the officer.
A draft policy to establish a random student drug testing program was distributed to members of the Kenton Board of Education at its meeting Monday night.
It calls for the random drug testing of students in grades 9-12 to participate in any one of the following: