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Thursday, December 14, 2017
 
  • Offense leads Ponderosa in victory over Pioneer
    Four players combined for 13 hits on Tuesday as Ponderosa Steakhouse defeated Pioneer Packaging 21-7 in Portland Junior League’s Rookie baseball action.
  • PG-14 clinches the top seed
    PG-14 clinched the top seed in Willie Mays division of Portland Junior League with a 6-3 victory over Portland Optimist.
  • Williams Auto Parts gets 20-12 victory
    Four players collected three hits apiece as Williams Auto Parts picked up a 20-12 victory over Pioneer Packaging on Thursday in Portland Junior League’s Rookie baseball division.
  • WINCHESTER — The Fort Recovery Eels summer swim team moved to 3-0 on the year Tuesday as it finished first in a three-team meet with Union City and host Randolph County.
  • Inman U-Loc gets win over PG-14
    Inman U-Loc eked out a 7-6 victory over PG-14 on Monday in Willie Mays action of Portland Junior League.
  • Hits aplenty in Williams' win
    The bats came alive Thursday night as Williams Auto Parts defeated All Circuit Electrical 21-5 in Portland Junior League’s Rookie baseball division.
  • Gillum, Young lead in victory
    Olivia Gillum and Emily Young had five hits apiece as Display Craft edged Jay County REMC on Wednesday in Rookie softball action of Portland Junior League.
  • Lugar leads in win
    Savannah Lugar had three singles and drove in three runs as Jay County Therapeutics defeated Crossroads Financial Federal Credit Union 18-17 on Tuesday in Portland Junior League’s Minor softball division.
  • Grand slam lifts PG-14
    Ryne Goldsworthy hit a grand slam Monday, helping PG-14 to a 10-2 victory over Inman U-Loc in Portland Junior League’s Willie Mays division.
  • Wenks lead Kiwanis in win
    Bryce Wenk hit a home run and Austin Curtis had four hits as Kiwanis edged Portland Optimist 10-9 on Friday in Portland Junior League’s Willie Mays division.
  • Bright, Randall lead in victory
    Olivia Bright and Breanna Randall combined to drive in 11 runs as Jay County Monument roughed up Masonic Lodge 26-11 on Thursday in Portland Junior League’s Major softball division.



  • Patriots close with victory
    The Patriots ended the regular season in the same fashion they’ve played most of the year.
  • Inman tops Lions
    Four players each had two hits as Inman U-Loc earned a 9-4 victory Thursday over Portland Lions Club in Willie Mays action of Portland Junior League.
  • SA tandem reaches final
    FORT WAYNE — Their team is done, but a pair of Starfires march on.
  • South Adams reaches .500
    BERNE — The Starfires doubled their way to a .500 record.
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