The Truckers have a lot of obstacles in the way, but are also 13-4 in their last 17 games. But will there be enough from many new faces to be in position to win the SBC Lake in February?
Plymouth showed grit and determination in clawing its way back in a boys basketball game Friday night. Down 30-13 to St. Paul, Plymouth rallied for a 67-65 win in a Firelands Conference thriller.
The Norwalk Truckers defeated visiting Tiffin Columbian 54-42 in the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division opener Friday.
St. Paul used a big run at the end of the second quarter to top the Monroeville Eagles, 72-33, in Firelands Conference girls basketball action Saturday.
Western Reserve, Willard and Bellevue girls claim wins; Plymouth wrestling second at Arcadia
One night after coughing up a big lead, the Flyers dominate from start to finish in 66-29 win over visiting Fremont St. Joseph on Saturday in Norwalk
Brandon Haraway returns to lead balanced scoring attack in 63-43 win at Mansfield Madison on Saturday
Lady Flyers (5-0, 2-0) big second quarter scoring run led to 72-33 win over Monroeville on Saturday in a Firelands Conference game in Norwalk
Truckers (1-1, 1-0) never trailed after scoring their first basket of the game in 54-42 win on Friday over the Tornadoes at Norwalk High School
South Central cruises past Monroeville to remain unbeaten; Edison and Bellevue fall in SBC openers on Friday
Big Red trailed 15-2 and 30-13 in the first half of a 67-65 win over the Flyers in the Firelands Conference opener in Norwalk
Trailing 34-30 with just over a minute left, the Lady Flyers scored seven straight points to win 37-34 in the FC opener over the Big Red on Thursday
South Central girls top Monroeville; Willard boys improved to 2-1 with road win at Carey
After helping volleyball team to a regional championship and signing with Div. I Towson University, Lydia Wiers has helped the Willard basketball team to a strong start — and has eyes on state track in the spring
Jeff Thomas helped NCAA Div. I Georgia State rally from 22 down to win at Alabama, while Ben Haraway and Ashland are ranked in top 20 in Div. II. The two cousins are 2014 Norwalk graduates.