Centerburg graduate Nate Stillman, 18, was competing in CrossFit at the Arnold Classic in Columbus, when he found a professional wrestling camp, Ohio Pro Wrestling Academy, and his life’s ambition.
Former Mount Vernon High School pitcher Madi Drabick, who completed her sophomore year at Ohio Wesleyan this month, is still going strong as she heads into summer. In June, she will be stepping into the circle in Italy, representing her country as a member of the U.S. team in a sports and education opportunity called American International Sports Teams (AIST).
The sixth-seeded Highland Scots and the ninth-seeded Granville Blue Aces came to Knox County to battle for a berth in the OHSAA Baseball Division II Central District Final. The Blue Aces, lifted by a 6-run second inning and some timely hitting throughout, ended the Scots’ season, winning 10-6, in their District semifinal matchup Tuesday at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
It was a dream that the No. 3-seeded Utica Redskins had since the end of last season — Beat the Cardington Pirates. The top-seeded Pirates put an abrupt end to the Redskins’ season in 2018, but for a while, it looked like 2019 was Utica’s turn to shine.