Maysville senior pitcher Madison Riggle has dominated on the softball field her entire career. As the state tournament nears, the Lady Panthers look to become the first Maysville softball team since 1985 to win a state championship. That team's pitcher, Pam Nicholas, holds a special bond with Riggle that's more important than any accolade or record.
Maysville graduate and current Ohio State shot put thrower JC Murasky has won this year's Big Ten outdoor track and field championships. Murasky finished with a final throw of 20.21 meters to win the event. Purdue sophomore Chukwuebuka Enekwechi finished second with a throw of 19.85 meters.
During his time at Ohio State, Murasky has been named an All-American twice, an All-Big Ten honoree twice, as well as being named Big Ten Athlete of the Week in April of 2016.
The Maysville baseball and softball teams took on West Muskingum and defeated the Tornadoes in both sports. The baseball team won 10-8 while softball won 10-0 in 5 innings. Senior hurler Madison Riggle threw a complete game while also belting a home run for the Lady Panthers.
Maysville senior Kaleigh Bennett signed an official letter of intent this morning to bowl collegiately at Wright State.
Bennett has had a stellar bowling career, including a top 20 finish in this year's state tournament. Bennett was named Honorable Mention All-Ohio this season after posting a score of 587 points in a 3-game series.
"As a freshman coming in it's going to be more work for me. I'm an anchor bowler on my team, but they say...
Ohio State redshirt senior and Maysville grad JC Murasky finished third in the shot put this afternoon at the indoor track and field championships. The senior's best throw was 20.03m.
In addition to his third place finish, Murasky was also named an All-American. Murasky was also named an All-American in 2015, becoming the first athlete to win the honor in back-to-back seasons since Dan Taylor in 2003-04
Maysville advances to the district final with a win over Steubenville 64-39 and Lakewood survives a scare with Independence as the Lady Lancers win 50-40. Morgan and Cambridge, however, both suffer losses and end their seasons
How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school girls basketball teams in the Associated Press polls, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):
DIVISION I 1, Wadsworth (15) 18-1 194 2, W. Chester Lakota W. (2) 19-1 178 3, Sidney (2) 20-0 165 4, Mason (1) 18-2 139 5, Pickerington Cent. 17-3 114 6, Canton McKinley 15-2 94 7, Powell Olentangy Liberty 18-2 70 8,...