April 30, 2016

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Congrats to all the Student Athletes!

Grizzlies celebrate state title at school assembly

Now that the Wadsworth High School girls basketball team has stamped “mission accomplished” on its 2015-16 season with a state championship, coach Andrew Booth made a request of Mayor Robin Laubaugh on Monday morning. “I think the mayor has some pull with the city streets department,” Booth said to the school student body during a Read More…

Postak has memorable week, seeing son take first steps before coaching Wadsworth to state title

COLUMBUS — Smiles and tears of joy flowed from players, fans and coaches following a 60-51 Division I state final win by Wadsworth’s girls basketball team over Mason. There wasn’t a bigger smile than the moonbeam coming from Grizzlies assistant coach Mark Postak. While it was the second title for the longtime assistant, Saturday put Read More…

Members of ’97 Wadsworth state title team welcome current Grizzlies to the club

COLUMBUS — Wadsworth Nation isn’t just a saying, it’s reality. A school rich in tradition and spirit, there really isn’t much that compares to the army of fans that supports its alma mater and area athletes. That area spreads for thousands of miles and was on display Saturday during the Division I state title game Read More…

Wadsworth welcomes home state champs

A photo of the 2015-16 Wadsworth High School state champion girls basketball team that was posted on social media overnight received more than 29,000 visits in about 12 hours, said Tom Stugmyer of Wadsworth Community Radio. But on Sunday afternoon, an estimated 500 people wanted much more than an electronic image. So they came to Read More…

Believe it: Wadsworth beats Mason for Division I state title

COLUMBUS — Sophia Fortner took the inbounds pass from Laurel Palitto with five seconds left Saturday night, standing alone and holding the ball as the Wadsworth faithful let out a deafening roar that permeated throughout Value City Arena. The crowd counted down the final seconds — four, three, two, one — and Fortner threw the Read More…