>>High School Baseball
Midwest Athletic Conference
#6 Coldwater (12-4) 10 New Bremen (9-9) 0 - 6 innings
St Henry (10-10) 2 #15 Delphos St Johns (11-7) 0
Parkway (8-7) 4 #9 Fort Recovery (11-6) 0 - 9 innings
Minster (13-6) 6 Marion Local (9-12) 2
Versailles (13-6) 13 New Knoxville (5-8) 0 - 5 innings
Northwest Central Conference
Temple Christian (5-6) 8 Hardin Northern (4-17) 6
#4 Lehman Catholic (17-2) 13 #18 Riverside (11-9) 3 - 6 innings
Perry (10-5) 11 Upper Scioto Valley(7-11) 8
Ridgemont (13-4) 22 Waynesfield-Goshen (0-15) 7
Paulding (8-7) 22 Ada (3-17) 1 - 5 innings
Delphos Jefferson (13-8) 5 Bluffton (7-9) 4
Crestview (10-4) 8 Columbus Grove (8-6) 1
Spencerville (9-10) 6 Lincolnview (5-12) 2
Putnam County League
Leipsic (14-4) 17 Fort Jennings (4-11) 0 - 5 innings
Elida (6-15) 1 Miller City (10-4) 0
Greenville 5 #15 Celina (14-4) 3
Toledo Central Catholic (9-2) 4 #11 Defiance (11-6) 3
Kalida (8-8) 10 Ottawa-Glandorf (13-4) 0 - 5 innings
Findlay (5-11) 9 Shawnee (7-14) 6
#10 Lima Central Catholic(12-6) 11 Allen East (7-8) 5
Continental (3-11) 11 Ottoville (3-10) 6
>>High School Softball
Midwest Athletic Conference
Coldwater (13-6) 5 #4 New Bremen (14-2) 3
#9 Parkway (12-1) 10 Fort Recovery (3-14) 0
Minster (15-4) 7 Marion Local (7-9) 0
Paulding (5-9) 11 Ada (11-8) 4
Bluffton (10-5) 14 Delphos Jefferson (3-15) 4
Columbus Grove (12-1) 4 #8 Crestview (8-10) 3
Spencerville (11-7) 16 Lincolnview (4-7) 11
Putnam County League
Miller City (5-7) 12 Kalida (2-12) 1 - 5 innings
Shawnee (9-7) 5 Findlay 3 (13-4)
Van Wert (7-7) 13 Ottoville (0-9) 3 - 5 innings
Allen East (11-3) 13 Lima Central Catholic (3-12) 4
Ottawa-Glandorf (4-11) 16 Arlington (8-9) 4 - 6 innings
>>Browns Select Myles Garrett With Top Pick
(Philadelphia, PA) -- The 2017 NFL Draft kicked off with the Browns selecting Texas A&M edge rusher Myles Garrett with the top-overall pick in Philadelphia. The 21-year-old played for the Aggies for three seasons. He had 31 sacks and 47 tackles for a loss during his career. Garrett was a first-team All-American for his sophomore and junior seasons.
>>Browns Make Two More Picks In First Round
(Philadelphia, OH) -- The excitement didn't end for the Browns after the first pick. Cleveland made two trades. The Browns moved down from 12th-overall to 25th in a deal with the Texans. Cleveland used that pick on Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers and added Houston's 2018 first rounder. They jumped back into the end of the first round to pick tight end David Njoku out of Miami at 29. The Browns acquired the slot from the Packers.
>>Browns Day Two And Three Preview
(Philadelphia, PA) -- The Browns have another seven picks over the next two days. Cleveland picks 52nd overall in the second round and has the first pick in the third tonight. Tomorrow, the Browns have three fifth rounders and two in the sixth.
>>Bengals Draft Ross At Nine
(Philadelphia, PA) -- The Bengals made a bit of a surprise pick in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia. Cincinnati added wide receiver John Ross out of Washington with the ninth-overall pick. Ross is a speedster to put across from A.J. Green. He had 81 catches for 1,150 yards and 17 receiving TDs last season.
>>Bengals Day Two And Three Preview
(Philadelphia, PA) -- The 2017 NFL Draft continues tonight and wraps up tomorrow. Cincinnati has two picks, 41st overall in the second round and 73rd in the third round. It's the ninth slot in the respective rounds. The Bengals close out their draft with eight picks in rounds four through seven on Saturday. They have two selections in each round.
>>Browns Take Myles Garrett First Overall
(Philadelphia, PA) -- The first round of the NFL Draft in Philadelphia is in the books. The Cleveland Browns made Texas A&M pass rusher Myles Garrett the first-overall pick. The Chicago Bears then traded up one spot with the San Francisco 49ers to take North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky second. The 49ers then selected Stanford defensive lineman Solomon Thomas at number-three. LSU running back Leonard Fournette went fourth overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Tennessee Titans took Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis at number-five. The Kansas City Chiefs traded up 17 spots with the Buffalo Bills to snag Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes with the 10th pick. The Houston Texans swung a deal with Cleveland to move up from 25th to 12th, where they took Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson. The draft continues Friday with rounds two and three. The three-day event wraps up with rounds four through seven on Saturday.
>>Ohio State Draft Recap
(Philadelphia, PA) -- Ohio State had three players selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia. Cornerback Marshon Lattimore went 11 to the Saints. Safety Malik Hooker was selected 15th by the Colts and the Raiders took corner Gareon Conley at 24. Wide receiver Noah Brown, center Pat Elflein, linebacker Raekwon McMillan and hybrid running back-wide receiver Curtis Samuel are expected to get picked today or tomorrow.
>>Reds Activate Mesoraco
(Cincinnati, OH) -- The Reds are hoping their lineup gets a boost. Catcher Devin Mesoraco was activated from the disabled list yesterday. Reliever Barrett Astin was sent down to the minors. Mesoraco has only played in 39 games since 2014, dealing with shoulder and hip surgeries.
>>Reds At Cardinals
(St. Louis, MO) -- The Reds open a three-game series with the Reds tonight at Busch Stadium. Cincinnati is 10-and-12. Tim Adleman starts for the Reds opposite the Cards' Lance Lynn.
>>Indians Overtake Astros
(Cleveland, OH) -- Francisco Lindor slugged a go-ahead, two-run homer in the seventh inning to lift the Indians to a 4-3 win over the Astros in Cleveland. Corey Kluber struck out 10 over seven innings of three-run ball to improve to 3-and-1. Edwin Encarnacion and Abraham Almonte also homered for Tribe, which is 7-and-2 in its last nine games.
>>Indians Host Mariners
(Cleveland, OH) -- The Indians begin a three-game series with the Mariners tonight at Progressive Field. Cleveland is 12-and-9. Carlos Carrasco, who is 2-and-1, starts for the Indians opposite Seattle's Ariel Miranda.
(Detroit, MI) -- The Tigers were clipped by the Seattle Mariners 2-1 yesterday at Comerica Park. Starting pitcher Justin Verlander did not figure in the decision, surrendering one run on five hits while striking out eight in seven innings. Francisco Rodriguez picked up his second loss of the season after giving up one run on two hits in the top of the ninth. Tyler Collins went three-for-three at the plate and scored the only run for Detroit in the sixth. The Tigers host the Chicago White Sox for a three-game weekend series starting tonight. Matthew Boyd heads to the hill for Detroit in the opener, while Chicago counters with former Tiger Mike Pelfrey.