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Sponsor a ‘Shout Out’ for your Fall Student-Athlete!

The Athletic Boosters are now accepting student ads for the fall athletic programs!  Follow the link to download an order form and return no later than Friday, August 4th to guarantee publication in the first edition.  A quarter-page ad is $45 and an 1/8-page ad is $25.  

Who should your NBA team pick in the first round? – Presented by VNN

This Thursday in Brooklyn, the thirty teams that make up the NBA will select who they hope could be the future of their franchises in the NBA Draft. Starting with the Philadelphia 76ers (who acquired the top pick from Boston last week), months of scouting, workouts, and interviews culminate with the five minutes that each […]

2017-18 Preseason Parent Meetings

Parents and student-athletes are required to attend at least one pre-season meeting prior to sports participation during the 2017-18 school year.  At the pre-season meeting, you will view the OHSAA’s presentation, discuss season expectations and eligibility requirements, learn about sports passes and participation fees, receive game/practice schedules, and meet with the coaching staff of your son/daughter’s sport(s), to […]

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Order Your Championship Baseball Attire Today!

 Interested in celebrating our baseball team’s 2017 run in the Division II State  Tournament?  Order your attire from Team Sports by June 18th!  Click here   to order!

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Should High School Basketball Players Be Able to Declare for the NBA Draft? – Presented by VNN

As Americans, we tend to fall in love with our rising stars who are breaking out on the national stage at a young age.  At 18, all eyes were on Patrick Kane as he started his professional hockey career with the Chicago Blackhawks. Nobody blinked twice when MLB’s Bryce Harper was selected to the National League […]

Event Recap: Week of May 27 – June 2

Saturday, May 27th No event results Sunday, May 28th No event results Monday, May 29th No event results Tuesday, May 30th No event results Wednesday, May 31st No event results Thursday, Jun 1st Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Tallmadge High School N/A Friday, Jun 2nd No event results

Maumee Athletes Earn All-League Honors

Congratulations to all Maumee spring athletes on their respective seasons, and, to the seniors, on their careers.  The following student-athletes were honored at the League and/or District level, some via a vote of the coaches’ association while others earned it through competition.   Baseball Northern Lakes League First Team Tyler Archambeau, Catcher Matt Burkett, […]

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Fan’s Guide to the Baseball State Tournament

Heading to Columbus to cheer on the Panthers?  Here are a few things to keep in mind: Directions Once in Columbus, head south on 315 to I-670 east and exit at Neil Avenue.  Turn right at the intersection onto Neil Avenue.  Huntington Park is about 1/2 mile on the right. Parking Huntington Park does not […]

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Vote for Ohio’s Top Record-Breaking Performance – Presented by VNN

Jeff Petkac – Berea-Midpark Baseball, earlier this season Jeff threw17 strikeouts in a single game. This is now the record for the most strikeouts thrown in single game by a Berea-Midpark pitcher.  Christian Orr – Clay HS Christian set a plethora of records for the Eagles the records had been held for about 16 years. […]

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Baseball beats Lexington High School 2-0; Advances to State Semifinals

Friday, May 26, 2017 5:00 PM Maumee High School AWAY 2 Lexington High School HOME 0 Game Recap Tyler Archambeau didn’t allow a single run as Maumee Panthers Varsity defeated Lexington 2-0 on Friday as the Panthers clinched a birth into the state tournament for the first time since 2001. Archambeau allowed just three hits […]

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