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Sports

August, 2017

  • 31 August

    Generals Run Over St. Francis For 44-7 Victory In Glass Bowl

    BY JOEL SENSENIG | MIRROR SPORTS — Senior Max Guitteau ran for three scores and sophomore Ezra Scott tallied two more as the Anthony Wayne football team dominated in a 44-7 win over St. Francis deSales last Friday in the season opener at The University of Toledo’s Glass Bowl. Junior …

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  • 24 August

    Anthony Wayne Boys Soccer Team Finishes Strong In 4-1 Win Over Hudson

    BY JOEL SENSENIG | MIRROR SPORTS — The Anthony Wayne boys soccer team showed flashes of its potential as it opened the season with a 4-1 win over visiting Hudson last Saturday. Senior forward Caleb Gibbons – back playing for the Generals for the first time since his freshman year …

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  • 17 August

    Maumee Boys Soccer No Longer Under The Radar In 2017

    BY ANDY ROWER | MIRROR SPORTS — With 13 varsity players returning off last year’s 11-7-2 district finalist team, expectations remain very high for Maumee boys soccer in 2017. “Yeah, we’re bringing back a few,” said Maumee boys soccer coach Doug Everhart. “It’s really nice. If you look at our …

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  • 17 August

    AW Volleyball Eyes Repeat NLL Title Run

    BY JOEL SENSENIG | MIRROR SPORTS — Between 2002 and last fall, the Anthony Wayne volleyball team waited 14 years between Northern Lakes League championships. One could hardly fault coach Norm McGhee if he believes the Generals may have a much shorter wait before the next one. “I’m feeling very …

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  • 10 August

    Maumee Returns Top Five For 2017 Girls Tennis Season

    BY ANDY ROWER | MIRROR SPORTS — Following a seven-win season last year, Maumee’s girls tennis team has begun 2017 with a renewed sense of optimism. “Although the team is small with only nine girls coming out, the skill level is higher than in years past,” said fifth-year Maumee girls …

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