Rogers girls win City League title

Clay's Garrett Gray pins Elmyria's TJ Halstead in the 285 lb final.

The Rogers girls basketball team did what was expected of them on Saturday, winning their first City League championship 70-50 over Waite. Junior Cha'Ron Sweeney led the way with 31 points.

"[The] girls workd really hard for this, they wanted to bring it home for the school because it's never been done," said Rogers head coach Lamar Smith.

"To be a part of a school that just made history for the first time, it's really special," Cha'Ron Sweeney said.

High school District hockey playoffs continued at Tam-O-Shanter. Whitmer won the early game 4-3 over Southview, and Anthony Wayne defeated Clay 8-2.

Speaking of Clay, the Oregon high school played host to the Division I District wrestling tournament. The host school came out the overall winner.

Finally, at BGSU's natatorium, District swimming concluded.