Oct 172014
 
Maumee Girls Volleyball Team Picks Up Win Before Postseason

BY TYLER ABNER | MIRROR SPORTS — With the sectional volleyball tournament about to begin, Maumee won one of three games last week. The Panthers defeated Napoleon in straight sets on October 7 before losing to Perrysburg on October 9 and Rossford last Saturday. MHS 3, Napoleon 0 Maumee won the match against the Wildcats, . . . Read More

Oct 172014
 
Springfield Routs Maumee In NLL Boys Soccer Finale

BY ROB KOLUCH | MIRROR SPORTS — The Maumee boys soccer team took the field on October 7 for its final home game of the season and faced a tough opponent in the Springfield Blue Devils. The Panthers came out strong, keeping the game competitive for the first half but ultimately succumbing to Springfield, 8-2. . . . Read More

Oct 172014
 
Former Cedar Creek Pastor To Launch New Church In Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — When Steven Whitlow entered his freshman year at Hillsdale College, his focus was on international business and political science, and his goal was to become a billionaire or maybe president of the United States. “Isn’t that the goal for most college freshmen?” he recently laughed. The 28-year-old, however, . . . Read More

Oct 172014
 
Checklist For Fall Garden And Landscape Care

BY MELINDA MYERS | GARDEN COLUMNIST — You can see and feel the change of seasons: Fall color is starting to appear; pansies, mums and asters are in the garden center and your thoughts are turning to preparing your landscape for winter. Those in warm climates are switching to winter annuals, while those in colder . . . Read More