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Business name:
Roses & Ribbons Floral & Gifts
Address:
122 E. Main St
City:
Leipsic
State:
Ohio
Zip Code:
45856
Phone number:
(419) 943-2030
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Flowers and Gifts News

May 3, 2016

South sweeps Classic all-star games

I’m hoping to hook up with in the summer and work out with.” The North had two of five OSU recruits playing, offensive lineman Gavin Cupp (Leipsic) and tight end Luke Farrell (Perry). Both were significant contributors and will be roommates as Buckeyes. Cupp was asked if he’s a fan of the NFL draft. “I love it,” he said. “Like (OSU) coach (Urban) Meyer said, it’s a three-hour advertisement on why you should go to the Ohio State program. Do I think about the draft? I don’t look at it like that. I love Ohio State. I’m just trying to get out of high school right now.” South defensive lineman Cain Madden (Minford) was the game MVP. Offensive MVPs were the South’s Neriah Brooks (Reading) and the North’s Jeremy Miller (Norwayne). Defensive MVPs were Rian Anderson (Hartley) of the South and Chase Gore (Bellevue) of the North. • The games are sponsored by the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association. Players were nominated and selected by association members. This was the fourth straight year Dayton has hosted the Classic. “It’s a lot of work but you find something that you love to do and you go do it,” said Classic director Steve Channell, the head coach at Miamisburg. “I just love working with kids and high school football.” ... (Dayton Daily News)

Dec 30, 2015

O'Connor, Simpson top stories of 2015

Tamarac Golf Club in 2012, said he was losing money on Hawthorne Hills and that maintenance costs were too high. The saga of Leipsic offensive lineman Gavin Cupp verbally committing to play football for Ohio State is the No. 7 story. Cupp originally committed to Michigan State. But after he worked out at Ohio State’s Friday Night Lights recruiting event, MSU coach Mark Dantonio pulled his scholarship offer. After a few nervous days, Ohio State offered Cupp a scholarship and he accepted. The No. 8 story is the sustained excellence in three sports of the girls in the senior class of 2015 at Bath High School. During their four years in high school, Bath’s seniors won a state championship (2014 softball), reached the state semifinals in two other sports (2014 soccer, 2012 basketball) and played in three other basketball regionals, two other soccer regionals and two other softball regionals. Similarly, Ottawa-Glandorf was state runner-up in girls basketball and girls soccer during the 2014-2015 school year. The resignation of successful but sometimes controversial Elida football coach Jason Carpenter is the No. 9 story. Carpenter, who had a 6-4 record this season and a 47-50 career record at Elida, agreed to resign at the end of the season after being suspended two game for what the school described as “contact with a student’s helmet” during a game. The No. 10 story is one that seems to appear on this list every year. The Midwest Athletic Conference won more state championships in 2015. Five of them, to be exact. Coldwater won its fourth Division V football state championship in a row and Fort Recovery won its first in Division VII. Versailles won the Division III girls basketball state championship. And Coldwater’s boys and girls won Division II...

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