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Kewpee Holiday Classic coming this weekend

The Lima Senior Athletic Department will host the annual Kewpee Holiday Classic Friday, Dec. 15 and Saturday, Dec. 16, in the Lima Senior Gymnasium. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets will be available at the door only. The schedule is listed below.   Location Lima Senior High School   Schedule Friday,

Basketball dinners with Coach Q

The Lima Senior High School Basketball Program will begin holding Spartan Basketball Dinners with Coach Quincey Simpson at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 27, at The Met in downtown Lima. The dinners will be held each Monday at the same time and place throughout this year’s basketball season. Come out to hear Coach Q talk about

Lacrosse coming to Lima Senior

Lima Senior High School is adding lacrosse to its offerings beginning this spring. Nate Garlock, the district’s director of safety and security, will be the boys head coach. He has 10 years or coaching experience. Alphonso Townsend will serve as his assistant. Hunter Vermillion, who is currently the middle school soccer coach, will coach the

Coach Halliday talks Lady Spartan Hoops

Lady Spartan Basketball begins this week and we have Coach Vince Halliday to talk about his team and the upcoming season. Click here.

Coach Q talks Spartan Hoops

Lima Senior Basketball is almost here! Coach Q talks about the upcoming season and about this weekend’s Foundation Game and Nov. 24 Alumni Game. Click here.

Spartan football players earn TRAC, District, State honors

Two Lima Senior football players have earned All-State honors. Tight End Keaton Upshaw has been named to the Second Team and Defensive Back Kevontae Tyson earned Honorable Mention. Upshaw and Tyson were also named First Team in the All-Northwest Ohio District. Second Team honors went to  Running Back Xavier Nichols and Defensive Lineman Brandon Taylor. Receiver Jaleel King earned Honorable Mention.

Week 10 Chat with Coach Griffin

The Spartans finish the season on the road Friday at Oregon Clay. Coach Griffin talks about that matchup and the future of Lima Senior football. Click here.

8th-grade football wins another championship

For the second consecutive year, the Lima City Schools eighth-grade football team took home the league championship trophy. The team beat Findlay 48-24 to win this year’s title. The seventh-grade team also beat Findlay, giving them the No. 3 spot in the league. The final score was 50-0.