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Claydia Sutherland, 12, an Ojibway-Cree from Toledo, dances in the circle in during the pow-wow.

Woodland Indian Celebration

The 14th annual Woodland Indian Celebration, sponsored by the Black Swamp InterTribal Foundation, concluded on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Perrysburg. Native Americans from throughout the region join to share some of their culture, history, and music in Buttonwood Park along the Maumee River.

9/25/2016

Southview's Maddy Crandall and Perrysburg's Addie Graham vie for the ball during second half of the Yellow Jackets' 1-0 victory.

IN PICTURES: Perrysburg edges Southview

The Perrysburg girls soccer team stayed unbeaten thanks to a late goal during a 1-0 victory against Southview on Wednesday, September 21, 2016.

9/21/2016

Springfield's Bryant Koback looks to evade Perrysburg's Tim Selhorst in the second quarter.

IN PICTURES: Springfield 48, Perrysburg 17

Springfield snapped Perrysburg's 23-game Northern Lakes League winning streak with a 48-17 home win on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, as Bryant Koback ran for 374 yards and six touchdowns on 29 carries.

9/16/2016

Perrysburg receiver Noah Lenz tries to elude Whitmer's Larry Patterson.

IN PICTURES: Whitmer 52, Perrysburg 24

Whitmer snapped Perrysburg's 29-game regular-season winning streak in convincing fashion on Friday, Sept. 9, 2016, with a 52-24 road win.

9/10/2016

Perrysburg's Morgan Bunde (6) and Kathleen Beer (16) hit the ball against Bowling Green's Kendal Glandorff during a volleyball match at Perrysburg. The Bobcats won 3-1.

IN PICTURES: Bowling Green at Perrysburg volleyball

Bowling Green High School rallied from a set down to take a 3-1 win in volleyball action at Perrysburg on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016.

9/6/2016

Riders take part in the Perrysburg Slow Roll.

Perrysburg Slow Roll

A weekly community bike ride that takes place Monday evenings, the Perrysburg Slow Roll started in May with just over 20 riders showing up for the cruise through Perrysburg. It's grown larger with each subsequent ride, and saw over 100 participants recently.

8/1/2016


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