Jordan Strack, WTOL 11

Jordan Strack

WTOL 11

Toledo, OH, United States

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Past articles by Jordan:

Raising Cane's Perrysburg location opening Tuesday

You can win free Cane's for a year at tomorrow's grand opening. → Read More

Browns first preseason game won’t air on WTOL this week due to NFL TV rules

This decision was made at the NFL-level and we wish we could offer a better explanation. → Read More

Northwest Ohio native Grace VanSlooten to play for USA Women's U18 National Team

VanSlooten, an Oregon commit, was one of 12 players selected to represent her country on one of the highest stages. → Read More

'There is strength in saying goodbye' | BGSU basketball player steps away from the court to focus on mental health

After two seasons with the Bowling Green State University Falcons, Lewis stepped away from the sport she's known all her life to focus on her mental health. → Read More

Toledo native Tycen Anderson ready for NFL Draft

The former Rocket will spend draft night with family in his hometown. → Read More

Rockets fall in Elite 8 of WNIT

Toledo finishes one of the best seasons in program history at 29-6. → Read More

Temperance man breaks seventh Guinness World Record

Anthony Miracola has the Guinness World Record for most free throws in one minute while standing on one leg. He made 72 and smashed the old record of 49. → Read More

Ben Morrison to continue family tradition at University of Findlay

The Rossford senior will be the fourth member of his family to play for the Oilers. → Read More

Athlete of the Week: Delani Robinson of Lake High School

Robinson scored 41 points in a win over Carey which tied the school record set by herself last season. → Read More

Raising Cane's coming soon to former French Quarter location in Perrysburg Township

The popular chicken establishment also has a location in Sandusky. → Read More

Athlete of the Week: Mason Oliver of Elmwood High School

Oliver rushed for 355 yards and four touchdowns in the Royals first win over Eastwood in 20 years. → Read More

Toledo Mud Hens part ways with manager

Tom Prince will not return next season. The Mud Hens went 74-56 this season and won a division title. → Read More

Athlete of the Week: Kaden Holmes of Fremont Ross High School

Holmes burst onto the scene last year, but this season is putting up video game numbers for the Little Giants. → Read More

Perrysburg's Tanner Dickinson likely to be selected in NHL draft

18-year-old Dickinson is one of three hockey players in northwest Ohio who have a shot at joining the NHL. → Read More

Local hockey talent training together in northwest Ohio

Big roster of Toledo-area hockey talent looks to turn pro soon and recall coming up on the ice together. → Read More

Anthony Stacey named new Whitmer boys basketball coach

Anthony Stacey will leave his spot as an assistant coach at BGSU to return to coaching high school basketball. The hiring is awaiting Washington Local School OK. → Read More

Mr. Fremont making people smile amid pandemic

Even during a pandemic, Jay Cullen remains a bright spot in the community → Read More

Preparations still underway for Marathon Classic as coronavirus concerns loom

The tournament director says they'll need a decision from the LPGA by early June. → Read More

OHSAA officially cancels winter sports tournaments; local coaches react

Tough decisions still remain for OHSAA Executive Director Jerry Snodgrass as spring sports remain in limbo. → Read More

Kendall Braden looking to be next great girls basketball player in Northwest Ohio

Braden, who is only in 8th grade, has gotten the attention of every high school coach in our area. → Read More