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LIBERTY CENTER — In a close match, Napoleon’s ability to pin more opponents than the Tigers proved the difference in the Henry County dual Thursday in The Jungle.

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The Lady Cats have been working hard on shooting recently. That extra practice paid off in a big way Thursday night, as Napoleon sank 10 3-pointers and pulled away from invading Bowling Green for a 57-40 Northern Lakes League win in the Grand Canyon.

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HAMLER — Patrick Henry scored a memorable bucket on its home floor to open Thursday’s intra-county rivalry game with Liberty Center.

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HOLGATE — Holgate allowed just two points in the first half and raced to a 47-20 win over Fayette in Buckeye Border Conference action Thursday.

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FAYETTE — Trailing 16-4 after the first period, Holgate turned to its defense to rally for a 35-32 Buckeye Border Conference win Friday night at Fayette High School.

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LIBERTY CENTER — There were only a few spotty open seats in the crowd for Friday’s intra-county, league rivalry boys basketball game at Liberty Center between Patrick Henry and the Tigers.

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COLUMBUS – Ohio State football coach Ryan Day answered questions for nearly 50 minutes on Wednesday in his first press conference since the Buckeyes’ 42-41 loss to Georgia in a College Football playoff semifinal in the Peach Bowl on New Year’s Eve.

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MAUMEE — Napoleon dominated an overmatched Panthers squad in a Northern Lakes League dual meet Wednesday night at Maumee High School.

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It’s Tiger Weekend for Patrick Henry, as both the boys and girls basketball teams face off against Liberty Center and Holgate for three-straight days, starting tonight.

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BOWLING GREEN — Trailing by 11 with seven minutes remaining, Napoleon rallied to tie the game at 63 to force overtime. The Wildcats outscored Bowling Green 16-11 in the extra period for a 79-74 Northern Lakes League win Tuesday night at Bowling Green High School.

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Napoleon split with Northern Lakes League rival Perrysburg Monday afternoon at River City Bowl-A-Way, with the Lady Cats prevailing.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Fairview’s offense was as good as any team Liberty Center had faced this season, scoring nearly 62 points per game with several games above 70 points.

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Napoleon senior Alex Gyde (seated) recently signed a letter of intent to continue his water polo and education careers at Mercyhurst University. Standing (from left) are Ben Gyde (father), Melanie Gyde (mother) and Napoleon water polo coach Mike Nye.

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HAMLER — Patrick Henry did not allow a field goal in the first quarter and its offense was just as strong for four quarters en route to a 73-42 win over Archbold in Northwest Ohio Athletic League play Saturday.

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Area girls basketball teams had their state tournament-opening games and locations decided with the girls’ tournament draws Sunday afternoon.

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MARION — Liberty Center’s wrestling team earned a runner-up finish at the Sally George Invitational over the weekend at Marion Pleasant High School.

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SHERWOOD — Liberty Center built a double-digit lead in the first quarter and never relinquished its lead in scoring a 54-35 non-league win over Fairview Saturday.

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HAMLER — There wasn’t one single component of Patrick Henry’s game that stood out over the other Saturday, but it needed a strong, all-around performance after consecutive losses.

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Napoleon built a nine-point halftime lead over Maumee and raced to a 58-36 Northern Lakes League win Friday night at Napoleon High School.

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Napoleon dropped just one of 14 matches during Thursday’s dual match with Liberty-Benton en route to a 63-6 win at Napoleon High School.

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BRYAN — Liberty Center’s bowling teams lost both sets of Baker games Friday, but did well enough in match play to hold off Bryan for a pair of wins at Bryan Lanes.

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ANTWERP — Holgate scored just one basket in each the first and fourth quarters and fell to the host Archers 47-26 Tuesday night in high school boys basketball action.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center’s girls entered Tuesday’s non-league game knowing Hicksville’s 6-foot senior would not play and that their biggest game of the season was looming later in the week.

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Southview made six 3-pointers in the first half, five in the second quarter, and built a 5-point halftime lead Napoleon was never able to come back from during Tuesday’s Northern Lakes League contest in the Grand Canyon.

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The Patrick Henry archery team recently opened its season, finishing runner-up in both the high school and middle school divisions at the Hicksville Invitational. Top scorers for high school boys were Blake Rentz (281), along with Noah Keeran and Brenner Myers (271 each). Top prep girl was L…

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HAMLER — Tasked with attempting to snap a two-game losing skid, Patrick Henry was forced to do so in a disjointed, rhythmless game against Elmwood Monday.

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BOWLING GREEN — Napoleon’s bowling teams remained undefeated in the Northern Lakes League after sweeping Bowling Green Monday at Al-Mar Lanes.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center conceded its most first-quarter points of the season and trailed through the opening period for just the third time this season Saturday against Delta.

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HAMLER — Playing without its leading scorer for the season, Patrick Henry trailed Antwerp by three points entering the fourth quarter Saturday.

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Napoleon senior Sophia Altman recently signed a letter of intent to continue her soccer, track and field and education career at Trine University. Altman (seated, center) is flanked by her parents Bianca and Steve Altman. Standing are (from left) Ericha Freels (track coach), Kevin Milius (tr…

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HAMLER — One-loss Patrick Henry and three-win Bryan traded leads multiple times in the first quarter as the Golden Bears’ defense stymied PH early in Friday’s boys basketball game.

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Napoleon’s gymnastics team won both the beam and floor exercises at Friday’s triangular meet with Findlay and Patrick Henry, holding off the Trojans for the win.

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HOLGATE — After picking up their first win of the season on the road Tuesday, the Tigers used a second-half surge to pick up their second-straight win ... this time in front of the home crowd Friday evening.

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Liberty Center’s girls bowling team trailed a strong Wauseon team through match play and won just one Baker game, but nabbed 214 pins in its one Baker win and rallied for a 2,240-2,203 win Friday at River City Bowl-A-Way.

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SWANTON — After suffering a pair of league losses to start the Northwest Ohio Athletic League season, Liberty Center posted a huge win over Swanton 45-34 Friday night.