Perfection. It is hard to do.
CANTON — It was a bittersweet day for a pair of Napoleon divers at the Division II State Girls Diving Championships Wednesday morning at Canton McKinley High School.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Juwan Howard refers to Zavier Simpson as the Tom Brady of Michigan basketball, with the point guard leading and directing the Wolverines.
HOLLAND — The first time the Lady Tigers and Lady Locomotives met on the hardwood, LC jumped out to a big lead and never looked back in a 60-31 win in The Jungle Jan. 14.
LINCOLNVIEW — Coldwater’s Kate Leichty went end to end for the game-winning lay-up with 2.2 seconds left on the clock lifting the Lady Cavaliers to a 47-46 comeback win over Patrick Henry Tuesday in the Division III sectional.
The St. Paul Lady Crusaders fifth- and sixth-grade girls basketball team were champions at the NWOLL 2020 Basketball Tournament held at Trinity Lutheran School in Toledo this past weekend. In their first game held on Friday night, the Lady Crusaders defeated the Trinity Lutheran Vikings, 33-…
The St. Paul Lutheran Lady Crusaders seventh- and eighth-grade girls basketball team won the championship at the NWOLL 2020 Basketball Tournament held at Trinity Lutheran School in Toledo this past weekend. In their first game on Saturday, the Lady Crusaders defeated the Monclova Christian A…
The St. Paul Lutheran seventh- and eighth-grade boys basketball team placed second at the NWOLL 2020 Basketball Tournament held at Trinity Lutheran School in Toledo this past weekend. In their opening game on Saturday, the Crusaders defeated the Trinity Lutheran Vikings, 41-21. In the champi…
The Napoleon Parks and Recreation Department honored the Swimming Pool Levy Committee with the 2019 Parks and Recreation Service Award. The committee spent countless hours meeting and campaigning to gain the support of the community. Members raised private funds for the campaign, including d…
HAMLER — Fort Jennings picked up their pressure defense in the second half and Holgate had no answer, as the Muskateers rallied for a 46-38 victory in the Division IV sectional tournament at Patrick Henry’s House of Heat Monday night.
The Patrick Henry Middle School seventh-grade boys basketball team recently won the Northwest Ohio Athletic League seventh-grade boys basketball tournament. Members of the Patriots are (front, from left) Ethan Nivison, Lane Jackson, Seth Woods and Dan Haas; (back) coach Dennis Brubaker, Jade…
Napoleon took third place and Patrick Henry’s Sarah Breece was the top individual qualifier at the Division II Girls Sectional Bowling Tournament Saturday at River City Bowl-A-Way.
LIBERTY CENTER — The Lady Bears raced to their locker room and erupted into raucous cheering that showed no sign of slowing down, even after coach Todd Grosjean retreated to the hallway after addressing his team.
HAMLER — Noah Tester scored a game-high 13 points, Connar Penrod added 11 and Wauseon rolled to a 48-22 win over Patrick Henry Friday in Northwest Ohio Athletic League action from the House of Heat.
HOLGATE — Justine Eis scored 13 points, but Holgate could not overcome a one-point halftime deficit, falling 36-27 to Ayersville Thursday in Green Meadows Conference action from the Tiger Cage.
BOWLING GREEN — Kaylee Nagel won the girls 50 and 100-yard freestyle races and Kyle Hudson won the boys 100 backstroke to highlight a successful day for the Napoleon swim team at a Division II district swim meet in Bowling Green on Friday.
The Napoleon boys bowling team took home the Division II sectional championship Friday at River City Bowl-A-Way, while Patrick Henry placed fourth to also advance to the district meet.
Wrestling in their final home match, three Napoleon seniors posted wins and helped lead the Wildcats to a 64-15 victory over Northern Lakes League foe Maumee Thursday night in the Grand Canyon.
WAUSEON — For the second-straight week, Patrick Henry rallied in the fourth quarter to take down a team atop the Northwest Ohio Athletic League standings.
BOWLING GREEN — Four of the top five spots on the podium at the Division II district diving championships were occupied by area divers, with Tinora’s Lauren Melia winning the district crown.
River City Bowl-A-Way is host to two of the toughest sectional bowling tournaments in the state this weekend, with the Division II boys Friday at 5 p.m. and the Division II girls Saturday at noon.
SYLVANIA — The Napoleon girls basketball team wrapped up its best regular season in program history Wednesday, beating Northview 60-41 in Northern Lakes League action.
COLUMBUS — Despite staying unbeaten, the Napoleon Lady Cats fell one spot, from second to third, in the Associated Press state Division II poll Tuesday, receiving one first-place vote.
LIBERTY CENTER — Cassidy Chapa scored 11 points, Harmony Young added nine and Liberty Center rolled to a 50-21 win over Pettisville Tuesday in senior night action from The Jungle.
Playing for the final time in front of the home crowd, Napoleon’s five seniors exited winners, dispatching of invading Anthony Wayne 60-28 Monday in Northern Lakes League action.
In the final regular season matches before the Division II sectional tournaments this weekend, Patrick Henry and Napoleon split on the lanes Monday at River City Bowl-A-Way.
With 10 different players scoring, combining for a 12-27 effort from three-point range, Anthony Wayne invaded the Grand Canyon Tuesday night and left with a 69-44 win over Napoleon in Northern Lakes League action.
COLUMBUS – The most popular thing Ryan Day has done since becoming Ohio State’s head football coach obviously is winning 13 games in his first season.
ST. PARIS, Ohio — The Napoleon wrestling team went 2-1 at the Division II state duals Saturday, defeating Tippecanoe 64-18 and Wapakoneta 57-18 before falling 58-12 to host St. Paris-Graham.