There just isn't enough time in the day, days in the week, weeks in the month or years in a high school career for Napoleon senior Claire Durham.
OAK HARBOR — After two consecutive seasons playing in a district final, Napoleon’s boys soccer team allowed a pair of unanswered goals and fell to Oak Harbor 2-1 in Monday’s Division II tournament opener.
OTTAWA LAKE, Mich. — Napoleon’s girls cross country team had a pair of runners finish in the top 30 en route to a seventh-place finish at Saturday’s Northern Lakes League cross country championship in Ottawa Lake, Michigan, at Whiteford Valley Golf Club.
METAMORA — Liberty Center’s girls cross country team featured each of the first three finishers in running away with its third consecutive Northwest Ohio Athletic League championship Saturday at Evergreen High School.
MONTPELIER — Five of the first six runners to cross the finish line at Saturday’s Buckeye Border Conference championship cross country meet were donning purple and gold.
In a preview of next week’s Division II sectional tournament opener, Maumee defeated Napoleon 25-19, 26-24, 25-19 in Northern Lakes League volleyball action Tuesday in the Grand Canyon.
Napoleon’s Reese Kleck (above) finished her sophomore season Tuesday with a round of 94 at the Division I District Tournament at Stone Ridge Golf Club in Bowling Green. Reese’s round of 94 put her in a tie for 18th out of the 60 golfers in attendance. The two teams moving onto the state tour…
LIBERTY CENTER — Owen Johnson’s summer looked the part of most rural high school football players. His days were filled laboring on a pig farm and most of his spare time was drenched in sweat at the school’s weight room.
There will be few surprises during the early rounds of either the boys or girls soccer postseason tournament, with Henry County teams facing league foes in the first round or potentially in the second round.
COLDWATER, Ohio — Facing one of the top cross country teams in the state, Holgate finished runner-up in the boys meet at the Lions Invitational at Coldwater High School Saturday.
OTTAWA HILLS — Napoleon’s doubles team of Gracie Butler and Elle Stacey advanced to the quarterfinals of the Division II sectional tournament at Ottawa Hills High School before being eliminated.
Napoleon’s William Carlsson scored on a breakaway less than a minute into the game and that was all the scoring, as the Wildcats posted a 1-0 win over Liberty Center Thursday night at Buckenmeyer Stadium.
LIBERTY CENTER — In the battle between ground and air, it was Liberty Center’s rushing attack scoring a 28-18 victory over Patrick Henry’s passing prowess Friday night at Rex Lingruen Stadium.
WHITEHOUSE — After more than an hour of lightning delays, Anthony Wayne took the opening kickoff 78 yards for a touchdown and raced to a 35-0 Northern Lakes League win Friday at Anthony Wayne High School.
BOWLING GREEN — Archbold’s Luke Rosebrock, a junior, shot a 73 and nabbed the final qualifying spot at the Division III district boys golf tournament at Stone Ridge Golf Course Thursday.
LIBERTY CENTER — When Henry County teams face off against each other it is always a battle, no matter what the sport. When they play each other in football it can be described as no less than a war.
Napoleon’s victory over Springfield last week did come at a cost, as junior quarterback Blake Wolf injured his collarbone and will miss at least the rest of the regular season.
Napoleon’s Reese Kleck, shown above putting during the Northern Lakes League Championships at Eagle’s Landing Golf Course in Toledo in September, shot a 99 at the Division I sectional tournament at Heatherdowns Country Club Wednesday and qualified for next week’s district tournament. Kleck w…
Liberty Center’s Kailey Blanton spikes the ball through the block attempt of Wauseon’s Cameron Estep during the second set of Tuesday’s Northwest Ohio Athletic League volleyball match at Liberty Center High School. The Lady Tigers won the match, 25-22, 25-22, 25-27, 22-25, 15-12. Eliza Jones…
COLUMBUS – For most Ohio State fans, hearing coach Ryan Day say freshman running back TreVeyon Henderson – who played only the first quarter against Rutgers last week – is “good to go” for the Buckeyes’ game against Maryland on Saturday would have been almost all they needed to hear.
Liberty Center’s Carly Roth holds off Eastwood’s Mikayla Hoelter as the two players fight for possession in the first half of Tuesday’s non-league girls soccer match at Rex Lingruen Stadium.