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Ohio State concludes its spring football practice today with its annual spring game, or more accurately a practice with some elements of a football game in it, at Ohio Stadium with fans and the media allowed to watch.

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SYLVANIA - The Napoleon Middle School track and field teams split with host Timberstone Wednesday, with the Lady Cats winning 72 2/3-36 1/3.

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Northview used a pair of big innings to top Napoleon 13-6 in Northern Lakes League softball Friday at Booster Field.

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On a day when Napoleon honored long-time baseball supporter Dave Rohrbaugh, the Wildcats rose up and held off Northview for a 6-3 Northern Lakes League win Friday at Booster Field.

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WHITEHOUSE - The Napoleon junior varsity baseball team traveled to Anthony Wayne Wednesday night and dropped a 12-5 contest to the Generals.

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The Napoleon baseball and softball teams suffered a pair of run-rule losses to invading Anthony Wayne Wednesday in Northern Lakes League play.

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Archbold senior Caleb Ranzau signed a letter of intent to continue his education and football careers at Taylor University. Front, from left, are Barry Ranzau, Caleb Ranzau and Rebecca Ranzau; (back) Archbold assistant football coach Todd Ranzau and Archbold football coach David Dominique.

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Archbold senior Noah Gomez signed a letter of intent to continue his education and football careers at Mount Union University. Above, from left, are Ben Gomez, Noah Gomez and Archbold football coach David Dominique.

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BOWLING GREEN - The Wildcats battled hard tonight but numbers slowed them down in a 3-2 Northern Lakes League boys tennis loss to the Bobcats Tuesday.

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Napoleon junior Ava Harmon set the school record in the pole vault and the Lady Cats won their first meet under coach Sara Gilson Tuesday at Buckenmeyer Stadium.

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AYERSVILLE — The Pilots broke open a close game with a pair of runs in the fourth inning and added four runs in the sixth for an 8-1 Green Meadows Conference victory Tuesday over Holgate.

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LIBERTY CENTER — A good old-fashioned pitchers’ duel broke out between Patrick Henry’s Gage Seemann and Liberty Center’s Landon Amstutz in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League opener Monday.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center manufactured runs in a multitude of ways to defeat Patrick Henry 10-0 in five innings in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League softball opener Monday at the Edward Harvey Parker Spring Sports Complex.

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Napoleon senior Zack Rosebrook has always been a leader and it is something he takes pride in being, not just athletically but in everything he does.

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Napoleon Superintendent Dr. Erik Belcher took to Twitter Monday to clarify Napoleon Area City Schools’ commitment to the Northern Lakes League after the conference announced it had extended invitations to four schools to join the league Friday.

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It was another tough loss for Napoleon, which fell to invading Toledo Central Catholic 3-2 Monday in high school boys tennis, with the Wildcats having to forfeit at third singles.

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BOWLING GREEN — The Bobcats scored 11 unanswered runs and posted an 11-1 Northern Lakes League victory in six innings Monday.

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Against what he thought was one of the two strongest teams in the state, Napoleon assistant boys water polo coach Mike Retcher came away very pleased with his team’s effort Sunday.

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GENOA — Liberty Center scored twice in the top of the first inning, but fell to Genoa 11-4 Friday in non-league play.

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Sam Engler blasted a three-run homer in the fifth inning and Liberty Center held off Napoleon for a 6-3 win in non-league high school softball action Friday at Booster Field.

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HAMLER — Patrick Henry’s softball team had a tough time overcoming its own growing pains Friday, falling 20-3 Columbus Grove in five innings in non-league play.

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DEFIANCE — After 41 seasons and more then 500 career wins, including a state championship at Holgate in 2004, Paul Wayne is stepping down from coaching high school basketball.

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In what he referred to as the first “domino,” Northern Lakes League Commissioner Richard Browne announced four teams were to be issued invitations to join the conference.

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Patrick Henry senior Makayla Prigge will be continuing her academic and basketball career next year at Bluffton University. Above, front, from left, are Mike Prigge (father), Makayla Prigge and Christy Prigge (mother); (back) Heidi Christman (assistant basketball coach), Nick Nusbaum (assist…

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Patrick Henry senior Clayton Feehan will be continuing his academic and football career next year at Heidelberg University. Above, front, from left, are Raechel Feehan (mother), Clayton Feehan and Mark Feehan (father); (back) Ben George (athletics director and defensive coordinator) and Bill…

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WORTHINGTON, Ohio — Napoleon split with Thomas Worthington in a pair of water polo matches Wednesday.

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LIBERTY BENTON — Liberty Center recovered from its Monday loss to Hilltop by traveling to Liberty-Benton and defeating the hosts 6-4 in high school softball Tuesday.

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BLUFFTON — The Wildcats traveled to Bluffton tonight and fell just short of a victory, losing 3-2 with a forfeit at second doubles.

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ARCHBOLD — Napoleon kept its offense consistent and defense steady to top previously unbeaten Archbold 7-4 in a non-league game at Memorial Park Tuesday.

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HAMLER — Patrick Henry scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to put away North Baltimore 12-3 for a non-league baseball win Tuesday at Garrold Parrott Field.

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OTTAWA — Napoleon’s boys and girls track and field teams tallied seven event wins in losing a dual to Ottawa-Glandorf Tuesday.

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Napoleon’s Nick Bunke returns a shot during second singles action against Anthony Wayne Tuesday at the NHS Courts. No results were reported as of press time.

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HAMLER — North Baltimore scored 10 runs in the first two innings and cruised to a 12-1 run-rule victory in five innings Tuesday at Patrick Henry High School.

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COLUMBUS - Wauseon senior Connar Penrod earned special mention All-Ohio in Division II boys basketball by the Ohio Prep Sports Writers Association.

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Napoleon's junior varsity baseball team defeated invading Archbold 6-3 Tuesday evening at Booster Field.

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The Northern Lakes League, of which Napoleon High School is a member, is preparing to announce an expansion of three teams as early as Friday, according to league commissioner Richard Browne.

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The Napoleon Pony League Baseball Association will be holding tryouts today, Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Oakwood park for boys ages 13-15.

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DEFIANCE — Defiance had the last at-bat and put an end to a back-and-forth baseball game against Napoleon Saturday.

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EDGERTON — Liberty Center scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning of game two to prevail and earn a doubleheader sweep against Edgerton 5-3 and 5-4 in non-league play Saturday.

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FINDLAY — Liberty Center’s girls track and field team won six events to finish runner-up at the Liberty-Benton Relays Saturday.

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READING, Ohio – According to her high school coach, KK Bransford has the knack of doing what it takes to win. It might mean knocking down a shot, dishing an assist, grabbing a key rebound, diving for a loose ball or guarding the other team’s best player.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center freshman pitcher Reese Kessler took a no-hitter deep into the seventh inning to lead the Lady Tigers past Ayersville 12-1 in five innings Tuesday in non-league play at the Edward Harvey Parker Spring Sports Complex.

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The Napoleon junior varsity baseball team defeated Bryan 20-8 in five innings Tuesday night at Booster Field.