MILLBURY, Ohio - Napoleon had several chances early, but in the end it was Toledo Central Catholic that converted on its fewer chances and defeated the Wildcats 2-0 in the Division II boys soccer district championship Thursday night at Lake High School.
If you have ever made the 380-mile drive from western Ohio to Penn State for a football game you've probably wondered how a major university ended up in the middle of nowhere.
After a scoreless first half, Napoleon scored on four of its five second-half drives and blanked rival Defiance 28-0 Friday at Buckenmeyer Stadium to end the season on a positive note.
Instead of starting the season, Napoleon and Defiance are going to close the 2020 campaign. And while both teams are no longer playing for league titles or playoff runs, this game still means a lot to both programs.
DEFIANCE — For more than 100 years there has been a River Rivalry between the Napoleon and Defiance high school football teams. This year the game takes on a sibling rivalry.
The River Rivalry, the football game between Napoleon and Defiance, has been going on for more than 100 years and it was going to take more than a pandemic to keep them from playing.