DEFIANCE — Napoleon went 4-1 and finished second at the Tinora Duals Saturday at Tinora High School.
BEAVERCREEK — Rachel Carr shot a 305 series, Emily Brunn added a 301 set and the Wauseon girls bowling team placed eighth in the Raider Collegiate High School Challenge Saturday, hosted by Wright State University at Beaver-Vu Bowl.
HOLGATE — Spotted a 10-point lead after the first quarter, the Archbold boys basketball team appeared set to cruise past Holgate Saturday night in the Tiger Cage.
DESHLER — The Patrick Henry bowling teams picked up a pair of wins over Delta Friday at Deshler Lanes, with the girls defeating the Lady Panthers 1918-1530 and the boys winning 2437-2048.
Despite grappling through a contested, back-and-forth opening to the meet, Anthony Wayne pulled away late to defeat Napoleon 47-19 Thursday in the Grand Canyon in Northern Lakes League action.
The Napoleon Wildcats Swimming and Diving Team hosted the Perrysburg Yellow Jackets in a dual meet Thursday at the NHS Natatorium, with the boys team winning 98-87 and the girls falling 120-60.
PERRYSBURG — Taylor Strock scored 17 points, leading Napoleon back from a fourth-quarter deficit as the Lady Cats stayed unbeaten with a 54-46 overtime road win over Northern Lakes League rival Perrysburg Thursday.
LIBERTY CENTER — Despite a relatively slow start to the 2019-20 season for Liberty Center senior Hannah Feather, one would be hard-pressed to find the former state-qualifier getting down on herself.
COLUMBUS GROVE — Kayla Prigge scored nine points, McKenzie Vance added seven but Columbus Grove handed Patrick Henry its first loss of the season Tuesday, beating the Lady Patriots 52-31 in non-league action.
LIBERTY CENTER — Camden Krugh caught a pass on the perimeter, hesitated, and fired a rushed three that missed off the rim midway through the first half. On the other end of the floor, Liberty Center coach Greg Badenhop called over the junior.
NORTH BALTIMORE — Elisabeth Willett Scored eight points, Carissa Meyer and Raena Willett each added seven points but Holgate fell 45-32 to North Baltimore Monday in non-league action.
CANTON, Ohio – The unranked Clyde Fliers rushed for 237 yards in their 42-14 victory over the No. 4 Newark Licking Valley Panthers in the OHSAA Division IV football state championship Saturday afternoon at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.
DEFIANCE — In his first game, Napoleon coach Chad Bostelman witnessed Wildcat legend Fred Chruch have the Grand Canyon floor named after him. For an encore, Bostelman had to coach against Paul Wayne, who has more than 500 career victories and a state title.
INDIANAPOLIS — For two quarters it looked like this one might be put in the nightmare file along with Michigan State 2013 and 2015, Purdue last season, Iowa in 2017 and Clemson in the College Football Playoff three years ago.
Forty years after christening Napoleon High School’s new gym — the Grand Canyon — with a pair of wins over Rossford and Wauseon, legendary boys basketball coach Fred Church returned to his old stomping grounds to have the floor named after him.
COLUMBUS – Now is not the time to reflect, Ryan Day said when it was pointed out that Wednesday was the one-year anniversary of his hiring as Ohio State’s football coach.
So, who does a rematch favor? Is it the team that won the first time because those players can draw confidence from their earlier success or is it the team that lost because it is inspired by the pain of its earlier defeat?
CANTON, Ohio — The top-ranked Anna Rockets controlled the Division VI state championship game from start to finish against the No. 2 New Middletown Springfield Tigers, 48-14 in the OHSAA Division VI state championship Friday morning at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. It was Anna’s first sta…
OTTAWA — Trent Murdock scored 16 points and Carter Burdue added 12 but Liberty Center couldn’t keep up with Ottawa-Glandorf in a 72-46 loss Friday in non-league play at Fred J. Hermiller Gymnasium.
CANTON, Ohio — The sixth-ranked Cincinnati La Salle Lancers rushed for 337 yards en route to a 34-17 victory over No. 1 Massillon Washington in the OHSAA Division II football state championship Thursday night at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.
HAMLER — Patrick Henry girls basketball coach Justin Sonnenberg said he was happy his Lady Patriots managed to get their 47-31 win over Holgate Thursday night in the House of Heat without much drama.
DESHLER — Tyler Piercefield shot a 390 series to lead the boys, Sarah Breece led the girls with a 341 set and Patrick Henry bowling swept Liberty Center Friday at Deshler Lanes, with the boys winning 2272-2161 and the girls 1871-1822.
After a lengthened preseason due to area teams making deep playoff runs in football, three Henry County teams begin the high school basketball season this weekend.
Napoleon senior Samantha Wullf (seated, center) signed her letter of intent to continue her cheerleading and education at Mount Vernon Nazarene University Wednesday. Seated (from left) are Cassandra Seesholtz, Napoleon cheerleading coach; Everett Wulff, father; Samantha Wulff; Michelle Wulff…
CINCINNATI — On Wednesday, the Ohio High School Athletic Association in coordination with the Ohio Prep Sports Writers Association announced the winner of the 33rd annual Mr. Football award and 2019 recipient is Wyoming quarterback Evan Prater.
HOLGATE — It wasn’t always pretty, but the Liberty Center girls basketball team found a rally just in time to escape the Tiger Cage with a 39-33 win over Holgate Tuesday in non-league action.