Patrick Henry girls basketball coach Justin Sonnenberg directs a drill during the Lady Patriots basketball camp for third and fourth graders Wednesday at the Patrick Henry Middle School gymnasium.
CANTON – The Ohio High School Athletic Association and Pro Football Hall of Fame Wednesday announced a three-year agreement for the Hall to host the state football championships in Canton.
The Patrick Henry girls basketball team held a camp for third and fourth graders Wednesday at the Patrick Henry Middle School gymnasium. During the camp the participants took part in several drills, including “I’m a star.” Showing off they are a start are (front to back) Marlee Powell, Brezl…
TROY — The Napoleon American Legion Post #300 baseball team rebounded from an early loss Saturday to defeat the Akron A’s and earn a split at the Troy tournament.
The Napoleon ACME baseball team dropped both games of a doubleheader to Coldwater Saturday at Booster Field. In the opening game, Coldwater scored four runs in the first inning and defeated the Wildcats 5-1. Garrett Burkey went the distance on the mound for Napoleon. He allowed five runs (fo…
WESTERVILLE — Patrick Henry senior standout Trista Fintel capped off her career with a second-place finish in the shot put with a 40-9.5 at the OHSAA Division III state track and field meet at Westerville North High School.
LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center’s Nathaniel Elieff, Hope Oelkrug, Sydney Miller and Gracie Miller have each achieved All-Ohio status on the cross country course in their careers.
Liberty Center’s Riley Chapa catches a pass during the first day of football camp for the Tigers Monday. The Tigers practiced on the new Kip Kern Field at Rex Lingruen Stadium. It was the first official practice on the new turf field, which was installed in March.
Tinora scored in every inning but the fourth, taking advantage of four Napoleon errors for seven unearned runs, and handing the Wildcats an 11-7 loss in the ACME baseball opener for both teams Tuesday at Booster Field.
PIQUA — Masen Switzer had nothing to lose as the No. 8 seed in the 300-meter hurdles finals. As a result, the Napoleon sophomore gained a trip to state.
DEFIANCE — Archbold played a nearly flawless game defensively, supporting DJ Newman, who held Fairview to three hits, as the Bluestreaks handed the Apaches a 5-1 set back in the Division III district semifinals Thursday at Defiance High School.
PIQUA, Ohio — Napoleon’s Masen Switzer and the Wildcats’ 4x400 relay team advanced to Saturday’s finals during the opening day of the Division II regional track and field championships at Piqua High School Thursday.
TIFFIN — Liberty Center’s Nathaniel Elieff advanced to the state meet and Archbold finished runner-up in the boys team standings at the Division III regional track and field championships Friday at Tiffin Columbian High School.
Last year, not only were high school sports seasons canceled, so were college athletics. Both high school and college athletes returned to competition this spring, with many Henry County athletes excelling at the collegiate level.
Twelve-season athletes for Napoleon High School Class of 2021 are (from left) Gavin Brubaker, Jaden Brubaker, Chase Peckinpaugh, Jessica Yunker, Ally Bohls, Caely Ressler, Ella Griffith, Zack Rosebrook, Spencer Cashman and Caden Miller.
Napoleon seniors Khalil Tran (left) and Caely Ressler (right) are presented the Archie Griffith Awards as determined by a vote of Napoleon High School coaches. Presenting the awards is NHS Athletics Director Andy Ham (center).
Napoleon senior Alyssa Jackson was presented with the Courageous Student Athlete Award by Napoleon High School Athletics Director Andy Ham. It was the second year in a row Jackson was presented the award.
Wauseon senior Hunter Nofziger recently committed to continue his education and football career at Capital University. Pictured (front, from left) are Matt Nofziger (father), Hunter Nofziger and Lynelle Nofziger (mother); (back) Wauseon assistant football coach Terry Lind, Kohen Nofziger (br…
DEFIANCE — Masen Switzer placed third in the 300 hurdles and was a member of the runner-up 4x400 relay, while Ava Harmon finished fourth in the pole vault to advance to next week’s regional meet.
Sunday marked the culmination of the Catholic Youth Organization Track and Field season with the Diocesan Championship Meet held at Gallagher Stadium at Central Catholic High School. The St. Augustine Athletic Club participated in the championship and competed against more than 370 athletes …
HAMLER — McComb pitcher Camden Glaser kept Patrick Henry’s bats quiet and the Panthers rallied for a 3-1 win over the Patriots in eight innings Tuesday during the Division IV sectional tournament at Garrold Parratt Field.