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LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center’s back line handled the speed and skill of a talented Archbold attack for much of Thursday’s Northwest Ohio Athletic League boys soccer match.

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WAUSEON — Holgate fired a 416 as a team and finished sixth at Thursday’s Buckeye Border Conference championships at Ironwood Golf Club.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Zane Zeiter threw four first-half touchdown passes and the Tigers cruised to a 42-0 Northwest Ohio Athletic League win over Swanton Friday at Rex Lingruen Stadium.

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DEFIANCE — Patrick Henry’s girls golf coach Linda Hummer was named the Northwest Ohio Athletic League girls coach of the year after leading the Lady Patriots to a third-place finish at the NWOAL championships Friday at Auglaize Golf Course.

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The first half of the high school football season is in the books, and first-year Napoleon coach Tyler Swary wants the Wildcats to keep it right there ... closed and finished.

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Top 16 schools from each region in the final report Oct. 23 will qualify for the playoffs.

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Springfield took advantage of the fewer scoring chances it had and handed Napoleon a 3-0 loss in Northern Lakes League girls soccer Wednesday night at Buckenmeyer Stadium.

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After not trailing for the the first two sets, Napoleon did not lead in either of the next two sets. In the deciding fifth set, the Lady Cats grabbed the lead, but Maumee rallied for the 20-25, 17-25, 25-18, 25-17, 15-11 Northern Lakes League win Tuesday in the Grand Canyon.

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It is ironic Napoleon senior Andrew Williams broke the single-game rushing record for the Wildcats and many will see that as an individual accomplishment.

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TOLEDO — Napoleon's boys water polo team struggled to find its offense at the Jack Coate Memorial Invite at Toledo St. Francis High School over the weekend.

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TOLEDO — Napoleon fired a team score of 416 at Eagles Landing Golf Club Monday afternoon in the Northern Lakes League Girls Golf Championships. That score earned them a fourth-place finish for the day, but the Lady Cats finished third overall in the league after the season points were tallied.

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TOLEDO — Napoleon finished fourth at the Northern Lakes League Boys Golf Championships Monday at Eagle’s Landing Golf Course.

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HOLGATE — Holgate stumbled in a rough first set against Delta Monday, giving away six points on misplaced serves and 11 additional points on errant hits.

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OTTAWA — The first two runners to cross the finish line during Saturday’s gold division girls race at the Ottawa-Glandorf Blue-Gold cross country invitational donned Patrick Henry uniforms.

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GENOA — Liberty Center’s girls cross country team was the only team to have four top-10 runners as it earned a first-place finish in the 15-team field at Saturday’s sixth annual Battle of Turtle Creek meet in Genoa.

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OTTAWA — Holgate had three of the first six finishers, including the first- and second-place runners, as it finished runner-up in the gold division of Saturday’s Ottawa-Glandorf Blue-Gold cross country invitational at Ottawa Memorial Park.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center attempted to convert a fourth-and-1 from its own territory in the second quarter and threw a pair of passes with six minutes left in the game while leading by two possessions.

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HOLGATE — Edgerton shrugged off Tuesday’s hard-fought five-set defeat to Ayersville by sweeping Holgate 25-15, 25-11, 25-18 Thursday night in non-league action in the Tiger Cage.

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MAUMEE — Napoleon’s boys golf team was bested 180-190 by Springfield in Thursday’s Northern Lakes League dual match at Brandywine Golf Course.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Bryan used its possession in the midfield to bother Liberty Center during Thursday’s Northwest Ohio Athletic League girls soccer match at Rex Lingruen Stadium.

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PAULDING — Liberty Center rattled off three consecutive wins to sweep Paulding 25-16, 28-26, 25-21 in Thursday’s non-league volleyball match.

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HAMLER — Patrick Henry’s defense once again led the way, as the Patriots shut out Evergreen 26-0 in Northwest Ohio Athletic League play Friday night at Big Red Stadium.

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After allowing a touchdown on the opening drive of the game, Napoleon’s defense forced Perrysburg to punt and then recovered a fumble to trail 7-0 after the first period.

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Napoleon’s Madison Heuer serves the ball during a first doubles match against Maumee Thursday at the NHS Courts. The Lady Cats fell to Maumee, 3-2. Gracie Butler defeated Sam Mavis 6-4, 6-1 and Kyrah Rodriguez bested Beverly O’Neal 6-3, 6-4 in first and second singles, respectively, for Napo…

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LIBERTY CENTER — Friday’s Northwest Ohio Athletic League game between Liberty Center and Archbold is one of the premier regular season football games in northwest Ohio this season.

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The Wildcats had little time to celebrate their first win of the season before turning their attention to Perrysburg, which enters Buckenmeyer Stadium Friday as a heavy favorite.

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Between 2006-08, the Napoleon softball team won 71 games and three league and sectional titles. A time described by then coach Joe Meyer as the “glory years.”

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Napoleon’s girls golf team held off Springfield for a 202-207 Northern Lakes League win Tuesday at the Napoleon Municipal Golf Course.

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Top 16 schools from each region in the final report Oct. 23 will qualify for the playoffs.

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It seemed like whatever Kendall (Homan) Detmer wanted to do, she did it better than almost everyone else.

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Wauseon held Napoleon to only two shots on goal — both in the first half — and shut out the Lady Cats 2-0 in non-league high school girls soccer Monday at Buckenmeyer Stadium.

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BOWLING GREEN — Napoleon handed the Lady Bobcats a 215-222 setback in Northern Lakes League girls golf action Monday at Stone Ridge Golf Course.

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WORTHINGTON, Ohio — The Napoleon boys water polo team competed in the Ohio Cup at the Worthington Pools Complex over the weekend.

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HAMLER — Inexperience has often been a hurdle for Patrick Henry’s volleyball team as it rosters just one senior and had been mired in a four-game losing streak entering Monday’s intra-county match against Napoleon.