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BRYAN — Senior high school all-stars will be squaring off in the 36th annual Four County All-Star Cage Classic Friday, March 29 at the Bryan High School.

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COLUMBUS – Wauseon senior Levi Seiler was named to the Division II third team All Ohio Wednesday.

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The Liberty Center cheerleaders pose with their trophy after winning the National Championship in Orlando, Florida, Sunday. Members of the team are (front, from left) Claire Atkinson, Victoria Ellinwood, Mallory Vollmar, Madie Meinberg, Kerrigan Kania, Meredith Zeiter and Lydia Long; (back) …

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ORLANDO — The Liberty Center cheerleading team completed what coach Shelley Davis called a whirlwind couple of weeks by winning the national championship in the traditional varsity non-mount advanced division Sunday at the Americheer National Championships at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Comp…

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Two coaching vacancies at Napoleon High School are set to be filled during a school board meeting Wednesday.

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Patrick Henry’s Cam Gebers signed a letter of intent to continue his education and football career at Jacksonville University Thursday. Sitting next to Gebers is his mother, Tammy. Standing from left are Darrin Gebers (father) and Patrick Henry football coach Bill Inselmann.

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Liberty Center’s CJ Spradlin signed a letter of intent to continue his education and football career at Concordia University. Seated (from left) are Cody Spradlin (brother), Brian Spradlin (father), CJ Spradlin and Kitty Spradlin (mother). Standing (from left) are Concordia University coache…

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Over the weekend of March 8-10, the Napoleon Aquatic Club sent three swimmers to the State of Ohio 2019 Short Course Age Group Championships in Columbus on the campus of The Ohio State University. The three athletes were Kyle Hudson, Nick Nahrwold and Masen Switzer. Kyle Hudson (above) place…

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COLUMBUS – The Division I and II girls basketball All-Ohio teams were announced Wednesday by a statewide media panel. The teams were selected by members of the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association.

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COLUMBUS – The Division III and IV girls basketball All-Ohio teams were announced Tuesday by a statewide media panel. The teams were selected by members of the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association.

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COLUMBUS — Liberty Center senior Caleb Carpenter finished his high school wrestling career in the Division III title match Saturday at the Schottenstein Center on the campus of The Ohio State University, falling by a 3-2 decision to Rootstown’s Ryan Boyle to finish second in the state in the…

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COLUMBUS — For the second-straight year both Holgate and Liberty Center won titles at the State Cheerleading Competition.

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LIMA — Coldwater overcame a four-point deficit in the final 25.5 seconds to stun top-ranked and previously unbeaten Archbold Thursday in the Division III district semifinal at Lima Senior High School, beating the Streaks 35-34.

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The Holgate High School competition cheerleaders are competing at the 2019 OASSA State Cheerleading Championships Sunday at St. John Arena on the campus of The Ohio State University at 1 p.m. The Lady Tigers recently took first place at Ayersville’s “Bring on the Heat” Cheerleading Competiti…

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The Panthers finished up the postgame prayer at center court of the Grand Canyon and turned their backs to the Blackbirds, who were celebrating frantically behind them with the Pettisville student section after the Blackbirds’ 65-56 win to send Pettisville to the Division IV district final.

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ADA – Liberty-Benton jumped out to an early lead and turned the game into a runaway with a 20-3 third quarter, defeating Delta 62-30 in the Division III regional semifinals at Ohio Northern University Tuesday.

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COLUMBUS — Seven Henry County wrestlers are spending the week preparing for the Ohio High School Athletic Association state tournament at the Schottenstein Center on the campus of Ohio State University.

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For the seventh year in a row, the St. Paul Lutheran seventh- and eighth-grade girls basketball team won the All Ohio Lutheran School State Basketball championship. As the No. 1 seeded team in the East, the Lady Crusaders had a bye for the first round of games. On Saturday, St. Paul defeated…

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The Napoleon fourth-grade girls basketball team has recently won a pair of tournaments, including the Fairview Tournament and the Winter Jam Tournament in Antwerp. Members of the team are (front, from left) Carmen Campos, Leah Gerdeman, Abby Nye, Ginger Drewes and manager Kendall Miller; (ba…

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The St. Augustine CYO basketball team placed third at the regional tournament and qualified for the State CYO Tournament in Cleveland this weekend. The Saints lost their opening game to St. Rose-Cavanaugh 56-50, but rebounded to defeat St. Joe Maumee-Wells 51-44 in the consolation game. Bren…

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The Liberty Center High School cheerleaders are competing at the State Cheerleading Championships Sunday at St. John Arena at The Ohio State University. They are scheduled to compete at 1 p.m. The following weekend, the cheerleaders are traveling to Orlando, Florida, where they will compete …

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PAULDING — Shae Pedroza drove for the game-winning lay-up with 2.3 seconds remaining, lifting Napoleon to a 40-38 victory over Wapakoneta in the Division II district finals Saturday night at Paulding High School.

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Minutes after hoisting the Division II District championship trophy, the Napoleon Lady Cats already started switching their focus to the next challenge — the defending state champions.

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HILLIARD — Liberty Center’s Bailey Johnson placed 14th in the individual state championship on beam, while Holgate’s Rylie Schuller finished in a tie for 31st at the Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships at Hilliard Bradley High School Saturday.

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KANSAS — Liberty Center, Patrick Henry and Archbold competed in the Division III wrestling districts Saturday afternoon in Kansas and Norwalk, as nine wrestlers earned a trip to state next weekend.

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NORWALK — Napoleon senior Caleb Hernandez placed third at 113 pounds at the Division II district meet at Norwalk High School Saturday and qualified for the state championships for the third-straight season.

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LIMA — For about two and a half quarters, Napoleon played the game it wanted to.

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ELIDA — Liberty Center coach Greg Badenhop was happy with his team’s effort in hanging with the top-ranked Archbold Blue Streaks in the first half of the Tigers’ 74-59 loss Friday in Elida in the Division III Sectional.

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BLUFFTON — Kaiden McGraw scored 20 points, Hunter Diem added 16 but the Patrick Henry boys basketball team could not complete the upset of No. 1 seed Arlington, falling 54-51 in double overtime of the Division III Sectional final Friday at Bluffton University.

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PAULDING — The Napoleon girls basketball team used a 27-4 game-opening run to jump ahead and never look back, beating Lima Bath 56-40 Thursday in the Division II District semifinal at Paulding High School.

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COLUMBUS – Bryan had top seed St. Mary’s on the ropes after winning the first Baker game in the best-of-five championship final.

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HILLIARD, Ohio — For the first time in school history, Liberty Center competed at the State Gymnastics Meet, as the Lady Tigers placed 12th in the team competition Friday at Bradley High School.

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After a two-year absence, the Napoleon Lady Cats are making their 11th appearance since 2000 at the Division II Girls State Bowling Championships.

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Seven Napoleon wrestlers have advanced to the Division II District Championships and are “one good weekend” away from advancing to the state tournament.

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LAKOTA — The Liberty Center wrestling team sends 10 wrestlers to the Division III District Tournament Friday and Saturday at Lakota High School, while Patrick Henry sends a pair, with each wrestler looking to earn a trip to the state tournament.

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LIMA — In a game of runs, Napoleon had the final one — from the free-throw line — and defeated Celina 61-57 in the Division II sectional tournament Tuesday at Lima Senior High School.

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DEFIANCE — No matter which lineup coach Bradley Hurst put on the floor, the coach could not solve the Tigers’ shooting troubles as Holgate fell 47-20 to Ayersville Tuesday in the first round of the Division IV Sectional Tournament at Defiance High School.