BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Archbold 49, Edgerton 31
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Swanton 59, Evergreen 44 (non-league)
Patrick Henry 47, Holgate 31
Wayne Trace 57, Liberty Center 38
Wauseon 61, Toledo Scott 37
The Patrick Henry Patriots bowed out of the state football tournament in Division VII with a 40-6 loss to Marion Local. Congratulations to the Patriots on a great season.
Congratulations the Patrick Henry Patriots. With their 27-13 win over Leipsic, they now advance to the Division VII FINAL FOUR. Keep REPRESENTING Patriots. The League is proud of you! (Photo credit: Jeremy Wadsworth/TOLEDO BLADE.)
DIVISION VI Region Final
Archbold bows out of OHSAA tournament play with a 7-42 loss to Anna.
The Streaks finish the 2019 season with an 11-2 record (6-1 NWOAL, 2-1 Playoffs), as NWOAL Co-Champions (with the lone league loss to LC avenged in the playoffs), and the Division VI Region 23 Runners-Up!
44 NWOAL Athletes won All-District honors in football. Congratulations to all of these fine athletes. For the Complete list please go to the "Athlete Recognition" tab to the left.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Division IV Regional Semifinal
Ottawa-Glandorf 21, Wauseon 14
Division VII Regional Semifinal
Patrick Henry 42, Norwalk St. Paul 14
Division VI Regional Semi-Final
Archbold 31, Liberty Center 30
Congratulations to All NWOAL recipients in Football (the remainder of the recipients can be viewed under the "Athlete Recognition" tab.
Coach of the Year – Casey Mohler, Liberty Center
Offensive Player of the Year – Nate Miller, 12, Bryan
Defensive Player of the Year – TJ Rhamy, 12, Patrick Henry
The Montpelier Board of Education and the NWOAL Principals Membership Announcement:
Montpelier will be joining the TAAC for football, the BBC for other sports, and remain in the NWOAL for wrestling. Montpelier will remain in NWOAL football in 2014 and the other sports through the 2015-16 school year (will continue in NWOAL wrestling). Montpelier has been a charter member of the NWOAL since 1926. Montpelier also was a founding member of the Buckeye Border Conference (BBC) in 1967.
The NWOAL is commonly known as the oldest league in the state of Ohio. We have hosted competitions in football, boys basketball and track and field since the 1926-27 school year.
This site is intended to serve our member schools and communities as a source of information for our student athletes. Initially, we will provide school websites, atheltic websites and schedules, league schedules and standings, and recognition of our accomplishments. We will provide links that are commonly used for NWOAL recognition. It is our goal to provide a history of league records from 1926.
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