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Results for Tuesday, November 24

GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Eastwood 60, Archbold 35

Evergreen 56, Cardinal Stritch 20

Bryan 66, Holgate 17

Delta 58, Whitmer 42

Lake 51, Swanton 34

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM OHSAA

SCHEDULING CHANGE

This from Archbold AD, Allan Gladieux

Due to COVID concerns...the boys basketball games at Edgerton on Dec. 3 and at Kalida on Dec. 5 have been postponed. Make up date for Edgerton is Jan. 5 at Edgerton. Kalida make up is TBD.

Results for Monday, November 23

GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Hilltop 44, Liberty Center 36

GIRLS VARSITY BOWLING

Bryan 1833, Delta 1596

Swanton 2071, Patrick Henry 1779

Liberty Center 2033, Evergreen 1746

BOYS VARSITY BOWLING

Bryan 1948, Delta 1898

Patrick Henry 2422, Swanton 1599

Weekend Results

Results for Saturday, November 21

GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Delta 59, Edon 17

Archbold 36, Springfield 33

Results for Friday, November 20

GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Bryan 57, Lake 41

Napoleon 61, Patrick Henry 24

All-Sports Standings after Fall Season

            2020-21 NWOAL All-Sports Standings 

            With the conclusion of the 2020-21 NWOAL fall season, Archbold leads the girls all-sports standings and Wauseon leads the boys all-sports standings.    

            Fall boys standings: Wauseon 30, Archbold 27, Bryan 22, Liberty Center 15, Evergreen 14.5, Swanton 12.5, Delta 11.5 and Patrick Henry 9.5. 

            NWOAL boys fall team champions include Bryan (golf), Archbold (football), Wauseon (cross country ansd soccer).  

            Fall girls standings: Archbold 20.5, Liberty Center 16, Bryan 15, Wauseon 15, Swanton 14.5,  Evergreen 10, Patrick Henry 9 and, and Delta 4.

            NWOAL girls fall team champions include Archbold (soccer and volleyball), Bryan (volleyball), Liberty Center (cross country) and Swanton (soccer and volleyball).   

All-League Football Announced

All-League football selections can be found to the left under "Athlete Recognition" tab. Congratulations to the "Coach of the Year" Archbold's Dave Dominique; "Offensive Player of the Year" Liberty Center's Max Phillips and 'Co-Defensive Players of the Year" Carson Meyer of Archbold and Isaac Wilson of Wauseon.

LC Girls 3rd; Wauseon boys 7th

Division III State Cross Country Meet

GIRLS MEET

LIBERTY CENTER  3rd place.    115 poiints

Individually   

Hope Oelkrug 15th.   In 19:09.7

Gracie Miller 28th.      In 19:36.6

MaKayla Meller 32nd  In 19:41.5

Sydney Miller 39th in 19:53.6

Dalayna Ashbaugh 58th in 20:17.5

Trinitie Woolace 67th in 20:21.8

Mallory Stark. 106th in 21:18.8               

Kylie Sauder 17th.   (ARCHBOLD)  in 19:18.7

BOYS MEET

Individually

Nathaniel Elieff. 16th  (LIBERTY CENTER).  in 16:20.4

DIVISION II STATE CROSS COUNTRY MEET

GIRLS MEET

WAUSEON 15th place.  337 points

Individually

Grace Rhoades  16th in 19:00.2

Serena Mathews 90th in 20:36.6

Magdalena Duden 112th in 21:08.1 

Alona Mahnke 131st in 21:37.1

Natasha Miller 139th in 21:47.7

Natalie Kuntz 157th in 23:05.6

Bailey McGuire 169th in 23:50.3

BOYS MEET

Wauseon 7th place  207 points

Individually

Braden Vernot 9th in 16:02.1

Jack Callan 36th in 16:40.7

Hunter Wasnich 51st in 16:56.3

Aiden Pena 86th in 17:21.2

Carter Nofziger 118th in 17:49.6

Layton Wilson 164th in 19:49.9

Joseph Perez 165th in 20:09.6

Joshuah Taylor 19th  (BRYAN) in 16:14.8

State Cross Country Today

Best of luck to all the runners competing out of the NWOAL. 

For race results follow the link below.

RACE RESULTS

Schedule for Tuesday, November 3

GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER

GO STREAKS GO!

Regional Semifinal

(At Eastwood HS)

Tuesday, November 3 (7:30pm)

Eastwood 2, ARCHBOLD 1 (OT)

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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. 

Please feel free to contact us

  • Commissioner: Ken D. Baumgartner, Wauseon
  • Assistant Commissioner: Pat Leupp, Liberty Center
  • Secretary-Treasurer: Theresa Kuszmaul, Bryan
  • Publicist: Bill Bray, Wauseon
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