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Boys Soccer Ties Rittman 0-0

The Norwayne boys soccer team traveled to Rittman on Tuesday night and tied the host Indians 0-0.  The Cats outshot the Indians 30-9 but were not able to find the back of the net.  Talus Reber finished the night with 6 saves.  Norwayne is now 7-4-1 on the season and 4-2-1 in the WCAL.  They

Volleyball Drops Match at Rittman 3-0

The Norwayne volleyball team went into Rittman on Monday night for a make-up game and fell to the host Indians 3-0(20-25, 20-25, 23-25).  Kaitlyn Kidd led the Cats from the serving line with 8 points and 5 aces.  Sophomores Grace Deidrick and Grace Sattelmaier tied for the most kills with 9 each.  Kenzie Lendon followed

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 24 – Sep 30

Sep 24 Girls Varsity Volleyball at Rittman High School 5:30 pm   Sep 25 Boys Varsity Soccer at Rittman High School RITTMAN 5:00 pm | Rittman High School Sep 25 Girls Varsity Volleyball vs. Rittman High School RITTMAN 5:30 pm | Norwayne High School Sep 25 Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Rittman High School RITTMAN 7:00

Girls Cross Country Competes at Malone

The girls cross country team finished 22nd at the Malone Invitational on Saturday as a team and were led by Lauren Deiotte with a time of 24:23.3.  Elise Uhler followed Deiotte with a time of 25:43.5.  Also turning in times for the lady Cats were Noelle Steiner(26:24.1), Lane Uhler(28:33.5), Emma Marty(29:06.9) and Sydney Apel(34:20.5).  The

Boys Cross Country Team Finishes 2nd at Malone

The boys cross country team had another solid outing on Saturday at Malone.  The Cats finished second as a team and were paced by Garrison Murray and his 4th place overall finish with a time of 18:00.06.  Owen Sullivan finished 6th with a time of 18:11.7.  Also scoring for the Cats were Ben Draper(11th –

Boys Soccer Beats Waynedale 5-1

The Norwayne boys soccer team hosted Waynedale on Saturday afternoon and took care of the visiting Golden Bears 5-1.  Jose Pastor-Hernandez and Timo Kohrs each scored twice to lead the Cats.  Travis Atanasov picked up a goal of his own to finish the scoring for Norwayne.  Picking up assists were Clayton Andrew, Carl Short, Jose

Girls Soccer knocks off Waynedale 3-1

Brynn Mowrer got the Norwayne girls soccer team started on Saturday at Waynedale with a first half goal.  Mackenize Ball and Allie Studer each added a second half goal to put the game out of reach.  The lady Cats out shot the Golden Bears 21-2.  Rebekah Graf picked up a save for the visitors.  The

Football Team Takes Care of Smithville 36-3

The Norwayne football team spotted Smithville a field goal on Friday night and then scored 36 unanswered points to win big 36-3.  The Cats split time at quarterback between senior Clay Harvey and sophomore Nate Bitskay.  Harvey was 11-14 for 117 yards and a touchdown while Bitskay was 6-10 for 49 yards and a touchdown. 

Golf Team Wraps up Regular Season with a 6th Place Finish

The golf team participated in the WCAL Championship on Thursday at Chippewa and finished the regular season in 6th place in the WCAL.  The Cats were led by Justin Metsker with a round of 83.  Andrew Jacobs followed Metsker with a round of 98.  Hunter Muller(99) and Tyler Sampsel(100) rounded out the scoring for the

Volleyball team falls to Waynedale 3-0

The Norwayne volleyball team fell to Waynedale on Thursday night 3-0(13-25, 7-25, 17-25).  Grace Deidrick led the Cats with 5 kills and Kenzie Lendon added 3 kills.  Baylie Fortune had 8 assists and 1 ace.  Defensively, the Cats were led by Alivia Larrison with 6 digs followed by Baylie Fortune with 3 digs.  Alivia Larrison