DEFIANCE – For the second year in a row the Napoleon Lady Cats opened the season with a tie against rival Defiance, knotting the Lady Bulldogs 1-1 despite being badly outshot for the game. Last year the two teams played to a scoreless tie. This year the only two goals of the game were scored 42 seconds apart. kAmp7E6C A=2J:?8 2 D4@C6=6DD 7:CDE 92=7[ s67:2?46 3C@<6 E9C@F89 H:E9 2 8@2= ad D64@?5D 27E6C :?E6C>:DD:@?
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