Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, May 3rd, 2021.
The Setting Stone Coffee House is this Friday! Come out to see excellent performances by THS students and staff—solo acts, spoken word, cover bands—and the triumphant return of Nosebleed! Tickets are on sale right now! Pick yours up from Mr. Aerni in room 320 today for only $3. Tickets go up to $5 at the gate. Gates open at 6:00, and the event starts at 6:30—see you Friday!
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Happy birthday today to Kel Fisher, Emily Blasi, Gunner Green, Halen Thomas, and Nora Tobey.
Now for a prom recap followed by sports with Luke West Poley
A wild scene unfolded at MSG last night, as you can see behind me.
The track teams competed at the Hamilton “Blue Heaven” Invitational on Tuesday with the girls finishing second and the boys ninth, full team competition will resume on Tuesday with the SWOC championships at Harrison but in the meantime two standout runners-Hannah Lippincott and Kiefer Bell- will be competing in strong mile fields tomorrow at the Mason Rod Russel invitational.
The baseball team knocked off Northwest last night 13-1 in 5 innings, they will head down the road to play the nights again tomorrow night.
The softball team also defeated Northwest at home yesterday in a 10-5 decision, the team combined for 13 hits in the winning effort, they also picked up two wins earlier in the week on Monday and Tuesday over Ross and Mount Healthy, the team is now 14-10 overall and 8-6 in the SWOC with their next action coming tomorrow at Northwest.
The tennis edged Elder in a 3-2 match last night to improve to 11-4 on the season, good luck to them as they are looking to defend their SWOC title at the tournament as we speak.
The lacrosse team split their two games over the break picking up a big win against La Salle on the road, 21-10 but falling on senior night last night to CHCA 19-9, they are now 10-4 and will take the trip to Madeira on Tuesday.
Home games for today: None, but once again good luck to the tennis team as they are currently competing at the SWOC championships.
That’s our broadcast today, I’m Luke West Poley, shoutout to Emily Blasi because she told me to, Gravy for Pope, thanks so much for watching, and have a great day.