April 16th, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Friday, April 16th, 2021.

Next week is EOC week at Talawanda High School.  Make sure you communicate with your teacher so you know your responsibilities for the day.  Only the students who are taking the test are required to report, but all other students will have Asynchronous work to complete.  Each teacher will have different requirements for attendance, but everyone will have work to do over the course of the week.  Communicate with your teachers if you have any questions.  Monday is English, Tuesday is History, Thursday is Math, and Friday is Science.  Best of luck on the state tests next week!

Setting Stone is hosting its first, in-person Coffee House of the year on Friday, May 7th, and we are looking for performers! If you would like perform, you can sign up this week outside of Mr. Aerni’s room (320), or email settingstone@talawanda.org with your name and type of performance you would like to do! Due to certain restrictions, this Coffee House will be much different than in years past–so spots are limited. Sign up today!

Talawanda will be participating in Ohio Military Family Spirit Week this week. Today is RED day – Remember Everyone Deployed.  Talawanda is a Purple Star School and is proud to participate in this Spirit Week.

The 2021 Prom will be May 1st from 7:00-11:00 pm here at THS. Tickets are $20 and purchasing information will be sent to you via email. All current Juniors and Seniors, as well as the class of 2020, are invited to attend the prom. Seniors– please check with your English teacher for a link regarding prom attendance and prom queen and king! If you want to be on the king/queen ballot, you MUST use the link provided by your English teacher. The prom theme is “City of Stars” and we are hoping for good weather, a beautiful sunset, and a memorable evening. Please dress accordingly for the elements and a concrete dance floor. Our broadcast team asked some questions and got some answers about this event….(video about PROM)

The list of seniors who have qualified to graduate with honors is now posted outside the guidance office.   If you feel that you have met those requirements but are not on the lists please see your counselor as soon as possible.

Happy birthday today to Malachi Swem

Now for the student of the week followed by sports with Luke West Poley

Shoutout to Zachary Goetz and OJ for being a couple of absolute beauticians with birthdays tomorrow.

It was a big night for the baseball bros last night Mason Ball and Evan “Cheese” “the fire hose” Kennel and Mason Birkemeier gave up just 4 hits total in a 3-2 win over Moeller, the team improves to 7-3 on the season with the final game of a back to back homestand tonight versus Ross.

The boys tennis team swept Northwest last night 5-0 they improve to 5-2 on the year and stay undefeated at 3-0 in the conference.

The JV tennis team registered their first win of the season last night over the Northwest Knights by a score of 3-2.  Wins were posted by Charles Murray @ 1st singles, Bodhi Ney @ 3rd singles, and Bryce James/Aidan Bruder @ 1st doubles.

Select members of the track team also competed at the Harrison reserve invite last night, the girls came away with a third place finish and the boys were 7th of the 14 teams competing, tonight the varsity runners will compete at the Greg Zueleger Harrison invite.

Home games for this weekend: the baseball and softball teams will both host the Ross Rams tonight at 5.

That’s our broadcast today, I’m Luke West Poley, meet anyone from my city, they gon say that we cousins, thanks so much for watching, good luck to everyone taking EOCs, and we’ll see you next Monday.

April 15th, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, April 15th, 2021.

Setting Stone is hosting its first, in-person Coffee House of the year on Friday, May 7th, and we are looking for performers! If you would like perform, you can sign up this week outside of Mr. Aerni’s room (320), or email settingstone@talawanda.org with your name and type of performance you would like to do! Due to certain restrictions, this Coffee House will be much different than in years past–so spots are limited. Sign up today!

Talawanda will be participating in Ohio Military Family Spirit Week this week. Today is is Statewide ‘Purple Up’ day, and Friday is RED day – Remember Everyone Deployed.  Talawanda is a Purple Star School and is proud to participate in this Spirit Week.

The 2021 Prom will be May 1st from 7:00-11:00 pm here at THS. Tickets are $20 and purchasing information will be sent to you via email. All current Juniors and Seniors, as well as the class of 2020, are invited to attend the prom. Seniors– please check with your English teacher for a link regarding prom attendance and prom queen and king! If you want to be on the king/queen ballot, you MUST use the link provided by your English teacher. The prom theme is “City of Stars” and we are hoping for good weather, a beautiful sunset, and a memorable evening. Please dress accordingly for the elements and a concrete dance floor. See Ms Mann if you have any questions! 

The Talawanda Key Club fundraiser has started!

In cooperation with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The Key Club Invites everyone to erase Cancer! Use the Website given out by your teachers to help in the effort.

The list of seniors who have qualified to graduate with honors is now posted outside the guidance office.   If you feel that you have met those requirements but are not on the lists please see your counselor as soon as possible.

Happy birthday today to Hannah Brewer and Kyle Betz.

Now for the student of the week followed by sports with GOON SQUAD!!

Happy Jackie Robinson Day everyone, now lets get into the sportz ballz

The tennis team dominated the Edgewood Cougars Tuesday evening taking the event 5-0. The following night they fell to a tough Fairfield squad by a 4-1 result.

We love LAX BROS!!!

Last night the baseball team run ruled Ross 11-1 in 5 innings. Brennyn Bell Bucher tossed a gem and Braden Wright picked up 3 rbi and a web gem in the field. Also, special shout out to Andrew Shrider for taking a wicked fastball off the dome.

Softball lost a tough one to Ross last night 11-8. The Brave were still able to put 10 hits on the board including doubles from Rachel Dsuban and Sophie Pierce.

Home games for today: Tennis will take on Northwest tonight at 4 and baseball will battle Moeller at 5

That’s our broadcast today, we are GOON SQUAD and “For a great low rate you can get online, go to the General and save some time”.

April 13th, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, April 13th, 2021.

Calling all musicians, poets, and performing artists: Setting Stone is hosting its first, in-person Coffee House of the year on Friday, May 7th, and we are looking for performers! If you would like perform, you can sign up this week outside of Mr. Aerni’s room (320), or email settingstone@talawanda.org with your name and type of performance you would like to do! Due to certain restrictions, this Coffee House will be much different than in years past–so spots are limited. Sign up today!

Talawanda will be participating in Ohio Military Family Spirit Week this week. Today is Red, White, and Blue day, Wednesday is Camoflague day, Thursday is Statewide ‘Purple Up’ day, and Friday is RED day – Remember Everyone Deployed.  Talawanda is a Purple Star School and is proud to participate in this Spirit Week.

The 2021 Prom will be May 1 from 7:00-11:00 pm here at THS. Tickets are $20 and purchasing information will be sent to you via email. All current Juniors and Seniors, as well as the class of 2020, are invited to attend the prom. Seniors– please check with your English teacher for a link regarding prom attendance and prom queen and king! If you want to be on the king/queen ballot, you MUST use the link provided by your English teacher. The prom theme is “City of Stars” and we are hoping for good weather, a beautiful sunset, and a memorable evening. Please dress accordingly for the elements and a concrete dance floor. See Ms Mann if you have any questions! 

The Talawanda Key Club fundraiser has started!

In cooperation with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The Key Club Invites everyone to erase Cancer! Use the Website given out by your teachers to help in the effort.

The list of seniors who have qualified to graduate with honors is now posted outside the guidance office.   If you feel that you have met those requirements but are not on the lists please see your counselor as soon as possible.

Happy birthday today to Nico Motta and Justin Spencer.

Now for Lax Hype followed by sports with Luke West Poley

Bad luck for the Brave struck again last night with both the baseball and softball teams having to cancel their matchups with Mount Healthy those have been rescheduled to later in the year.

The tennis team fell to Little Miami 4-1 on the road last night, they fall to 3-2 on the season, tonight they will continue their road slate in Trenton as they will battle the Edgewood Cougars.

The lacrosse team came up with a big win last night at McNicholas, 19-7 was the score, Grady Holmes led the team with 9 goals, and Brendan Bohon had 5, also John Nelson had a big shot block for the Brave, the GCL road games continue for the lax bros on Thursday at La Salle.

Home games for today: none

That’s our broadcast today, I’m Luke West Poley thanks so much for watching, we’ll see you on Thursday.

April 12, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, April 12th, 2021.

Calling all musicians, poets, and performing artists: Setting Stone is hosting its first, in-person Coffee House of the year on Friday, May 7th, and we are looking for performers! If you would like perform, you can sign up this week outside of Mr. Aerni’s room (320), or email settingstone@talawanda.org with your name and type of performance you would like to do! Due to certain restrictions, this Coffee House will be much different than in years past–so spots are limited. Sign up today!

Talawanda will be participating in Ohio Military Family Spirit Week this week, April 12th – 16th.  Monday will be support your favorite military branch day, Tuesday is Red, White, and Blue day, Wednesday is Camoflague day, Thursday is Statewide ‘Purple Up’ day, and Friday is RED day – Remember Everyone Deployed.  Talawanda is a Purple Star School and is proud to participate in this Spirit Week.

Please make sure to turn your signed permission slips in for the blood drive next week as soon as possible to schedule your time!  You may turn them in at lunch, to room 611 or in the office. 

The Talawanda Key Club fundraiser  from April 12th-16th has started!

In cooperation with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The Key Club Invites everyone to erase Cancer! Use the Website given out by your teachers to help in the effort. Or if you are being dropped off in the morning tomorrow, encourage your parents to participate in the “Chuck the Change” event! Key Club would also like to acknowledge any family members or friends of THS staff and students who have been impacted by cancer in any way. They encourage anyone who has been impacted to share a memory of a person close to them who has battled cancer.

Happy birthday today to Minjoon Lee, Jonathan Copeland, and Austin Weekley!

Now for coffee cart followed by sports with Hideki Matsuyama

Last weekend was plagued with bad weather for a number of athletic events, the baseball team’s Friday game versus Harrison was postponed until April 19th with the wildcats leading 4-1 in the 5th inning, also their home game versus Cincinnati Christian was cancelled, and the lacrosse game slated for Friday night was also cancelled, so we’ll do a rain dance this week and hope we’ll have some better luck.

The softball team did get through their game on Friday, it was their first conference loss of the year, the final score was 10-2 versus the Harrison wildcats, they fall to 8-2 overall with their next game scheduled for tonight at Mount Healthy.

Home games for this weekend: none, but good luck to baseball, softball, and tennis who all hit the road for matchups tonight.

That’s our broadcast today, I’m Hideki Matsuyama thanks so much for watching, I’m slept on like matresses, we’ll see you tomorrow.

April 9th, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Friday, April 9th, 2021.

Would you like to help a new student adapt to THS?  We are bringing back the ambassador program to match current students with new students.  Applications are available in the counseling office or online on the counseling website.

Setting Stone is pleased to announce the theme for the upcoming issue: Movement! The magazine will be unified by creative pieces that represent literal and metaphorical forms of movement. BUT! The staff needs your submissions to make this possible. Please submit any of your creative writing, photography, or visual art pieces to settingstone@talawanda.org, or by bringing them to room 320. We hope you’ll be a part of our award winning publication!

Congratulations to FCCLA Members who found out last night they were slated for State and Regional Offices.  Lauren Slattery and Taylor Gregory were slated as regional officers, and Lillian Shelley was double slated for state officer as State Secretary and Vice President of Member Engagement.  We find out the results on April 22nd!

If you are over 16, Baker concrete is offering paid summer training in Monroe.  This could lead to a full time position if graduated and 18 and over.  See your counselor for more information.

Talawanda will be participating in Ohio Military Family Spirit Week next week, April 12th – 16th.  Monday will be support your favorite military branch day, Tuesday is Red, White, and Blue day, Wednesday is Camoflague day, Thursday is Statewide ‘Purple Up’ day, and Friday is RED day – Remember Everyone Deployed.  Talawanda is a Purple Star School and is proud to participate in this Spirit Week.

FCCLA will be hosting the spring Blood Drive to be held on Friday April 16th, 7:30-11:30.  You must be 16 years old to donate. Pick up forms from the office, room 611, outside room 611 and at lunch.

The Talawanda Key Club is organizing a fundraiser  from April 12th-16th in cooperation with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Along with the fundraiser, Key Club would like to acknowledge any family members or friends of THS staff and students who have been impacted by cancer in any way. They encourage anyone who has been impacted to share a memory of a person close to them who has battled cancer.

Happy birthday today to Ben Crowder, Jada Tegge, Blake Puckett, and Austin Settles!

Now for sports with Luke West Poley

The baseball team lost 9-8 last night in a tough game against St Xavier, they fall to 5-3 on the year but will look to bounce back today in a conference matchup at Harrison.

Home games for this weekend: the tennis team will continue non-conference action with a 4 pm start against Elder today, the lacrosse team will host Wilmington tonight at 6:30, that game will be streamed live on Channel 85, and the baseball team will round out host duties for the Brave this weekend as they will play Cincinnati Christian tomorrow at 1.

That’s our broadcast today, I’m Luke West Poley thanks so much for watching, and lessgooo, it’s the weekend, we’ll see you on Monday.

April 8th, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, April 8th, 2021.

Would you like to help a new student adapt to THS?  We are bringing back the ambassador program to match current students with new students.  Applications are available in the counseling office or online on the counseling website.

Setting Stone is pleased to announce the theme for the upcoming issue: Movement! The magazine will be unified by creative pieces that represent literal and metaphorical forms of movement. BUT! The staff needs your submissions to make this possible. Please submit any of your creative writing, photography, or visual art pieces to settingstone@talawanda.org, or by bringing them to room 320. We hope you’ll be a part of our award winning publication!

If you are over 16, Baker concrete is offering paid summer training in Monroe.  This could lead to a full time position if graduated and 18 and over.  See your counselor for more information.

Talawanda will be participating in Ohio Military Family Spirit Week next week, April 12th – 16th.  Monday will be support your favorite military branch day, Tuesday is Red, White, and Blue day, Wednesday is Camoflague day, Thursday is Statewide ‘Purple Up’ day, and Friday is RED day – Remember Everyone Deployed.  Talawanda is a Purple Star School and is proud to participate in this Spirit Week.

FCCLA will be hosting the spring Blood Drive to be held on Friday April 16th, 7:30-11:30.  You must be 16 years old to donate. Pick up forms from the office, room 611, outside room 611 and at lunch.

Now for sports with Luke West Poley’s substitute

Men’s Varsity Tennis was victorious yesterday away against Harrison, coming away with a 3-2 win.  The JV tennis team lost 4-1 last night however, with the lone win being posted by sophomore Charles Murray.  The Brave are back in action tonight away against Elder.

The varsity softball team improved their record in the league to 2-0 last night with a 10-3 win against Harrison.  The winning pitcher was McKenna Weekley, player of the game was Sophie Pierce with 3 hits and an RBI.  Lilly Iden, Rachel Dsuban, Katie Jones, Maggie Pierce, Halee McDade, and Jillian Berger all had offensive production for the Brave as well.  This marks the first time the Brave have beat Harrison since joining the SWOC.  Congratulations Ladies.

The JV softball team also came home a winner yesterday, beating Harrison by a score of 11 to 9.  Winning pitcher was Keylee Goerss, and lots of girls had lots of hits in this one too.  Keep in rolling Brave Fastpitch, both Varsity and JV are off to great starts.

The varsity baseball team lost a tough one to Harrison at home last night by a score of 9 to 7 in 9 innings.  The Brave had big lead going into the second half of this contest, only to have the Wildcats roar back in the 7th and send the game into extra innings. 

Home games today: It’s GCL day at Talawanda – JV Baseball will take on St. Xavier at 5pm and the Boys varsity Tennis will have Elder at 4.

That’s our broadcast today, I’m not Goon Squad or Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, For those about to rock, we salute you, see you Friday.

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, April 6th, 2021.

Would you like to help a new student adapt to THS?  We are bringing back the ambassador program to match current students with new students.  Applications are available in the counseling office or online on the counseling website.

Setting Stone is pleased to announce the theme for the upcoming issue: Movement! The magazine will be unified by creative pieces that represent literal and metaphorical forms of movement. BUT! The staff needs your submissions to make this possible. Please submit any of your creative writing, photography, or visual art pieces to settingstone@talawanda.org, or by bringing them to room 320. We hope you’ll be a part of our award winning publication!

If you are over 16, Baker concrete is offering paid summer training in Monroe.  This could lead to a full time position if graduated and 18 and over.  See your counselor for more information.

Talawanda will be participating in Ohio Military Family Spirit Week next week, April 12th – 16th.  Monday will be support your favorite military branch day, Tuesday is Red, White, and Blue day, Wednesday is Camoflague day, Thursday is Statewide ‘Purple Up’ day, and Friday is RED day – Remember Everyone Deployed.  Talawanda is a Purple Star School and is proud to participate in this Spirit Week.

FCCLA will be hosting the spring Blood Drive to be held on Friday April 16th, 7:30-11:30.  You must be 16 years old to donate. Pick up forms from the office, room 611, outside room 611 and at lunch.

Now for teacher of the week followed by sports with Luke West Poley

With the Baylor Bears winning the National Championship last night the Bracket Challenge has come to a close, congrats to Mr. Rhoton on second prize and congrats to this year’s champion, Caleb Bogseth.

Also a huge congrats to Ben Shrider who was named to the All-State hockey team for the second straight year and a huge congrats to second year head coach Zach Sens on being named state coach of the year.

The baseball team put up 4 touchdowns last night in a 28-1 decision over Northwest, they pick up a win in their first conference game of the season to improve to 5-1 on the year with another slate of conference on the schedule starting with a home game against Harrison Wednesday.

The lax bro’s suffered a tough loss last night at home versus Seven Hills, 10-9 was the score with the decision coming in overtime, they fall to 5-2 on the year.

The softball team picked up another big victory yesterday in 10-0 fashion over Northwest, McKenna Weekley pitched a complete game shutout and Molly Van Gorden and Katie Jones both went 3-3 for the Brave, they improve to 7-1 on the year and will continue with conference games at home versus Harrison Wednesday.

The tennis team took their first loss of the season at the hands of Lakota East last night, they fall to 2-1 on the year.

Lots of teams and athletes up for Cincinnati Enquirer weekly honors this week, Kaydence Morris and Julio Fuentes are both up for track, Rachel Dsuban is up for softball, and her team is up for girls team of the week as well, so make sure to vote for everyone on the Cincinnati Enquirer’s high school sports page.

Home games today: the track team will host Harrison, Monroe and Badin in a quad starting at 4:30.

That’s our broadcast today, I’m not Goon Squad, thanks so much for watching, why you tryna keep me teeny, and Andy Zimmerman will see you on Thursday.

April 5th, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, April 5th, 2021.

Would you like to help a new student adapt to THS?  We are bringing back the ambassador program to match current students with new students.  Applications are available in the counseling office or online on the counseling website.

FCCLA will be hosting the spring Blood Drive to be held on Friday April 16th, 7:30-11:30.  You must be 16 years old to donate. Pick up forms from the office, room 611, outside room 611 and at lunch.

And now for a message about getting help preparing for prom, followed by sports with Goon Squad

Welcome back kids and coaches, lets go ahead and break these sports down from a fundamental stand point.

The bracket challenge placers remained unchanged as we head into the championship game. Brayden Shiflett and Caleb Bogseth are still holding onto their first and second place positions, but if Gonzaga wins Andrew Shrider will move into 1st place.

The baseball team improved their record to 4-1 over the weekend knocking off Batavia 5-0, Goshen 10-0 and then falling to Milford on Saturday by a score of 8-4. Brennyn Bell-Bucher is leading the team with a .750 average through the teams first 5 games.

The softball team went 3-0 over the weekend outscoring their opponents 53-11.  Hitting 4 dingers in the proccess, Rachel Dsuban with 2 kaelyn wright with 1 and Hailey Mcdade with 1.

The lax bro’s got a big upset victory @Beavercreek on Saturday with a final score of 16-14 after an explosion of 9 goals in the 3rd quarter and stellar goaltending by Craig Catania with 15 saves on the day to push the Brave to their first 5-1 start in program history.

The tennis team is back in action tonight @Lakota East starting at 4pm.

GO TRACK!

Home games today: Baseball & Softball hosts Northwest @5, and Lacrosse hosts Seven Hills @6 that game will be streamed on Channel 85 Andy Zimmerman will have the call tonight.

That’s our broadcast today, We’re goon squad, thanks so much for watching, have a great Monday.

April 1st, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, April 1st, 2021.

Would you like to help a new student adapt to THS?  We are bringing back the ambassador program to match current students with new students.  Applications are available in the counseling office or online on the counseling website.

And now for a quick word from Best Buddies

Oxford Community Parks is looking for volunteers to help with their annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday April 3rd.  Volunteers would need to arrive by 9 and would be done by noon.  If you are interested reach out to Ryan Himes (rhimes@cityofoxford.org) and Emily Sollenberger (esollenberger@cityofoxford.org).  

FCCLA will be hosting the spring Blood Drive to be held on Friday April 16th, 7:30-11:30.  You must be 16 years old to donate. Pick up forms from the office, room 611, outside room 611 and at lunch.

Now for student of the week followed by sports with Luke West Poley

Welcome back kids and coaches, happy opening day 2021.

The bracket challenge placers remained unchanged as we head into the final four Brayden Shiflett and Caleb Bogseth are still holding onto their first and second place positions.

The baseball team knocked off Monroe to improve to 2-0 on the year, Parker Geshan had 2 RBI and the win on the hill for the Brave, Niko Amarantos is tied with him for the SWOC lead in RBI as well he had 1 in the game on Tueday night.

The softball team run ruled Colerain on Tuesday, 19-2 was the final with the Brave coming out on top Mckenna Weekley pitched a a complete game and Rachel Dsuban went yard on the offensive side, the Brave improve to 3-1 on the year.

The lacrosse team blew out Franklin last night, scoring 18 goals and conceding just 2, Nick Engelhard, Brendan Bohon and Grady Holmes all put 4 on the board for the Brave in the winning effort, the lacrosse team is now 4-1 on the season.

The tennis team kept their undefeated streak going with a 5-0 sweep against Colerain last night, their next match tonight against St. Xavier B.

The track teams hosted a tri on Tuesday with Northwest and Eaton, there were many victories on the track, including a sweep of all distance events on the girls side and wins in the 1600 and 400 on the boys, in the field the Brave took home many wins as well with sweeps of the pole vault, high jump, and triple jump wins came on the girls side in both throwing events as well, the Brave were initially scheduled to race today, but that has been cancelled due to weather and will not be rescheduled, their next meet will come at home on Tuesday.

Home games this weekend: the softball team will host 3 games, beginning with a 5pm start against Finneytown tonight, and a doubleheader versus Monroe starting tomorrow at 10, the baseball team will host Goshen tomorrow and Milford on Saturday after a trip to Batavia today, tomorrow’s game will start at 5 and Saturday has first pitch set for 1.

That’s our broadcast today, I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, we just broke things down from a fundamental standpoint, have a great long weekend and we’ll see you on Monday.

March 30th, 2021

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, March 30th, 2021.

Would you like to help a new student adapt to THS?  We are bringing back the ambassador program to match current students with new students.  Applications are available in the counseling office or online on the counseling website.

Oxford Community Parks is looking for volunteers to help with their annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday April 3rd.  Volunteers would need to arrive by 9 and would be done by noon.  If you are interested reach out to Ryan Himes (rhimes@cityofoxford.org) and Emily Sollenberger (esollenberger@cityofoxford.org).  

FCCLA will be hosting the spring Blood Drive to be held on Friday April 16th, 7:30-11:30.  You must be 16 years old to donate.  Each Donation Saves 3 Lives!  Sign ups will start after spring break, forms will be available then.

Now for a critical analysis of Zachetology followed by sports with Luke West Poley

Brayden Shiflett has moved up to first in the bracket challenge after night 1 of the elite eight and Caleb Bogseth has fallen to second, also Mr. Rhoton has moved his way up to third, as the elite eight will come to a close tonight with the final 2 games.

The softball team knocked off Hamilton last night by a 5-3 score they improve to 2-1 on the year, and will finish a back to back of road games today at Colerain, with first pitch scheduled for 5.

The boys tennis team started their season off on the right foot last night with a 4-1 win over Fenwick, their next match will be tomorrow at Colerain.

The lacrosse team suffered their first regular season loss of the year last night at Chaminade Julienne, 16-13 was the final, Grady Holmes led the team with 7 goals and Craig Catania had 9 saves in the losing effort, they fall to 3-1 on the year and their next game will be tomorrow at Franklin.

Kiefer Bell is up for athlete of the week this week, so make sure to vote for him on the Cincinnati Enquirer’s high school sports page, also good luck to the rest of team as well as they will host the Talawanda Brave Invite tonight starting at 4:30.

Also good luck to the baseball team tonight at Monroe, Parker Geshan will be on the mound for the Brave at 5.

That’s our broadcast today, I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, barely even friends then somebody bends unexpectedly, and we’ll see you tomorrow.