October 10th, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, October 10th, 2019

Key Club is raising money for the Thirst Project, a nonprofit organization aimed at helping provide safe drinking water in places where it’s not readily available, as well as help build wells for villagers across Africa.  We will raise this money by selling water themed pins during lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the rest of the month.  The minimum pin is only $1, but feel free to donate more!  Try to get a pin as soon as possible, as we have limited supply.

The Fall Spooktacular Blood Drive will be held October 30th all students 16 and over are able to donate blood.  With each donation three lives are saved!  Pick up forms during lunch, in the office or room 611.

Now an announcement for the future live streams of Channel 85

Best buddies members and anyone interested in joining: Our next meeting will be Thursday, October 17 after school in Mrs. Sammons’ room. We will have SNACKS! If you missed our first meeting, please see Mrs. Sammons for information about signing up to be a member! 

Now for todays birthdays. Annmery Katto turns 15 and Nathan Detherage turns 17. Happy Birthday.

Voila is sponsoring SOCK-tober again this year!  We will take new socks of all sizes & types.  The socks will be donated to a local Hamilton charity.  Please drop them off to Room 118!!! We will collect the entire month of October.

Attention THS students! Once again, NOSEBLEED will be performing after Homecoming. It will be from 12-12:30 after the Homecoming dance. Come out and rock! If you want to buy merch, links are at their instagram page, @Nosebleed.OH

And we’d like to thank everyone who participated in spirit week

And now for Whats the T and Luke WP

I’m glad that my announcing position is safe over Peter for now, but we’ll have to see how you guys respond.

Congratulations to Dylan Slager on his performance at Districts a couple of days ago. The golf team’s season is over and came with a SWOC title this year so awesome job boys golf.

Events this weekend: Homecoming parade through town at 6, enjoy your day off for the fall break tomorrow, then head out tomorrow night to the homecoming football game at 7 it is a Pink Out and should be a great time as the team looks to pick up their first SWOC win of the year against the Owls of Mount Healthy. Then Saturday morning the Cross Country teams will be hosting the SWOC meet in the field behind the football stands with the girls team having their sights set on a third straight SWOC title and the boys hoping for their first since 2012, so come out and support your cross country team. Finally Saturday night will be the homecoming dance at 8, so have a great time at that.

And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and have fun and stay safe on this long homecoming weekend.

October 9th, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Wednesday, October 9th, 2019

Spirit week is this week.  Today is 80s day, and Thursday is class color day with Freshmen wearing red, Sophomores in Blue, Juniors in White, and Seniors in Black.  Dress up and have a great time!

Key Club is raising money for the Thirst Project, a nonprofit organization aimed at helping provide safe drinking water in places where it’s not readily available, as well as help build wells for villagers across Africa.  We will raise this money by selling water themed pins during lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the rest of the month.  The minimum pin is only $1, but feel free to donate more!  Try to get a pin as soon as possible, as we have limited supply.

The Fall Spooktacular Blood Drive will be held October 30th all students 16 and over are able to donate blood.  With each donation three lives are saved!  Pick up forms during lunch, in the office or room 611.

Now for the Homecoming Song Suggestions

Best buddies members and anyone interested in joining: Our next meeting will be Thursday, October 17 after school in Mrs. Sammons’ room. We will have SNACKS! If you missed our first meeting, please see Mrs. Sammons for information about signing up to be a member! 

Now for todays birthdays. Samariah Webb turns 16 and Kevin Thomas turns 18. Happy Birthday.

Voila is sponsoring SOCK-tober again this year!  We will take new socks of all sizes & types.  The socks will be donated to a local Hamilton charity.  Please drop them off to Room 118!!! We will collect the entire month of October.

Attention THS students! Once again, NOSEBLEED will be performing after Homecoming. It will be from 12-12:30 after the Homecoming dance. Come out and rock! If you want to buy merch, links are at their instagram page, @Nosebleed.OH

And now for Whats the T and Luke WP

The volleyball team fell on senior night in 3 sets yesterday they play tonight at Badin.

The boys soccer team fell to Northwest 2-0 yesterday on senior night they will play Turpin in the Playoffs on Saturday.

The girls soccer defeated Northwest by a 6-0 score to close out the regular season they play Monday vs Winton Woods.

Are you interested in swimming or diving for Talawanda this year?  If so, please make plans to attend the preseason meeting tonight.  The meeting will be at 7 PM in the cafeteria.  At the meeting practice and meet schedules will be distributed.  In addition you will also be able to meet the coaches of the team and learn the expectations for being a part of the team.  If you cannot make the meeting please see Coach Pasquale in Room 418.

Home games for today: None

And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and we got it done.

October 8th, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

Spirit week is this week.  Today is ‘Down on the Farm’, Wednesday is 80s day, and Thursday is class color day with Freshmen wearing red, Sophomores in Blue, Juniors in White, and Seniors in Black.  Dress up and have a great time!

Key Club is raising money for the Thirst Project, a nonprofit organization aimed at helping provide safe drinking water in places where it’s not readily available, as well as help build wells for villagers across Africa.  We will raise this money by selling water themed pins during lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the rest of the month.  The minimum pin is only $1, but feel free to donate more!  Try to get a pin as soon as possible, as we have limited supply.

If you have any pictures of your summer vacation you would like to include in the yearbook, please email them to yearbook@talawanda.org

The Fall Spooktacular Blood Drive will be held October 30th all students 16 and over are able to donate blood.  With each donation three lives are saved!  Pick up forms during lunch, in the office or room 611.

Now for Volleyball by Luna Cares

Best buddies members and anyone interested in joining: Our next meeting will be Thursday, October 17 after school in Mrs. Sammons’ room. We will have SNACKS! If you missed our first meeting, please see Mrs. Sammons for information about signing up to be a member! 

Now for todays birthdays. Matthew Speakman and Clayton Detherage turn 18. Happy Birthday.

Voila is sponsoring SOCK-tober again this year!  We will take new socks of all sizes & types.  The socks will be donated to a local Hamilton charity.  Please drop them off to Room 118!!! We will collect the entire month of October.

There are a pair of keys in the office if you lost them, they have a Talawanda key chain and were found out on Stillwell Beckett. Please come get them.

Attention THS students! Once again, NOSEBLEED will be performing after Homecoming. It will be from 12-12:30 after the Homecoming dance. Come out and rock! If you want to buy merch, links are at their instagram page, @Nosebleed.OH

And now for Whats the T and Luke WP

The girls soccer team tied Ross yesterday in a score less game they are now 4-1-4 in the SWOC and 8-3-4 overall. Their next game is today at Northwest.

The boys soccer team fell to Ross 4-3 yesterday night they play at home on senior night vs Northwest today.

The girls volleyball team fell to Winton Woods in 4 sets yesterday, they play tonight at home versus Edgewood in their volley for the cure game it is also senior night and we’ll stream it for you on YouTube I’ll have the call for you at 7.

Are you interested in swimming or diving for Talawanda this year?  If so, please make plans to attend the preseason meeting tomorrow night.  The meeting will be at 7 PM in the cafeteria.  At the meeting practice and meet schedules will be distributed.  In addition you will also be able to meet the coaches of the team and learn the expectations for being a part of the team.  If you cannot make the meeting please see Coach Pasquale in Room 418.

Home games for today: Boys soccer has their senior night JV at 5, Varsity at 7 and volleyball has their senior night and volley for the cure games vs Edgewood Freshman at 4:30, JV at 5:45 and Varsity at 7.

And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and have a great day.

October 7th, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, October 7th, 2019

Spirit week is this week.  Today everyone will be wearing Pajamas for PJ Day, Tuesday is ‘Down on the Farm’ so wear your best country outfit or dress up like a farm animal, Wednesday is 80s day, and Thursday is class color day with Freshmen wearing red, Sophomores in Blue, Juniors in White, and Seniors in Black.  Dress up and have a great time!

Key Club is raising money for the Thirst Project, a nonprofit organization aimed at helping provide safe drinking water in places where it’s not readily available, as well as help build wells for villagers across Africa.  We will raise this money by selling water themed pins during lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the rest of the month.  The minimum pin is only $1, but feel free to donate more!  Try to get a pin as soon as possible, as we have limited supply.

If you have any pictures of your summer vacation you would like to include in the yearbook, please email them to yearbook@talawanda.org

The Fall Spooktacular Blood Drive will be held October 30th all students 16 and over are able to donate blood.  With each donation three lives are saved!  Pick up forms during lunch, in the office or room 611.

Setting Stone Magazine was recently awarded a silver medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Come celebrate with us at the magazine’s official release party Today, October 7, right after school, in the space above the Media Center. The new magazine will be available to check out and/or purchase, and we will have coffee and snacks, as well. Hope to see you there!

Now for todays birthdays. Sarah Goll turns 17, Abagayl Callahan and Stefan Hill turn 18. Happy Birthday.

Any student taking the PSAT on October 16 will need to come to register with Mr. Phelps Today, October 7 right after school in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions, please see him in room 518.

Voila is sponsoring SOCK-tober again this year!  We will take new socks of all sizes & types.  The socks will be donated to a local Hamilton charity.  Please drop them off to Room 118!!! We will collect the entire month of October.

And now for Whats the T and Luke WP

The boys soccer team fell to Kings by a 4-1 score they fall to 4-8-2 on the year and their next game is today at home versus Ross.

The Freshmen football team defeated the Harrison WIldcats on Saturday to a score of 41 to 22.  The team improves to 3 and 1 on the season and they remain undefeated (3-0) in SWOC play. 

The Varsity football team fell to Harrison by a 42-7 score they fall to 4-2 on the year and 0-2 in the SWOC they play in the homecoming game this Friday and it will be a pink out.

The high school cross country team had another great performance on Saturday at Eaton.  The girls won the meet on a tie-breaker and beat the field of 10 teams.  The Brave had five girls in the top 13, with Hannah LIppincott 2nd, Maddy Iden 5th, Libby Farmer 6th, Lilly Iden 12th, and Eva Motta 13th.  Kylee Carver and Abby Bahlau rounded out the top 7 with personal best times.  Hannah Farnsworth, Asya Walsh, Brooke Hubbard, and Bella Walter also ran personal best times.  The boys ran another good race to finish in third place out of 14 teams.  Kiefer Bell was 2nd in the field of 187 runners.  Logan Murray was also in the top 10 with a 6th place finish.  The team had 15 personal records of the 22 runners that ran.  Both teams look forward to running the SWOC Meet at home on Friday.  Races start at 9:30.  Please come out and support the cross country team as they attempt to sweep the SWOC titles.

Are you interested in swimming or diving for Talawanda this year?  If so, please make plans to attend the preseason meeting this Wednesday night.  The meeting will be at 7 PM in the cafeteria.  At the meeting practice and meet schedules will be distributed.  In addition you will also be able to meet the coaches of the team and learn the expectations for being a part of the team.  If you cannot make the meeting please see Coach Pasquale in Room 418.

A Brave 5K sponsored by the Cross Country and Track teams will be hosted at Oxford Community Park on November 9th, registration information can be found at abrave5k.com and the deadline to guarantee a T-Shirt is October 25th.

Home games for today: Boys soccer hosts Ross JV at 5 Varsity at 7.

And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and say Colorado.

Friday, October 4th, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Friday, October 4th, 2019

HOMECOMING is right around the corner! If you need assistance with homecoming attire, please see Ashley in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday. 

Homecoming ticket sales will begin TODAY! Tickets will be $15 each. You can purchase your ticket during lunch, or stop by the main office and see Mrs. Stivers. If you are bringing a guest that is not from Talawanda, you must get a guest form and purchase your guest’s ticket from the main office.

And now for a special segment about Homecoming week next week.

Are you interested in swimming or diving for Talawanda this year?   If so, please make plans to attend the preseason meeting next Wednesday, October 9th.  The meeting will be at 7pm in the cafeteria.  At the meeting, practice and meet schedules will be distributed.  In addition you will also be able to meet the coaches of the team and learn the expectations for being a part of the team.  If you cannot make the meeting, please see Coach Pasquale in Room 418.

Spirit week is next week.  On Monday everyone will be wearing Pajamas for PJ Day, Tuesday is ‘Down on the Farm’ so wear your best country outfit or dress up like a farm animal, Wednesday is 80s day, and Thursday is class color day with Freshmen wearing red, Sophomores in Blue, Juniors in White, and Seniors in Black.  Dress up and have a great time!

If you have any pictures of your summer vacation you would like to include in the yearbook, please email them to yearbook@talawanda.org

The Fall Spooktacular Blood Drive will be held October 30th all students 16 and over are able to donate blood.  With each donation three lives are saved!  Pick up forms during lunch, in the office or room 611.

Setting Stone Magazine was recently awarded a silver medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Come celebrate with us at the magazine’s official release party on Monday, October 7, right after school, in the space above the Media Center. The new magazine will be available to check out and/or purchase, and we will have coffee and snacks, as well. Hope to see you there!

The A Brave Cares shirts are available for $15 and are being sold during lunches or stop by room 611.  There are field hockey, soccer, volleyball and football games that are all hosting A Brave Cares games over the next 2 weeks.  All proceeds are being donated to Luna Cares.  

Happy Birthday to Austin Schomaker turns 18, Carly Hornsby turns 15, John Nelson turns 16, Jacob Mason turns 18, and McKenzie Hanson turns 15.

Any student taking the PSAT on October 16 will need to come to register with Mr. Phelps on Monday, October 7 right after school in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions, please see him in room 518.

Voila s sponsoring SOCK-tober again this year!  We will take new socks of all sizes & types.  The socks will be donated to a local Hamilton charity.  Please drop them off to Room 118!!! We will collect the entire month of October.

Thursday, October 3rd 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

HOMECOMING is right around the corner! If you need assistance with homecoming attire, please see Ashley in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday. 

Homecoming ticket sales will begin tomorrow, October 4th. Tickets will be $15 each. You can purchase your ticket during lunch, or stop by the main office and see Mrs. Stivers. If you are bringing a guest that is not from Talawanda, you must get a guest form and purchase your guest’s ticket from the main office. 

Spirit week is next week.  On Monday everyone will be wearing Pajamas for PJ Day, Tuesday is ‘Down on the Farm’ so wear your best country outfit or dress up like a farm animal, Wednesday is 80s day, and Thursday is class color day with Freshmen wearing red, Sophomores in Blue, Juniors in White, and Seniors in Black.  Dress up and have a great time!

If you have any pictures of your summer vacation you would like to include in the yearbook, please email them to yearbook@talawanda.org

The Fall Spooktacular Blood Drive will be held October 30th all students 16 and over are able to donate blood.  With each donation three lives are saved!  Pick up forms during lunch, in the office or room 611.

Setting Stone Magazine was recently awarded a silver medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Come celebrate with us at the magazine’s official release party on Monday, October 7, right after school, in the space above the Media Center. The new magazine will be available to check out and/or purchase, and we will have coffee and snacks, as well. Hope to see you there!

The A Brave Cares shirts are available for $15 and are being sold during lunches or stop by room 611.  There are field hockey, soccer, volleyball and football games that are all hosting A Brave Cares games over the next 2 weeks.  All proceeds are being donated to Luna Cares.  

Now for today’s birthday’s, Andrew Miller turns 17, Spencer Crauder turns  18, Ben Fowler turns 18, Krista Snell turns 18, Davis Byrd turns 17, and Austin Simpkins turns 18.  Special birthday wishes to staff members Mrs. Sammons and Officer Butler.

Any student taking the PSAT on October 16 will need to come to register with Mr. Phelps on Monday, October 7 right after school in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions, please see him in room 518.

Voila is sponsoring SOCK-tober again this year!  We will take new socks of all sizes & types.  The socks will be donated to a local Hamilton charity.  Please drop them off to Room 118!!! We will collect the entire month of October.

October 2nd, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

Attention Viola and Red Cross members: Our October Meeting will be Wednesday October 9th right after school in room 118.  Please plan to be there!!   We will discuss the Red Cross service project,  fundraisers and t-shirt orders.

All YITs have a meeting after school in the staff cafeteria.  Hope to see you there!

HOMECOMING is right around the corner! If you need assistance with homecoming attire, please see Ashley in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday. 

Homecoming ticket sales will begin on October 4th. Tickets will be $15 each. You can purchase your ticket during lunch, or stop by the main office and see Mrs. Stivers. If you are bringing a guest that is not from Talawanda, you must get a guest form and purchase your guest’s ticket from the main office. 

The Fall Spooktacular Blood Drive will be held October 30th all students 16 and over are able to donate blood.  With each donation three lives are saved!  Pick up forms during lunch, in the office or room 611.

Setting Stone Magazine was recently awarded a silver medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Come celebrate with us at the magazine’s official release party on Monday, October 7, right after school, in the space above the Media Center. The new magazine will be available to check out and/or purchase, and we will have coffee and snacks, as well. Hope to see you there!

The A Brave Cares shirts are available for $15 and are being sold during lunches or stop by room 611.  There are field hockey, soccer, volleyball and football games that are all hosting A Brave Cares games over the next 2 weeks.  All proceeds are being donated to Luna Cares.  

Back by popular demand, Jack asks teahcers questions

Now for today’s birthday’s, Vivian Browning and Shae Dillingham turn 16. Happy Birthday.

Any student taking the PSAT on October 16 will need to come to register with Mr. Phelps on Monday, October 7 right after school in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions, please see him in room 518.

Voila is sponsoring SOCK-tober again this year!  We will take new socks of all sizes & types.  The socks will be donated to a local Hamilton charity.  Please drop them off to Room 118!!! We will collect the entire month of October.

And now for Whats the T and Luke WP

And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and Mr. Z wants to remind you that if our Youtube channel or Twitter page gains 100 followers, we will remove the Little Einsteins intro Channel 85 on Youtube, @bravedailynews on Twitter, we’ll see you tomorrow.

October 1st, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, October 1st, 2019

Librarians from the Oxford Lane Library will be in the THS cafeteria during tutorial and all three lunches on Tuesday, October 1 to register students for the Lane’s teen library card.  It’s free and gives you access to print materials, audiobooks, and electronic resources.  Get your library card on Tuesday!

Attention Viola and Red Cross members: Our October Meeting will be Wednesday October 9th right after school in room 118.  Please plan to be there!!   We will discuss the Red Cross service project,  fundraisers and t-shirt orders.

Seniors interested in assisting with sophomore PRIDE Day should pick up an application from Mrs. Peter in the counseling office. Forms are due October 1st.

HOMECOMING is right around the corner! If you need assistance with homecoming attire, please see Ashley in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday. 

Homecoming ticket sales will begin on October 4th. Tickets will be $15 each. You can purchase your ticket during lunch, or stop by the main office and see Mrs. Stivers. If you are bringing a guest that is not from Talawanda, you must get a guest form and purchase your guest’s ticket from the main office. 

Jostens will be in the cafeteria during lunch and after school from 5-7 until October 1st for class ring orders. Additional order packets are in the office.

Now for Behind the Scenes

Now for today’s birthday’s, Lilia Hool turns 15, Lauren Schlichter turns 16, and Gabriel Kelemen turns 17. Happy Birthday.

Voila is sponsoring SOCK-tober again this year!  We will take new socks of all sizes & types.  The socks will be donated to a local Hamilton charity.  Please drop them off to Room 118!!! We will collect the entire month of October.

And now for Whats the T and Luke WP

The girls golf team performed well at Sectionals on Monday, the team shot a 412, Jada Tegge shot a 94, other scorers for the Brave were Alysse Aylor shot a 101, Sophia Moore shot a 105, and Grace Clawson shot a 112. The Brave finish their season 16-4, 8-2 in the conference, good for second place.

JV Tennis defeated Ross yesterday, the Varsity team will head to Sectionals tomorrow.

We will be taking a spirit bus to Harrison this Friday for the football game so sign-ups will be in the athletic office, make sure to pack the stadium this Friday.

Home games for today: Boys soccer hosts Mount Healthy at 7, that game will be livestreamed on Channel 85, Grady Holmes will have the call for you there, and the Volleyball teams host Harrison, Freshman at 4:30, JV at 5:45, and Varsity at 7, the Varsity game will be livestreamed on ICRC TV, I’ll have that call so two livestreams in one night, a busy night for us at Channel 85.

And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and Mr. Z wants to remind you that if our Youtube channel or Twitter page gains 100 followers, we will remove the Little Einsteins intro Channel 85 on Youtube, @bravedailynews on Twitter, we’ll see you tomorrow.

September 30th, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, September 30th, 2019

Librarians from the Oxford Lane Library will be in the THS cafeteria during tutorial and all three lunches on Tuesday, October 1 to register students for the Lane’s teen library card.  It’s free and gives you access to print materials, audiobooks, and electronic resources.  Get your library card on Tuesday!

Seniors interested in assisting with sophomore PRIDE Day should pick up an application from Mrs. Peter in the counseling office. Forms are due October 1st.

HOMECOMING is right around the corner! If you need assistance with homecoming attire, please see Ashley in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday. 

Homecoming ticket sales will begin on October 4th. Tickets will be $15 each. You can purchase your ticket during lunch, or stop by the main office and see Mrs. Stivers. If you are bringing a guest that is not from Talawanda, you must get a guest form and purchase your guest’s ticket from the main office. 

Jostens will be in the cafeteria during lunch and after school from 5-7 until October 1st for class ring orders. Additional order packets are in the office.

Now for today’s birthday’s, Taylor Callahan and Mariah Reardon turn 14, and Nathan Hughes turns 16. Happy Birthday.

Attention brand new NHS members: remember to meet today after school in the Upper Media Center.

There will be no Environmental and Natural sciences club meeting today

And now for Whats the T and Luke WP

The football team fell to Little Miami on Friday night by a 41-19 score they fall to 4-1 on the year and their next game is this Friday at Harrison.

The volleyball team fell to Eaton on Saturday in 4 sets they fall to 3-12 on the year and they play their next game tomorrow vs Harrison at home that game will be livestreamed on ICRC TV and I’ll have the call for you.

The girls soccer team defeated Union County on Saturday by a 6-0 score they improve to 6-3-3 on the year and play tomorrow versus Stivers School.

Home games for today: None

And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and Jack’s never doing the outro again.

September 27th, 2019

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Friday, September 27th, 2019

Librarians from the Oxford Lane Library will be in the THS cafeteria during tutorial and all three lunches on Tuesday, October 1 to register students for the Lane’s teen library card.  It’s free and gives you access to print materials, audiobooks, and electronic resources.  Get your library card on Tuesday!

Seniors interested in assisting with sophomore PRIDE Day should pick up an application from Mrs. Peter in the counseling office.

HOMECOMING is right around the corner! If you need assistance with homecoming attire, please see Ashley in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday. 

Baseball players who have volunteered to work at the Bogan Carnival on Saturday, September 28th should enter through the front entrance at their assigned time and report to the volunteers’ desk.

Jostens will be in the cafeteria during lunch and after school from 5-7 until October 1st for class ring orders. Additional order packets are in the office.

Now for today’s birthday’s, Blake Detherage turns 15, Danielle Dysert turns 16, and Mason Hansford turns 18. Happy Birthday.

Attention brand new NHS members: remember to meet on Monday, September 30 after school in the Upper Media Center.

There will be no Environmental and Natural sciences club meeting Monday

And now for Whats the T and Luke WP

Mr. Thomas was sitting in the dark playing Clash Royale in his room today when he told me that the girls tennis team placed 2nd at the SWOC championships yesterday the girls also placed second in the overall regular season standings Allie Flick placed 4th in the first singles section and Bethany Dickman and Lilia Hool placed 3rd in first doubles.

The girls soccer team had a dominating win on a bounceback night yesterday they defeated the Harrison Wildcats by a 5-1 score they improve to 5-3-3 on the year and play tomorrow at Union County.

The boys soccer team tied Harrison 0-0 they are now 2-7-2 on the year and play next Tuesday against Mount Healthy that game will be livestreamed on Channel 85.

Home games for today: Field hockey hosts Dublin Scioto JV at 5 Varsity at 6:30.

Congrats to Matt June on showing up on time to school for 10 days in a row.

And the football team will head to Little Miami tonight to face the Panthers looking to improve their season record to 5-0. The student section theme is a hippie out so bust out those peace signs tonight. And we leave you today with some words from Coach Cox. I sat down with him yesterday to discuss his season so far and the upcoming matchup versus Little Miami.

And that’s our broadcast on this day. I’m Luke West Poley. Thanks so much for watching, and have a great weekend.