October 19, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Thursday, October 19, 2017

Club News for today: Art Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, October 26 until 4:30 pm. It’s a Halloween special and anyone is welcome to join.

Lost and Found is overflowing!  It will be taken to the Oxford Resource Center on Monday.  Come to the main office to check it out.  You may find your lost coat, sweater, sweatshirt or lunch boxes.

Next Tuesday, October 24, Josten’s will be making a return to take graduation order forms during lunch. Seniors, be sure to turn in yours as soon as possible.

Do you enjoy Jeopardy?  Do you have a great memory? Do you feel you are smarter than Patrick Wade Wolfe?  If so, yes come to the first academic challenge meeting which will take place in room 411 next Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.

Students-  there will be representatives from Ohio University at THS today. Please sign up for a pass in advanced to come to the guidance office.

Next Tuesday is picture retake day. Orders forms are in the main office, please bring your original photos with you to turn in to the photographers.

Also, seniors will be getting their panoramic portrait taken next Tuesday at 1:00 pm at the football field. Make sure you have your order forms if you are interested.

The Gasser Nation apparel sale has started! Short and long sleeve T’s, hoodies, stickers, hats, brand new flags, but most importantly, sweatpants. Meet with Jake Schulte or Dakota Kiefer for prices if you are interested, payment is due next Monday, October 30.

Voila’s Sock-tober drive is still going strong! All donations go to the Family Resource Center, so feel free to stop by room 118 and turn in a new pair of socks.

Freshmen- this is the last week to turn in orders for our candle sale fundraiser. Please turn in packets to Mrs. Sammons today. Prize drawings will be held next Monday.

And now to a special video from YIT about Sparks

Lunch for today is rotini with meat sauce, garlic roll and side salad, and chilled fruits.

Birthdays for today: Trenidy Robbers and Kaliyah Shannon turn 15, Nathan Fox turns 16.

And now to Patty G for sports

The volleyball team’s season came to an end last night with their 3 set loss in the first round of the playoffs to Lakota East. It ends the volleyball team’s season with an overall record of 9-14. They went 6-6 in the conference.

And don’t forget to go the soccer game in Sycamore on Saturday night at 7. Cheer on the Braves as they try to earn a spot in the third round of the playoffs for the first time in recent history.

And Basketball conditioning has been canceled for tonight. Conditioning will continue on Monday the 23rd at 2:45 in the gym.

That’s our broadcast for this Thursday. I’m the spark master general Patrick Geshan, hope you’ve had a spark-filled week! Enjoy your looooooooooong weekend Talawanda!

October 18, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Club News for today: Art Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, October 26 until 4:30 pm. It’s a Halloween special and anyone is welcome to join. FCA will be meeting today in Mr. Newberry’s, room 219, you don’t have to be an athlete to attend, so bring a friend and stop by.

Lost and Found is overflowing!  It will be taken to the Oxford Resource Center on Monday.  Come to the main office to check it out.  You may find your lost coat, sweater, sweatshirt or lunch boxes.

Do you enjoy Jeopardy?  Do you have a great memory? Do you feel you are smarter than Patrick Wade Wolfe?  If so, yes come to the first academic challenge meeting which will take place in room 411 next Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.

Students- during tutorial, there will be representatives from Ohio University at THS tomorrow. Please sign up for a pass in advanced to come to the guidance office.

The Gasser Nation apparel sale has started! Short and long sleeve T’s, hoodies, stickers, hats, brand new flags, but most importantly, sweatpants. Meet with Jake Schulte or Dakota Kiefer for prices if you are interested, payment is due next Monday, October 30.

Freshmen- this is the last week to turn in orders for our candle sale fundraiser. Please turn in packets to Mrs. Sammons by tomorrow. Prize drawings will be held next Monday.

And now to some students and staff talking about their spark.

Lunch for today is pork barbecue on a bun, baked fries, cole slaw, and chilled fruits.

Birthday for today is Thomas Clay who turns 17.

And now to Patty G for sports

The boys’ soccer is moving on after a 4-2 victory over Walnut Hills yesterday on their home field. They’re going to the second round of the state playoffs where the Braves will take on Sycamore at Sycamore on Saturday at 7:00 pm.

And good luck to the girls’ volleyball team who plays Lakota East in the sectional tournament today. The match starts at 7:30 pm.

For anyone who is interested in competing for the Talawanda Swim and Dive team, please plan on attending the pre-season meeting today at 7:00 pm in the cafeteria. Coaches will distribute the practice and meet schedule for the year at the meeting and also discuss the expectations for all athletes on the team. If you are not able to attend, please see Coach Pasquale in room 418.

That’s our broadcast for this Wednesday. I’m Patrick Geshan, tomorrow during Tutorial, every student will be filling out cards with their spark. We’ll see you tomorrow!!!

October 17, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Club News for today: Art Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, October 26 until 4:30 pm. It’s a Halloween special and anyone is welcome to join. FCA will be meeting tomorrow in Mr. Newberry’s, room 219, you don’t have to be an athlete to attend, so bring a friend and stop by. For Voila members, please stop by room 118 today to pick up fundraiser materials.

Seniors, Josten’s will be here today during lunch to take graduation orders. Be sure to turn yours in to save money. The longer you wait, the more prices go up.

Lost and Found is overflowing!  It will be taken to the Oxford Resource Center on Monday.  Come to the main office to check it out.  You may find your lost coat, sweater, sweatshirt or lunch boxes.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

Do you enjoy Jeopardy?  Do you have a great memory? Do you feel you are smarter than Patrick Wade Wolfe?  If so, yes come to the first academic challenge meeting which will take place in room 411 next Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.

Students- during tutorial, there will be representatives from Ball State University and Malone University at THS today and Ohio University on Thursday. Please sign up for a pass in advanced to come to the guidance office.

The Gasser Nation apparel sale starts today Talawanda! Short and long sleeve T’s, hoodies, stickers, hats, brand new flags, but most importantly, sweatpants. Meet with Jake Schulte or Dakota Kiefer for prices if you are interested, payment is due next Monday, October 30.

Freshmen- this is the last week to turn in orders for our candle sale fundraiser. Please turn in packets to Mrs. Sammons by this Thursday. Prize drawings will be held next Monday.

And now to some students and staff talking about their spark.

Lunch for today is grilled cheese, chili soup, pickle spear, and chilled fruits.

Birthdays for today: Trey Herring turns 15, Lokesh Sequeira and Madeline Fry turn 17, Braden Prince and Samantha Bowling turn 18.

And now to Patty G for sports

The girls’ soccer team fell in the first round of the playoffs by a score of 1-0 yesterday to Princeton at home. The girls season has come to an end – they finish with an overall record of 7-10 and a conference record of 3-3. Congratulations on a good season, girls!

For anyone who is interested in competing for the Talawanda Swim and Dive team, please plan on attending the pre-season meeting tomorrow at 7:00 pm in the cafeteria. Coaches will distribute the practice and meet schedule for the year at the meeting and also discuss the expectations for all athletes on the team. If you are not able to attend, please see Coach Pasquale in room 418.

And there’s one home game for today: Boys Varsity Soccer has their first, but not their last playoff match! Its against  Walnut Hills, right here at THS. Kickoff is at 7:00 pm.

On the bright side this week, we look at what little courtesy can do for someone. Every day when you walking into the school, take some time to wait and hold the door open for someone. A little good can go a long way.

That’s our broadcast for this Tuesday. I’m Patrick Geshan, and MY spark every day is getting up and coming to school to share the sports with you! Have a fun day Talawanda!

Good morning Talawanda! Today is October 16, 2017

Club News for today: No Setting Stone meeting after school today. Mr. Aerni and Mrs. Squance can’t wait to see you after the Fall break. Art Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, October 26 until 4:30 pm. It’s a Halloween special and anyone is welcome to join.

Congratulations to the FFA Rural and Urban soil judging teams. This conference held roughly 200 FFA chapters. The urban team of Dakota Kiefer, Austin Lake, Joseph Copeland, and Matthew Butterfield placed among participants, and the rural team of Spencer Crauder, Dalton Schlichter, Sarah Allen, and Ben Eichler placed 12th. Good job to both teams.

Seniors, Josten’s will be here tomorrow during lunch to take graduation orders. Be sure to turn yours in to save money. The longer you wait, the more prices increase.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

Students- during tutorial, there will be representatives from Ball State University and Malone University at THS on Tuesday and Ohio University on Thursday. Please sign up for a pass in advanced to come to the guidance office.

The wait is over Talawanda! The Fall Gasser  Nation apparel sale starts tomorrow. More information will be available just in time for this Tuesday.

And now to some students and staff talking about their spark.

Lunch for today is: rib barbecue sandwich, baked fries, and pasta salad

Birthdays for today: Michael Schwab turns 16, Zachary Ferneding and Thomas Winkler turn 17.

And now to weather, followed by sports

For anyone who is interested in competing for the Talawanda Swim and Dive team, please plan on attending the pre-season meeting this Wednesday, October 18, at 7:00 pm in the cafeteria. Get a chance to meet the coaches and learn team expectations. Practice and meeting schedule will be available at the meeting, if you are not able to attend, please see Coach Pasquale in room 418.

Congratulations to the Boys’ Soccer Seniors on their 3-1 over Winton Woods last Saturday, capping off a historic 13-2-1 season. The Braves were led by their defensive co-captains Alex Pohlabel, Andrew Belec, and Owen Ramsey. Solid supporting play by John Krumpe and Dillion Heineman, with an assist by Wallace Kelly and a goal scored by Dallas Josey. Play continues tomorrow against Walnut Hills in the first round of the state tournament, with kick-off at 7:00 pm.

The Talawanda Girls Cross Country team won the SWOC Championship on Saturday.  Leading the way was Freshman Maddy Iden in second place in a new personal record time of 19:49.  Libby Farmer and Ashley Baxter also earned first-team SWOC honors by finishing in fourth and fifth place.  Earning second-team honors were Jazz Bennett (10th), Mary Kate Huddleston (13th), and Zoe Moore (14th).  Rounding out the scoring was Nina Stahr (29th).  Brooke Hubbard, Hannah Nohrer, Heather Kuckuck, Katie Keeler, and Audrey Lorigan continued their great improvement to aid the Braves cause.  The team will travel to Cedarville University for the District Meet on Saturday, October 21.

The Talawanda Boys Cross Country team earned a third-place finish at the SWOC Championship on Saturday.  Leading the way and earning first-team SWOC honors was David Kraushar in fourth place.  Earning second-team honors for the Braves were Connor Schlade (9th) and Finn Klambeck (10th).  Daniel Sawdai (19th), Ethan Hamilton (33rd), Johnny Faler (36th), Quinn Kissell (37th), and Kye Tomoyasu (40th) formed a tight pack to bolster the Braves.  Also setting new personal records were Benjamin Farmer and Connor Woodin.  The team will travel to Cedarville University for the District Meet on Saturday, October 21.

One home game for today: it’s girls’ soccer sectional playoffs. Our girls take on Princeton with the kickoff at 7:00 pm.

That’s our broadcast for this Friday. I’m Patrick Geshan, and as the spark master general for the daily news, I encourage you to think about what gets you out of the bed in the morning!

October 13, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Friday the 13th, 2017

Club News for today: For Voila members, t-shirt money and orders are due this week, so stop by room 118 to drop it off. Model UN members, please be sure to check your e-mail for more information about your final fees.

Members of Setting Stone, please meet after school today to celebrate the end of this week’s submission drive. AFS will be holding a party tomorrow from 7:00-9:00 pm. Anyone who would like to attend, please stop by room 117 to receive the address from Ms. Hofmann, members are free to invite friends to join.

We are sorry to announce tonight’s Setting Stone Coffee House is canceled, but it’s still never too late to submit for next season. Any artists, writers, or photographers are encouraged to submit, and for every 5th submission, there will be a raffle to win a free Setting Stone t-shirt. E-mail submissions to Mr. Aerni or Mrs. Squance, or any member of Setting Stone.

Art Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, October 26 until 4:30 pm. It’s a Halloween special and anyone is welcome to join.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

The wait is over Talawanda! The Fall Gasser  Nation apparel sale starts next Tuesday, October 17. More information will be available as the day moves closer.

Lunch for today is: chicken nuggets and mashed potatoes, green beans, and chilled fruits

Birthdays for today: Allison Gentry turns 17, Claudia Burgess, Shelby Bias, Ethan Di Menna, and Kadie Adams turn 18.

And now to weather, followed by sports

No home games for today. Tomorrow, however, Boys’ JV football face off against Edgewood at 10:00 am.

Congratulations to the Boys’ Soccer team on their championship win against Ross yesterday. Their 3-0 win puts them at the top of the SWOC charts. Tomorrow they take on Winton Woods, JV at 1:00 pm and Varsity at 3:00 pm, so come out and show your support, it’s a Senior night!

That’s our broadcast for this Friday. This is definitely not Patrick Geshan, but we sure do miss him. Have a good day Talawanda!

October 12, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Thursday, October 12, 2017

Club News for today: For Voila members, t-shirt money and orders are due this week, so stop by room 118 to drop it off. Model UN members, please be sure to check your e-mail for more information about your final fees.

The Setting Stone Fall Coffee House is tomorrow night in the cafeteria. Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door. Artists who make submissions receive a $1 discount on ticket purchases.

Setting Stone is kicking off a week-long submission drive for the printed publication this year. Any artists, writers, or photographers are encouraged to submit, and for every 5th submission, there will be a raffle to win a free Setting Stone t-shirt. E-mail submissions to Mr. Aerni or Mrs. Squance, or any member of Setting Stone.

This month is Voila’s annual SOCK-tober event! Voila will be collecting new pairs of socks of any kind as donations for all of October. Come by room 118 and turn in pairs to the blue bin.

Any students who are interested in working on the stage crew for the fall production, The Game’s Afoot, there will be a short meeting today after school in the PAC to discuss ways to get involved. If you are not able to attend, stop by room 409 or send an e-mail to Mr. Steffen.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

And now for tonight’s Soccer hype video.

Lunch for today is: Cincinnati chili with spaghetti, cheese and onion tossed salad, and chilled fruits

Birthdays for today: Justin Beckner and Ella Cope turn 16, Breanna Rybolt and Rachel Burdine turn 17.

And now to weather, followed by sports.

One home game tonight: The 11-21 SWOC champion boys’ soccer team takes on league rival Ross who is 10-3-2 in a battle for SWOC supremacy.  While the Braves already have clinched back to back championships, a win or a tie means they own the title outright.  JV plays at 5:00 pm and Varsity game time is 7:00 pm, students get in for only one dollar!  Come on out and show your support.  The game will also be broadcast by us on the Cube.com tonight if you can’t be there.  The game will be a PINK out, and students get in for only ONE DOLLAR!

That’s our broadcast for this Thursday. I wish I was Patrick Geshan. Have a good day Talawanda.

October 11, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Club News for today: For Voila members, t-shirt orders and money are due this week, so stop by room 118 to turn it in. YIT will be having a meeting today after school, all members be sure to come and meet in the staff lounge.

Are you interested in taking CCP classes in spring? Reminder the deadline to apply is November 1. Please see your counselor for additional details.

The Setting Stone Fall Coffee House is this Friday night in the cafeteria. Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door. Artists who make submissions receive a $1 discount on ticket purchases.

Setting Stone is kicking off a week-long submission drive for the printed publication this year. Any artists, writers, or photographers are encouraged to submit, and for every 5th submission, there will be a raffle to win a free Setting Stone t-shirt. E-mail submissions to Mr. Aerni or Mrs. Squance, or any member of Setting Stone.

This month is Voila’s annual SOCK-tober event! Voila will be collecting new pairs of socks of any kind as donations for all of October. Come by room 118 and turn in pairs to the blue bin.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

Lunch for today is: taco salad or soft tacos, and chilled fruits

Birthdays for today: Wyatt Arno turns 17, Albert Taulbee and Emmett Williams turn 18

And now to weather, followed by sports

No home games for today

Girls’ Varsity Soccer took a loss yesterday in their match against Ross, 1-3. This puts the squad at a 3-3-0 record in the SWOC with an overall record of 7-9-0

The 11, 2 and 1 boys soccer team takes on league rival Ross who is 10, 3, and 2 in a battle for SWOC supremacy tomorrow night.  While the Braves already have clinched back to back championships, a win or a tie means they own the title outright.  Game time is 7 pm and students get in for only one dollar!  Come on out and show your support.  The game will also be broadcast by us on the Cube dot com tomorrow if you can’t be there.

That’s our broadcast for this Wednesday. I’m Patrick Geshan. Have a good day Talawanda.

October 10, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Club News for today: Best Buddies will have a meeting today after school in room 316. Students are still welcome to join as new members, as the club plans future October events. AFS will also have a meeting after school today in room 117 to discuss the October fiesta.

Are you interested in taking CCP classes in spring? Reminder the deadline to apply is November 1. Please see your counselor for additional details.

The Setting Stone Fall Coffee House is this Friday night in the cafeteria. Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door.

Setting Stone is kicking off a week-long submission drive for the printed publication this year. Any artists, writers, or photographers are encouraged to submit, which also includes a $1 discount off of ticket purchases. E-mail submissions to Mr. Aerni or Mrs. Squance, or any member of Setting Stone.

For Talawanda wrestlers, preseason conditioning and agility will be starting today, and continue to Thursday and Friday. Be sure to attend mandatory practice on November 10, and the first competition will be on December 2.

Any photos taken by photographers during homecoming are available today and can be picked in the main office.

This month is Voila’s annual SOCK-tober event! Voila will be collecting new pairs of socks of any kind as donations for all of October. Come by room 118 and turn in pairs to the blue bin.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

Lunch for today is orange chicken with rice, broccoli, and chilled fruits.

Birthdays for today: Nathon Detherage turns 15, Natilee Baker, Caroline and Katherine Johnston turn 17, and Eliott Auge turns 16

Home Games for today: Girls JV and Varsity soccer face Ross for their senior night. JV kicks off at 5, and Varsity starts at 7.

Thats our broadcast for this Tuesday. I’m Patrick Geshan. We leave you with an experiment we conducted last week.  We asked the question – can you trick or treat at Talawanda High School?

October 9, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Monday, October 9, 2017

Club News for today: Best Buddies will have a meeting tomorrow after school in room 316. Students are still welcome to join as new members, as the club plans future October events. AFS will be having a meeting today after school, in room 117, to discuss the October fiesta.

Are you interested in taking CCP classes in spring? Reminder the deadline to apply is November 1. Please see your counselor for additional details.

Setting Stone is kicking off a week-long submission drive for the printed publication this year. Any artists, writers, or photographers are encouraged to submit. E-mail submissions to Mr. Aerni or Mrs. Squance, or any member of Setting Stone.

For Talawanda wrestlers, preseason conditioning and agility will be starting on Tuesday, October 10, and continue to Thursday and Friday. Be sure to attend mandatory practice on November 10, and the first competition will be on December 2.

This month is Voila’s annual SOCK-tober event! Voila will be collecting new pairs of socks of any kind as donations for all of October. Come by room 118 and turn in pairs to the blue bin.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

Lunch for today is: omelet with bacon and spicy Spuds biscuit with chilled fruits.

And now for a video about Teacher Appreciation Week

Birthday for today is Walter Minges who turns 18

And now to weather, followed by sports

The football team fell to Mt. Healthy on Friday by a score of 28-8. Quarterback Adam Crank went 22 for 35, passing for 159 yards and one touchdown, and Sophomore Kyle Campbell made 9 receptions for 72 yards on the night. The Braves record is now 0-7, they visit Edgewood next week for the final road game of the season. 

There were no other results to report about this weekend – and there is one team with home games today. It’s girls JV and Varsity Field Hockey against Summit Country Day – Varsity at 5:00 and JV at 6:30.

That’s our broadcast for this Monday. I’m Patrick Geshan. Hope you had a nice homecoming! We’ll see you tomorrow, Talawanda.

October 6, 2017

Good morning Talawanda! Today is Friday, October 6, 2017

Club News for today: Model UN will be meeting in Mrs. Mahaney’s room today, all members be sure to bring their forms and fees. Best Buddies will have a meeting on Tuesday, October 10, after school in room 316. Students are still welcome to join as new members, as the club plans future October events.

Are you interested in taking CCP classes in spring? Reminder the deadline to apply is November 1. Please see your counselor for additional details.

The Fall Setting Stone Coffee House will be held next week, Friday the 13th. If you are a musician, rapper, poet, or performing artist of any kind, please come sign up this week outside Mr. Aerni’s room 320 for a chance to perform.

Quick reminder to anyone planning on bringing non-THS students as a guest to the Homecoming dance. Please stop by the front office to complete the guest form, and make sure your guest brings proper ID the day of the dance.

For Talawanda wrestlers, preseason conditioning and agility will be starting on Tuesday, October 10, and continue to Thursday and Friday. Be sure to attend mandatory practice on November 10, and the first competition will be on December 2.

Miami University Regional Campuses would like to invite THS students and parents to attend the Southwest Ohio Regional College Fair. The fair will be held at Miami Hamilton Campus on October 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm. Over 100 colleges and universities will be attending, along with a Financing Your Education seminar from 6:00-6:30 pm before the fair. More information can be found on the Miami website’s admission page.

Congratulations to Kieran DelVecchio who was the winner of the $10 gift card for their candle sales. Next three students to turn in their packets can still receive a reward, so keep up the sales.

The Talawanda Marching Band will be performing their show, “Shadows and Light” tonight after the football game. Make sure you stay after to watch. With the very talented drum line, it will be worth the wait.

And now for a segment to get hype for Homecoming!

Birthdays for today: Kona Tobias turns 15 and Lucas Killip turns 18.

And now to weather, followed by sports.

There are no scores to report today. Hope everyone had a blast during the homecoming parade. I sure did!

One home game tonight: and that’s the homecoming game against Mt. Healthy. The Owls come in 2-0 in the SWOC – but last week they fell to Campbell Country 41-6. Ben Eisenbraun and I have the call on ICRC TV tonight! You can watch live on ICRCtv.com, or on the ICRC youtube page. Coverage begins at 6:55 pm. Kickoff tonight for the homecoming game is at 7:00 pm.

That’s our broadcast for this Friday. I’m Patrick Geshan. We’ll see you at the game tonight, and enjoy the dance tomorrow. Have a great homecoming weekend, Talawanda!