Good morning, Talawanda! Today is Friday September 14th, 2018
Ms. Alfonsi would like to congratulate this year’s National Honor Society officers. President: Jenna Tegge, Vice President: Patrick Geshan, Secretary: Molly Monson, and Treasurer: Hannah Heitger.
THS students, Nosebleed will be playing in the THS gym from 11-11:30 Homecoming night immediately following the dance. We hope you can be there to hear some awesome music! See Davis Byrd or Ben Nachowitz if you want to buy a Nosebleed shirt.
There will be a key club meeting on Monday after school. Make sure to be there!
Miami University Hamilton will be hosting their annual regional college fair on September 19 from 6:30-8 pm. There will also be Financing Your Education seminar from 6-6:30 before the college fair begins. More information can be found at MiamiOH.edu/regionals/college-fair
A national college fair will be held at the Duke Energy Convention Center on September 23 from 1-4pm. Register for free at www.gotomyncf.com to receive details.
Miami University is proud to present the Bridges Program, an overnight visit experience for high-achieving high school seniors from historically under-represented populations or who have a commitment to promoting a deeper understanding an appreciation for diversity. Visit miamioh.edu/admission/high-school/bridges/ for more information. The application deadline is September 24.
The THS Homecoming dance almost here. Homecoming tickets will be on sale during all lunch periods today through Friday, September 21. Tickets are $15 per person. The homecoming dance is Saturday, September 22 from 8pm to 11pm in the Talawanda High School Gymnasium. Note, if a student plans to bring an outside guest, tickets and permission slips must be purchased in the main office.
Come to the first Model UN meeting right after school on Thursday September 20th in room 118, Ms. Lefevers room. This will be an informational meeting so all are encouraged to come. If you have any questions or can’t come please contact club president Jenny Lee.
Birthdays for today: Madison Pennington turns 17, Macy Pennington turns 17, and Matthew Bowling turns 17.
And now for world news and Patty G with sports.
The boys soccer team keeps on rolling after last night’s 3-0 shutout of Northwest at home. Sam Robinson scored 2 goals, with Jake Kelly adding another tally and an assist. The Braves record is now 5-0 in the SWOC and 7 and 0 overall. The Braves have shutout their opponent in 6 of 7 games this year. Their next league match is Tuesday at home against Ross.
The girls volleyball team collected their second conference win last night on the road against Northwest in straight sets. Their overall record improves to 3 and 7, 2 and 3 in the SWOC.
The girls soccer team also collected a win yesterday with a 4-0 victory over Northwest on the road. Their record improves to 4-2-1 overall and 3-2-0 in the SWOC.
And the girls tennis team fell to Ross by a score of 4-1 yesterday on the road. Their conference record falls to 3-2, they’re 4-9 overall.
No home games for today, but the Football team will travel to New Richmond for a Week 4 non-conference matchup. The Lions are 2-1 this season, and are coming off a 28-14 win over Monroe. Kickoff is tonight at 7 — keep in mind it’s about an hour and 20 minute drive. It is a hawaiian out.
And that’s our broadcast on this Friday. I’m Patrick Geshan. Thanks so much for watching, and have a wonderful weekend.