September 20, 2018

Good morning, Talawanda! Today is Thursday September 20th, 2018


Attention to all girls interested in playing basketball this year:  An open gym will be held this Sunday from 4-5:30 at the middle school.  This is a location change.


Come join World Language classes in the PAC on Friday, September 21, during 3rd and 4th period to celebrate National Hispanic Latino Heritage Month with a performance by Corazon de Mexico.  To attend the performance, classes need to RSVP Ms. Hofmann.  Also, the Latin America and UniDiversity Festival is Friday, September 21, in Oxford Uptown Parks from 5:30-9 pm.  Make sure to come!


Seniors, if you were impacted by PRIDE Day and would like to be involved as a senior helper this year, please pick up an application in Mrs. Peter’s office.


If you need a dress for homecoming please see your school counselor.


The 2018 Homecoming activities are as follows:  parade September 20, football game September 21, and dance September 22.  If you have questions about these events, please see Ms. Mann, Mrs. Sammons, or any football coaches.


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.


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.


And now for a homecoming update from the AG Room


Birthdays for today: Sheradyn Proffitt turns 18, Alysse Aylor turns 16, Alyssa Smith turns 17, Kylie Campbell turns 15, and Caleb Dyer turns 17.


And now for world news and Patty G with sports.


Boys golf is back on track again, with both the varsity and JV teams defeating Badin at Twin Run on Wednesday.  The varsity score was 161-179, and the JV score was 189-203.  Trey Hubbard was the varsity medalist with 39, followed closely by Charlie Faler with 40.  The team record is now 12 & 1 overall, and 9 & 1 in the conference.  Dylan Slager was the JV medalist with 44.  Their record is now 13 & 1 overall, and 10 & 0 in the conference.


The girls volleyball team beat Princeton last night in 5 sets at home. It is the Braves first home win of the season. Their record improves to 4-8 overall.


And the girls tennis team beat Colerain last night 5-0 on the road to get back to their winning ways, including a 3 hour match win by Rori Lykins. The Braves improve to 5-11 overall. 


There are no home games for today, but we’ll see you at the homecoming parade tonight. The parade will lineup in the Millett parking lot at leave at 6 traveling up to High Street and through Uptown, then back to the Millet parking lot. It will kick off this weekend of homecoming festivities, so everyone enjoy the parade.


And that’s our broadcast on this Thursday. I’m Patrick Geshan. Thanks so much for watching, and have a great day.