Good morning, Talawanda! Today is Monday October 1st, 2018
Congratulations to the Talawanda Marching Band on an outstanding performance Saturday evening. The band traveled to the Lebanon Marching Band Invitational and competed in class AAAA. They won best percussion and placed second overall in their class. Great Job Band!
Talawanda Social Workers and Success Liaison are looking for volunteers to help organize the clothing closet at Marshall Elementary. If you would like more information or are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please see Mrs. Workman or Mr. Davie in the guidance office.
Don’t just stuff your recently worn homecoming attire in your closet, never to be seen again! Donate it! Success Liaison Mrs. Workman and School Counselor Mrs. Peter are accepting donations of homecoming dresses, dress pants, dress shirts, ties, etc!
Braves for the Cure shirts will be sold in room 611 or during lunch, the cost for the shirts is 12 dollars. All profits are donated to the Side Out Foundation and Luna Cares. THS Volleyball and FCCLA will be hosting the dig for the cure today against Badin. Please plan to attend!
Attention second-year members of NHS: we will meet in Ms. Alfonsi’s room after school on Tuesday, October 2 to finalize plans for our induction ceremony.
Attention Sophomores – PRIDE Day is coming up next week on Thursday for students A through J and Friday for students K through Z. If you have any questions you can see Mrs. Peter in the Guidance office or Mr. Z in room 301.
And now for world news and Patty G with sports.
The comeback attempt for the Braves came up JUST short on Friday with a 43-35 loss to Harrison. The Braves trailed 43-7 at the beginning of the 4th quarter and scored 28 unanswered in the final frame. Tyler Teeters went 11-20 passing for a season high 254 yards. Terrell Wills rushed for 110, and Kyle Campbell had 101 rec yards. The Braves defense had 4 sacks in the game. The Braves are now 2-4 overall, and 0-2 in the SWOC. The Braves will play at Mount Healthy on Friday.
The cross country team raced this past Saturday at Kettering Fairmont. Facing the toughest competition of the season, almost all athletes ran their best times. The girls team placed 4th out of 16 teams. Placing 6th overall was Maddy Iden. Setting significant personal records for the season were: Alyssa Chaney, Brooke Hubbard, Katie Keeler, Audrey Lorigan, Eva Motta, Alma Peterson, and Dominique Withrow-Ilbrahim. They boys teams placed 12th out of 21 teams. Placing 12th overall was David Kraushar. Setting significant personal records for the boys were: Kiefer Bell, Shae Dillingham, Jesse and John Faler, Ben Farmer, Logan Murray, Kye Tomoyasu, Greg Urayama, Owen West Poley, and Connor Woodin. The next cross country meet will be Saturday, October 6th in Eaton.
The volleyball team fell to Eaton in straight sets on the road Saturday. Their record falls to 4-11 overall.
Home games for today: Volleyball takes on Badin in the Gym for the Dig for the Cure game. Freshman at 4:30, JV at 5:45, and Varsity at 7. The Varsity game will be live streamed on Brave TV, Grady Holmes and I have the call at 7 on our YouTube channel. Also want to pass good luck on to the girls tennis team who finishes their SWOC tournament tonight at 4 on the Miami Tennis courts next to Yager.
And that’s our broadcast on this Monday. I’m Patrick Geshan. Thank you so much for watching — and have a great day.