Good morning, Talawanda! Today is Monday October 8th, 2018
Attention new NHS Members: We will meet today at 2:30 in the upper Media Center. See you there!
Thank you to all who made PRIDE Day a huge success. Sophomores, your participation was outstanding. If anyone left a sweatshirt or jacket in the auxiliary gym, see Mrs. Peter.
Purdue University is offering a program called Seniors Exploring Engineering on Monday, October 15th. The program is geared towards young women in their senior year who are trying to determine if engineering at Purdue University is a good fit for them. Students will explore their choice of two engineering disciplines, obtain knowledge regarding the first-year engineering program, admissions, student life, and engineering in the “real world.” Campus tours are offered with an opportunity to meet with Purdue professors, current engineering students, and some awesome women alumni. You should register early at www.purdue.edu/WIEP
Anyone interested in being part of the Chick-Fil-A leader academy please plan on attending the kick-off meeting Wednesday after-school in room 611. Please see or email Mrs Gregory if you have any questions.
Any 9th-12th grade girl interested in playing softball this spring, there will be a 15 min meeting in the cafeteria immediately after school on Tuesday, October 9th. If you cannot make it, please see Coach Davie in Guidance before Tuesday’s meeting.
Reminder that there will be Braves for the Cure shirts for $12, and bracelets for $1. They will be for sale during lunches and in Mrs. Gregory’s room all week. The pink out football game is on October 12th, so make sure to purchase your shirt to support the braves, and help raise money for the side out foundation, and Luna cares.
And now for world news and Patty G with sports.
Saturday the cross country team ran the hot and humid course at Fort St/ Clair State Park in Eaton. The girls earned second place, with the top place earned by Maddy Iden, who ran a new personal record of 19:37. Also running a PR was Alma Petersen. The boys earned 5th place, with the top place earned by Kiefer Bell. Also running a PR was Josh Curry. This week the team will prepare for our SWOC meet, to be held here at home on Saturday, October 13th. Please plan to come on Saturday morning and support the Braves.
The football team fell to Mt. Healthy on Friday by a score of 56-21. Tyler Teeters went 15/34 with 185 passing yards and 1 touchdown. Terrell Wills rushed for 63 yards and Kyle Campbell had 119 rec yards. The Braves fall to 2-5 overall, 0-3 in the SWOC — and their next matchup is with Edgewood at home for senior night this Friday.
The boys soccer team fell 2-1 on their senior night Saturday afternoon to Kings. Their record falls to 12-2-0 overall. The Braves will finish out the regular season this week with road games on Tuesday and Thursday against Northwest and Ross.
The pre-season swim and dive meeting will be this Tuesday, October 9th at 6:30 PM in the Performing Arts Center. If you are interested in swimming or diving for the Braves this upcoming winter please come to this meeting to meet the coaches of the team, obtain practices and meet schedules, and learn what the expectations are to being a part of the team that has won 12 consecutive league championships. If you cannot make it to this meeting please see Coach Pasquale in Rm 418 or send him an email at email@example.com.
Home games for today: Volleyball hosts Winton Woods. Freshman at 4:30, JV at 5:45, and Varsity at 7. The game will be live streamed on Brave TV. Grady Holmes and I have the call at 7 on the Channel 85 YouTube.
And that’s our broadcast on this Monday. I’m Patrick Geshan. Thank you so much for watching — and have a great day.