Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, January 16th, 2020
Best Buddies members: our January club meeting will be today after school in room 316. We will have wintery snacks and talk about the semester. New members are always welcome!
Talawanda’s unofficial film club is looking for new members. Do you want to be an actor, filmmaker, or screenwriter? If you do, then join and they’ll produce your films. The first meeting for new members is this Saturday. To join, contact Peter Averbach at his email or speak to him in person.
Those interested in playing boys tennis this spring there will be a short informational meeting in room 310 after school on Tuesday the 21st. If you can not make the meeting see Mr. Thomas in room 310. No prior tennis experience required.
Now for some Deep thoughts
Lists are now posted outside the guidance office of those students who have qualified for the 2nd quarter honor roll recognition. It will be Thursday, January 23.
Now for today’s birthdays, Davis Williams and Briana Reeves turn 17, and Adtie Byrd and Cora Friede turn 18. Happy Birthday.
And now for What’s the T and Luke WP
The academic challenge team snapped Little Miami’s 46 match SWOC winning streak by sweeping the Panthers 75-70 and 91-74. This improves their record to 8-0 Daryl Zazycki, Jens Bartel and Paul Bolenbaugh had great matches. Shr-Hua Moore performance in yesterday’s match makes him the favorite for SWOC player of the year.
The Talawanda Varsity Wrestling team lost to Mason last night with a score of 56-24 bringing their team dual record to 2-1 on the season. While the Brave lost as a team, several wrestlers proved to be victorious against the Comets. Logan Crauder, Julian Askren, Terell Wills, and Nathon Detherage all recorded wins in their matches. There was also some JV action last night against both Colerain and Mason. Joseph Claire, Charlie Cooper, and Kyle Schlabach all won their matches. This weekend the team will be competing in two separate tournaments. The JV will travel to Ross High School and the Varsity will travel to Sycamore high school.
The girls basketball team defeated Franklin County last night by a score of 37-32 Sophie Pohlabel had 13 points and Kyra Koontz had 12. The girls team improves to 3-9 on the year and will play this Saturday against Stivers.
Home games for today: None
That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and have a great day.