Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, January 30th, 2020
Attention Voila: Please plan to attend our first meeting of the Semester today right after school in room 118. It is important that you be there for updates on the Red Cross Service Project.
Any student that wants to apply to Butler Tech for next year should be doing so now. Please visit the Butler Tech website for more information. If you have any questions, see Mr. Phelps or your counselor.
Attention NHS members: There is a meeting in the cafeteria Monday, February 3rd.
Talawanda Football will hold it’s 2020 kick-off meeting for anyone interested in playing football next year at Talawanda High School this Thursday January 30th at 7:30 p.m. in the Theater. This meeting is for those students that will be in next year’s grades 9-12. This is an important meeting and we strongly encourage you to bring a parent with you. If you have any questions see Coach Cox, Coach Zimmerman, Coach Wallace or Coach Johnson. Why sit in the stands when you can play on the field?
Are you a Killer Queen? Do you want to break free? Do you enjoy this Crazy Little Thing Called Love? Or do you just enjoy Queen music? Then come audition for the spring musical of We Will Rock You! Auditions will be this Wednesday and Thursday from 3-7:30. Wednesday will be in the band room, and Thursday in the PAC. Please attend both days if you are interested. If you don’t want to be in the cast but would like to be a part of the crew, or if you have any questions please contact Ms. Hudson. Can’t wait to see you all there.
And now Jess Killy would like to talk to you about memorializing a student from Talawanda.
Last semester Intro to Art students, block prints have been taken out of the display cases. Please stop in the art room at lunch or directly after school to pick them up. Thank you!
And now for What’s the T and Luke WP
That was the scene last night as the girls basketball team defeated Edgewood on Senior night with great performances from Sophie Pohlabel and Kyra Koontz, and Freshman Kylie Fears led the Brave with 24 points. The girls improve to 6-12 on the year and 3-6 in the conference, their next game will be Saturday at Mount Healthy.
The Academic Challenge team swept Edgewood last night by the scores of 83-38 and 87-32 to improve to 12-0 on the season and clinch a share of the SWOC title.. The highlight of the match was when John Jacobson Whinery got that one question right. The JV team also won against Edgewood with many strong performances. The Varsity seniors did suffer an exhibition loss to Mr. Schmid after the matches. Thank you to seniors Shr-Hua Moore, Jasper Ralinovsky, Abby Bahlau, and JJW for all the memories over the years. Also thanks to Dr. Weatherwax for moderating this year.
Last night the Talawanda wrestling team traveled to Kentucky for a tri match against the Holmes Bulldogs and the Mt. Healthy Owls. The Brave suffered a tough loss to the Bulldogs, losing with a score of 30 to 45. Shae Dillingham, Logan Crauder, Arius Collier, Nathon Detherage, and Colton Baker all recorded victories in their matches. Blake Detherage also won his exhibition match against the Bulldogs. Against the Owls, the outcome proved to be much more favorable for the Brave as they emerged victorious with a score of 42 to 15. Arius Collier, Kyle Schlabach, Colton Baker, Sammy Dillon, Davis Williams, and Nick Englehard all won their matches against Mt. Healthy. The Team Dual will enter the final week of their regular season with a 5 and 2 team record. Next wednesday they travel to Edgewood for a Quad against Carlisle, Xenia, and Edgewood. Next Saturday they report to Lakota East to compete in the State Duals team tournament.
Home games for today: the hockey team looks to finish off an undefeated league campaign tonight as they host Alter at 8:40.
That’s our broadcast on this month I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and have a great day.