Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, Feburary 3rd, 2020
Juniors who want to be on Prom Steering Committee need to pick up an application outside Ms. Mann’s room 319.
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.
Stop by Room 312 during tutorial on Tuesday to register to vote in 2020! All you need is your driver’s license and the last 4 digits of your Social Security number. A Diversity Club member will be there to assist you!
Now for the Week Ahead
Talawanda’s key club will be selling roses at lunch starting this Monday and continuing until February 13. The roses will be $2 each, and will include a note that you can attach to them. The profits will benefit key club, and enable us to do more fundraisers like these in the future. Go buy a rose today!
Now for today’s birthdays, Caleb Chafin turns 16, Hanjoon Lee turns 17, and Brecken Hornsby turns 18.
Attention musicians, poets, artists and performers: The Winter Setting Stone Coffee House will be held on Friday, February 21st! Sign up today outside of Mr. Aerni’s room (320).
And now for What’s the T and Luke WP
14. That is now the number of consecutive league championships that both the girls and boys swim and dive teams have won. Saturday night at the Miami Rec Center the boys easily outdistanced Little Miami by 140 points to capture the SWOC title. On the girls side, the much hyped Ross team felt short in their quest to upset Talawanda as the girls beat them out by 61 points, after only being seeded first by a mere 9 points. Both Ben Crowder and Maren Patterson were named SWOC Athletes of the Year in Swimming and Diving as they both won two individual events and also both swam on two relays that finished in first. For the boys Blake Madden also won two events and John Anzano and Sam Hool each won one. On the girls side additional first place finishes were picked up by both Addie Lehman and Mercy Patterson. A number of league records were also set at the meet Saturday night. The girls 200 Medley Relay team of Mercy Patterson, Maren Patterson, Kenna Mondello, and Mary Kate Huddleston broke the league record, while the girls 200 Free Relay team of Mercy, Maren, Kenna, and Hannah Lippincott also broke the league record. Individually Addie Lehman broke the girls diving league record, Sam Hool smashed his own league record in diving, and Maren Patterson broke the league record in the 100 Free. The swim and dive teams will now begin their state tournament run with the Sectional meets this week. Diving will be during the week at Miami and swimming will be over the weekend at St. Xavier. Congratulations to ALL members of the swim and dive team for keeping the dynasty that is Talawanda Swimming and Diving alive.
On Saturday, the girls basketball team defeated Mt. Healthy 49-46, making their record 4-6.
The boys basketball team beat Mt. Healthy in triple overtime with the score being 70-69. On saturday, they played Franklin Country, and lost 68-50. Their record is now 5-12.
That’s our broadcast on this month I’m Bate Neck, thanks so much for watching, and we’ll see you guys tomorrow.