March 3rd, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020.

A Jostens representative will be here on Monday, the 9th, during lunch, to hand out Graduation Announcement orders.

The talent show this year will be Friday March 20th, if you are interested in showcasing your talent please pick up a form in the office or outside room 611.  You may turn them in to Mrs. Gregory or any of the co-chairs listed on the form.   This is a great way to showcase your talent and help others, as all the money will be donated to local charities.

Don’t forget that tomorrow is jersey day to celebrate Spread the Word Day! Be sure to sign the banner at lunch to pledge to not use the “R” word and celebrate inclusion here at THS!

Evaluation results are in! Congratulations to Natalie Darner, Kari Herrmann, Dalton Norris, Magnolia Sorensen, Dalton Norris, Layne Schwab, Austin Weekley, and Dalton Norris on earning the Ohio FFA State Degree – the highest award that can be given to an FFA member in Ohio. They will receive their award May 1st at Ohio FFA State Convention. Also recent graduates Matthew Butterfield, Colleen Minges, and Dakota Kiefer will be earning their American FFA Degree, which is the highest degree awarded in the FFA program. Go Aggies!

Now for national pets have thumbs day

Hey! You make art? You do writing? You take pics? Setting Stone wants your stuff! Send your stuff to settingstone@talawanda.org, or drop it off in room 320 to be considered for inclusion in the Spring Setting Stone magazine and/or settingstone.org! Thanks, yo!

The FCCLA chapter had a successful weekend- they brought home 5 Gold, 5 Silver and 1 Bronze ratings and we will have to wait till March 16th to find out who goes to state!

Now for today’s birthday, William Weber turns 18. And yesterdays birthdays were, Tyler Lairson and Dallas Miller. Happy Birthday.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

Congrats to the hockey team’s Brennan Cameron, Jake Tyree, Grady Holmes, Jack Stevens, Ben Shrider, and Jack Tincher who were invited to the SWOHSHL All Star Game this Saturday at Goggin at 6:15.

Home Games for today: none

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and we’ll see you tommorow.

March 1st, 2020

 

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, March 2nd, 2020.

A Jostens representative will be here on Monday, the 9th, during lunch, to hand out Graduation Announcement orders.

The talent show this year will be Friday March 20th, if you are interested in showcasing your talent please pick up a form in the office or outside room 611.  You may turn them in to Mrs. Gregory or any of the co-chairs listed on the form.   This is a great way to showcase your talent and help others, as all the money will be donated to local charities.

The destination imagination tournament was this past weekend. One high school team qualified for the state tournament on April 4th, wish them luck.

Evaluation results are in! Congratulations to Natalie Darner, Kari Herrmann, Dalton Norris, Magnolia Sorensen, Layne Schwab, Dalton Norris, and Austin Weekley on earning the Ohio FFA State Degree – the highest award that can be given to an FFA member in Ohio. They will receive their award May 1st at Ohio FFA State Convention. Also recent graduates Matthew Butterfield, Colleen Minges, and Dakota Kiefer will be earning their American FFA Degree, which is the highest degree awarded in the FFA program. Go Aggies!

Now for the Week Ahead

Hey! You make art? You do writing? You take pics? Setting Stone wants your stuff! Send your stuff to settingstone@talawanda.org, or drop it off in room 320 to be considered for inclusion in the Spring Setting Stone magazine and/or settingstone.org! Thanks, yo!

The FCCLA chapter had a successful weekend- they brought home 5 Gold, 5 Silver and 1 Bronze ratings and we will have to wait till March 16th to find out who goes to state!

Now for today’s birthdays, Tyler Lairson turns 16 and Dallas Miller turns 17. Happy Birthday.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP. Grady Holmes.

The hockey team wrapped up their season last saturday in a 6-0 loss to the 2nd State ranked Upper Arlington Golden Bears.  The Brave finish the season with a 31-8-2 record, the most wins in program history and their first league championship in 11 years.  Thanks to all 5 seniors on the team and the Brave will be back next year.  There is a meeting tomorrow during tutorial in Coach Tincher’s room for any hockey players in the building.

The Talawanda wrestling team placed fifth at their sectional tournament this past weekend.  The team went 9-0 in their final matches and had five district alternates as well as 4 district qualifiers.  Sammy Dillon, Davis Williams, Logan Crauder, James Beckett, and Julian Askren all finished fifth in the tournament.  Colton Baker, Nick Englehard, and Nathon Detherage all placed 3rd.  Senior Terell Wills won the tournament, finishing in first place with a pin over the 13th ranked 220 pound Wrestler in the state.  The team travels to Kettering Fairmont this upcoming weekend to compete in the district round of the D1 individual state tournament.

Thanks to everyone who came out to the NHS Volleyball tournament.  NHS was able to donate all proceeds to local charities.  Also congratulations to the Power Rangers on winning the tournament.

Home Games for this weekend: none

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m bad at lacrosse, thanks so much for watching, and we’ll see you tommorow.

February 28th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Friday, February 28th, 2020.

Next week, Best Buddies is hosting a spirit week for Spread The Word: Inclusion Week. Monday, students should wear green to support mental health awareness. Tuesday is cam day, Wednesday is jersey day, Thursday is rainbow day, and Friday is school spirit/Best Buddies day!

Seniors – The local scholarship applications, both The Talawanda and the Oxford Community Foundation,  are due this Friday by the end of the day.  See Mrs. Roy with any questions and to get a copy of your transcript.

Juniors! Do you want to have a prom at all? If so, you need to sign up for prom committee. Applications are outside Ms. Mann’s door room 319. The prom is scheduled for May 2, which is just 9 weeks from this Saturday.

The talent show this year will be Friday March 20th, if you are interested in showcasing your talent please pick up a form in the office or outside room 611.  You may turn them in to Mrs. Gregory or any of the co-chairs listed on the form.   This is a great way to showcase your talent and help others, as all the money will be donated to local charities.

Students who want to ride the pep bus to Saturday’s hockey game should sign up in the athletic office. The Cost to go is $7 but make sure to bring more for a pit stop on the way home. We will leave at 11:00, back to THS around 7:00. Go Brave Hockey!

Now for the final installment of the volley ball game ad

Setting Stone is now accepting submissions for its Spring literary-art magazine! We are looking for original artwork, photography, poetry, and story-writing. This year’s magazine theme is “Home.” Submit your original work by either dropping it off to Mr. Aerni in room 320, or emailing: settingstone@talawanda.org

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

Student of the day is Cameron Foister and teacher of the day is Mr Bomholt.

Sophomore Parker Geshan is up for Cincinnati high school athlete of the week this week you can vote for him on Cincinnati Enquirer’s high school sports page, the hockey team is also up for team of the week.

Once again if you would like to ride the bus to the Ice Haus in Columbus on Saturday to watch the hockey team’s third round matchup with Upper Arlington, sign up in the athletic office, the cost is $7.

Congrats to Gage Feix who bowled a 695 series last night, good enough to qualify him for the State bowling meet next week, also congrats to the rest of the bowling team who concluded a great season last night.

Home Games for this weekend: none, but good luck to the wrestling team who will head to sectionals tomorrow and the hockey team who will head to Ice Haus to face Upper Arlington tomorrow.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and enjoy film club Friday.

February 27th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, February 27th, 2020.

It is PROM season! If you are a junior or senior girl, in need of free prom wear, please see Ashley Workman in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday OR let your school counselor know! For Cinderella’s Closet referrals, see Ashley before next Friday, February 28.

The NHS Charity Volleyball Tournament will be held in the THS gym this Friday, February 28 at 7:00 pm.  Form a team of 6 and sign up  in Ms. Alfonsi’s room, 315, by Thursday to play in the tournament.  Cost to play is $5.00 per player.  Spectator admission to the event is free.

Senior Portraits are due March 6th

Seniors – The local scholarship applications, both The Talawanda and the Oxford Community Foundation,  are due this Friday by the end of the day.  See Mrs. Roy with any questions and to get a copy of your transcript.

Juniors! Do you want to have a prom at all? If so, you need to sign up for prom committee. Applications are outside Ms. Mann’s door room 319. The prom is scheduled for May 2, which is just 9 weeks from this Saturday.

The talent show this year will be Friday March 20th, if you are interested in showcasing your talent please pick up a form in the office or outside room 611.  You may turn them in to Mrs. Gregory or any of the co-chairs listed on the form.   This is a great way to showcase your talent and help others, as all the money will be donated to local charities.

Best Buddies members: Please let Mrs. Sammons know if you plan to attend the NHS volleyball tournament with the club. She needs to know how much pizza to order for the event!  We will meet together at 7pm for pizza before moving to the gym.

Best Buddies will be selling coffee and hot chocolate every tutorial to pay for the best buddies dance

Students who want to ride the pep bus to Saturday’s hockey game should sign up in the athletic office. The Cost to go is $7 but make sure to bring more for a pit stop on the way home. We will leave at 11:00, back to THS around 7:00. Go Brave Hockey!

Now for the winter sports round up

Now for today’s birthdays, Nick Engelhard turns 16, Rosalia Fisher turns 18, and Sarah Meyers and Darius Porfidio Brown turn 19. Happy Birthday.

Setting Stone is now accepting submissions for its Spring literary-art magazine! We are looking for original artwork, photography, poetry, and story-writing. This year’s magazine theme is “Home.” Submit your original work by either dropping it off to Mr. Aerni in room 320, or emailing: settingstone@talawanda.org

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

Student of the day is Myles Fankhauser and teacher of the day is Mr. Schmid.

Sophomore Parker Geshan is up for Cincinnati high school athlete of the week this week you can vote for him on Cincinnati Enquirer’s high school sports page, the hockey team is also up for team of the week.

Once again if you would like to ride the bus to the Ice Haus in Columbus on Saturday to watch the hockey team’s third round matchup with Upper Arlington, sign up in the athletic office, the cost is $7.

Home Games for today: none, but good luck to the bowling team who is competing today at the district tournament.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, hit Tanny A up on Snapchat about Joe Burrow and the Bengals, and enjoy NHS Volleyball 3.

February 25th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, February 25th, 2020.

It is PROM season! If you are a junior or senior girl, in need of free prom wear, please see Ashley Workman in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday OR let your school counselor know! For Cinderella’s Closet referrals, see Ashley before next Friday, February 28.

The NHS Charity Volleyball Tournament will be held in the THS gym this Friday, February 28 at 7:00 pm.  Form a team of 6 and sign up  in Ms. Alfonsi’s room, 315, by Thursday to play in the tournament.  Cost to play is $5.00 per player.  Spectator admission to the event is free.

We will have a YIT meeting this Wednesday after school in the staff lunchroom.  Please join us!

Senior Portraits are due March 6th

Seniors – The local scholarship applications, both The Talawanda and the Oxford Community Foundation,  are due this Friday by the end of the day.  See Mrs. Roy with any questions and to get a copy of your transcript.

The talent show this year will be Friday March 20th, if you are interested in showcasing your talent please pick up a form in the office or outside room 611.  You may turn them in to Mrs. Gregory or any of the co-chairs listed on the form.   This is a great way to showcase your talent and help others, as all the money will be donated to local charities.

Best Buddies members: Please let Mrs. Sammons know if you plan to attend the NHS volleyball tournament with the club. She needs to know how much pizza to order for the event!  We will meet together at 7pm for pizza before moving to the gym.

Now for Random Questions part 2

Now for today’s birthdays, Kaelyn Wright turns 15, Mickenszi Mayer and Levi Tanner turn 16, and Austin Stitsinger turns 17. Happy Birthday.

Setting Stone is now accepting submissions for its Spring literary-art magazine! We are looking for original artwork, photography, poetry, and story-writing. This year’s magazine theme is “Home.” Submit your original work by either dropping it off to Mr. Aerni in room 320, or emailing: settingstone@talawanda.org

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

There were no sports last night but shoutout to Mr. Pearson who is teacher of the day. Student of the day is that man right behind me, Mr. Zander Moore. If you want to be student or teacher of the day, let me know. Perks include a shoutout on the news and that’s it.

Sign up and go to NHS volleyball on Friday.

Home Games for today: none.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and enjoy NHS Volleyball 2.

February 24th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, February 24th, 2020.

It is PROM season! If you are a junior or senior girl, in need of free prom wear, please see Ashley Workman in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday OR let your school counselor know! For Cinderella’s Closet referrals, see Ashley before next Friday, February 28.

The NHS Charity Volleyball Tournament will be held in the THS gym this Friday, February 28 at 7:00 pm.  Form a team of 6 and sign up  in Ms. Alfonsi’s room, 315, by Thursday to play in the tournament.  Cost to play is $5.00 per player.  Spectator admission to the event is free.

We will have a YIT meeting this Wednesday after school in the staff lunchroom.  Please join us!

Setting Stone members will meet after school today in Mr. Aerni’s room.

Senior Portraits are due March 6th

This week is national FFA week. Here at THS our FFA chapter ranges from 130-160 FFA members per year being the largest organization in our school. Our members are involved in all areas of the building of best buddies, FCCLA, Student body officers to nearly every sports team! In order to be in FFA you must also be enrolled in an Agricultural education class. This is a great way to get involved in your school and community while gaining leadership skills and building relationships.

So heres a video about FFA week

Now for today’s birthdays, Alyssa Chaney turns 16, Logan Adams, Sophia Thompson, and Abigal Zmuda turn 17, and Collin Lemieux turns 18. Happy Birthday.

Setting Stone is now accepting submissions for its Spring literary-art magazine! We are looking for original artwork, photography, poetry, and story-writing. This year’s magazine theme is “Home.” Submit your original work by either dropping it off to Mr. Aerni in room 320, or emailing: settingstone@talawanda.org

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

The wrestling team competed at the SWOC Championship this past weekend at Ross High School.  Six Talawanda wrestlers made it to the podium at the tournament: Nick Englehard placed 4th in the 138 lbs. weight class, Sammy Dillon placed 3rd in the 126 lbs. weight class, Julian Askren placed 3rd in the 182 lbs. weight class, and Nathon Detherage placed 2nd in the 285 lbs. weight class.  Two wrestlers brought home the gold at conference:  Colton Baker placed 1st in the 106 lbs. division and Terell WIlls placed 1st in the 220 lbs. weight class.  This weekend the team travels to Lakota East to compete in the sectional round of the individual state tournament. 

Congrats to Sam Hool who this weekend placed 6th at the division 1 OHSAA diving championships in Canton over the weekend, he caps off a marvelous season for himself and the swim and dive teams so congrats to all of them.

The boys basketball team fell to Princeton in the first round of the state playoffs by a 75-44 score, Dalton Norris had 3 points and Jonathan Richter had 12. The boys finish with a 6-17 record, congrats to them on a great season.

The hockey team picked up 2 wins the opening weekend of the state tournament first over Springboro by a 5-3 score, then over Thomas Worthington by a 5-2 score, Daniel Emenaker picked up his first 2 career playoff wins and Parker Geshan had a hat trick against Thomas Worthington. The hockey team achieves their first 30 win season in school history and will continue with a tall task as they will face undefeated Upper Arlington in the next round on Saturday.

Home Games for today: none.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and here’s a reminder about NHS volleyball.

Februrary 21st, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Friday, February 21st, 2020.

It is PROM season! If you are a junior or senior girl, in need of free prom wear, please see Ashley Workman in the guidance office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday OR let your school counselor know! For Cinderella’s Closet referrals, see Ashley before next Friday, February 28.

The Setting Stone Coffee House is today! Tickets are on sale right now! Pick yours up for only $3 in room 320—tickets go up to $5 at the door.

Now for today’s birthdays, Angelina Wagner and Rylyn Jackson turn 15, and John Jacobson-Whinery turns 18. Happy Birthday.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

Once again go vote for everyone up for Cincinnati athlete of the week on their high school sports page, voting ends at 5 pm today and some people need some votes so make sure to vote, the hockey team is currently losing to Batavia bowling. Please don’t let that happen.

Home Games for today: none, but good luck to Sam Hool who will be competing this weekend at the State diving championships in Canton, also good luck to the wrestling team at their SWOC tournament this weekend, good luck to the basketball team who will play tonight against Princeton in Hamilton, and finally the hockey team will be at their district tournament this weekend, starting against Springboro tonight at 7:30.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and be prepared for the random chimp event. Film Club Friday

February 20th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, February 20th, 2020.

Attention NHS members:  We will meet in the cafeteria today after school. Also, pick up NHS shirt order forms in Ms. Alfonsi’s classroom.

Students who want to travel with Ms Mann and Mr Tincher in 2021 should attend an information meeting today at 7:00 pm right after parent/teacher conferences in room 319.

Juniors who want to be on prom steering committee should pick up an application outside Ms. Mann’s room 319.

All students planning on attending baseball tryouts next week need to fill out the Google Classroom form. See Coach Lykins for the login code. Also, parent letters and final forms need to be completed and submitted before you may try out. See Coach Lykins if you missed last night’s parent meeting.

The HS School Counseling Department will be hosting a Scholarship Review event today from 5:30-6:30 PM in the HS Media Center. This event is for seniors and their families (or juniors and their families wanting to get a preview of the local scholarship process) who are interested in a review of the THS Local and OCF Scholarship Booklets. There will be a brief overview of the current scholarships available and the application criteria followed by a work session for anyone needing assistance completing their scholarship applications. The THS School Counselors will be on hand to answer questions about the process and requirements.

Now for new driver steriotypes   

The Setting Stone Coffee House is this Friday! Tickets are on sale right now! Pick yours up for only $3 in room 320—tickets go up to $5 at the door.

Now for today’s birthdays, Madison Reiff and Daniel Milders turn 16, and Arielle Ball turns 18. Happy Birthday.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

Disregard any of my questions until further notice, the tech team won’t stop changing my answers to them, so don’t pay any attention to my graphics.

Tons of athletes up for athlete of the week this week you can vote for them on the Cincinnati Enquirer’s high school sports page, Dale Yauger is up for the boys basketball team, Sam Hool is up for the swim and dive team, Jack Tincher is up for the hockey team and the hockey team is also up for Cincinnati team of the week as well. Once again, you can vote for all of them on the Cincinnati Enquirer’s high school sports page.

The Ac Chal team fell in 2 exhibitions last night to Walnut Hills, they finished with a 14-0 regular match record, and were league champs, Jasper Ralinovsky received the sportsmanship award, other honors for the Brave included Shr-Hua Moore being named to the all conference first team, Paul Bolenbaugh was named second team, and Jens Bartel was third team.

Also congrats to the boys bowling team who qualified themselves last night for the district bowling tournament.

Home Games for today: none, but good luck to the girls bowling team who will travel to Colerain today to participate in the sectional bowling tournament.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and have a great day.

February 19th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Wednesday, February 19th, 2020.

Attention NHS members:  We will meet in the cafeteria on Thursday, February 20th after school.  Also, pick up NHS shirt order forms in Ms. Alfonsi’s classroom.

Students who want to travel with Ms Mann and Mr Tincher in 2021 should attend an information meeting on February 20 at 7:00 pm right after parent/teacher conferences in room 319.

Juniors who want to be on prom steering committee should pick up an application outside Ms. Mann’s room 319.

All students planning on attending baseball tryouts next week need to fill out the Google Classroom form. See Coach Lykins for the login code. Also, parent letters and final forms need to be completed and submitted before you may try out. See Coach Lykins if you missed last night’s parent meeting.

The HS School Counseling Department will be hosting a Scholarship Review event on Thursday, February 20th, from 5:30-6:30 PM in the HS Media Center. This event is for seniors and their families (or juniors and their families wanting to get a preview of the local scholarship process) who are interested in a review of the THS Local and OCF Scholarship Booklets. There will be a brief overview of the current scholarships available and the application criteria followed by a work session for anyone needing assistance completing their scholarship applications. The THS School Counselors will be on hand to answer questions about the process and requirements. Every year, we have multiple scholarships that remain unapplied for even though we believe that a number of our seniors fit the eligibility criteria. We hope that this event will connect every senior student considering post-secondary schooling (2 or 4 year) with all of the potential scholarship opportunities they should be considering.

Now for Tug of War

The Setting Stone Coffee House is this Friday! Tickets are on sale right now! Pick yours up for only $3 in room 320–tickets go up to $5 at the door.

Now for today’s birthdays, Morgan Rogers turns 16, Libby and Luke Schlichter turn 17. Happy Birthday.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

You can pick up tickets in the athletic office for the boys basketball playoff game until 3:00 on Friday, they are $6. The game is Friday at 7:30 against Princeton at Hamilton High School.

Home Games for today: none. but good luck to the bowling and ac chal teams who will both be a their tournaments today.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and happy national Matt from Wii Sports day.

February 18th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, February 18th, 2020.

Attention NHS members:  We will meet in the cafeteria on Thursday, February 20th after school.  Also, pick up NHS shirt order forms in Ms. Alfonsi’s classroom.

Students who want to travel with Ms Mann and Mr Tincher in 2021 should attend an information meeting on February 20 at 7:00 pm right after parent/teacher conferences in room 319.

Juniors who want to be on prom steering committee should pick up an application outside Ms. Mann’s room 319.

Talawanda Baseball will have a Parent Meeting from 5-6pm on Tuesday, February 18th. All students interested in playing baseball this spring need to attend.

CONGRATULATIONS to the FFA Agricultural Communications team of Dalton Norris, Grace Suit, Austin Weekley & Keira McKinney as they placed 5th in Ohio FFA this past weekend. This is the first FFA banner won so far this year! The last time the FFA won a banner in this contest was in 2008.

Now for the week ahead

If you signed up to perform at Friday’s Coffee House, you must attend a meeting today, right after school, in Mr. Aerni’s room. Anyone who does not attend this meeting (or check in with Aerni before the meeting if you can’t attend) will be removed from the performance list.

The Setting Stone Coffee House is this Friday! Tickets are on sale right now! Pick yours up for only $3 in room 320–tickets go up to $5 at the door.

Now for today’s birthdays, Audrianna Henson and Presley Pierson turn 16, and Klayton Smith. Happy Birthday.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

The boys basketball team fell to Ross by a score fo 65-62 in triple overtime, Dale Yauger had 26 points for the Brave.  Their regular season is over, they finish with a record of 6-16 and they will play against Princeton in the first round of the playoffs at Hamilton high school, this Friday at 7:30.

The girls basketball team fell in their postseason matchup to Loveland 62-24, Kylee Fears had 10 points in the game, they finish with a season record of 9-14, and congrats to them on a great season.

This past Saturday the swim teams took part in the district swim meets where they were looking to qualify to this week’s state championships.  Though nearly every race resulted in a season best swim the team fell just short of qualifying anyone to the state meet.  The boys 200 Free Relay of Ben Crowder, Blake Madden, Rhyan Meyers, and John Anzano finished in 7th place at the district meet, which ranked them 26th in the state but unfortunately only 24 relay teams make the state championship.  Ben Crowder also nearly qualified in the 100 Free as he swam a time that was the second fastest in school history, but it left him just .27 seconds off qualifying for the state meet.  On the girls side Mercy Patterson had a nice meet as she posted two season best times in the 100 Fly and 100 Back, which allowed her to finish 11th and 17th in the district, respectively.  Overall, of the 44 boys teams in the district the boys team finished in 12th place and of the 50 girls teams in the district the girls team finished in 22nd place.  So at this point just Sam Hool remains in action for the swim and dive teams.  He will be competing at the state diving championships this upcoming Saturday in Canton, OH.  Congratulations to all swim and dive team members on another excellent season and good luck to Sam this weekend!

The hockey team got back to their winning ways this weekend at the SWOHSHL tournament this weekend with 3 wins, first over Elder by a 7-0 score, next over Sycamore by an 8-0 score and finally in the championship 8-1 over Beavercreek, they capture their first conference title since 2009 and finish 12-0 in the conference. They will head to Columbus on Friday to face Springboro in the first round of the state tournament.

Home Games for this weekend: none.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m bad at hockey, thanks so much for watching, and have a great day.