February 13th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, February 13th, 2020

 Best Buddies members: Our February meeting will be held today after school in Mrs.Sammons’ room. New members are always welcome! We will have snacks, games, and crafts and plan for our upcoming spring social dance!

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.

Today after school in room 412 an informational meeting on Cycling club for members anyone interested in joining the club. We will give you an overview of what the club does and our goals for the rest of the year! There’s no ride planned after the meeting so bikes are not necessary to attend the meeting or even join the club!! Stop by Ms. Schran’s and find out what the funnest club at Talawanda is all about!

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.

Attention seniors: yearbook superlatives and senior quotes are due today.  If you haven’t checked your email for the form yet, now is the time.  All superlatives and quote submission will be closed on Thursday, no exceptions – and remember to order your yearbook before it is too late.

FCCLA National Colors are Red and White – Red stands for strength and White stands for sincerity of purpose.

Tickets for the February 21st Setting Stone Coffee House are now on sale! Pick yours up in room 320–tickets are only $3 in advance–they go up to $5 the night of the show.

Now for today’s birthdays, Travis Cole turns 17 and Cora Tackett turns 18. Happy Birthday.

Attention: anyone signed up to perform at the Setting Stone Coffee House must attend a meeting after school on Tuesday in Mr. Aerni’s room. The meeting will take about ten minutes. If you have signed up and cannot attend the meeting, stop by to speak with Aerni BEFORE Tuesday’s meeting.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

Congratulations to Addie Lehman who was the first Talawanda Girls  diver to qualify to districts in over 10 year, she placed 24th out of 70 divers last night, congrats to her on a great season.

The hockey team’s playoff matchup is set, they will face the Sprinboro Panthers next Friday in Columbus in the first round.

Home Games for this weekend: good luck to the swim teams at their district tournaments, also the hockey team will have their league tournament this weekend. Also good luck to the boys basketball team who will head to Ross to face the Rams in their final conference matchup of the year tomorrow.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and enjoy your long weekend and also enjoy #FILMCLUBFRIDAY, on a Thursday.

February 12th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

 Best Buddies members: Our February meeting will be held on Thursday, February 13 after school in Mrs.Sammons’ room. New members are always welcome! We will have snacks, games, and crafts and plan for our upcoming spring social dance!

Attention all YITs – we will meet after school today.  Hope to see you there!

This Thursday afterschool in room 412 an informational meeting on Cycling club for members anyone interested in joining the club. We will give you an overview of what the club does and our goals for the rest of the year! There’s no ride planned after the meeting so bikes are not necessary to attend the meeting or even join the club!! Stop by Ms. Schran’s and find out what the funnest club at Talawanda is all about!

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.

Attention seniors: yearbook superlatives and senior quotes are due Thursday.  If you haven’t checked your email for the form yet, now is the time.  All superlatives and quote submission will be closed on Thursday, no exceptions – and remember to order your yearbook before it is too late.

FCCLA, once known as FHA, was founded on June 11th, 1945.

Last week, students watched a video from a few members of the Superintendent Advisory Council.  These students would like further input from the student body in the form of a survey to be delivered tomorrow.  We asked a few questions of some of the members….

As the video said, be on the lookout for the survey tomorrow.  You will have a chance to voice your opinions in a respectful manner.

Talawanda’s Key Club will continue to sell roses at lunch every day until the end of this week.  The cost is $2 for a bouquet of flowers.  Buy some roses today!

Tickets for the February 21st Setting Stone Coffee House are now on sale! Pick yours up in room 320–tickets are only $3 in advance–they go up to $5 the night of the show.

This week ahead of Valentine’s Day, Hope Squad is offering you the chance to let someone know that they matter.  Take a moment during lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and let someone know they made a difference in your life.  Stop at the “You were there” photo booth.  Write a personal note on the board, snap a picture to post to your social media to honor this person.  

Now for today’s birthdays, Lindsay Abrams turns 18. Happy Birthday.

Attention: anyone signed up to perform at the Setting Stone Coffee House must attend a meeting after school on Tuesday in Mr. Aerni’s room. The meeting will take about ten minutes. If you have signed up and cannot attend the meeting, stop by to speak with Aerni BEFORE Tuesday’s meeting.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

Congratulations to Sam Hool for winning the Southwest District Division 1 Diving meet last night.  This is Sam’s second straight district title.  By virtue of his district title Sam has also qualified to compete in the state diving championship meet which will be held next Saturday in Canton, OH.  Tonight is the Girls’ Southwest District Division 1 Diving meet which will feature Talawanda’s own Addie Lehman.  Action starts at 6 PM at the Miami Rec Center.  Make sure you come out and support the first Talawanda girl to qualify for the district diving meet in over 10 years.

The boys basketball team picked up a big road win last night at Eaton, the final in that one was 55-52, Craig James and Jonathan Richter had 19 points in the game, and senior Dalton Norris had 2 points in the game, the boys improve to 6-15 overall on the season and will head to Ross for their final conference matchup of the year on Friday.

Home Games for today: good luck to Addie Lehman who will be diving at the Rec Center tonight in the girls 1 meter district diving event at 6.

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

February 11, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

 Best Buddies members: Our February meeting will be held on Thursday, February 13 after school in Mrs.Sammons’ room. New members are always welcome! We will have snacks, games, and crafts and plan for our upcoming spring social dance!

Attention all YITs – we will meet after school on Wednesday.  Hope to see you there!

Attention seniors: yearbook superlatives and senior quotes are due Thursday.  If you haven’t checked your email for the form yet, now is the time.  All superlatives and quote submission will be closed on Thursday, no exceptions – and remember to order your yearbook before it is too late.

The motto for FCCLA is “Toward New Horizons”  The Talawanda chapter has 124 members in FCCLA this year.

Now for a Swim Update

Talawanda’s Key Club will continue to sell roses at lunch every day until the end of this week.  The cost is $2 for a bouquet of flowers.  Buy some roses today!

This is the last week to sign up for the February 21st Setting Stone Coffee House. Sign up to perform outside of Mr. Aerni’s room, 320.

This week ahead of Valentine’s Day, Hope Squad is offering you the chance to let someone know that they matter.  Take a moment during lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and let someone know they made a difference in your life.  Stop at the “You were there” photo booth.  Write a personal note on the board, snap a picture to post to your social media to honor this person.  

Now for today’s birthdays, Olivia Malone turns 15, Siesta Bailey, Joelle Knox and Taonanyasha Banda turn 17, and Natalie Weneck turns 18. Happy Birthday.

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

Anyone interested in running track and field for the Brave this year, information is in the athletic office. Practice will begin a bit earlier this year than in years past, so the first one will begin on Monday, February 24th.

The bowling teams faced Middletown at Eastern Lanes last night with the girls falling to the Middies by a score of 1935-1048, the boys had a similar fate falling to the Middies 2743-2187.

Home Games for today: none, but good luck to the boys basketball team who will head to Eaton and face the Eagles tonight, Varsity tip is at 7:30.

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

Feburary 10th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, Feburary 10th, 2020

 Best Buddies members: Our February meeting will be held on Thursday, February 13 after school in Mrs.Sammons’ room. New members are always welcome! We will have snacks, games, and crafts and plan for our upcoming spring social dance!

Juniors who want to be on Prom Steering Committee need to pick up an application outside Ms. Mann’s room 319.

Attention seniors: yearbook superlatives and senior quotes are due Thursday.  If you haven’t checked your email for the form yet, now is the time.  All superlatives and quote submission will be closed on Thursday, no exceptions – and remember to order your yearbook before it is too late.

Today kicks off National FCCLA Week!  FCCLA stands for Family Career and Community Leaders of America.  FCCLA has over 175,000 members in more than 5,300 chapters who are active in a network of associations in all 50 states, and in addition to the U.S. territories the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

Now for the Week Ahead

Talawanda’s Key Club will continue to sell roses at lunch every day until the end of this week.  The cost is $2 for a bouquet of flowers.  Buy some roses today!

This is the last week to sign up for the February 21st Setting Stone Coffee House. Sign up to perform outside of Mr. Aerni’s room, 320.

This week ahead of Valentine’s Day, Hope Squad is offering you the chance to let someone know that they matter.  Take a moment during lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and let someone know they made a difference in your life.  Stop at the “You were there” photo booth.  Write a personal note on the board, snap a picture to post to your social media to honor this person.  

And now for What’s the T and Luke WP.

The wrestling team competed in the Regional State Team tournament this past saturday.  In the first round the Brave defeated Hamilton with a score of 57 to 16.  Charlie Cooper, Colton Baker, Sammy Dillon, Davis Williams, Nick Englehard, Logan Crauder, James Beckett, Julian Askren, Terell Wills, and Nathon Detherage all recorded wins in their matches.  In the second round, the Brave fell to #1 ranked Elder.  Nick Englehard and Terell Wills pinned both of their Panther opponents.  The team now as a 7-4 team record as they near the end of their season, with only the SWOC tournament and the Individual State Tournament remaining on their schedule.

This past weekend the swim teams took part in their sectional swim meets, the first step of the state tournament.  Both teams represented themselves very well in the Cincinnati Sectional.  The boys placed 5th at the meet and the girls placed 4th.  In total, 15 athletes are moving on to the Southwest District meet this weekend at Miami, where berths to the State Championships will be on the line.  John Anzano, Ben Crowder, Blake Madden, Maren Patterson, and Mercy Patterson all qualified to districts in individual events, with Maren being seeded 7th in the district in both the 100 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke.  Also qualifying to districts were Rhyan Meyers, Maxx Gregg, Alex Carlson, Noah Femiani, Luke Liang, Mary Kate Huddleston, and Hannah Lippincott, all of whom were members along with the aforementioned athletes of 5 different relays that all qualified for districts.  The boys 200 Free Relay is currently the highest seeded relay at 6th in the district.  Boys district diving will be Tuesday night, girls district diving will be Wednesday night, and then the district swim meets will be Saturday.  Wish all of our district qualifiers good luck as you see them throughout the week.

The hockey team suffered a weekend sweep at the hands of Moeller and Northern Kentucky this past weekend to end the regular season. They finish with a record of 26-7-2 overall and will head to the Northlands Ice Center this weekend to participate in the SWOHSHL tournament.

The bowling teams faced Edgewood last Thursday, with the girls falling to the Cougars by a 1556-1329 score, the boys team defeated the cougars soundly by a score of 2387-1565. The bowling teams will head to Eastern Lanes tonight to face Middletown.

The girls basketball team fell to Harrison by a 39-34 score, Sophie Pohlabel had 14 points in that game. They finish with a 9-13 overall record and will play Loveland at Lakota East on Thursday in the first round of the State playoffs.

The boys basketball team suffered 2 losses on the weekend, on Friday at the hands of Northwest by a 45-43 score and on Saturday at Harrison, 66-47 was the final for the boys. The boys will head to Eaton to face the Eagles tomorrow, also their postseason matchup is set, they will play Princeton a week from Friday.

Anyone interested in running track and field for the Brave this year, information is in the athletic office. Practice will begin a bit earlier this year than in years past, so the first one will begin on Monday, February 24th.

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 guys tomorrow.

February 6th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Thursday, February 6th, 2020

 Best Buddies members: Our February meeting will be held on Thursday, February 13 after school in Mrs.Sammons’ room. New members are always welcome! We will have snacks, games, and crafts and plan for our upcoming spring social dance!

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.

Now for a Wrestling Report

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 birthday, Koen Broshear-Henley turns 15, Devin Smith and Ian Jones turn 16. Happy birthday.

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.

The Ac Chal team swept Winton Woods last night to improve their record to 14-0, they will begin the postseason in a few weeks.

Congratulations to Addie Lehman for placing 3rd at the Cincinnati girls sectional diving meet last night.  Addie’s score was 272 points which was just high enough to qualify her for the district diving championships next week.  Addie is the first girl in at least the last 11 years to qualify for districts in diving.

The girls basketball team defeated Northwest last night 60-40 to improve their record to 5-6 in the SWOC and 9-12 overall their next game is Saturday at Harrison, and their postseason matchup is set, they will play Loveland in the first round at Lakota East, tickets are already on sale in the athletic office for $6, they will be $7 at the gate and no sports passes will be accepted. The game is a week from today next Thursday the 13th at 8 pm once again at Lakota East high school.

Home Games for today: the bowling team will host Edgewood at 4 at Oxford Lanes.

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

February 5th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Wednesday, Feburary 5th, 2020

Interalliance will be having a meeting today after school to work on their UC IT expo submission and to take their club picture. If you can’t attend, see Mr. Z in room 301

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.

And now for Nick and Brayden’s top 5 Super Bowl Commercials.

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 birthday, Yusuf Ozdemir turns 14, Shelby Knott turns 15, Brayden Vaughn turns 16, and Linzie Gabbard turns 17, happy birthday!

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.

It’s good to be back, Talawanda, first off I’d like to apologize for not announcing last Friday that the swim team was hosting their SWOC championship also I’d like to congratulate them on winning the SWOC… again.

To everyone who sent me salad dressings yesterday, you have been blocked

The boys bowling team defeated Mount Healthy last night by a score of 2557-2421. They improve to 8-9 overall and 4-7 in the SWOC. The girls bowling team defeated Little Miami by a 1731-1343 score they pick up their first win on the year and along with the boys will host Edgewood on Thursday.

The boys basketball team fell to Edgewood by a 58-42 score, they fall to 5-13 on the year and their next game is Friday at Northwest.

Last night the Talawanda Wrestling team traveled to Trenton to compete in the Edgewood quad.  In the first match of the night, The Brave defeated Carlisle with a score of 42 to 33.  Colton Baker, Sammy Dillon, Davis Williams, Shae Dillingham, Logan Crauder, Kyle Schlabach, and Nathon Detherage all recorded victories in their matches; additionally Joe Claire won his exhibition match.  In the second match of the night the Brave fell to Edgewood.  Winning matches for the Brave were Sammy Dillon, Davis WIlliams, Nathon Detherage, and Colton Baker.  The team wraps up their regular season with a 6-3 record.  This weekend they travel to Lakota East to compete in the State Duals team tournament.

Congratulations to Sam Hool for winning the Cincinnati Sectional 1 Meter Diving event held last night at the Miami Rec Center.  Sam won the event in blow out fashion by finishing ahead of the 2nd place diver by over 86 points.  By virtue of his win, Sam has qualified to compete in the District Diving Championships, which will be held next week.  Sam will be looking to defend his district title from last year and also to qualify for the State Diving meet for the second year in a row.

Home Games for today: None, but today many Talawanda Seniors will sign after school to continue their athletic and academic careers in college, once again that ceremony will begin after school today.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Luke Wes

February 4th, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Monday, Feburary 4th, 2020

Interalliance will be having a meeting tomorrow after school to work on their UC IT expo submission and to take their club picture. If you can’t attend, see Mr. Z in room 301

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.

Now for some Grammy Outfit Reviews

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 birthday, Anna Newlin turns 15.

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 Nate B.

The girls basketball team defeated Lockland last night, with the score being 62-21. Their record improves to 8-12, with two more games left in the season, against Harrison and Northwest.

The boys basketball team has senior nigh tonight against Edgewood. The game starts at 7.

That’s our broadcast on this day I’m Nate Beck, thanks so much for watching, and we’ll see you guys tomorrow.

February 3rd, 2020

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.

January 31st, 2020

Good Morning Talawanda. Today is Friday, January 31st, 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.

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!

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

The hockey team defeated Alter last night by a 10-0 score, they finish SWOHSHL play undefeated at 9-0 and will get the 1 seed in the tournament. Their next game is tonight at home versus Bishop Watterson.

Home games for today: the hockey team hosts Bishop Watterson at 9 tonight, it’s a camo out (for real this time).

Home games this weekend: Hockey faces Miami on Saturday at 3:30 in game 3 of the Goggin Cup. Talawanda clinches the title with a win or tie.

And the boys basketball team will host Franklin county in a cross state matchup, Freshman at 4:30, JV at 6, and Varsity at 7:30.

That’s our broadcast on this month I’m Luke West Poley, thanks so much for watching, and now for Peter who will introduce our new segment…

January 30th, 2020

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.