Leipsic Numbers Too Much for Tigers

North Baltimore hosted Leipsic for Homecoming 2016. The young Tigers came out wanting to make a statement, and did, taking the lead 20 – 14 after the first quarter.

by JP MIklovic
fotos by Ferg will be coming up later…

North Baltimore hosted Leipsic for Homecoming 2016. The young Tigers came out wanting to make a statement, and did, taking the lead 20 – 14 after the first quarter.

But the Vikings, currently tied for 2nd in the BVC, just had too many numbers for out-manned NB. Leipsic with close to 40 players on the side line (NB is down to around 20 with mounting injuries to key players), and over 600 yards in total offense (NB had 313) and 12 penalties (for 110 yards) on the Tigers, Leipsic shut NB down after the first quarter, for a 60 – 20 win.

Brady Rader hit Chase Naugle for a 7 yard TD pass with four minutes gone in the game, to take the 6 – 0 lead (Noah Brian’s kick was wide left). Leipsic quickly came back, in about 90 seconds, to get their first score, the kick was good, Leipsic leads 7 – 6.

NB did not let down and the offense moved down the field, culminating in a Rader pass to Levi Gazarek, from 9 yards out, the kick was good for a 13 – 7 NB lead.

But the Vikings again quickly responded with another score, in about 60 seconds, to retake the lead 14 – 13, with the good PAT. But in the next 60 seconds the Tigers scored again, as Rader again hit Gazarek in the corner of the end zone, from 10 yards out. NB had the lead for the final time, 20 – 14 as the exciting first quarter expired.

NB struggled with penalties in the 2nd quarter, seeing their offensive drives going the wrong direction. Leipsic opened up their running attack to score three times, wearing the Tigers down, taking the half time lead 35 – 20.

NB played with a lot of heart, while suffering some key injuries and having so many young players having to play both offense and defense, the fatigue factor played a major role. NB will have to get healthy fast, as they travel to Arcadia, to face the hungry Red Skins next Friday.

Stats:

NB had 228 yards passing, as Rader hit 22 of 41, with one interceptions and three touchdowns. David Patterson had 7 catches for 79 yards. Gazarek had four catches for 65 yards and 2 TD’s.

Kole Wymer picked up 56 yards on 10 carries to lead the Tiger’s running game.

 

Video – Sean Williams Sings at NBHS Homecoming Game

North Baltimore High School’s (2010) own Country Recording Artist, Sean Williams, sang the Star Spangled Banner at the NBHS Homecoming Game with Leipsic, at War Memorial Field.

Sean will be in concert TONIGHT at the Stroh Center!

North Baltimore High School’s (2010) own Country Recording Artist, Sean Williams, sang the Star Spangled Banner at the NBHS Homecoming Game with Leipsic, at War Memorial Field.

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foto by Ferg

Sean will be in concert TONIGHT at the Stroh Center on the campus of Bowling Green State University. Look for tickets here: Stroh Center Tickets

Sean now lives in Nashville, but continues to return to Northwest Ohio to his local fans delight!

 

Video by JP Miklovic

 

Another listing sold by Leisa Zeigler, REALTOR…..

>>> OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULED & REDUCED Asking Price <<< Property is 15 minutes from Findlay and Bowling Green.

Another listing sold by Leisa Zeigler, REALTOR…..

OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULED 

Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016 – 10:00 – 12:00 pm

ERA Geyer Noakes Realty Group Listing. Beautiful 2,024 Sq. Ft. plus full basement. 3 bedroom, 2.1 bath home situated on a corner lot in small subdivision close to the school.

Open floor plan feel with 2 story foyer, formal dining area, large eat in kitchen with newer countertop, all appliances stay.

Large owner’s suite has walk in closet, double granite sink, separate toilet & bathing.

Newer carpet, laminate and vinyl throughout. Curtains and blinds stay.

Basement partially finished. 2 car attached garage.

2012 A/C, 2013 roof, 2015 hot water heater, new shutters, exterior lights.

So many updates.

Property is 15 minutes from Findlay and Bowling Green.

Cash/Conventional/FHA/VA

Easy Access to I-75         

REDUCED ASKING PRICE $ 153,000

Contact listing agent Leisa Zeigler for details. 419-350-1406

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Ohio PTA to Hold Empowering PTA Parents and Leaders Conference

Wednesday, Nov. 2………..

COLUMBUS (from Oct. 10, 2016) – Ohio PTA will hold an Empowering PTA Parents and Leaders Conference from 4:30 to 9 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 2 at Kimpton Middle School, 380 River Road, Munroe Falls.

 

Participants will have the opportunity to meet representatives from Sandy Hook Promise and the Internet Safety Task Force. Tonda DaRe, of Holly’s Song of Hope, will speak about the heroin crisis and what parents can do. Workshops on running a PTA will also be offered.

 

The cost is $15. Childcare will be provided. Dinner is included. Registration is required. For more information, contact Rebecca Gawsyszawski at 440-315-9097 or da13@ohiopta.org.

 

The Ohio PTA, a 115-year-old branch of the National PTA, is composed of nearly 70,000 members in over 500 units. The organization works to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.

 

Dementia Communication Topic of Program

Tuesday, Oct. 18 from 3 to 4 p.m……………

MAUMEE – The Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter is hosting a special program for caregivers, “Effective Communication for Challenging Times: Alzheimer’s Disease,” Tuesday, Oct. 18 from 3 to 4 p.m. at The Legacy, Lakes of Monclova, 6935 Monclova Road.

Caregivers will explore how to communicate with someone with Alzheimer’s disease, learn how to decode verbal and behavioral messages delivered by someone with dementia and identify strategies to help connect and communicate at each stage of the disease.

Registration is requested, but not required. Call 800-272-3900 to sign up.

Cavs Championship Trophy to Visit the Ohio Statehouse next week

The capitol visit provides Cavs fans a FREE opportunity to snap a photo with the trophy, up-close and personal, using their own camera…….

(Columbus, OH)—The Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board will host the Larry O’Brien championship trophy Tuesday, October 18, 2016. The Trophy will be on public display from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Rotunda of the Ohio Statehouse. The championship trophy’s visit to the Ohio Capitol is part of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ #AllForOhio tour that has scheduled stops in Canton, Akron, Columbus, and Youngstown prior to the start of the NBA regular season on October 25. The capitol visit provides Cavs fans a FREE opportunity to snap a photo with the trophy, up-close and personal, using their own camera.

The championship trophy will travel with an entourage of Cavs entertainment team members including in-arena host Ahmaad Crump, members of the Cavalier Girls, Scream Team and Cavs mascot Sir C.C. The Ohio Statehouse will accommodate as many visitors as possible from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Additionally, a mobile Cavs team shop will be parked on the Third Street side of Capitol Square, outside of the Senate Building, for all your Cavs gear needs. Please remember, all bags, packages and personal items carried into the Ohio Statehouse are subject to inspection or x-ray screening.

“We would like to thank the Cleveland Cavaliers organization for sharing their amazing accomplishment with Columbus and the Ohio Statehouse,” said Laura Clemens, CSRAB executive director. “This is a wonderful opportunity for the people of the capital city to support the Wine & Gold and show their Cavs love here at the Ohio Statehouse.”

 

From the Ohio Statehouse, the trophy will travel north to The Ohio State University and be displayed at Cavs Fest held at the Schottenstein Center from 4 to 6 p.m. prior to the Cavs vs. Wizards preseason game.

To view this press release and others, visit ohiostatehouse.org.

Columbus schedule of events:

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18
Ohio Statehouse Rotunda, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
1 Capitol Square, Columbus, OH 43215

All bags, packages and personal items carried into the Statehouse are subject to inspection or x-ray screening.

Cavs Fan Fest at the Schottenstein Center, 4 to 6 p.m.
555 Borror Dr, Columbus, OH 43210

The trophy will be on display (not for individual photos) at the FREE outdoor Cavs Fan Fest prior to the Cavs vs. Wizards preseason game, weather permitting. During the game, the trophy will be displayed on the main concourse of the Schottenstein Center at halftime.

Letter to the Editor – “Open the Checkbook”

As a former Council Member I would like to take a moment to weigh in on the subject of the “Open Checkbook” program offered through the State Ohio.

Editor –

As a former Council Member I would like to take a moment to weigh in on the subject of the “Open Checkbook” program offered through the State Ohio.

I called for North Baltimore to join this program nearly 2 years ago but yet to no avail at this time. The program basically just puts the Village Checkbook on the website for all to see where there tax dollars are being spent and provide complete transparency.

From the start of the conversations on this subject it met resistance from some Council members and some in Administration positions. I know there is nothing to hide, as the current Village Finance Director and his assistants do an awesome job, so let’s simply open it up.

Also I believe that all reports, agendas, meeting minutes, from all depts within the Village be put on the Village Web site in a very timely manner. It’s the electronic age, these items should be immediately uploaded to the Web site as soon as they are available. In this day and age, the residents should not have to go to a meeting, to know what is going on. Let’s have this discussion.

Respectively, Bill Cameron