Parent Teacher Organization to Form at NB Schools

There will be an Organizational Meeting to form a Parent/Guardian) Teacher Organization in the North Baltimore Local School District. Anyone interested should attend one of the two meetings that are planned for (Wednesday, May 31)!

There will be an Organizational Meeting to form a Parent/Guardian) Teacher Organization in the North Baltimore Local School District. Anyone interested should attend one of the two meetings that are planned for (Wednesday, May 31)!

You can also email your interest to get on a mailing list for information to be sent out! > > > nbtigerambush@gmail.com

This is meant for all grade levels, our students and teachers and parents/guardians all need support!

This meeting is in the Powell Elementary Gym on North Main Street.

NB Legion Buckeye Boys State

2017 Ohio Buckeye Boys State attendees, representing NB Legion Post #539, in North Baltimore, Ohio.

2017 Ohio Buckeye Boys State attendees, representing NB Legion Post #539, in North Baltimore, Ohio.

This year’s Buckeye Boys State will be held June 11-18, 2017 at the new home of The American Legion Buckeye Boys State; Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

Adam Flores, David Patterson, Aiden Gore, Noah Cotterman, Julian Hagemyer, Matthew Ayers, Chase Naugle, Noah Pelton; Not Pictured: Kyle Gerdeman

American Legion Buckeye Boys State is an eight-day hands-on experience in the operation of the democratic form of government, the organization of political parties, and the relationship of one to the other in shaping Ohio government.

Founded in 1936, Buckeye Boys State is the largest Boys State program in the nation with an attendance of over 1,200 young men annually, representing nearly 600 Ohio High Schools, several on-line High Schools, and the Home Schooled Community.

The American Legion Buckeye Boys State program is sponsored by the Ohio American Legion, the largest veterans organization in the State of Ohio.

At Boys State, young men learn about city, county, and state government through a non-partisan objective education approach. The young men also form friendships which will last a lifetime!

GOST Garden Club Flower Show 2017

The North Baltimore Garden Club is once again sponsoring a flower show. This year we are a part of the Good Ole Summertime Celebration in North Baltimore.

The North Baltimore Garden Club is once again sponsoring a flower show.  This year we are a part of the Good Ole Summertime Celebration in North Baltimore.

The event is on Saturday, July 29 from 12pm-5pm, and will be held at the North Baltimore Public Library Community room.

All gardeners are invited to enter our competition.

We will be accepting both specimen flowers as well as flower arrangements, fairy gardens, hanging baskets, and both indoor and outdoor foliage and potted plants. A special category has been created this year for patriotic flower arrangements.

A complete listing of the categories is below.

The Garden Club will be accepting entries Friday night July 28 from 5pm-7pm, as well as 9am-10am July 29. Judging is closed, and will be done between 10am-noon.  Pick up of entries will be from 5pm-6pm Saturday after the show. All specimen flowers must be in clear vases, the club has them available at the library if needed.

If anyone wishes to pick up entry blanks early, they are available at the North Baltimore Public Library, Don H Miller Insurance Agency, and Dawn’s Flower Shop in North Baltimore. Category lists are also available at those three locations.  For more information, please contact Caprice Cheney at 419-257-3160 or email the club at cecheney@frontier.com
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North Baltimore Garden Club Flower Show

North Baltimore Public Library Community Room

Saturday, July 29    12p-5p

Drop off of plants, arrangements, specimens….

Friday July 28   5p-7p

Saturday July 29   9a-10a

Judging is closed and will be from 10a-noon

All items need to be picked up between 5p-6p Saturday night unless arrangements are made at time of drop off

Categories will be available in a week or so, but will include:

Houseplants                 Outside planters and hanging baskets

Fairy gardens                Arrangements

Specimen flowers and plants

A list of specific categories will be able to be picked up at the NB Library.

All gardeners welcome!

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NORTH BALTIMORE GARDEN CLUB FLOWER SHOW

July 29, 2017                          12pm-5pm

Drop off of flowers and displays: July 28, 5-7pm, July 29 9-10am

 SHOW CATEGORIES

ALL FLOWER SPECIMENS NEED TO BE IN CLEAR VASES OR JARS. THE GARDEN CLUB HAS VASES AVAILABLE FOR USE IN THE SHOW. PLEASE REMOVE ALL SPENT FLOWERS PRIOR TO JUDGING, AND PLEASE HAVE THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF BLOOMS IN CATEGORIES THAT ARE SPECIFIC. PLEASE BE ABLE TO TELL US WHAT SUB CATEGORY YOUR ROSE SPECIMEN WILL BE ENTERED IN AT TIME OF DROP OFF. WE HAVE ENTRY BLANKS AVAILABLE AT THE NORTH BALTIMORE PUBLIC LIBRARY IF YOU WISH TO FILL OUT AHEAD OF TIME. THE NORTH BALTIMORE GARDEN CLUB AND THE JUDGE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ADD OR SUBTRACT CATEGORIES BASED ON ITEMS BROUGHT IN.

PLANT CATEGORIES:

ANNUAL HANGING BASKET                                       INDOOR PLANT HANGING BASKET

HOUSE PLANTS                                                           FAIRY GARDEN

ORCHIDS AND BONSAI                                               LARGE FLOOR PLANTS

AFRICAN VIOLETS/FLOWERING HOUSE PLANTS

BEGONIA                                                                     GERANIUM

ANNUALS CATEGORIES: CLEAR VASE ONLY, WE CAN PROVIDE

MARIGOLDS, LARGE, ONE BLOOM                 MARIGOLDS, DWARF, 3 BLOOMS

PETUNIAS, SINGLE, 3 FLOWERS ONE COLOR

PETUNIAS, DOUBLE, 3 FLOWERS ONE COLOR

ZINNIAS, DWARF, 3 BLOOMS ONE COLOR     ZINNIAS, LARGE, 1 BLOOM

SNAP DRAGON, ONE STEM                            SALVIA, I STEM

SUNFLOWER, SMALL, 3 BLOOMS                   SUNFLOWER, LARGE, 1 BLOOM

GLADIOLUS, ANY VARIETY NOT TO EXCEED 20 INCHES

ALL OTHER ANNUALS NOT LISTED…THREE BLOOMS SMALL, ONE BLOOM LARGE

ROSES:

HYBRID TEA ROSE, ONE BLOOM                    GRANDIFLORA, 1 SPRAY

FLORIBUNDA, ONE SPRAY                              MINIATURE, 1 SPRAY

SHRUB OR KNOCK OUT, ONE SPRAY              OTHER ROSE (NOT LISTED)

PERENNIALS:

CLEMATIS, ANY VARIETY, ONE BLOOM         COREOPSIS, ANY VARIETY, THREE BLOOMS

DAISY, ANY VARIETY, 3 BLOOMS                   DELPHINIUM, ONE STOCK

GLOBE THISTLE, ONE STEM                            DAY LILY, ONE SCAPE*

PHLOX, ONE STEM                                          YARROW, ONE STEM

RUDBECKIA, ANY COLOR, 3 BLOOMS

ECHINACEA (CONE FLOWER) ANY COLOR, ONE STOCK

HOSTA, ANY VARIETY, ONE LEAF

ORIENTAL OR ASIATIC LILY ONE STEM

ANY OTHER PERENNIALS NOT LISTED, SMALL=3 BLOOMS, LARGE= 1 BLOOM

BUTTERFLY BUSH ONE STEM

*SCAPE: STEM WITH FLOWERS AND BUDS, LENGTH NOT TO EXCEED 24 INCHES.

ARRANGEMENTS:

            PATRIOTIC THEME ANY SIZE

MINIATURE ARRANGEMENT, LESS THAN SIX INCHES

LARGE ARRANGEMENT, ANYTHING OVER SIX INCHES

ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE IN ANY TYPE OF CONTAINER WHICH HOLDS WATER. ARRANGEMENTS MUST CONTAIN AT LEAST 50% LIVING ITEMS

PICK UP OF ITEMS WILL BE FROM 5PM-6PM SATURDAY NIGHT. PLEASE MAKE ARRANGE FOR SOMEONE TO PICK UP BY 6PM

THANKS FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE 2017 FLOWER SHOW

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Chowline: Grilling this Weekend? Use Meat Thermometer to Increase Food Safety

To get the most accurate temperature reading, you should place the meat thermometer in the thickest part of the food to gauge its temperature………

My dad considers himself a grill master, but I think some of his techniques are questionable, like marinating the meat in a dish on the countertop or checking the doneness of burgers or chicken by color. What can I tell him to convince him these methods aren’t safe?

Your dad is not alone — many people use color as an indicator of doneness when grilling meats. In fact, according to recent research by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration, only 34 percent of the public uses a food thermometer when cooking hamburgers.

But, in order to avoid foodborne illness, the USDA advises consumers to use a food thermometer to accurately measure if meat is cooked to a high enough internal temperature to destroy any harmful bacteria such as salmonella and E. coli that may be present.

The safe minimum cooking temperature for ground meats, including beef, pork, veal and lamb, is 160 degrees. Turkey and chicken should be cooked to an internal temperature of 165 degrees, according to USDA. Steak and pork can be safely cooked to 145 degrees.

To get the most accurate temperature reading, you should place the meat thermometer in the thickest part of the food to gauge its temperature.

In addition, USDA says you should allow a three-minute rest time after removing the meat from the heat source. During this rest time, the temperature of the meat remains constant or continues to rise and destroys any pathogens that may be present.

The problem with using color as an indicator of doneness for ground beef, for instance, is if raw ground beef is somewhat brown already, it may look fully cooked before it reaches a safe temperature. Different levels of oxygenation at different locations inside and on the surface of the meat can cause the meat to look red on the outside and brown on the inside.

So if the meat is already brown, it won’t change color during cooking, USDA says.

On the question of marinating meats and poultry, it’s safest to do so in a tightly sealed container in the refrigerator kept at 40 degrees or colder, or in an iced cooler if you are transporting the food. This is because bacteria that can cause foodborne illness grow rapidly at room temperature.

Keeping these safety tips in mind can help you have enjoyable backyard BBQs this spring and summer without the worry of getting sick from eating undercooked meats.

Other tips for safe grilling from USDA and the National Fire Protection Association include:

  • Propane and charcoal BBQ grills should be used only outdoors.
  • The grill should be placed well away from the home, deck railings, and out from under eaves and overhanging branches.
  • Keep your grill clean by removing grease or fat buildup from the grills and in trays below the grill.
  • Never leave your grill unattended.
  • For charcoal grills, use only lighter fluid designed for grilling. Never use gasoline or other flammable liquids, and never add more lighter fluid once the fire has started.
  • Don’t cover or store your grill until it has cooled, and soak coals with water before throwing them away.

Chow Line is a service of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and its outreach and research arms, OSU Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. Send questions to Chow Line, c/o Tracy Turner, 364 W. Lane Ave., Suite B120, Columbus, OH 43201, or turner.490@osu.edu.

NBHS Track – Regional Track Results

Two NBHS track athletes finished in the top 8 at the Division III Regional Track Meet at Tiffin’s Frost-Kalnow Stadium May 24th and May 26th, 2017.

Two NBHS track athletes finished in the top 8 at the Division III Regional Track Meet at Tiffin’s Frost-Kalnow Stadium May 24th and May 26th, 2017.

The top 4 in each event continue onto the State Track Meet at The Ohio State University on June 2nd and 3rd.

Sophomore Kiley Brooker finished 6th place in the shot put throwing 36’11” and beating the NBHS girls’ shot put record of 36’9” (which Kiley set previously this year).

Sophomore Jordan Bucher finished 7th place in pole vault clearing 10’0” (new career best).  Great job Lady Tigers!!!

For complete results go to:

http://www.baumspage.com/track/trframe.php?path=./../rtrack/2012/r10/2017

Kiley Brooker Regional Shotput 
Kiley on the podium in 6th Place
Jordan Bucher Regional Pole Vault
Jordan on the podium in 7th Place

from Suzanne Bucher

Upcoming ODOT Work Hancock County

The following is highway construction scheduled to occur within Hancock County – May 29, 2017

The following is highway construction scheduled to occur within Hancock County – May 29, 2017

Interstate 75 reconstruction and widening

For information concerning the Interstate 75 reconstruction and widening project through Findlay and Hancock County, visit the I-75 website.

Berming

Placement of berm stone will take place at the following locations with traffic maintained through the work zone. Work is being performed by the ODOT Hancock County maintenance garage.
• State Route 235 from the Hardin County line to the Wood County line
• State Route 103 between Bluffton and state Route 698

Bridge repair

U.S. 68 southbound exit ramp to U.S. 68 southbound over Eagle Creek at state Route 15, south of Findlay, closed May 15 for approximately two months for bridge repair. Traffic detoured onto state Route 15 eastbound to the state Route 37 interchange to state Route 15 westbound back to U.S. 68. Work is being performed by Global Outdoor Solutions, Cleveland (see map).

State Route 12/state Route 235 overlap between state Route 235 and township Road 57, west of Benton Ridge over Moffitt Ditch, closed April 17 for approximately 60 days for repair of a bridge deck. Traffic on state Route 12 detoured onto state Route 235, Interstate 75 northbound back to state Route 12. State Route 235 traffic detoured onto Interstate 75 northbound to state Route 12 back to state Route 235. Work is being performed by Global Outdoor Solutions, Cleveland (see map).

City of Findlay

State Route 12 between Western Avenue and Glessner Street, Findlay, closed during daytime hours only from approximately 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day until early June for curb repair and replacement. The work is being administered by the city of Findlay.

Contact: Rhonda Pees, public information officer, ODOT District 1
(419) 999-6803; rhonda.pees@dot.ohio.gov

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Photo Gallery: NBHS Graduation

Rainy weather doesn’t dampen the spirit of NB grads………………..

North Baltimore High School held it’s 126th Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 28th, and photographer Scott Ferguson was there to catch it all. Take a look at these views through Scott’s lenses…….

Fotos by Ferg                               (You can click directly on any  of these photos to ENLARGE them)

Principal Dr. Bob Falkenstein with introductions and veteran, alumni recognitions
Mr. Mike Kipplen Guidance Counselor with special awards recognitions
Bailey Boyer speaks of the past
Alexis Julien speaks of the present
Connor Law speaks of the future
Superintendent Ryan Delaney with the Presentation of the Class of 2017
Mrs. Jaimye Bushey VP, Board of Education with the Acceptance of Class of 2017
President Cassidy Hiser leads her class in moving their tassels
…..and the traditional tossing of the caps
One last statement before leaving

For more of Scott Ferguson’s photography visit: http://scottferguson.zenfolio.com

 

North Baltimore High School Class of 2017 Earns Awards and Scholarships

Total Scholarship Awards for the Class of 2017: $834,819.00 ……………………………….Way to Go, Grads!

Several NBHS 2017 Graduates earned numerous awards and scholarship dollars for furthering their educations. Here is a list as provided from the NBHS Guidance Office.


Seniors earning an Honors Diploma:
 Bailey Boyer, Alexis Julien, Connor Law, Cassidy Hiser, Ashley Rainbolt, Elijah Smith,  Aaron Fisher, Makayla Light, Catlin Cook

 

National Honor Society Members of the Senior Class:

Bailey Boyer, Catlin Cook, Aaron Fisher, Cassidy Hiser, Alexis Julien, Brandon Lanning, Connor Law, Makalya Light, Kiah Powell, Ashley Rainbolt, Elijah Smith, Sarina Villegas

 

Penta Career Center National Technical Honor Society Member:

Jazmin Bland

 

Seniors with 100+ Hours of Volunteer Community Service:

   Oakland Althauser, Morgan Bowen, Noah Brian, Kiah Powell, Seth Thompson

 

Junior Class Honor Guards:

Valerie Buchanan, Noah Cotterman, Kyle Gerdeman, Julian Hagemyer, Gabriele Kepling, David Patterson

Scholarship Recipients –

 

Bailey Boyer  University of Findlay Presidential Scholarship

($16,000/year)  $64,000

 NB American Legion Post #539 Scholarship                           1,000

  The Herringshaw Scholarship                                                3,629

  Hancock Wood Electric Cooperative Scholarship                1,000

 Total Award                          $69,629

At the University of Findlay Bailey will study Physical Therapy.

 

 

Morgan Bowen  Literary & Lyric Circle Scholarship                               $250

                                                                        Total Award                          $250

While attending Columbus State Community College, Morgan will study Event Management.

 

 

Noah Brian    University of Findlay Deans’ Scholarship ($10,000/year)      $40,000

                                                Total Award                          $40,000

Noah will attend the University of Findlay in the fall.

 

 

Gage Carles  University of Toledo Trustees Scholarship ($4,000/year)        $16,000

                                                                          Total Award                                    $16,000

Mechanical Engineering will be Gage’s field of study at The University of Toledo.

 

 

Catlin Cook  North Baltimore Rotary Scholarship                                   $1,000

                                                                        Total Award                          $1,000

Inclusive Early Childhood Education will be Catlin’s major while attending BGSU.

 

 

Tanner Gray-DuVall  NBHS Alumni Association Scholarship                $750

                                                                        Total Award                          $750

Tanner will study Medical Laboratory Science while attending BGSU.

 

 

Aurelian Greeno OSU Excellence Scholarship ($10,010/year)                           $40,040

                              NB American Legion Post #539 Scholarship                    1,000

                                                                           Total Award                       $41,040

While attending The Ohio State University, Aurelian will study Political Science.

 

 

Trent Hill  BGSU Freshman Academic Scholarship ($2500/year)                  $10,000

                                                                        Total Award                          $10,000

Computer Science will be Trent’s major while attending Bowling Green State University.

 

 

Cassidy Hiser   BGSU Freshman Academic Scholarship ($4,000/year)      $16,000

North Baltimore Rotary Scholarship                                      500

                                                            Total Award                          $16,500

At Bowling Green State University Cassidy will pursue a degree in Education.

 

 

Alexis Julien     Heidelberg Fellows Award ($16,000/year)                               $64,000

                           NBHS Alumni Association Scholarship                                   750

                           NBHS American Red Cross Scholarship                                250

                           Jorgen Larsen Scholastic Scholarship                                   1,500

                           NB American Legion Post #539 Scholarship                        1,000

                                                                          Total Award                         $67,500

While attending Heidelberg University, Alexis will study Graphic Design.

 

 

Brandon Lanning  The Ability Center of Greater Toledo Scholarship   $5,000

Total Award                      $5,000

At Bowling Green State University Brandon will pursue a degree in Meteorology.

 

 

Connor Law     Ohio Northern University Trustee Scholarship

                                                                                   ($25,400/year)                      $101,600

                                                                               Total Award                   $101,600

Physics will be Connor’s major while attending Ohio Northern University.

 

 

Makayla Light  University of Findlay Presidents Scholarship

                             ($14,000/ 5 years)           $70,000

                              UF Institutional Award                ($17,400/5 years)                 87,000

                            North Baltimore Rotary Scholarship                                     500

                            North Baltimore School Scholarship                                      500

                            NBEA Spirit Scholarship                                                        500

                            Millstream Area Credit Union Scholarship                           500

                                                                        Total Award                          $159,000

Makayla will study Pharmacy at the University of Findlay.

 

 

Anthony Mungia  Bluffton University Trustees Scholarship

      ($12,000/year)              $48,000

                                                                                                      Total Award                    $48,000

While at Bluffton University, Anthony will study Business Management.

 

 

Kiah Powell  Malone University Dean’s Scholarship  ($13,500/year)             $54,000              

                       Malone Women’s Basketball Scholarship ($16,500/year)         66,000

                       Huntington Spitler Memorial Scholarship                                  550

                       NBHS Class of 1972 Memorial Scholarship                               500

                       Jorgen Larsen Scholastic Scholarship                                       1,500

                                                                          Total Award                                    $122,550

Nursing will be Kiah’s major while attending Malone University.

 

 

Andrew Shelton   BGSU Freshman Academic Scholarship ($2500/year)  $10,000

                                                         Total Award                          $10,000

At Bowling Green State University Andrew will major in Education.

 

 

Elijah Smith  BGSU Freshman Academic Scholarship ($4000/year)            $16,000

                                                                        Total Award                          $16,000

While attending Bowling Green State University, Eli will study Communications.

 

 

James Smith  Bluffton University Academic Excellence Scholarship     

                                                                                                ($15,000/year)    $60,000

                                                                           Total Award                       $60,000

Criminal Justice will be Jimmy’s major at Bluffton University.

 

Seth Thompson  BGSU Freshman Academic Scholarship ($2500/year)    $10,000

                                                                        Total Award                          $10,000

Seth plans to major in Computer Science & Engineering at Bowling Green State University.

 

 

Sarina Villegas  Southeastern University Academic Scholarship

($8000/year)       $32,000

                                     Southeastern Hispanic Scholarship  ($2000/year)                    8,000

                                                                        Total Award                          $40,000

Communications will be Sarina’s major at Southeastern University.

 

           

 

Total Scholarship Awards for the Class of 2017:  $834,819.00

 

 

In addition to the above awards, the HOBY Outstanding Sophomore Sierrah Johnson was recognized as were Athletic and Student Council Award recipients.

Briar Hill Health Campus Resident Turns 100

Happy Birthday to Doris Voland………..

North Baltimore, OH (May 26, 2017) – On Thursday, May 26th Doris Voland turned 100 years old! She was born May 25th to Simon Green & Laura LaRue. She was the 2nd of 4 children. She attended McComb local schools. She was married to Ercel and was a homemaker and farmworker. The couple had three children: William, Merritt and Ronald. Her family now has: 7 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren.

She enjoys needlework, crocheting, knitting, working puzzles and reading.

Birthday Girl Turns 100
Doris Voland
Doris Voland–100 years young!

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Frankie Repeats as BVC Softball Coach

The Lady Tigers of North Baltimore High have won back-to-back Blanchard Valley Conference softball titles, their coach, Frankie Hernandez has been rewarded, again, being named Coach of the Year for the 2nd straight season.

The Lady Tigers of North Baltimore High have won back-to-back Blanchard Valley Conference softball titles, their coach, Frankie Hernandez has been rewarded, again, being named Coach of the Year for the 2nd straight season.

NB finished the season 19-6 overall and 11-0 in the league, they were 10 – 1 in 2016.  Coach Franke said, “The girls had a great season! I know they would have liked to have gone further in the tournament, but, back-to-back BVC Champs is something to be proud of!”

NB’s All-BVC selections were:

Katelyn Weinandy, junior, 1st Team – Pitcher

Jasmine McNett, sophomore, 1st Team

Bailey Boyer, senior, 1st Team

Paige Hyatt, junior, Honorable Mention

Makenna Ray, junior, Honorable Mention

fotos by Ferg (visit: Fotos by Ferg @ zenfolio.com)

Kaitlyn Weinandy – 1st Team All-BVC Pitcher
Jasmine McNett – 1st Team All-BVC
Bailey Boyer – 1st Team All-BVC
BVC Softball
AwardNameSchoolGrade
Coach Of The YearFrankie HernandezNorth Baltimore
 
Player Of The YearKila FultzVan Buren12
 
1st Team PitchersKatelyn WeinandyNorth Baltimore11
 Kila FultzVan Buren12
 
1st Team PlayersJasmine McNettNorth Baltimore10
Jocelyn PetersArcadia12
Bailey BoyerNorth Baltimore12
Olivia KlieschVanlue12
Olivia SextonVan Buren10
Macey MalagonHopewell-Loudon9
Nora HemmingerMcComb12
Katie VeenstraLiberty-Benton11
Brittany ReiglePandora Gilboa12
Janessa TaylorRiverdale12
Addy LaffertyArlington11
Emily BerryArlington11
2nd Team PlayersKyleigh KruppHopewell-Loudon11
Kacey DurliatLiberty-Benton11
Breana ReinhartArcadia10
Brylie RampeVan Buren12
Brittney RothCory-Rawson12
Shelby SteinbrookMcComb10
Moriah HelmsArlington11
Alaina GoscheHopewell-Loudon12
Karly RenzArcadia11
Kristen MullinsPandora-Gilboa12
Honorable MentionHaley KiefferArcadia12
Lexie FretzArcadia12
Sarah SoltArlington10
Amber DurliatArlington9
Mikaela RickseckerCory-Rawson12
Veronica RisnerCory-Rawson11
Nicole ColleyHopewell-Loudon11
Chelsie DepinetHopewell-Loudon10
Emma GrubinskiLiberty-Benton11
McKenzie MurphyLiberty-Benton11
Summer SteingassLeipsic11
Kierra MeyerLeipsic11
Hannah SchroederMcComb9
Hannah DavidsonMcComb10
Paige HyattNorth Baltimore11
Makenna RayNorth Baltimore11
Toria HovestPandora-Gilboa12
Paiten DulaneyPandora-Gilboa12
Hannah MorrisRiverdale12
Lindsay NicholsRiverdale11
Amelia DurliatVan Buren11
Sarah DishongVan Buren11
Grace WagnerVanlue12
Sidney EllerbrockVanlue12