NBHS Cheerleaders 2017 – 18

The North Baltimore High School Cheerleaders 2017 – 18.

The North Baltimore High School Cheerleaders 2017 – 18.

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Varsity

L to R – Britney Biller, Cristina Morales, Megan Smith, Madyson Aguinaga, Hailey Powell, Val Buchanan, Tessa Shifflet, Jordan Bucher, Claudia Ongil, Lilly Westgate

JV

Front – Alexis Williams, Hannah Showalter, Mia McCartney, Grace Stanfield; Middle – Cheyenne Briner, Corrina Adkins, Madison Swartz; Back – Meghan Thompson, Zoey Beaupry, Hannah Swartz
Photos by: Inter-State Studio

submitted by Suzanne Bucher

NBHS Homecoming King & Queen 2018

Congratulations to Chase Naugle and Valerie Buchanan on being named North Baltimore High School’s Winter Homecoming King and Queen!

Congratulations to Chase Naugle and Valerie Buchanan on being named North Baltimore High School’s Winter Homecoming King and Queen!

Fotos by Ferg

In the evening’s non-league basketball game with Maumee Valley Country Day School, the Tigers came up just short, in a very exciting and HARD FOUGHT game, 71 – 68. Game notes/stats will be posted later, as stats are available.

NB Tiger Wrestling 2017 – 18

North Baltimore High School and Junior High Wrestling 2017 – 18

North Baltimore High School and Junior High Wrestling 2017 – 18

Front Row – Santos Canales, Gavin McGrew, Nate Staley, Brandon Biller, Ashtin Weber, Jared Suman, Jonathon Patterson, Darrian Zitzelberger, Simon Sexton, Adam Showalter;  Back Row – Coach Tyler Cusac, Coach Deaontae Turner, Camron Casdorph, Koleton Carpenter, David Patterson, Zeth Johnson, Brendon Cotterman, Brendon Hutchins, Levi Trout, Coach Dalton Ishmael, Coach Nick Goebel, Head Coach Luke Garner

photo by Interstate

Suzanne Bucher

NB Jr. High B-ball Tournament Brackets

The North Baltimore Junior High Girls Basketball teams will compete in the JH BVC Girls Basketball Invite held at Cory-Rawson next week.

The North Baltimore Junior High Girls Basketball teams (7th & 8th grade) will compete in the Jr. Hi BVC Girls Basketball Invite held at Cory-Rawson next week.

The NB 8th Grade Girls drew a bye into the 3rd Session, playing Saturday, Feb. 3, 1:00 pm in The Hive (HS Gym).

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The NB 7th Grade Girls will begin play Wed., Jan. 31, vs. Van Buren, 5:30 (Session 2) in the Bob Abbey Gym – Junior High Gym

Junior High Winter Sports 2017 – 18

Boys & Girls – 7th & 8th Grade Basketball and Cheerleaders

Boys & Girls – 7th & 8th Grade Basketball and Cheerleaders

8th Grade Boys Basketball
Back Row – Head Coach Joey Hagemyer, Caiden Phillips, Brendon Woodward, Mitch Clark, Isaiah Boyd, Coach Ryan Clark

Front Row – Logan Keller, Brock Baltz, Gunner Kepling, Jacob Nagel, Cayce Trout, Johnny Hagemyer
7th Grade Boys Basketball
Back Row – Coach Joey Hagemyer, Tyler Williams, Garrett Ziegler, Head Coach Ryan Clark
Front Row – Aiden Burleson, Kaleb Kelley, Austin Leeper, Gage McGrew
8th Grade Girls Basketball
Back Row – Coach Troy Trumbull, Halie Inbody, Grace Hagemyer, Lucy Trout, Head Coach Bradlee Rowlinson
Front Row – Kaitlynn Swartz, Gabby Estrada, Leia Thomas, Caitlin Schwartz, Emma Cotterman, Hailey Lennard
7th Grade Girls Basketball
Back Row – Head Coach Troy Trumbull, Reyvin Miles, Lydia Feehan, Bri Kreias, Coach Bradlee Rowlinson
Front Row – Autumn Buder, Alivia Delancy, Emme Hopple, Hope Carico
Jr High Cheerleaders
L to R – Elyzabeth Briner, Cheyenna King, Kaitlynn Grant, Ariana Loera, Maddy Westgate, Olivia Matthes, Madison McGrew, Morgan Spence, Rhiannon Powell, Brionna Tilden
*Not Pictured – Hallie Downs, Mercedes Ankney
Photos by: Inter-State Studio

submitted Suzanne Bucher

Chowline: “Raw” Water Trend Can Make You Sick

There were some 42 waterborne disease outbreaks associated with drinking water in the United States from 2013 to 2014, resulting in at least 1,006 cases of illnesses, 124 hospitalizations, and 13 deaths. Ohio was among those impacted states…………..

I’ve heard about a new trend that involves drinking “raw water.” What is it, and is it good for me?

In a word, no.

“Raw” or “live” water is not treated to remove or reduce minerals, ions, particulate, or, importantly, potential pathogenic bacteria and parasites. Raw water is found in rivers and natural springs, and is being sold at premium prices by some companies, according to published reports.

photo Thinkstop

According to those recent published reports, selling raw water is part of a natural foods or health trend. The idea is that because this water still retains its natural mineral concentration, comes directly from earth springs, is unfiltered, and is untreated with chemicals such as chlorine and fluoride, it is a healthy alternative.

However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that while water flowing in streams and rivers of the backcountry might look pure, it can still be contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites, and chemical contaminants. The agency warns that drinking contaminated water can increase the risk of developing certain infectious diseases caused by pathogens such as Cryptosporidium, Giardia, Shigella, and norovirus, in addition to others.

In fact, there were some 42 waterborne disease outbreaks associated with drinking water in the United States from 2013 to 2014, resulting in at least 1,006 cases of illnesses, 124 hospitalizations, and 13 deaths, according to the CDC. Ohio was among those impacted states.

The biggest culprit was Legionella, which was associated with 57 percent of these outbreaks and all of the deaths, the CDC said.

One way to deter such waterborne disease outbreaks is through effective water treatment and regulations, which can protect public drinking water supplies in the United States, the CDC said.

And those consumers who want to take additional precautions when camping, hiking, or traveling to regions without strict water treatment programs can find additional information on filtration, boiling, and other practices from the CDC website.

It’s important to note that just because something is labeled natural, unprocessed, or raw, doesn’t automatically mean that it is healthy or better for you. And while there are some foods and drinks that are safe to consume raw, water is not one of them.

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.

Lutheran Church News

“One Good Apple” is Pastor Ralph Mineo’s sermon topic…………………..

St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, North Baltimore

“One Good Apple” is Pastor Ralph Mineo’s sermon topic at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in North Baltimore on Sunday, January 28 at 10:15 a.m.

Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:00 a.m.

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St. John’s Lutheran Church, McComb

“One Good Apple” is Pastor Ralph Mineo’s sermon topic at St. John’s Lutheran Church in McComb on Sunday, January 28 at 8:00 a.m. Sunday School begins at 9:15 a.m.

A joint adult Sunday School is with the McComb United Methodist Church