MVCDS Hangs On To Beat Tiger Boys B-ball

The North Baltimore High School Boys Basketball team made a furious 4th quarter comeback, only to have a game tying three fall short at the buzzer.

The North Baltimore High School Boys Basketball team made a furious 4th quarter comeback, only to have a game tying 3-pointer fall short at the buzzer.
It was Winter Homecoming in The Jungle, as NB hosted Maumee Valley Country Day School (12 – 3), in a non-league basketball game. It was a very exciting and HARD FOUGHT game, 71 – 68. 
Scoring for the Tigers were Levi Gazarek with 23 points, including 11 for 11 foul shots. Julian Hagemyer hit 12 points (no foul shots), Tyler Durfey had 11 points, with Chase Naugle and Brady Rader each adding 10 points. Adam Flores added a two pointer. Hagemyer had 8 rebounds, with Rader and Gazarek grabbing 7 each.
JV game went to Maumee Valley Country Day 51-39.
Fotos by Ferg
Julian Hagemyer hits the jumper
Chase Naugle flips it over the defender for two
Brady Rader battles for the rebound
Levi Gazarek takes a shot from behind the arc
Jaden Bucher drives to the hoop
Alex Snyder hits from inside the paint

Updated – DCML Basketball Results – Jan. 28

Casey’s and Reineke’s on top of the North Baltimore Dick Clark Men’s Basketball League (DCML) with 7 – 3 records, two teams at 6 – 4.

Casey’s and Reineke’s on top of the North Baltimore Dick Clark Men’s Basketball League (DCML) with 7 – 3 records, two teams at 6 – 4.

Game #1 (Updated)

Reineke Family Dealership: 66

Patterson Sanitation: 68

Leading scorers for Patterson Sanitation:

Chad Wright with 19

Nick Brossia with 19

Leading scorers for Reineke Family Dealership:

Gabe Delosreyes with 24

Jacob Frost with 16

Game #2

Gerdeman Insurance: 58

Wymers Impact Cleaning: 70

Leading scorers for Gerdeman Insurance:

Mike Clark with 25

Tyler Trumbull with 20

Leading scorers for Wymers Impact Cleaning:

Chase Drewes with 24

Cory Stewart with 23

Game #3

Hagemyer Trucking: 54

Miller Insurance: 77

Leading scorers for Hagemyer Trucking:

Joey Hagemyer with 23

Scott Bateson with 18

Leading scorers for Miller Insurance:

Brody Naugle with 21

Chase Nichols with 19

Game #4

Casey’s Sales: 110

Mak & Ali’s Pizza: 62

Leading scorers for Casey’s Sales:

Sean Watson with 49

Jacob Casey with 25

Leading scorers for Mak & Ali’s Pizza:

Bryce Lennard with 17

Josh Fleckner with 15

Records After Week 12:

  1. Reineke Family Dealership: 7-3
  2. Casey’s Sales: 7-3
  3. Gerdeman Insurance: 6-4
  4. Miller Insurance: 6-4
  5. Wymers Impact Cleaning: 5-5
  6. Hagemyer Trucking: 4-6
  7. Patterson Sanitation: 3-7
  8. Mak & Ali’s: 2-8

Next week’s schedule for 02-04-2018:

12:15: #1 Reineke Family Dealership vs. #5 Hagemyer Trucking

1:15: #3 Gerdeman Insurance vs. #7 Mak & Ali’s Pizza

2:15: #4 Miller Insurance vs. #8 Patterson Sanitation

3:15: #2 Casey’s Sales vs. #6 Wymers Impact Cleaning

Second “View and Chew” Matinee Scheduled

Adult movie time at the NB Public Library………………….

The February “View and Chew” Matinee is scheduled for Wednesday, February 7, 2018 beginning at noon in the Wolfe Community Room of the North Baltimore Public Library. The movie is free and those attending are encouraged to bring their lunch or a snack. Water and coffee will be provided.  This movie is for adults only.

A movie license is purchased yearly by the Friends of the North Baltimore Public Library, which permits the showing of released movies. Although it is usually used to show children’s movies, the library decided to show movies for adult on a trial basis to determine interest.

The movie selected at the January matinee will be the recently released movie “Marshall”.  This movie is based on the incredible true story of future U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and one of the landmark cases of his life. The movie features actors  Chadwick Boseman, Sterling K. Brown, Kate Hudson, and Josh Gad. It will be an interesting look at history.

Remember the movie is FREE!

Jr High Boys Basketball Results

Versus Bluffton………………..

Jr High Boys Basketball Results

N Baltimore @ Bluffton – 1/27/2018

8th Grade Boys

Bluffton – 48

N Baltimore – 29

 

Mitch Clark – 16

Isaiah Boyd – 6

Johnny Hagemyer – 4

Gunner Kepling – 3

 

Overall Record 5-8, BVC Record 5-3

 

7th Grade Boys

Bluffton – 59

N Baltimore – 9

 

Gage McGrew – 3

Kaleb Kelley – 2

Garrett Ziegler – 2

Gage DeWitt – 2

 

Overall Record 1-11, BVC Record 1-6

 

Upcoming Boys Jr High Games:

Mon 1/29 Liberty-Benton (home), 5pm

Mon 2/5 @ Hopewell-Loudon, 5pm

BVC Tournaments @ Cory-Rawson

2/12, 2/13, 2/17, 2/21, 2/14

submitted by Suzanne Bucher

Interstate Maintenance in Lucas & Wood Counties

Intermittent lane restrictions possible on I-75, I-280 and I-475 in Lucas and Wood counties for pavement repairs caused by freeze-thaw cycle

Southbound Interstate 75 Pavement Repair

Tuesday, January 30 and Wednesday, January 31 – Daily 8am-4pm

Lane restrictions between Dorr Street and South Avenue

Tuesday, January 30 – 8am-4pm

Ramp from southbound I-75 to Anthony Wayne Trail (Exit 201A) closed

Delays expected. Alternate route: I-280; SR 795; I-75

Additional repairs to northbound I-75 in this area will be announced

I 75


Interstates 75, 280 and 475 Lighting Repairs

Monday, January 29 through Friday, February 2

Lane restrictions possible on I-75, I-280 and I-475 in Metro-Toledo area


Interstates 75, 280 and 475 Pavement Repair

Off-peak hours when possible

Intermittent lane restrictions possible on I-75, I-280 and I-475 in Lucas and Wood counties for pavement repairs caused by freeze-thaw cycle


All work is weather permitting

AMAC Opinion: CA Supreme Court Free Speech Issue

California law would allow the state to control free speech, says AMAC – ‘It’s an infamous piece of legislation that directly and blatantly violates the right of free speech’

California law would allow the state to control free speech, says AMAC – ‘It’s an infamous piece of legislation that directly and blatantly violates the right of free speech’
WASHINGTON, DC, Jan 26 – The Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC] sought last week to focus attention on a pending Supreme Court case that poses a new threat to our Constitutional right of free speech.
AMAC president Dan Weber said that a news article posted on the AMAC Web site last week caught the attention of the association’s membership offering their own comments on the matter.  But, he added, apparently independent media outlets remain unaware of its importance or are choosing to ignore its significance.
“The case involves a California law that requires pro-life crisis-pregnancy centers to promote abortion in their ads that offer right to life counseling and services,” Weber explained.  He called it an “infamous” piece of legislation that directly and blatantly violates the right of free speech by compelling those centers to include abortion as an option in their ads.
The National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) is the plaintiff in the case against the state of California.  Forty-one organizations that “advocate for free speech, religious liberty, and the rights of the unborn” filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of NIFLA’s claim.  In it they explained that “In this case, the state knowsfull well that it is compelling speech, and it knows fullwell that it is compelling speech on matters of deepmoral, religious, and political dispute.”
Says Weber: “what part of the first amendment does California not understand?  It states clearly that no law can be enacted ‘respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech.’  It seems to me that that is exactly what California did when it enacted its law forcing pro-life advocates to publicly acknowledge abortion as an alternative.  What’s next?  Will they pass a law compelling brick-and-mortar retailers to include a message that the same products they sell are available online from Web-based vendors such as Amazon?”
Weber said that this case is not about abortion or the pro-life movement; it is about free speech.  And he pointed to a Supreme Court case that was heard in 1949 and in which Justice William O. Douglas wrote the majority opinion.  Douglas explained clearly what the fuss is all about in that opinion: “The function of free speech under our system of government is to invite dispute.  It may indeed best serve its high purpose when it induces a condition of unrest, creates dissatisfaction with conditions as they are, or even stirs people to anger.  Speech is often provocative and challenging.  It may strike at prejudices and preconceptions that have profound unsettling effects as it pressures for the acceptance of an idea.”
Weber pointed out that “It was the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco that declared the state’s law is Constitutional because it ‘regulates only unprotected commercial speech.’  In other words, the court is claiming that non-profit pro-life counselors should be treated as commercial entities because they engage in fund-raising.  If that’s what they believe then all nonprofit organizations that engage in fund raising need beware.  Mark Rienzi, a prominent professor of law, says that ‘standard would turn every nonprofit in the country into a commercial speaker and give the government enormous power to regulate the speech of every nonprofit’-even your church around the corner.”
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