UPDATED – Winter Homecoming 2019 Foto Gallery

NB HS held the Winter Homecoming last weekend. Fotos by Ferg

Fotos by Ferg (https://scottferguson.zenfolio.com/)

NBHS Winter Homecoming 2019
Queen & King
Lilly Westgate & Harley Cole

2019 Winter Princess and Prince are Audrey Stutz and Porter Pizarro

Audrey Shultz is the daughter of Trisha and Davis Shultz.  She is in Mrs. Clifton’s kindergarten class this year. Her favorite color is pink.  She loves to play outside and loves to color and paint. When she grows up, she wants to be a cheerleader.

Porter is the son of Kassi Smith and Travis Pizarro. His siblings are Hayden, Konnor, Aldon and Makenna.  He is in Mrs. Mortorana’s Kindergarten class this year. He doesn’t have a favorite color because he loves all of them.  His hobbies include playing Xbox, playing football and watching tv. When he grows up he wants to be a football player.

Freshmen Attendants are Gabriella Estrada and Jonathon Hagemyer

Gabby is the daughter of Rosie and Jacob Ford.  She participates in basketball, softball, and volleyball.  She likes to hang out with her friends. She also likes to go out to movies and restaurants.

Johnny is the son of Kristin and Joey Hagemyer.  In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball for the Tigers but also on his AAU team in the summers.  He also enjoys hanging out with his friends and family and playing video games with his bros.

Sophomore Attendants are Meghan Thompson and Diego Rodrigo

Meghan is the daughter of Sandy and Alan Gallacher.  She is a member of the Varisty cheerleading squad and also participates in pep band and jazz band.  She is a member of Swing choir and of the Praise band at her church. She enjoys spending time with her friends, family and cats.

Diego Rodrigo is the son of Amparo and Juan Rodrigo.  He has a brother named Ivan and they reside in Spain. In his free time, he loves playing sports and is the goalkeeper on his soccer team back home.  He also plays tennis and basketball and likes to go out with his friends. He enjoys movies and video games. He also enjoys skiing and playing chess.

Junior Attendants are Chloe Hopple and Logan Gunter

Chloe is the daughter of Sarah and Dan Hopple. She is involved in volleyball and travel softball.

Logan is the son of Krista and Charles Gunter.  He is a member of the football and basketball teams.  When he is not playing sports he spends most of his time fishing with his best friend Alex.

Senior Attendants Olivia Hyatt and Harley Cole

Olivia is the daughter of Penny and Troy Hyatt.   She participates in Paw for a Cause, Student Council, National Honor Society, International Club, and Quiz Bowl.  She is President of the Tiger Tribune and also plays volleyball and softball. After graduation she plans on attending the University of Findlay to major in nursing with a minor in Political Science.  She plans on furthering her education to one day become an anesthetic nurse.

Harley is the son of April and Steve Cole and Shelly and Don LaRotonda. He is a member of Student Council, National Honor Society, Vice President of Paws for a Cause.  He is employed at Mcdonalds. He enjoys spending time with friends and family, volunteering and supporting the Tiger athletics. He has been accepted at Bowling Green State University and plans to major in Business.

Senior Attendants Lanie McCartney and Bryant Matthes

Lanie is the daughter of Kevin and Bri McCartney and Kim and Mike Kerwin. She participates in baton, 4-H, Track Tri-M, Student Council and Pep band.  She is a National Honor Society member. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends. After graduation she plans to attend the University of Northwestern Ohio to study Travel and Hotel Management.

Bryant is the son of Arica and Matt Matthes.  He is Vice President of the senior class and is also a member of Student Council and National Honor Society.  He played football all 4 years and received the Tiger Spirit Award. He enjoys spending time with his great grandpa Kidd on his farm and working with his Grandpa Bankey.  He loves to play euchre with his Brother Hank and best friends Danny Crouse and Brady Rader. He wishes his sister Olivia luck with the rest of her high school years. After graduation he plans on entering the workforce.

Senior Attendants Lilly Westgate and Dalton Teaford

Lilly is the daughter of Laura and Jason Westgate.  She is Student Council Vice President, National Honor Society Vice President, Junior Fair board member, Senior fair board representative, 4-H club President and Tri-M President.  She is a Wood County honor court delegate, a camp counselor and carteens Facilitator. After graduation she plans on attending BGSU to Major in education. 

Dalton Teaford is the son of Stacy Bumpus and Shelly Friel. He participates in Wood County Sheriff’s, Explorers, Wrestling, OPOTA for private security, and band. After graduation he plans to work at ToCl as a corrections officer until he attends the police academy and becomes a sheriff’s deputy.

Last year’s Queen and King

2018 Queen & King Valerie Buchanan and Chase Naugle

Lady Tigers Beat C-R

North Baltimore Varsity Girls @ Cory-Rawson in BVC play

High School Girls Basketball Results

North Baltimore Varsity Girls @ Cory-Rawson in BVC play – 1/17/19

North Baltimore 20-10-23-10 – 63
Cory-Rawson 8-13 – 9 – 3 – 33

scoring:
Leah Lee – 15
Alivia Light – 14
Grace Hagemyer – 12
Mia McCartney – 8
Simone Thompson – 4
Allison Kepling – 3
Kenzie Perez – 3
Hailey Watson – 2
Lexi Long – 2


stats:
2-PT FGM-A: 18-35 (51%)
3-PT FGM-A: 9-21 (43%)
FTM-A: 0-3 (0%)
Rebounds: 39 (Hagemyer 14)
Assist Leader: Light 10
Turnovers: 17

Varsity Overall Record 7-6, BVC Record 5-2

Tiger JH Boys B-ball vs. Arcadia

NB vs. Arcadia 7th/8th Grade Boys (one team only)

North Baltimore vs Arcadia – 1/14/19

7th & 8th Grade Boys (1 team only)

North Baltimore – 37
Arcadia – 31

scoring:
Chase Woodruff – 16
Owen Clark – 4
Andre Johnson – 4
Gaige Dewitt – 10
Tyler Williams – 1
Rowan Tacket-Spangenberg – 2

Upcoming JH Games
Wed 1/23 Van Buren (home), 5pm
Mon 1/28 @ Liberty-Benton, 5pm
Wed 2/6 Hopewell-Loudon (home), 5pm

Jr. High Girls Hoops vs Arcadia

Lady Tiger JH Basketball vs. Arcadia in The Jungle

North Baltimore Junior High Girls Basketball hosted the Arcadia Red Skins in The Jungle last week.

Fotos by Ferg (https://scottferguson.zenfolio.com/)

Tiger Boys Fotos vs. P – H for Homecoming

Winter Homecoming game in The Jungle

Fotos by Ferg (https://scottferguson.zenfolio.com/)

The Tiger Boys battled with the Patriots from Patrick Henry in the Winter Homecoming game in The Jungle.
 
NB came up short here is that story Tigers BBK vs PH 2019
 

1) Alex Snyder playing defense 2) Levi Gazarek with a jumper 3) Clayton Heineman hits the off balance lay up 1) Gunner Kepling with a runner in the lane 2) Hunter Baker fires from deep 3) Hunter Volgelson saves the ball from going out

Light to Sign with Tiffin U.

NB’s Alivia Light to sign Letter of Intent with Lady Dragons of Tiffin University.


by JP Miklovic

North Baltimore High School senior Alivia Light will be signing her National Letter of Intent to continue her basketball career with the Lady Dragons at Tiffin University.

Alivia’s parents Butch and Kelly Light invite Tiger fans to help celebrate her commitment signing that is being held at 10:30 am Saturday, Jan. 19 prior to the Lady Tiger’s HOME game with Patrick Henry in The Jungle (JV tip-off is noon ).

The signing will be in the Auditeria, which is up that hall by the weight room.

Tiffin University Lady Dragon Basketball is a member of Division II of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). They are a full member of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference.

NBHS “A” Honor Roll 2nd Q

NB “A” Honor roll 2nd Quarter 2018-2019


North Baltimore Middle/High School All A Honor roll 2nd Quarter 2018-2019

Grade 12

Britney Biller

Kiley Brooker

Jordan Bucher

Stephen Cole

Brendan Cotterman

Rachel Crouse

Olivia Hyatt

Sierrah Johnson

Allison Kepling

Grace Lennard

Alivia Light

Hannah Lord

Brandon McDonald

Danielle McPherson

Cristina Morales

Tyler Schwartz

Dalton Teaford

Hailey Watson

Grade 11

Katie Dewulf

Abigail Empcke

Meg Empcke

Brayden Holloway

Chloe Lanning

Leah Lea

Wyatt Mowery

Abigail North

Simone Thompson

Skyler Vogelsong

Grade 10

Mikayla Buchanan

Austin Gibson

Diego Rodrigo Aguilar

Grace Stanfield

Meghan Thompson

Zachary Weinandy

Grade 9

Meredith Buchanan

Emma Cotterman

Jashawn Davis

Caeli Empcke

Grace Hagemyer

Halie Inbody

Cassadie Jacobs

Laura Keegan

Gunner Kepling

Grace Knitz

Olivia Matthes

Lauren Neipp

Isabel Rhinehart

Dominic Sheeks

Lucy Trout

Madison Westgate

Grade 8

Hope Carico

Alex Davis

Owen Johnson

Breanna Kreais

Grade 7

Owen Clark

Colin Coykendall

Jordan Jones

Rowan Tackett-Spangenberg

Jesse Vanlerberg

“A – B” Honor Roll

NB Middle/High School A-B Honor Roll 2nd Quarter 2018-2019


North Baltimore Middle/High School A-B Honor Roll

2nd Quarter 2018-2019

Grade 12

Alexis Bear

Kennedy Bretz

Isabella Buchanan

Garrett Byrd

Santos Canales

Zion Cook

Jayde Frazier

Hannah Main

Bryant Matthes

Lanie McCartney

Atlanta Norman

Alex Snyder

Joslynn Sterling

Maddison Swartz

Emily Swope

Lilly Westgate

Zachary Williams

Grade11

Zoey Beaupry

Cheyenne Briner

Hadin Clark

Cody Fisher

Madelyn Gerdeman

Gabriel Greco

Hannah Hopple

Alysia Horner

Alexandria Hosley

Zeth Johnson

Trystin Miklovic-Inbody

Ashton Neiling

Kaitlynn Neer

Sydnee Smith

Hope Stanfield

Hunter Vogelsong

Grade 10

Malachi Combs

Shalynne Guzman

Aiden Hancock

Kaylee Hosler

Jordan Kimmel

Nick Morales

Rylee Ramsey

Myra Stewart

Hannah Swartz

Grade 9

Brock Baltz

Mitchell Clark

Gabby Estrada

Kaitlynn Grant

Daltin Oberley

Caiden Phillips

Leia Thomas

Grade 8

Libby Bowen

Autumn Buder

Jordan Coup

Alivia DeLancy

Gage Dewitt

Lydia Feehan

Garrett Goldsberry

Mackenzie Helbling

Yatziri Hernandez

Jaydon Hill

Emme Hopple

Kaitlyn Kelley

Ariana Loera

Garrett Zeigler

Grade 7

Sarah Casey

Joshua Clayton

Joshua Fennell

Alexandra Greeno

Aryona Higley

Jerimiyah Horner

Isabella Jury

Ryleigh Kresse

Zachery Livingson

Toby Lundy

Jada Mathias

Gavin Soltis

Jacob Trout

NBHS Seeks Coaches

North Baltimore Local Schools Coaching Supplemental

North Baltimore Local Schools Coaching Supplementals

  • Jr. High Track Coach
  • HS Assistant Football Positions (HS coaching experience is preferred)
  • Jr High Head Volleyball Coach Positions

Candidates must possess or be able to obtain a valid Pupil Activity Permit from the Ohio Department of Education.

Please send resume and letter of interest to Co-Athletic Director Dan Davis ddavis@nbls.org

DCML Basketball Tourney Starts Sunday

Dick Clark Men’s Basketball League Double Elimination Tourney 1st Round schedule:


DCML tournaments start Sunday, January 20th at The Jungle – North Baltimore High School – Middle School.
 
FREE and open to the public…
 
12:15 –  Gerdeman Insurance vs Mak & Ali’s
 
1:15 – Reineke vs Casey’s Sales 
 
2:15 – Wymer’s ServiceMaster vs Patterson Sanitation 
 
3:15 – Miller’s Insurance vs Hagemyer Trucking 
 
*Double Elimination Tournament*

NWSD “The District” Board Meeting Update – Jan 2019

Serving approximately 19,800 water and sewer customers in Wood, Hancock & Sandusky counties. 


BOWLING GREEN, Ohio, – The Northwestern Water and Sewer District’s Board of Trustees approved officers for 2019 and selected a consulting firm to conduct a District-wide rate study at the Thursday, January 10 Board of Trustees meeting.

Mark Sheffer was reelected to serve as Board Chairman.  This will be his fourth consecutive year as chairman.  Mr. Sheffer resides in Weston and serves as a municipal appointment. His current board term will expire in December 2021.

Steve Arnold was elected to serve as Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees.  Mr. Arnold lives in Bloom Township and serves as a township appointee. His term expires in December 2021.

Melinda Kale was elected to serve as the Secretary of the Board of Trustees.  Kale is a resident of Rudolph, Ohio, and is a township appointee whose term expires in 2020.

The board also adopted a resolution selecting the consulting firm of Raftelis, who have partnered with Greeley and Hansen and Jones & Henry Engineers, LTD., to provide services to conduct a comprehensive rate study.  The study will begin later this month and is scheduled to be completed by late 2019.

The Northwestern Water and Sewer District’s board members are appointed three each by the townships, municipalities, and Wood County Commissioners. They serve approximately 19,800 water and sewer customers in Wood, Hancock & Sandusky counties.

With over $230 million in assets, The District maintains over 440 miles of water distribution pipe, 8 water towers and over 3,800 fire hydrants.  Sewer maintenance includes 355 miles of collection pipe, 12 wastewater treatment facilities and over 5,000 manholes.

NB Schools Increase Safety Alert Communications

NB finding additional ways to bring peace of mind for parents and teachers in its district.

North Baltimore Schools Implement Product to Help Increase School Safety and Communication

January 15, 2019 – As schools across the country grapple with finding ways to keep students and teachers safe during the school day, one Wood county school is committed to finding additional ways to bring peace of mind for parents and teachers in its district.

Superintendent Ryan Delaney of North Baltimore Local Schools is partnering with the DriveMind Group of North Canton, Ohio, a school safety consultant, to implement a new communication product that will help to increase the safe operations of the school district.

The district has implemented the ‘Alertus’ program, available through DriveMind, to help with safety and communications efforts in an emergency. Delaney says the program is making a difference.

Communicating quickly with students, teachers and parents in the time of an emergency is vital. Alertus is an emergency response communication system that ensures everyone can receive critical information, regardless of where they are and what they’re doing, during an emergency. Notifications can be sent through traditional means of phone paging systems, email notification and text messages, but can also include pushing emergency messages to digital signage, desktop computers, PA systems, and fire alarm panels using equipment that the school already owns – something that is not available with many other products on the market.

After reviewing other systems for North Baltimore, Delaney chose Alertus for his district. “We knew it was important to be proactive in our communication approach. Families expect that we will communicate with them quickly in a crisis, and Alertus helps us to do that more effectively. And working with an industry leader, like DriveMind, helps us to implement it seamlessly into our current systems.”

Because school safety is so important, DriveMind has made it a focus of their business. In addition to schoolSAFEid and Alertus, DriveMind Group is also known for its promotion of the Bolo Stick door barricade system, a lockdown device can be deployed under the most stressful of situations, and by anyone at any age. From building safety to curriculum enhancement, DriveMind prides itself on recommending solutions that can empower and protect school leadership, teachers and students.

For more information, visit drivemindgroup.com or call 330.614.7902.