Tiger Volleyballers Hit the Road to Liberty-Benton

On Wednesday, September 19th….

The Lady Tigers Volleyballers traveled to Liberty-Benton for a match on Wednesday, September 19th.

The Eagles were able to get past the Tigers for the win, in just 3 games: 25-8; 25-12; 25-14

Leaders for NB:

Allison Kepling-9 serves, 2 aces, 3 assists
Mia McCartney-7 serves, 0 errors, 8 digs
Hannah Lord- 10 digs, 2 serves, 0 errors
Grace Hagemyer- 11 attacks, 1 kill, 1 block
Leah Lee- 12 attacks, 1 kill
Simone Thompson -7 attacks, 2 kills, 1 assist
Hailey Inbody-1 block assist, 2 attacks
Hailey Watson-1 block assist, 2 attacks, 1 kill

In JV action, it was LB for the win—25-5; 25-8

The Freshman team  came up short-25-10; 25-12

Tiger Girls Win Another Match

Ladies defeat Patrick Henry at Birch Run….

Girls’ Varsity Golf – NB vs Patrick Henry

9/14/18 @ Birch Run Golf Course

1st – N Baltimore 213

2nd – Patrick Henry 243

NB Scores: Jordan Bucher 43, Lilly Westgate 49, Jordan Baker 58, Lexi Long 63

Olivia Matthes 64, Meghan Thompson 65

Medalist: Jordan Bucher (NB) 43

The Tigers improved to 6-3

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Jordan Bucher strokes her last ball of the season in a home match.The Senior golfer was Medalist with a 43.

Submitted by Suzanne Bucher

Girls Golf Results

On September 11, the Lady Tigers tied Bluffton at Birch Run Golf Course. On 9/12 they beat Hopewell-Loudon….

Last week the girls Golf team tied Bluffton:

Medalist was Alivia Koenig of Bluffton

Girls’ Varsity Golf – NB vs Hopewell-Loudon

9/12/18 @ Birch Run Golf Course

1st – N Baltimore 204

2nd – Hopewell-Loudon 219

NB Scores: Lilly Westgate 46, Jordan Baker 47, Jordan Bucher 53, Lexi Long 58 Olivia Matthes 76

Medalist: Kiley Cline (HL) 44

Upcoming NB Girls Golf Matches:

Thur 9/13 vs Patrick Henry @ Birch Run, 4:30

Tue 9/18 vs Hopewell-Loudon @ Fostoria CC, 4:00

Sat 9/22 Sycamore Springs Invitational, 9am

Tiger Boys Golf Results

On September 11th–vs. Carey and Seneca East…

Boys’ Varsity Golf Results vs Carey & Seneca East

9/11/18 @ Bob’s Countryside Golf Course, Carey, Ohio

1st – Carey 174

2nd – Seneca East 189

3rd – N Baltimore 191

NB Scores: Jaden Bucher 40, Hunter Baker 46, Ellias Burleson 49,

Malaki Peyton-Hobbs 56

Medalist: McKain Miller (Carey) 40


Cross Country Tigers Run at Riverdale

Two top 10 runners last Thursday for the Tigers…

NB Cross Country Results 9/13/18 @ Riverdale Invitational

Caitlin Schwartz finished 5th for the girls with a time of 22:36, also finishing with PR’s Rachel Crouse (25:23), Sydnee Smith (25:51), Rhiannon Powell (30:00), Lucy Trout (30:29).

Levi Trout finished 8th for the boys with a time of 18:44, also finishing with PR’s Jaden Bucher (20:06), Zion Cook (20:50), Jaiden Baldwin (21:43), Gabe Gazarek (21:50), Alex Trout (24:48)

Zach Livingston finished with a PR for the Jr High with a 16:20.

High School Boys CC Results

NB finished 7th out of 11 full teams

HS Boys Times – 5K, 3.1 miles

119 Total Runners

8th – Levi Trout, 18:44

25th  – Wyatt Mowery, 19:48

37th – Jaden Bucher, 20:06(PR)

53rd – Zion Cook, 20:50(PR)

63rd – Jaiden Baldwin, 21:43 (PR)

65th – Gabe Gazarek, 21:50 (PR)

80th – Darrian Zitzelberg, 22:49

98th – Alex Trout, 24:48 (PR)

110th – Jordan Kimmel, 26:57

High School Girls CC Results

NB finished 4th out of 6 full teams

HS Girls Times – 5K, 3.1 miles

57 Total Runners

5th – Caitlin Schwartz, 22:36

18th – Rachel Crouse, 25:23 (PR)

19th – Sydnee Smith, 25:51 (PR)

23rd – Lydia Hartman, 26:07

38th – Rhiannon Powell, 30:00 (PR)

41st – Lucy Trout, 30:29 (PR)

Jr High Boys CC Results

NB – not a full team

Jr High Boys Times – 2 miles

62 Total Runners

42nd – Zach Livingston, 16:20 (PR)

52nd – Jordan Coup, 17:46

Jr High Girls CC Results

NB – not a full team

Jr High Girls Times – 2 miles

45 Total Runners

18th – Alivia Delancy, 16:08

from Coach Bradlee Rowlinson and Suzanne Bucher

Fighting Tiger Marching Band 2018


The North Baltimore High School Marching Band 2018

First Row: Abagail Buchanan, Jordan Coup, Mason Byrd, Dalton Teaford, Hunter Vogelsong, Grace Hagemyer, Dom Carlton, Casey Mowery, Conner Bowling
Second Row: Hope Carico, Laura Keegan, Skyler Vogelsong, Zoey Beaupry, Olivia Matthes, Lucy Trout, Lanie McCartney, Mackenzie Helbling, Rhiannon Powell, Kalyeah Powell, Alivia DeLancy, Lauren Neipp
Third Row: Marissa Betz, Meredith Buchanan, Mia McCartney, Meghan Thompson, Maddy Westgate, Meg Empcke, Lilly Westgate, Abby Empcke, Rachel Crouse, Mountain Carney, Libbie Bowen
Fourth Row: Emma Cotterman, Mali Combs, Alex Davis, Garrett Ziegler, Breanna Kreais, Sophia Makaravage, Tyler Bowen, Alex Trout, Halie Inbody, Caeli Empcke
Fifth Row: Garrett Byrd, Wyatt Mowery, Mr. Ben Pack, Jordan Kimmel, Brendan Hutchins

Not Pictured: Zach Weinandy, Logan Gunter, Isabel Rhinehart, Aaneqa Williams, Destriana Decker

Under the direction of Mr. Ben Pack

Boys Golf Results From Last Week

vs, Ayersville and Ottoville…………..

Boys’ Varsity Golf Results vs Ayersville & Ottoville

From 9/6/18 @ Country Acres Golf Course, Kalida, Ohio

1st – Ottoville 175

2nd – Ayersville 180

3rd – N Baltimore 212

NB Scores: Jaden Bucher 47, Hunter Vogelsong 51, Hunter Baker 54,

Malaki Peyton-Hobbs 60

Medalists: Lukas Calhoun (Aye) 41

NB Boys’ Record: 3-7, BVC 2-4

Submitted by Suzanne Bucher

(Editor’s note: Sorry for the delay in posting these results)

Ohio Arts Education Data Project Launches

A screenshot of the Ohio Arts Education Data Dashboard. The dashboard was launched by a partnership of the Ohio Arts Council, Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, Ohio Department of Education, and New Jersey-based research firm Quadrant Research.

  • An online database showing arts education access and enrollment in Ohio schools has launched, announced by a partnership of the Ohio Arts Council (OAC), Ohio Alliance for Arts Education (OAAE), Ohio Department of Education, and New Jersey-based research firm Quadrant Research.
  • Since 1989, the three Ohio statewide agencies have worked together periodically to gather data and report on the status of arts education in Ohio’s schools.
  • Now more comprehensive information is available through advanced technologies, and arts education data from preK-12 schools throughout the state is available online.
  • Users may review school-level, district, county, and statewide data. The interactive, color-coded dashboard displays arts access and enrollment data for Ohio’s preK-12 schools as reported annually via the state’s Education Management Information System (EMIS).
  • Data from ensuing school years will be added annually, allowing the project to show the status of arts education over time.
  • Demographic data is from the National Center for Education Statistics.
“Ohio is proud to be among the first few states in the nation to provide an online arts education data system available to the public. We are grateful for the partnership and hard work of the Ohio Department of Education in this endeavor.”
– Donna S. Collins, Executive Director of the Ohio Arts Council

“With a shared commitment to making Ohio’s arts education data visible and useful to all stakeholders, we will gain a better sense of where we are and where we need to go for Ohio’s students.”
– Tim Katz, Executive Director of the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education


  • The National Arts Education Data Project was originally a partnership between the State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education and Quadrant Research.
  • The nationwide project coordinates with participating state departments of education to collect and report arts education data from State Longitudinal Data Systems and other state department of education data sets on an annual basis.
  • Original funding for the project was generously provided by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, NAMM Foundation, OAC, Educational Theatre Association, and National Association for Music Education.
  • California, North Carolina, New Jersey, Wisconsin, and now Ohio have online arts education dashboards in place.
Click the image above to watch a short demo on how to navigate the dashboard.


It is the mission of the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education (OAAE) to ensure that the arts are an integral part of the education of every Ohioan. A statewide arts education service organization and nationally recognized leader in arts education, OAAE works to include arts learning in Ohio as part of a comprehensive preK-12 curriculum, to utilize the arts to improve student achievement, and to develop strong advocates who can speak about the importance of arts education.
The Ohio Arts Council (OAC) is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically. The OAC provides leadership and voice for the arts to transform people and communities. With funds from the Ohio Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts, the OAC provides various grant funding programs that support artists and make arts activities available to a broad segment of Ohio’s public; and provides services that help to enhance the growth of the arts.

Connect with the OAC on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or visit our website at oac.ohio.gov.


The Ohio Department of Education oversees the state’s public education system, which includes public school districts, joint vocational school districts and charter schools. The Department also monitors educational service centers, other regional education providers, early learning and child care programs, and private schools. The Department is governed by the State Board of Education with administration of the Department the responsibility of the superintendent of public instruction.
Quadrant Research is a national leader in arts education research, analysis, and market intelligence serving the fields of culture, commerce, government and education. The company was founded by Robert Morrison, one of the nation’s leading researchers and advocates in the field of arts education. Mr. Morrison is nationally recognized for his pioneering work in measuring the statewide status and condition of arts education and has served as an advisor to several major arts and arts education organizations. Quadrant Research clients include numerous state agencies, associations, corporations and non-profits.