Dick Clark Men’s Basketball League Kicks off the Season

Games at 12:15, 1:15, 2:15, 3:15……………

Here are the results from the first week of the Men’s Basketball League, held at the NBHS gym.

Game #1

Mak & Ali’s Pizza: 36

Leading scorers for Mak & Ali’s Pizza:

Troy Rayle with 13 points and 4 rebounds

Josh Fleckner with 10 points and 3 assists

 

Millers Insurance: 62

Leading scorers for Millers Insurance:

Chase Nichols with 17 points

Brody Naugle with 14 points and 9 rebounds

 

Game #2

Reineke Family Dealership: 63

Leading scorers for Reineke Family:

Chad Wright with 20 points and 14 rebounds

Nick Brossia with 20 points and 12 rebounds

 

Casey’s Sales: 51

Leading scorers for Casey’s Sales:

Sean Watson with 22 points and 20 rebounds

Noah Brian with 12 points and 10 rebounds

 

Game #3

Patterson Sanitation: 62

Leading Scorers for Patterson Sanitation:

Levi Newcomer with 15 points and 4 rebounds

Jacob Frost with 13 points and 5 assists

 

Gerdeman Insurance: 77

Leading scorers for Gerdeman Insurance:

Gage Beaber with 30 points and 3 rebounds

Mike Clark with 16 points and 5 rebounds

 

Game #4

Hagemyer Trucking: 52

Leading scorers for Hagemyer Trucking:

Joey Hagemyer with 25 points and 11 rebounds

Julian Hagemyer with 20 points and 19 rebounds

 

Wymers ServiceMaster: 53

Leading scorers for Wymers ServiceMaster:

Brad Rowlinson with 16 points and 11 rebounds

Brandon Solly with 9 points and 4 assists

 

Records after week 11-11-18:

Mak and Ali’s Pizza: 0-1

Millers Insurance: 1-0

Casey’s Sales: 0-1

Reineke Family Dealership: 1-0

Patterson Sanitation: 0-1

Gerdeman Insurance: 1-0

Hagemyer Trucking: 0-1

Wymers ServiceMaster: 1-0

 

Next week’s schedule for 11-18-18:

12:15- Miller Insurance vs Hagemyer Trucking

1:15- Mak & Ali’s vs Wymers ServiceMaster

2:15- Reineke Family Dealership vs Gerdeman Insurance

3:15- Casey’s Sales vs Patterson Sanitation

submitted by Makayla Light

OHSAA Releases Football Regional Final Pairings

Neutral sites selected to host regional final games Friday and Saturday…………

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released the pairings for the regional finals (third round) of the football playoffs Sunday.

During the first four rounds of the playoffs, all games will kick off at 7 PM. Division I, II, III and VI games are on Fridays. Division IV, V and VII games are on Saturdays.

OHSAA Football Regional Final Pairings

Home team listed first. Pairings include seed and record.

Division I – Games at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16

Region 1

1 Mentor (11-1) vs. 7 Lakewood St. Edward (8-3) at Euclid Community Field

Region 2

4 Powell Olentangy Liberty (8-4) vs. 2 Dublin Coffman (11-1) at New Albany Veterans Field at Eagle Stadium

Region 3

1 Hilliard Davidson (11-1) vs. 6 Pickerington Central (10-2) at Gahanna Lincoln Wilbur C. Strait Field

Region 4

1 Cin. Colerain (12-0) vs. 3 Cin. Elder (8-4) at Mason Dwire Field, Atrium Stadium

Division II – Games at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16

Region 5

1 Akron Archbishop Hoban (12-0) vs. 2 Maple Hts. (12-0) at Twinsburg Tiger Stadium

Region 6

1 Tol. Central Cath. (12-0) vs. 3 Avon (11-1) at Clyde Robert J. Bishop Jr. Stadium

Region 7

1 Massillon Washington (12-0) vs. 3 Wadsworth (12-0) at North Canton Hoover Memorial Stadium

Region 8

1 Cin. Winton Woods (11-1) vs. 7 Cin. Anderson (9-3) at Lakota West Firebird Field

Division III – Games at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16

Region 9

1 Canfield (11-1) vs. 2 Chagrin Falls Kenston (11-1) at Warren G. Harding Mollenkopf Stadium

Region 10

4 Norwalk (9-3) vs. 6 Sandusky (8-4) at First National Bank Field at Bellevue Athletic Facility

Region 11

4 Cols. Eastmoor Academy (11-1) vs. 6 Thornville Sheridan (11-1) at Lancaster Fulton Field

Region 12

1 Kettering Archbishop Alter (11-1) vs. 2 Wapakoneta (11-1) at Piqua Alexander Stadium

Division IV – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17

Region 13

5 Girard (11-1) vs. 3 Hubbard (11-1) at Niles McKinley Bo Rein Stadium

Region 14

1 Bellville Clear Fork (12-0) vs. 2 St. Marys Memorial (11-1) at Bellefontaine AcuSport Stadium

Region 15

1 St. Clairsville (12-0) vs. 7 Newark Licking Valley (9-3) at Zanesville Sulsberger Stadium

Region 16

1 Cin. Wyoming (12-0) vs. 6 London (11-1) at Centerville Stadium

Division V – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17

Region 17

1 Orrville (10-2) vs. 2 Akr. Manchester (9-3) at Canal Fulton Northwest Dr. Martin Smilek Stadium, Jim Schalmo Field

Region 18

1 Genoa Area (12-0) vs. 2 Liberty Center (11-1) at Millbury Lake Community Stadium

Region 19

1 Johnstown-Monroe (11-1) vs. 3 Byesville Meadowbrook (9-3) at Zanesville Maysville Athletic Complex

Region 20

1 Wheelersburg (11-1) vs. 2 Middletown Madison (12-0) at Hilliard Darby Stadium

Division VI – Games at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16

Region 21

1 Mogadore (11-1) vs. 2 Kirtland (12-0) at Aurora Veterans Stadium

Region 22

1 Attica Seneca East (11-1) vs. 7 Sherwood Fairview (9-3) at Findlay Donnell Stadium

Region 23

4 Shadyside (10-2) vs. 2 Beverly Ft. Frye (11-0) at Byesville Meadowbrook Eugene Capers Field

Region 24

1 Coldwater (10-2) vs. 3 Maria Stein Marion Local (11-1) at Sidney Memorial Stadium

Division VII – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17

Region 25

1 Cuyahoga Heights (10-2) vs. 7 Warren John F. Kennedy (7-5) at Macedonia Nordonia Boliantz Stadium

Region 26

5 McComb (11-1) vs. 2 Edgerton (12-0) at Defiance Fred Brown Athletic Complex

Region 27

1 Lucas (10-2) vs. 3 Glouster Trimble (11-1) at Hamilton Township Alumni Stadium

Region 28

1 Fort Loramie (11-1) vs. 2 Convoy Crestview (11-1) at Lima Spartan Stadium

 

NB Men’s Basketball League Opens Next Sunday

Week 1 is this Sunday Nov 11th, with 4 games scheduled……..

Here is the line up of games for opening week of the 2018-2019 season of the North Baltimore Men’s Dick Clark Basketball League.

Week 1 this Sunday Nov 11th:

12:15 Mak & Ali’s vs Miller Insurance
1:15 Reineke vs Casey’s Sales
2:15 Patterson vs Gerdeman Insurance
3:15 ServiceMaster vs Hagemyer Trucking

All games are played at the NBHS Gym.

OHSAA Releases Football Second Round Playoff Pairings

Neutral sites selected to host regional semifinal games Friday and Saturday……

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released the pairings for the regional semifinals (second round) of the football playoffs Sunday.

During the first four rounds of the playoffs, all games will kick off at 7 PM. Division I, II, III and VI games will be on Fridays. Division IV, V and VII games will be on Saturdays.

The weekly notes packet is posted at: https://www.ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/2018/2018FBRelease3.pdf

Brackets and more playoff information is posted at: https://ohsaa.org/sports/football

Spectrum is the official television partner of the OHSAA and will televise several football playoff games each weekend. Their coverage is exclusive. Spectrum will announce its weekly playoff game selections by noon Monday.

 The OHSAA Radio Network will broadcast all seven state championship games. OHSAA Radio Network Home: https://www.ohsaa.org/news/radio

Statewide Broadcast List: https://ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/OHSAAFootballRadioListing.pdf

Oct. 29 Associated Press Final State Football Poll: https://www.ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/2018/AP-Poll-8-FINAL.pdf

State Championships All-Session Tickets and Parking Passes: https://bit.ly/2p9DHuZ

OHSAA Regional Semifinal Playoff Pairings

Home team listed first. Pairings include seed and record.

Division I – Games at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9

Region 1

1 Mentor (10-1) vs. 5 Canton McKinley (9-2) at Brunswick Auto Mart Stadium

7 Lakewood St. Edward (7-3) vs. 3 Euclid (9-2) at Parma Byers Field

Region 2

1 Reynoldsburg (10-1) vs. 4 Powell Olentangy Liberty (7-4) at Cols. St. Francis DeSales Alumni Stadium

2 Dublin Coffman (10-1) vs. 3 Tol. Whitmer (9-2) at Marion Harding Ohio Health Field at Harding Stadium

Region 3

1 Hilliard Davidson (10-1) vs. 4 Springfield (9-2) at London Bowlus Field

2 Clayton Northmont (10-1) vs. 6 Pickerington Central (9-2) at Springfield Evans Stadium

Region 4

1 Cin. Colerain (11-0) vs. 4 Milford (9-2) at Cin. St. Xavier Ballaban Field

7 Liberty Twp. Lakota East (8-3) vs. 3 Cin. Elder (7-4) at Mason Dwire Field, Atrium Stadium

Division II – Games at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9

Region 5

1 Akr. Archbishop Hoban (11-0) vs. 5 Garfield Hts. (11-0) at Hudson Memorial Stadium

2 Maple Heights (11-0) vs. 6 Painesville Riverside (9-2) at Mayfield Wildcat Stadium

Region 6

1 Tol. Central Catholic (11-0) vs. 4 Avon Lake (10-1) at Sandusky Perkins Firelands Regional Medical Center Stadium

2 Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (11-0) vs. 3 Avon (10-1) at Clyde Robert J. Bishop Jr. Stadium

Region 7

1 Massillon Washington (11-0) vs. 5 Whitehall-Yearling (10-1) at Mansfield Arlin Stadium

7 Dresden Tri-Valley (10-1) vs. 3 Wadsworth (11-0) at Dover Crater Stadium

Region 8

1 Cin. Winton Woods (10-1) vs. 5 Morrow Little Miami (9-2) at Hamilton Virgil M. Schwarm Stadium

7 Cin. Anderson (8-3) vs. 3 Troy (10-1) at Miamisburg Holland Field

Division III – Games at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9

Region 9

1 Canfield (10-1) vs. 5 Akron East (9-2) at Ravenna Gilcrest Field at Portage Community Bank Stadium

2 Chagrin Falls Kenston (10-1) vs. 3 Medina Buckeye (10-1) at Bedford Bearcat Stadium

Region 10

8 Rocky River (7-4) vs. 4 Norwalk (8-3) at North Ridgeville Ranger Stadium

7 Lexington (7-4) vs. 6 Sandusky (7-4) at Willard Stadium

Region 11

1 Cols. Bishop Hartley (9-2) vs. 4 Cols. Eastmoor Academy (10-1) at Hamilton Township Alumni Stadium

2 Granville (10-1) vs. 6 Thornville Sheridan (10-1) at Newark Paul “Hoss” Starr Stadium at White Field

Region 12

1 Kettering Archbishop Alter (10-1) vs. 5 Hamilton Badin (8-3) at Middletown Barnitz Stadium

2 Wapakoneta (10-1) vs. 3 Middletown Bishop Fenwick (9-2) at Piqua Alexander Stadium

Division IV – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10

Region 13

1 Perry (10-1) vs. 5 Girard (10-1) at Ashtabula Lakeside Field

2 Steubenville (10-1) vs. 3 Hubbard (10-1) at Youngstown Boardman Spartan Stadium

Region 14

1 Bellville Clear Fork (11-0) vs. 4 Lorain Clearview (10-1) at Wooster Follis Field

2 St. Marys Memorial (10-1) vs. 3 Van Wert (9-2) at Lima Spartan Stadium

Region 15

1 St. Clairsville (11-0) vs. 4 Bloom-Carroll (9-2) at Zanesville Sulsberger Stadium

7 Newark Licking Valley (8-3) vs. 3 Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (10-1) at Duncan Falls Philo Sam Hatfield Stadium

Region 16

1 Cin. Wyoming (11-0) vs. 4 Cin. Indian Hill (9-2) at Lakota West Firebird Field

2 Clarksville Clinton-Massie (10-1) vs. 6 London (10-1) at Washington C.H. Miami Trace Stadium

Division V – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10

Region 17

1 Orrville (9-2) vs. 4 Gates Mills Gilmour Academy (11-0) at Twinsburg Tiger Stadium

2 Akron Manchester (8-3) vs. 3 Leavittsburg Labrae (10-1) at Louisville Leopard Stadium

Region 18

1 Genoa Area (11-0) vs. 4 Elyria Catholic (9-2) at First National Bank Field at Bellevue Athletic Facility

2 Liberty Center (10-1) vs. 3 Oak Harbor (10-1) at Millbury Lake Community Stadium

Region 19

1 Johnstown-Monroe (10-1) vs. 5 Bellaire (8-3) at Zanesville Maysville Athletic Complex

2 West Lafayette Ridgewood (10-1) vs. 3 Byesville Meadowbrook (8-3) at New Philadelphia Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium

Region 20

1 Wheelersburg (10-1) vs. 5 Jamestown Greeneview (10-1) at Chillicothe Herrnstein Field

2 Middletown Madison (11-0) vs. 6 Cin. Hills Christian Academy (8-2) at Liberty Twp. Lakota East Stadium

Division VI – Games at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9

Region 21

1 Mogadore (10-1) vs. 5 McDonald (11-0) at Aurora Veterans Stadium

2 Kirtland (11-0) vs. 3 Creston Norwayne (10-1) at Strongsville Pat Catan Stadium

Region 22

1 Attica Seneca East (10-1) vs. 4 Columbus Grove (8-3) at Tiffin Frost-Kalnow Stadium

7 Sherwood Fairview (8-3) vs. 3 Jeromesville Hillsdale (9-2) at Findlay Donnell Stadium

Region 23

1 Bainbridge Paint Valley (11-0) vs. 4 Shadyside (9-2) at Zanesville Sulsberger Stadium

2 Beverly Ft. Frye (10-0) vs. 3 Galion Northmor (10-1) at Pataskala Watkins Memorial Ascena Field

Region 24

1 Coldwater (9-2) vs. 5 St. Henry (9-2) at Sidney Memorial Stadium

2 Lima Central Catholic (9-1) vs. 3 Maria Stein Marion Local (10-1) at Wapakoneta Harmon Field

Division VII – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10

Region 25

1 Cuyahoga Heights (9-2) vs. 4 East Canton (8-3) at Hudson Memorial Stadium

7 Warren John F. Kennedy (6-5) vs. 3 Ashland Mapleton (8-3) at Canton Central Catholic Lowell Klinefelter Stadium

Region 26

8 Leipsic (10-1) vs. 5 McComb (10-1) at Findlay Donnell Stadium

2 Edgerton (11-0) vs. 6 Pandora-Gilboa (11-0) at Defiance Fred Brown Athletic Complex

Region 27

1 Lucas (9-2) vs. 4 Waterford (9-2) at Coshocton Stewart Field

2 Canal Winchester Harvest Prep (10-0) vs. 3 Glouster Trimble (10-1) at Logan Chieftain Stadium

Region 28

1 Fort Loramie (10-1) vs. 5 Sidney Lehman Catholic (8-3) at Piqua Alexander Stadium

2 Convoy Crestview (10-1) vs. 3 Minster (8-3) at Wapakoneta Harmon Field

 

More on Neutral Sites

Neutral sites are selected by the OHSAA. There are many factors that go into determining playoff sites, such as quality of field surface, seating capacity, quality of lighting, size of locker rooms and distance from field, press box size, parking, and a separate locker room for officials. After all those factors are taken into consideration, it must be confirmed that the site is available and willing to host a playoff game on the date needed. The OHSAA cannot mandate that a specific site be available and it is rare to have an available site exactly halfway between the two competing schools. Host sites keep revenue from concession stands and parking and they also receive a predetermined rental fee from the OHSAA, which covers game expenses.

First-Round Playoff Results by Seed

Higher seeds (home teams) went 82-30 in the first round of the playoffs last week. No. 1 seeds went 26-2, No. 2 seeds went 20-8, No. 3 seeds went 21-7 and No. 4 seeds went 15-13. The two No. 8 seeds to win at No. 1 seeds included Division III, Region 10, Rocky River (defeated Clyde 27-17) and Division VII, Region 26, Leipsic (defeated Sycamore Mohawk 40-14). In both of those regions, only one higher seed/home team won in the first round.

First Round Success

Three schools continued their amazing success rate in the first round of the playoffs. St. Henry has been in the playoffs 17 times and is now 17-0 in first-round playoff games. Cincinnati Colerain is now 20-0 in the first round, although one of its first-round games (1995) was later forfeited. Also of note, since 1998, Coldwater is 21-0 in the first-round of the playoffs (22-2 all-time in the first round).

Familiar Territory

The closest geographical proximity for two teams playing in the regional semis is between Columbus Bishop Hartley and Columbus Eastmoor Academy in Div. III, Region 11. Those two schools are less than two miles apart. There are three other games in which the opponents are less than 10 miles apart, including Coldwater vs. St. Henry (5 miles, Div. VI, Region 24), Leipsic vs. McComb (11 miles, Div. VII, Region 26) and Fort Loramie vs. Sidney Lehman Catholic (11 miles, Div. VII, Region 28).

Proving the Pollsters

All 70 teams that were ranked in the Final Associated Press state poll qualified for the playoffs and they went 59-11 in the first round of the playoffs. Of note, In Division VII, Leipsic knocked off AP No. 1 Sycamore Mohawk, 40-14, in Region 26. In Division III, Thornville Sheridan defeated AP No. 2 Bellbrook, 27-19, in Region 10.

In 2017, all 70 teams ranked in the AP Top 10 made the playoffs and 35 of them reached the regional finals. Three poll champs in 2017 also won state titles on the field, including Trotwood-Madison (Div. III), Steubenville (Div. IV) and Maria Stein Marion Local (Div. VI). Also in 2016, two unranked teams reached the state finals, including Dresden Tri-Valley (Div. III, lost to Trotwood) and Minster (Div. VII, defeated Cuyahoga Heights).

Noting the Undefeated and the .500

Only 24 teams across Ohio went undefeated during the regular-season, which is the second-fewest in the playoff era (since 1972 – only 22 teams went undefeated in 2015). Last weekend in the first-round, 20 of those undefeated teams won.

There are two matchups in the regional semifinals that include undefeated teams squaring off. In Region 5, No. 1 Akron Archbishop Hoban (11-0) takes on No. 5 Garfield Heights (11-0), while in Region 26, No. 2 Edgerton (11-0) will play No. 6 Pandora-Gilboa (11-0).

Last week, three undefeated teams played their regional quarterfinal game on the road, including Garfield Heights (Div. II, 5 seed in Region 5), McDonald (Div. VI, 5 seed in Region 21) and Pandora Gilboa (Div. VII, 6 seed in Region 26).

Also of note, a record 11 teams with 5-5 records qualified for the playoffs this year. Only one of those 5-5 teams, Warren John F. Kennedy in Division VII, won their regional quarterfinal game.

 

 

BVC Football Final Stats & Standings 2018

Here are the final Blanchard Valley Conference stats for the 2018 Football season. The Pandora – Gilboa Rockets are the unbeaten champs – CONGRATS!

Here are the final Blanchard Valley Conference stats for the 2018 Football season. The Pandora – Gilboa Rockets are the unbeaten champs – CONGRATS!

No report from North Baltimore.

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NBHS Football 2018 Awards

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Tiger Football.

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Tiger Football.

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Fotos by Ferg

Football – Brayden Holloway, Zach Weinandy, Levi Gazarek, Alex Snyder, Bryant Matthes, Brandan Cotterman, Harley Cole and Darrian Zitzelberger

1st Year Varsity

Isaiah Boyd
Mitch Clark
Santos Canales
Charles Grilliot
Logan Gunter
Johnnie Hernandez
Chris Jackman
Blayne Keller
Logan Keller
Gunner Kepling
Evan Martin
Caiden Phillips
Timmothy Simon
Jeremiah Suman
Levi Trout
Zach Williams
Brendan Woodward
Darrian Zitzelberger
2nd Year Varsity
Brandon Biller
Brendan Cotterman
Jacob Crawford
Brayden Holloway
Bryant Matthes
Zach Weinandy
3rd Year Varsity
Harley Cole
Levi Gazarek
Clayton Heineman
4th Year Varsity
Alex Snyder
Most Improved – Levi Gazarek
Tiger Award – Bryant Matthes
Iron Man – Harley Cole & Zach Weinandy
Scout Team Player of the  Year – Darrian Zitzelberger
Captain Award – Harley Cole, Alex Snyder, Levi Gazarek, Brayden Holloway
BVC 3rd Team – Levi Gazarek, Clayton Heineman, Zach Weinandy
BVC All-Academic – Harley Cole, Brendan Cotterman

compiled by Suzanne Bucher

NBHS Volleyball 2018 Awards

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Lady Tiger Volleyball.

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Lady Tiger Volleyball.

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Volleyball – Mia McCartney, Leah Lee, Grace Hagemyer, Allison Kepling, Grace Lennard and Grace Stanfield; Not Pictured: Hailey Watson

1st Year Varsity

Maddy Gerdeman
Grace Hagemyer
Olivia Hyatt
Hailey Inbody
Leah Lee
Alli McPherson
Simone Thompson
2nd Year Varsity
Hannah Lord
Mia McCartney
Hailey Watson
3rd Year Varsity
Allison Kepling
Striving Award – Grace Stanfield
Outstanding Performance –  Mia McCartney
Offensive Award – Allison Kepling
Defensive Award – Grace Hagemyer
Captain Award – Hailey Watson, Leah Lee, Allison
BVC Honorable Mention – Leah Lee, Grace Hagemyer
BVC All-Academic – Allison Kepling, Hailey Watson, Grace Lennard, Olivia Hyatt
1st Year JV
Meredith Buchanan
Malachi Combs
Grace Lennard
Hailey Lennard
Grace Stanfield
Myra Stewart
Leia Thomas
2nd Year JV
Isabella Buchanan
Chloe Hopple
Kealeigh Leady
Skyler Vogelsong
Freshmen
Emma Cotterman
Gabby Estrada
Kaitlynn Grant
Laura Keegan
Rylee Ramsey

compiled by Suzanne Bucher

NBHS Golf 2018 – Boys & Girls Teams

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Tiger Golf.

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Tiger Golf.

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Golf – Olivia Matthes, Jordan Baker, Lilly Westgate, Jordan Bucher, Ellias Burleson, Hunter Vogelson and Jaden Bucher; Not Pictured: Hunter Vogelsong

GIRLS’ GOLF

1st Year Varsity Girls
Jordan Baker
Zoey Beaupry
Lexi Long
Olivia Matthes
Meghan Thompson
3rd Year Varsity Girls
Lilly Westgate
4th Year Varsity Girls
Jordan Bucher
Captain Award – Jordan Bucher & Lilly Westgate
MVP – Jordan Bucher
Most Improved – Jordan Baker
Tiger Spirit – Olivia Matthes
Lowest Round – Jordan Bucher (42)
BOYS’ GOLF
1st Year Varsity Boys
Malaki Peyton-Hobbs
2nd Year Varsity Boys
Hunter Baker
Hunter Vogelsong
3rd Year Varsity Boys
Jaden Bucher
Ellias Burleson
Captain Award – Ellias Burleson, Jaden Bucher, Hunter Baker
MVP – Jaden Bucher & Hunter Baker
Most Improved – Hunter Vogelsong
Tiger Spirit – Ellias Burleson
Lowest Round – Hunter Baker (39)
BVC 2nd Team – Jaden Bucher
BVC Honorable Mention – Hunter Baker
BVC All-Academic – Jordan Bucher, Lilly Westgate
NW All-District Honorable Mention
Jordan Bucher
Lilly Westgate
Jaden Bucher
Hunter Baker
compiled by Suzanne Bucher

NBHS Fall 2018 Senior Night Bios

The North Baltimore High School Fall Seniors were honored under the Friday night lights at NB’s War Memorial Field.

Thank you to all the seniors and their families! Best of luck to all with their future plans!

Rachel Crouse – Rachel is the daughter of Barb and Ray Crouse.  Rachel is a 4 yr varsity Cross Country letterman and serves as a team captain this year.  Rachel is also a member, squad leader and section leader in the tiger marching band.  Rachel also participates in track and is a member of Paws for a Cause, Tri-M, and National Honor Society.  In her free time Rachel enjoys spending time with her friends, Mali, Brendan, and Wyatt.  Rachel would like to thank her family “for always supporting me in everything I do.”  After graduation Rachel plans to attend college but is undecided as to her major.

Zion Cook – Zion is the Grandson of Pam and Bill Cook.  Zion is a second year varsity cross country member.  Zion also participates in track and works at Beer Barrel Pizza.  Zion would like to thank Mr. Endicott for ”getting me through High School”.  After graduation Zion plans to attend BGSU he is undecided as to his major.

Jordan Bucher – Jordan is the daughter of Suzanne and Bill Bucher.  Jordan is a 2nd year varsity cheerleader and cheer co-captain, a 4th year varsity golf letterman and a 3 year district golf team qualifier.  Jordan also participates in Track and is a member of Paws for a Cause, Student Council, National Honor Society and International club.  Jordan’s favorite memory is making it to districts for golf all 4 years.  Jordan would like to thank her Dad” for pushing me to become better even when I didn’t want to.”  After a graduation Jordan would plans to pursue a career in nursing.

Elias Burleson – Elias is the son of Rachel and Chad Burleson.  Elias favorite memory is of all the relationships he was able to form on the golf course.  Elias would like to thank Coach Bill Bucher and Kathi Bucher for “coming back each year to coach me and my team mates”.

Lilly Westgate – Lilly is the daughter of Laura and Jason Westgate.  Lilly is Co-Captain of the girls golf team and also Serves as Drum major for the tiger marching band.  Lilly is vice president of National Honor Society, President of student Council, President of her 4H Club, Tri –M president and a member of Paws for a cause, Junior Fair Board and is a Sr. Fair board representative.  Lilly’s favorite memories are the “I HAVE A MANGO” cheer that the band does in the stands at every game and of course the mandatory Ice Cream Stops after each golf match.  She would like to thank her mom and dad “for being there for Maddy and I and loving us constantly”.  And her Cotter-gate-ler family for always being there, being the best family ever and for always getting the best pictures”.  After graduation Lilly plans to attend either BGSU or owens to persue a career in either education or the medical field. 

Brittney Biller  – Brittney is the daughter of Renee Blakely and David Biller.  Brittney is a varsity cheerleader.  Brittney also participates in softball and is a member of paws for a cause, national honor society, and art club.  Brittney’s favorite memory is when she forgot to do a toe touch in front of the crowd during a basketball game.  Brittney would like to thank her friends, boyfriend, Hannah Lord, Julie Lord, her family and teachers for all of their support and help, “also to Hannah Main for doing our dance to everytime we touch at games and Hannah Lord for being a great friend and never giving up on me. “

Isabella BuchananIsabella is the daughter of Saundra Buchanan and Chip Freshcorn.  Isabella is a 3rd year member of the cheerleading squad.  Isabella also participates in Volleyball and softball.  Her favorite memory is how her class has come together to become a family.  She would like to thank her parents, teachers, and coaches for “never giving up on me and pushing me to be my best”.  After Graduation Isabella plans to attend Bradford college to study culinary and persue her dream to become a private chef on a cruise ship.

Hannah Main  – Hannah is the daughter of Erica and Chad Main.  Hannah is a first year member of the cheerleading squad.  She is also a member of Paws for a Cause and National Honor Society and enjoys horseback riding.  Hannah’s favorite memory is making up a new dance to the song “Everytime we touch” with Britney Biller just to entertain Coach Kim.  She would like to thank her family, Britney Biller, Hannah and Julie Lord “for always supporting me and cheering me on”.  After graduation Hannah plans to attend the University of Toledo to study nursing. 

Dalton Teaford – Dalton is the son of Stacy Bumpus and Shelly Friel and Forrest Teaford.  Dalton is the percussion squad leader and honorary LL for the tiger marching band.  Dalton’s favorite memories are band camp, learning how to play the shaker and of course being next to Mr. Packs room at Disney.  Dalton would like to thank everyone “who supported me believed in me”.  After Graduation Dalton plans to work at the Toledo Corrections institute as a corrections officer, run for village council and join the police academy at the age of 21. 

Lanie McCartney  – Lanie is the daughter of Kim and Mike Kerwin and Kevin and Bri McCartney.  Lanie is a majorette for the tiger marching band and plays trumpet.  Lanie also participates in Track serves as Tri-M vice president is a member of the Klassy Kids 4H group, pep band and twirls with Kathys classics baton group and is active in her church.  Lanie’s favorite memory will be twirling fire during football games and twirling at the glow show each year.  She would like to give a special thank you to her grandparents “who have always given me their love and support have always been at all of my events and been there when I needed them”.  After graduation Lanie plans on attending the University of Northwestern Ohio.  She is undecided as to her major.

Garrett Byrd – Garrett is the son of Marcy and Jonathon Byrd.  Garrett is a member of the tiger marching band.  Garrett also participates in Quiz Bowl, Paws for a Cause, Jazz band, Drama Club and Improve Club.  Garrett would like to thank Ms. Lauer” for not writing me off as a slacker and helping me not fail myself.”  After graduation Garrett plans to attend Arizona University to study Political Philosophy and obtain his PHD to become a professor.

Bradon Biller  – Brandon is the Son of Renee Blakely and David Biller.  Brandon is a varsity football letterman.  Brandon also participates in wrestling.  Brandons favorite football memory is getting his first win this year.  He would like to thank all of his coaches and teachers “for pushing me hard and allowing me to succeed”.  After graduation Brandon plans to attend college for either electrical engineering or business and join the Marines.

Santos Canales – Santos is the son of Dianna and Benito Canalas.  Santos attends Penta Vocational school where he studies.  Santos also participates in wrestling.  A favorite memory Santos has is going into the locker room on game days while everyone is getting hyped up for the game ahead.  Santos would like to thank Coach Scherdt and coach Walls “ for pushing me and encouraging me to be where I am today”.  After graduation Santos plans to attend business college and start his own business

Harley Cole – Harley is the son of Shelly LaRotonda and Steve and April Cole.  Harley is a 3 year varsity letterman.  Harley is also a member of Paws for a Cause, Student Council, and National Honor Society.  Harley’ favorite would have to be defeating Van Buren 35-7 his Jr. year.  After graduation Harley plans to attend college and major in marketing.

Brendan Cotterman – Brendan is the son of Lori and John Cotterman.  Brendan is a varsity football letterman and 4 year participant.  Brendan also participates in Wrestling and baseball.  Scoring his first touchdown will always be his special memory.  Brendan would like to thank his parents “for teaching me dedication and pushing me to be the best student athlete I can be”.  After graduation Brendan plans to attend college but is undecided as to his major.

Jacob CrawfordJacob is the son of Jessica and Mike Bengela.  Jacob is a 2nd year football letterman.  Jacob also participates in Track.  Jacobs favorite memory is goofing off with coaches during practice.  Jacob would like to thank his parents, grandparents, and girlfriend for “being supportive of my decisions and helping me to do the right thing”.  After graduation Jacob plans to earn a degree in Criminal Justice while continuing his track career at the University of Findlay 

Blayne Keller –Blayne is the son of Jaime and Mark Keller.  Blayne is 3rd year member of the football team.  Bylayne also participates in track.  His favorite memory is going 6-4 last year after not having a winning record in 10 years.  Blayne would like to thank his mom and dad for “being supportive in everything I’ve done.”  After graduation Blayne plans to work on sprint cars and go to tech school.

Bryant Matthes – Bryant is the son of Arica and Matt Matthes.  Bryant is a 2nd year varsity football letterman a captain and 4 year participant.  Bryant is also a member of Student Council and National Honor Society.  Bryant’s favorite football memories are playing with his brother Hank his freshman year and defeating Van Buren his junior year.  Bryant would like to thank his parents and grandparents “for always being there and supporting me.”  After graduation Bryant plans to continue his agriculture career with his great grandpa Kidd and Jim Carter.

Alex Snyder – Alex is the son of Lori and John Snyder.  Alex is a 4 yr varsity football letterman and a team captain.  Alex also participates in baseball.  Alex enjoys fishing and playing football at Donell with Logan and Hunter. He also enjoys spending time with Brenden, Logan and his girlfriend Mallorie.  His favorite football memories are when Zach went to practice in his underwear and Hanging with his team and coaches every day after school.  Alex would like to thank his family, coaches, friends and Tyler Schwartz “ for supporting me and creating memories and bonds that will last a lifetime. “Love you TSWIZZ”.  After graduation Alex plans to college to either become a wildlife officer or a physical education teacher.

Zach Wiliams –Zach is the son of Kim Peters and Randy Williams.  Zach is second year member of the football team.  In his spare time Zach enjoys spending time with his friends, family and girlfriend Grace.  Zach’s favorite memory is of the practice when it was raining outside and the team did their Oklahoma drill in the rain and everyone was laughing and having fun.  Zach would like to thank his mom and dad for “everything they do for me”.  After graduation Zach plans to attend college to persue a career in law enforcement.

Photo Gallery: Tiger Football

Final game of the football season for 2018….

Here are a few photos from the cold, rainy NB vs VB game last Friday. It was the final game of the season. Van Buren won 73-14

Fotos by Ferg (Scott Ferguson)

The seniors lead the way onto the field one last time
Harley Cole puts pressure on the Van Buren quarterback
Clayton Heinemen runs with the kick off
Levi Gazarek reaches across the goal line for a touchdown

Editor’s Note: A huge THANK YOU to Scott Ferguson (Fotos by Ferg) for ALL the sports related pictures he has provided during the Fall season.

 

 

 
 
 

OHSAA Football Final Computer Ratings – Oct. 28, 2018

The Blanchard Valley Conference was well represented in Final OHSAA Regional Football polls including…

The Blanchard Valley Conference was well represented in Final OHSAA Regional Football polls including McComb, Pandora-Gilboa, Leipsic, Arlington and Riverdale.

Area small school OHSAA playoff brackets in a separate post:  LINK COMING

OHSAA Football Final Computer Ratings – Oct. 28, 2018

Top eight schools from each region in the final report Oct. 28 will qualify for the playoffs. 

The top 12 schools in each region are listed below by division and region with record and average points. The football page at OHSAA.org includes an explanation of how the ratings are calculated. The top eight teams in each region qualify for the playoffs.

Division VII – Region 26 – 1. Sycamore Mohawk (10-0) 24, 2. Edgerton (10-0) 21.4, 3. Tiffin Calvert (9-1) 19.55, 4. Hamler Patrick Henry (7-3) 19.1, 5. McComb (9-1) 19.1, 6. Pandora-Gilboa (10-0) 18.85, 7. Norwalk St. Paul (9-1) 18.05, 8. Leipsic (9-1) 15.6, 9. Greenwich South Central (7-3) 11.15, 10. Antwerp (6-4) 10.5, 11. Arlington (7-3) 10.25, 12. Edon (7-3) 9.6

Region 28 – 1. Fort Loramie (9-1) 23.65, 2. Convoy Crestview (9-1) 17.1, 3. Minster (7-3) 15.35, 4. Ansonia (8-2) 13.9, 5. Sidney Lehman Cath. (7-3) 13.05, 6. DeGraff Riverside (6-4) 11.35, 7. Cin. Miami Valley Christian Acad. (7-2) 10.6111, 8. Hamilton New Miami (6-4) 9.5043, 9. New Bremen (6-4) 8.5, 10. Waynesfield Waynesfield-Goshen (5-5) 7.7704, 11. Dola Hardin Northern (4-6) 6.5, 12. Mt. Blanchard Riverdale (5-5) 5.25

Black Knights Dominate Tigers in Football

North Baltimore Football traveled down to Van Buren for the annual rivalry football game with the Black Knights.

North Baltimore Football traveled down to Van Buren for the annual rivalry football game with the Black Knights.

VB raced out to the lead 24 – 0 after the 1st quarter. The Tigers scored twice in the 2nd quarter to trail at the half 52 – 14. The final score was 73 – 14.

NB finishes the year at 1 – 10, 1 – 7 in the BVC. Van Buren finishes the year 5 – 5, 4 – 4 in the BVC.