Attention Tiger Football Fans

Chicken BBQ tickets available in Vanlue for dinner before the NB vs. Vanlue Game Friday…….

Are you planning to travel to the football game next Friday night? Here is an option to grab some food before the game in Vanlue:
This comes from the Vanlue High School principal:
I just wanted to share some information with you about some activities that will be happening on September 27 prior to our football game at Vanlue.  Since it is Vanlue’s homecoming, the PTO is sponsoring a Harlen’s Chicken BBQ.  There will be unsold meals.  I am including the phone number of the PTO leader who is organizing ticket sales if any of your fans are interested.

Tickets can also be secured via the office at 419-387-7724.
Dawn Caudill @ 419-722-6591. Tickets are $10.00, and the meal comes with a chicken, baked potato, applesauce, roll, dessert & drink.

Tiger Football Falls in Thriller at Crestline

The North Baltimore Football Tigers held the lead most of the game, but…

The North Baltimore Football Tigers held the lead most of the game, but lost that lead in the final minute, giving the Crestline Bulldogs a 33 – 28 win.

Crestline is playing the next two season in the Blanchard Valley Conference following Hopewell-Loudon leaving the league after last season. At this time Crestline is only on BVC football schedules (as far as we know).

We’ll have more on the game later…

Blanchard Valley

    • 55
    • 7
    • 34
    • 18
      Van Buren
    • 14
    • 45
    • 29
    • 39
    • 28
    • 22

Volleyball vs. L-B

from 9/18/2019……

by Suzanne Bucher

HS Volleyball Results vs Liberty-Benton 9/18/19

Liberty-Benton defeats N Baltimore 25-5, 25-7, 25-9

Allie McPherson – 2 assists, 2 digs

Grace Hagemyer – 1 block, 2 kills, 1 pt

Halie Inbody – 2 blocks, 1 kill, 1 dig

Leah Lee – 1 assist, 2 kills, 1 ace, 2 pts, 4 digs

Hailey Lennard – 1 kill, 1 dig

Mia McCartney – 1 pt, 8 digs

JV – Liberty-Benton defeats NB 25-13, 25-15


NB Volleyball Update

Varsity–One win, two losses……..

by Suzanne Bucher

Here are results from the last couple of volleyball matches for NBHS

HS Volleyball Results vs Vanlue 9/9/19

Vanlue defeats N Baltimore 25-9, 25-17, 25-19

Laura Keegan – 1 pt, 1 dig, 1 assist

Allie McPherson – 3 pts, 1 dig, 2 assists

Grace Hagemyer – 1 Ace, 4 pts, 2 digs, 4 kills

Kealeigh Leady – 2 receptions

Halie Inbody – 2 digs, 4 kills, 1 block

Hailey Lennard – 3 digs, 1 kill

Leia Thomas – 1 dig, 1 kill

Leah Lee – 1 ace, 1 pt, 6 receptions, 7 assists

Maddy Gerdeman – 6 receptions, 2 digs

Grace Stanfield – 3 receptions, 7 digs

Mia McCartney – 1 ace, 3 pts, 11 receptions, 12 digs

JV – NB defeats Vanlue  Van 25 NB 18, NB 25 Van 21, NB 27 Van 25

Freshmen – NB defeats Vanlue 25-23, 25-12

HS Volleyball Results vs Bluffton 9/11/19

Bluffton defeats N Baltimore 25-14, 25-16, 25-13

Laura Keegan – 1 assist

Allie McPherson – 1 pt, 2 assists

Grace Hagemyer – 4 kills, 2 digs

Kealeigh Leady – 1 kill, 5 receptions, 2 digs

Halie Inbody – 2 kills, 1 block, 3 digs

Hailey Lennard – 2 blocks, 2 receptions

Leia Thomas – 3 digs

Leah Lee – 2 aces, 6 pts, 2 kills, 5 assists, 4 receptions, 7 digs

Maddy Gerdeman – 1 ace, 4 pts, 13 receptions, 2 digs

Grace Stanfield – 4 pts, 10 receptions, 4 digs

Mia McCartney – 3 pts, 13 receptions, 11 digs

JV – Bluffton defeats NB 25-10, 25-21

HS Volleyball Results vs Liberty Center 9/14/19

N Baltimore defeats Liberty Center

LC 25 NB 21, NB 26 LC 24, NB 25 LC 23, LC 26 NB 24, NB 15 LC 8

Laura Keegan – 4 serves, 1 pt, 1 attack, 2 assists

Allie McPherson – 14 serves, 1 pt, 2 attacks, 8 assists, 7 digs

Grace Hagemyer – 20 serves, 2 aces, 6 pts, 37 attacks, 13 kills, 12 digs

Kealeigh Leady – 3 attacks, 1 block, 1 dig

Halie Inbody – 30 attacks, 7 kills, 4 blocks, 1 assist, 4 digs

Hailey Lennard – 12 attacks, 5 kills, 7 digs

Leia Thomas – 17 attacks, 1 kill, 1 block 3 digs

Leah Lee – 24 serves, 5 aces, 7 pts, 32 attacks, 5 kills, 17 assists, 16 digs

Maddy Gerdeman – 15 serves, 1 ace, 2 pts, 13 digs

Grace Stanfield – 14 serves, 1 ace, 2 pts, 1 attack, 34 digs

Mia McCartney – 16 serves, 1 ace, 3 pts, 40 digs

JV – Liberty Center defeats NB 25-20, 25-15

Upcoming Volleyball Games

Sat 9/21 Waynesfield Goshen (H), 9:30


NB Football Stats

from NB vs. Cory Rawson game last Friday….

by Suzanne Bucher

NBHS Football – Cory-Rawson @ N Baltimore 9/13/19


North Baltimore    7-14-14-3—38

Cory-Rawson        0-7-6-8—21

1st QTR

NB – TD, 6yd run Heineman (Gazarek kick)

2nd QTR

CR – TD, Interception return (kick)

NB – TD, 4yd run Dewitt (Gazarek kick)

NB – TD, 23yd run, Gazarek (Gazarek kick)

3rd QTR

NB – TD, 2yd run Dewitt (Gazarek kick)

CR – TD, pass (kick failed)

NB – TD, 73yd run Gazarek (Woodward kick)

4th QTR

CR – TD, pass (run)

NB – FG, 33yd Gazarek

Levi Gazarek – 98 yds passing, 215 yds rushing, 15 carries, 2 TD’s

Zach Weinandy – 47 yds rushing, 83 yds receiving, 1 interception

Clayton Heineman – 85 yds

NB Record: 2-1 Overall, 1-0 BVC

CR Record: 0-3 Overall, 0-1 BVC


Upcoming Games

Fri 9/20 @ Crestline, 7pm

Fri 9/27 @ Vanlue, 7pm


Cross Country Crushin’ It

Recent results from Riverdale and Lakota…..

submitted by Coach Bradlee Rowlinson
At Lakota:
“It was another PR day for the cross country teams at Lakota on Saturday.  The Varsity boys heated up the course, led by Levi Trout’s career record time, 17:48, placing him 12th on the all time leader board.  This time ties Tyler Stimmel’s 17:48 and jumps Nathan Flores 17:50. ” 

“The boys finished 12th overall getting another solid time from Wyatt Mowery (20:49), NB’s 2nd finisher.  Gabe Gazarek finished 3rd for the boys with a PR (21:01) and Zeth Johnson finished with a 22:08.  Darrian Zitzelbeger rounded out the top five for the boys with a PR (23:55) and Jordan Coup crushed his career record with a 24:43.”
“The Varsity girls kept the PR’s coming as Lydia Hartman led the girls with a PR time (22:49), Christina Schlak (24:12) and Alivia Delancy (24:17) both ran PR’s and cracked the top 30 all time list for NB.  Lucy Trout finished with a 30:08, just 2 seconds over her PR.”
“In the Junior High boys race, Skyler Livingston ran a PR for second straight race with a 15:26.”
At Riverdale:
“The afternoon started with the JH race, Skyler Livingston finished the race with a personal record of 15:34, finishing 29th overall. The Varsity girls were not able to field a full team, but had some nice finishes from senior Sydnee Smith 24:29 finishing 23rd and finishing 24th was Christina Schlak with a personal record of 24:32.  Varsity Boys seen two personal records one from Levi Trout, finishing 8th overall in 18:17 and Darrian Zitzelberger finishing 90th with a 24:27.  Mr consistent, Jordan Kimmel jumped into the top three for the boys finishing 80th overall just missing a PR(23:27) with a 23:29 for the second straight race.  The Varsity boys finished in 11th place.”
NBHS Race Times
NBJH Race Times
Way to Go, Tigers!

NB Boys Golf

Recent results………

By Suzanne Bucher
Boys’ Varsity BVC Golf Results vs Liberty Benton

9/9/19 @ Sycamore Springs, Arlington, Ohio

The NB boys’ golf team played in their 4th & final BVC match on September 9th against Liberty Benton. Below are the results.

The BVC Championship will be held on Monday, September 16th at the Findlay Country Club, beginning at 11:00am.

1st – Liberty Benton 156

2nd – N Baltimore 216

Medalist: Seth Lasiter (LB) 39

NB Scores: Hunter Baker 47, Jaden Bucher 47, Hunter Vogelsong 55, Malaki Peyton-Hobbs 67, Owen Johnson 71

NB Boys’ Record: 5-8 overall, 2-5 BVC

Upcoming Boys’ Matches

Mon 9/16 BVC Championship @ Findlay CC, 11am

Thur 9/19 Edgerton @ Birch Run, 4:30pm

Sat 9/21 Allen East Invite @ Sycamore Springs, 9am

Boys’ Varsity Golf Results vs Holgate

9/12/19 @ Birch Run Golf Course, N Baltimore, Ohio

1st – N Baltimore 183

2nd – Holgate 206

Medalist: Jaden Bucher (NB) 37

NB Scores: Jaden Bucher 37, Hunter Baker 45, Malaki Peyton-Hobbs 50, Hunter Vogelsong 51, Owen Johnson 67, Travis Jacobs 71

NB Boys’ Record: 6-8 overall, 2-5 BVC

Boys’ Varsity Golf Results – Clyde Invitational

9/14/19 @ Green Hills Golf Course, Clyde, Ohio

1st – Genoa 322

2nd – Lakota 349

3rd – Woodmore 359

4th – Danbury 372

5th – Arcadia 391

6th – N Baltimore 403

7th – Old Fort 419

8th – Clyde 449

Medalist: Isaac Simmons (Genoa) 77

NB Scores: Jaden Bucher 78, Hunter Baker 92, Hunter Vogelsong 111,

Malaki Peyton-Hobbs 122, Owen Johnson 138

Top 5

  1. Isaac Simmons (Genoa) 77
  2. Kyleigh Dull (Lakota) 78
  3. Jaden Bucher (NB) 78
  4. Ethan Smith (Genoa) 81
  5. Tommy Giles (Genoa) 82

NB Boys’ Record: 6-8 overall, 2-5 BVC

Upcoming Boys’ Matches

Thur 9/19 Edgerton @ Birch Run, 4:30pm

Sat 9/21 Allen East Invite @ Sycamore Springs, 9am


NB Girls Golf

NWOGGL at Birch Run…..

By Suzanne Bucher

Girls’ Varsity Golf – NWOGGL Match #2 vs Van Buren

9/11/19 @ Birch Run Golf Course, N Baltimore, Ohio

1st – Van Buren 218

2nd – N Baltimore 252

Medalist: Claire Recker (VB) 44

NB Scores: Lexi Long 53, Meghan Thompson 64, Zoey Beaupry 64, Olivia Matthes 71

Upcoming Girls’ Matches

Tue 9/17 NWOGGL Match #3 @ Lost Creek, 4:00

Wed 9/18 NWOGGL Match #4 @ Fostoria CC, 3:45

Thur 9/19 Edgerton (Home), 4:30

Photo Gallery: Friday Night Lights

NBHS Football

Enjoy these photos from Scott Ferguson from Friday’s football victory over Cory Rawson: 

Clayton Heineman is one on one with the Hornet defender and Levi let’s you know who is going to win that! (Fotos by Ferg)
Zach Weinandy lays the lumber to the CR receiver dislodging the ball (Fotos by Ferg)
Cheerleaders (Fotos by Ferg)
 Levi Gazarek stretches for more yardage (Fotos by Ferg)
Friday the 13th, two hour delay, a victory, and a full moon, what a night! (Fotos by Ferg)




REYNOLDSBURG, OH (Sept. 9, 2019) – In an effort to protect horses and other livestock in Ohio, the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) is not allowing the import of horses from counties within states with confirmed and suspected cases of Vesicular Stomatitis (VSV). This restriction includes the All American Quarter Horse Congress, which is scheduled to begin in Columbus on October 1.

“VSV has not been detected in Ohio and we are taking every precaution possible to keep it that way,”  said ODA State Veterinarian Dr. Tony Forshey.  “With the All American Quarter Horse Congress coming, we thought it was important to restrict further movement to prevent the disease’s potential spread.” 

VSV is a viral disease that primarily affects horses, but can also infect cattle, swine, sheep, and goats. The disease causes blister-like lesions, which burst and leave open wounds. It is extremely painful to animals and can result in the inability to eat and drink and even lameness.

VSV is highly contagious, with biting insects being the most common method of transmission. Humans can also contract VSV by coming into contact with lesions, saliva, or nasal secretions from infected animals. In people, the disease causes flu-like symptoms such as fever, muscle ache, headache, and nausea.

Currently, VSV has been detected in Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming with confirmed or suspected cases in specific counties across those states. A current list of suspect and confirmed cases can be found in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s weekly situation report.

For more information on the disease, visit the USDA’s VSV resource page.