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

Coming Soon: 3rd annual Hockey for Habitat charity ball hockey tourney

Eight teams compete in 3rdannual Hockey for Habitat charity ball hockey tournament benefitting Habitat for Humanity of Wood County, Ohio….

BOWLING GREEN, OH (September, 2018) — In support of Habitat for Humanity of Wood County, 8 teams will compete in the 3rd annual Hockey for Habitat charity ball hockey tournament on September 29.

The event will raise thousands of dollars to support the first Habitat home to be built in Bowling Green. Future Homeowner, Marlene Lerch will make the ceremonial ball drop.

The event will feature retired Walleye great, Kyle Rogers and WTOL meteorologist, Ryan Wichman, among others, who will participate as Free Agents.

There will be activities for the entire family, including a skills activity area.

 

Who:               Mark Ohashi, Executive Director- Habitat for Humanity              of                              Wood County

                        Ryan Wichman (celebrity player)- WTOL meteorologist

                        Kyle Rogers (celebrity player)- retired Toledo Walleye player

 

What: 3rd annual Hockey for Habitat charity ball hockey tournament

 

When: September 29, 2018   9am-2pm

 

Where: Bowling Green City Park, outdoor hockey rink

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Week 4

The Ohio High School Athletic Association released the first official weekly football computer ratings…

Football regular-season entering Week 5

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released the first official weekly football computer ratings Tuesday afternoon. The weekly computer ratings are released every Tuesday beginning in the fifth week of the season, leading up to the final report on Sunday morning, Oct. 28, when 224 schools (top 8 in each region) will officially qualify for the playoffs.

The complete report showing all teams in every region is posted at: https://ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/2018/Week4Ratings.pdf

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 in the final report will qualify for the playoffs.

Of the 718 OHSAA member schools playing varsity football this fall, the largest 72 schools are in Division I, while the remaining schools are divided equally in Divisions II through VII (approximately 108 schools in each division).

Related Information

OHSAA Football Online Home (composite schedules, broadcasts, AP polls, playoff information, etc.): https://ohsaa.org/sports/football

Sept. 17 Associated Press State Football Poll: https://ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/2018/AP-Poll-2.pdf

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

Weekly schedules and computer points also posted at:http://www.joeeitel.com/hsfoot/

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

                OHSAA Radio Network Home: https://www.ohsaa.org/news/radio

OHSAA News and Media Home: https://www.ohsaa.org/news-media

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Sept. 18, 2017 (Entering Week 5)

Top eight schools from each region in the final report Oct. 29 will qualify for the playoffs.

Northwest Ohio (smaller schools):

Division V

Region 18 – 1. Genoa Area (4-0) 7.85, 2. Anna (3-1) 6.8, 3. Liberty Center (4-0) 6.525, 4. Archbold (4-0) 6.225, 5. Marion Pleasant (4-0) 6.2, 6. Casstown Miami East (3-1) 5.65, 7. Richwood North Union (3-1) 4.9962, 8. Pemberville Eastwood (3-1) 4.925, 9. Tontogany Otsego (3-1) 4.55, 10. Brookville (3-1) 4.45, 11. Elyria Cath. (3-1) 4.3, 12. Ottawa-Glandorf (2-2) 3.925

Division VI

Region 22 – 1. Attica Seneca East (4-0) 5.9, 2. Jeromesville Hillsdale (3-1) 5.35, 3. Sherwood Fairview (3-1) 4.85, 4. Loudonville (2-2) 4.175, 5. Gibsonburg (3-1) 4.05, 6. North Robinson Colonel Crawford (3-1) 3.9, 7. Northwood (3-1) 3.75, 8. Bucyrus Wynford (3-1) 3.375, 9. Carey (2-2) 3.325, 10. Hicksville (2-2) 2.9, 11. Ashland Crestview (2-2) 2.85, tie-12. Ada (2-2) 2.575, tie-12. Castalia Margaretta (2-2) 2.575

Division VII 

Region 26 – 1. Sycamore Mohawk (4-0) 7.575, 2. McComb (4-0) 6.9, 3. Greenwich South Central (4-0) 6.25, 4. Arlington (4-0) 5.925, 5. Leipsic (4-0) 5.55, 6. Edgerton (4-0) 5.375, 7. Pandora-Gilboa (4-0) 5.075, 8. Tiffin Calvert (3-1) 4.475, 9. Norwalk St. Paul (3-1) 4.3, 10. Antwerp (3-1) 3.7, 11. Monroeville (2-2) 3.425, 12. Sandusky St. Mary Central Cath. (2-2) 3.1

Tiger Golf 3rd in BVC Golf Tourney

Tigers finish 4th overall in BVC Golf

The 3rd Place finish in the Blanchard Valley Conference Golf Tournament, combined with the league’s tri-match system, found the Tiger golfers finishing 4th overall in BVC Golf.

Here are the results from the BVC Tourney on Sept. 17, 2018 at Findlay Country Club.

1st – Van Buren 324

2nd – Liberty Benton 340

3rd – North Baltimore 376

4th – Arlington 394

5th – McComb 395

6th – Hopewell-Loudon 398

7th – Leipsic 403

8th – Arcadia 418

9th – Riverdale 464

NB Scores: Jaden Bucher 84, Hunter Baker 92, Ellias Burleson 92, Hunter Vogelsong 105, Malaki Peyton-Hobbs 116

Medalist: Connor Ohlrich (VB) 76

BOYS’ BVC GOLF

Final BVC League Standings
1. Van Buren 16

  1. Liberty-Benton 14
  2. Arlington 11
  3. North Baltimore 10
  4. McComb 8
  5. Hopewell-Loudon 7
  6. Arcadia & Leipsic 4
  7. Riverdale 0

First Team All-BVC – Connor Ohlrich (VB), Ross Wenzinger (McC), Quentin Weddell (VB), Luke Sunderman (LB), Noah Frederick (VB), Brayden Bushong (Arl)
BVC Player of the Year — Connor Ohlrich (VB)
BVC Coach of the Year — Eric Heitkamp (VB)
2nd Team All-BVC – Seth Lasiter (LB), Michael Kotey (LB), Logan Kizer (LB), Will Bushong (Arl), Cody Balliet (HL), Jaden Bucher (NB)

Honorable Mention All-BVC
Arcadia – Kenny Durst, Will Recker; Arlington – Ewan Martin, Garner Anderson; Liberty-Benton – Patrick Streacker, Noah Brand; Leipsic – Mason Tadena, Mason Brandt; McComb – Allen Thepsourinthone, Nate Bishop; Van Buren – Grayson Temple, A.J. Overmyer; North Baltimore –  Hunter Baker, Ellias Burleson; Riverdale – Andrew Kuenzli, Rease Haley; Hopewell-Loudon – Owen Schumm, Luke Graham
BVC Tournament Individual Standings
1. Connor Ohlrich, Van Buren 76

  1. Quentin Weddell, Van Buren 77
  2. Noah Frederick, Van Buren 79
  3. Luke Sunderman, Liberty-Benton 82
  4. Michael Kotey, Liberty-Benton 83
  5. Jaden Bucher, North Baltimore 84
  6. Seth Lasiter, Liberty-Benton 86
  7. Logan Kizer, Liberty-Benton 89
  8. Ross Wenzinger, McComb 91
    10. Hunter Baker, North Baltimore 92

Tiger Volleyball vs. Van Buren

The North Baltimore High School Lady Tiger Volleyball played at Van Buren recently.

The North Baltimore High School Lady Tiger Volleyball played at Van Buren recently.

The Tiger came up short in 3 games 7-25, 8-25, and 13-25.

Stats for NB:
Allison Kepling – 5 serves, 1 ace
Allie Mcpherson – 5 serves, 1 ace, 4 assist (set)
Halie Inbody – 1 block, 5 attacks, 2 kills
Mia McCartney – 9 digs
Grace Hagemyer – 7 attacks, 3 kills
Leah Lee – 6 attacks, 2 errors, 1 kill
Simone Thompson – 4 attacks, 1 error, 1 kill
Hannah Lord – 6 serves, 0 errors, 5 digs

Van Buren won the Junior Varsity and Freshman matches.

NB travels to Liberty-Benton for matches today (9/19) – 4:30 Freshman start.

Mel Patterson Jr. Benefit Raffle

Two Michigan @ Ohio State game tickets (Section 25C Row 30) are being raffled. 

Mel Patterson Jr. Benefit Raffle

On August 2, 2018 Mel Patterson Jr. was struck by an SUV while coming home from the Wood County Fair on his motorcycle.  He sustained life-threatening injuries and was life-flighted to St. V’s Hospital in Toledo.  Mel broke his hip, femur, both wrists, a vertebrae, and had lacerations of his liver and his spleen which caused severe internal bleeding.  The driver of the SUV did not have insurance and therefore all medical expenses have fallen to Mel and Doreen Patterson.  Though they do have insurance, we all know it doesn’t cover everything.  To help cover those extra costs a raffle is being held.  Mel is recovering and doing better each and every day but still has a long road ahead.
Two Michigan @ Ohio State game tickets (Section 25C Row 30) are being raffled.  The game is November 24, 2018.  Raffle tickets are $50 each.  A maximum of 300 tickets to be sold and the drawing will be held on October 27, 2018 in the North Baltimore Fire Hall following the Halloween Parade.  
If you are interested in purchasing a raffle ticket or in helping to sell some tickets, contact Charlotte Powell – cpowell1205@gmail.com, Cody Switzer, Jacki Kaufman, or Jeremy Joseph.
Donations can also be made at Huntington Bank in North Baltimore if you want to help but are not interested in purchasing a raffle ticket.  An account has been set up to handle donations.  Just ask one of the tellers.
Please make checks out to Doreen or Mel Patterson.
Thanks for your support of this wonderful family.
A special thanks to all those who helped save his life that night.  This town has wonderful people who selflessly give of themselves to save others.  I do not know the names of all who showed up, but I want to thank you and so does the family.
Shout out of thanks to:
NB Police
NB Fire Department
NB paramedics and EMT’s
You are the best and we can’t thank you enough!

Tiger Jr. Hi Football Fotos vs. Arcadia

Here are the Fotos by Ferg from North Baltimore Junior High Football’s game with Arcadia, a 20 – 20 tie!

Here are the Fotos by Ferg from North Baltimore Junior High Football’s game with Arcadia, a 20 – 20 tie!
Chase Woodruff sets to pass the ball
Jesse Vanlerberg gets ready to block
Gaige DeWitt punts
Owen Clark makes the catch on the sideline

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