16th Annual Sounds of the Stadium Marching Band Concert

The North Baltimore High School Marching Band presents their annual INDOOR presentation of the performances from the 2014 Football Season.

The 16th Annual Sounds of the Stadium Marching Band Concert is Wednesday, November 5 at 7 pm in the North Baltimore High School auditeria.

Relive your favorite memories of the 2014 season in the comfort of climate control.

The concert is free and open to the public.

Bishop nominated for JJ Huddle honors – needs YOUR vote!

North Baltimore High School Senior Quarterback Lane Bishop has been nominated for the JJ Huddle.com Player of Week. Here are Lane’s stats for last Friday night vs. Vanlue: the NB QB accounted for 529 yards of offense and seven TDs in a 54-20 win over Vanlue. He completed nine-of-17 passes for 294 yards and three TDs and ran the ball 15 times for 235 yards and four TDs. He also tied a state record for the longest rushing TD with a 99-yard fourth quarter TD run.

North Baltimore High School Senior Quarterback Lane Bishop has been nominated for the JJ Huddle.com Player of Week. Here are Lane’s stats for last Friday night vs. Vanlue:

*Lane Bishop, North Baltimore

QB accounted for 529 yards of offense and seven TDs in a 54-20 win over Vanlue. He completed nine-of-17 passes for 294 yards and three TDs and ran the ball 15 times for 235 yards and four TDs. He also tied a state record for the longest rushing TD with a 99-yard fourth quarter TD run.

Here is a link to paste into your browser to cast your vote:

http://www.jjhuddle.com/2014/11/03/jjhuddles-ohio-football-honor-roll-national-guard-ohio-hs-player-of-the-week-finalists-hmvote-now-3/

You can vote as often as you like, so in honor of today (Nov. 4 Election Day) – VOTE early and often!

Lane (#5) manages to get the pass off for a completion while being hit.
Lane (#5) manages to get the pass off for a completion while being hit.

NBHS Mandatory Winter Sport Parent’s Meeting

This meeting is mandatory for all High School and Junior High parents and Athletes planning on playing, Basketball, and Wrestling.

There will be a  Winter Sports parent meeting Monday the 10th at  7:00 .  This meeting is mandatory for all High School and Junior High parents and Athletes planning on playing, Basketball, and Wrestling.
We will be showing the concussion video at 6:40 in the Middle/High School Auditeria  for Parents and Students  who have not viewed the video this year.

Stimmel runs in OHSAA CC Regional Race

Tyler Stimmel, a junior at NBHS, represented North Baltimore on October 25, 2014 at the Cross Country Regionals in Tiffin, OH.

Tyler Stimmel, a junior at NBHS, represented North Baltimore on October 25, 2014 at the Cross Country Regionals in Tiffin, OH.
North Baltimore has not had a CC runner advance to regionals since 2008.
Although Tyler did not place in the top 16 to advance to State, he represented North Baltimore well. There were 135 runners and according to Coach Brad Rowlinson, the 16th place finisher, who was the last to place and go to State, ran a 16:49. Tyler was up against some tough competition.
Great Job Tyler for making it to Regionals!
 tyler at regionals 2014
photo courtesy of Brittany Daughenbaugh

Tiger Football ends season with ‘W’

North Baltimore High School Football (5 – 5) “enjoyed” the cold, wet and windy Senior Night and NB’s Memorial Stadium, putting it to the 1 – 9 Wildcats 54 – 20. The Class of 2015 honored their final “Friday Night Lights”, with all Fall Activity Seniors walking the field with their “parent(s)”.

North Baltimore High School Football (5 – 5) “enjoyed” the cold, wet and windy Senior Night and NB’s Memorial Stadium, putting it to the 1 – 9 Wildcats 54 – 20. The Class of 2015 honored their final “Friday Night Lights”, with all Fall Activity Seniors walking the field with their “parent(s)”.

The Tigers did not come out sharp on this nasty night, that was threatening snow, as Vanlue got on the scoreboard first, with a quick score on their opening possession, due to some terrible tackling by several Tigers on a 50 yard gain to the 8 yard line. 4 plays later the Cats were on the board, but did not get the 2 point conversion.

NB’s first possession had Lane Bishop workeding the Tigers down the field, with several QB option runs. However, a couple of dropped passes and a holding penalty tried to kill the drive, until a Bishop pass of 46 yards to Levi Newcomer, led to an 18 yard TD scamper by Bishop, to tie the game at six each (Brian missed the extra point try).

Vanlue was putting together a strong drive on their second possession, but some good ‘D’ and a couple of penalties, stopped Vanlue at the 30 and NB took over on downs. The Tigers wasted no time in flexing their offensive muscle, as Bishop ran for 12 yards, completed a 38 yard bomb to Levi Newcomer and and then hit Jacob Pelton for a 20 yard TD pass. Brian kicked the point for a 13 – 6 NB lead.

Vanlue, not wanting to lose what little momentum they had, put together a strong drive, culminating with a 46 yard TD run, but they could not score on the 2 pointer, so still trailed NB 13 – 12, early in the 2nd quarter.

With the wind at the Tiger’s back for the 2nd quarter, Bishop wasted no time in airing out the long ball with a 67 yard TD strike to Noah Brian, who tacked on the extra point kick and giving the lead they would never relinquish. Bishop scored on a 3 yard run before the end of the first half, giving NB a 26 – 12 lead at intermission. NB would score on all of their possessions in the 2nd half.

Lane Bishop topped off a fine senior season, statistically, gaining 235 yards on 15 carries and 4 TD’s, along with 9 pass completions of 17 attempts, for 294 yards and 3 more scores.

Taylor Bishop carried the ball one time for 36 yards and a TD; Jacob Dick ran 5 times for 23 yards and had one catch for 11 yards; Christian Richmond had one catch for 40 yards; Jacob Pelton the TD catch of 20 yards; Levi Newcomer caught 4 passes for 148 yards (1 – TD) and Noah Brian caught 2 for 75 yards (1 – TD). NB ran a total of 30 offensive plays.

For Vanlue Summers ran the ball 47 times for 285 yards and 2 TD’s. Vanlue ran for a total of 378 yards (64 plays). They completed one of four passes for one yard.

NB ends the 2014 season 5 – 5 and 1 – 4 in the Valley Division of the Blanchard Valley Conference.

Latitude 41 Club Volleyball try-outs

2014-15 Junior high Tryouts at BGSU Fieldhouse – 2014-15 High School Tryouts at Stroh Center, Schmidhorst Pavilion

Tryout Schedule:

2014-15 Junior high Tryouts at BGSU Fieldhouse
Sunday 11/2 13 & under 3-5:00 p.m.
Sunday 11/2 14”s 6-8:30 p.m.

2014-15 High School Tryouts at Stroh Center, Schmidhorst Pavilion
Sunday 11/9 15s 3-5 p.m.Call
Sunday 11/9 16, 17, 18 6-8p.m.

(419) 352-8275 for more information

Dick Clark Men’s Basketball League Rosters 2014 – 15

The North Baltimore Dick Clark Men’s Basketball League will begin play this Sunday (Nov. 2), in The Jungle on the campus of the NB High School. Here are the rosters and the schedule for Week 1.

The North Baltimore Dick Clark Men’s Basketball League will begin play this Sunday (Nov. 2), in The Jungle on the campus of the NB High School. Here are the rosters and the schedule for Week 1.

DCML 2014 - 15 Rosters 1

DCML 2014 - 15 Rosters 2

OHSAA Releases Weekly Football Computer Ratings – Week 9

Regular season ends Saturday night; first weekly notes packet released

Six BVC teams could make OHSAA playoffs (D V – VII) – NB playing for pride and .500 record (5 – 5)

Regular season ends Saturday night; first weekly notes packet released

The Ohio High School Athletic Association released its weekly football computer ratings Tuesday, Oct. 28. The weekly computer ratings are released every Tuesday afternoon beginning after the fourth week of the season, leading up to the final report this Sunday, Nov. 2.

The top 20 schools in both Division I regions are shown below, while the top 12 schools are shown in Divisions II through VII. Ratings are listed by division and region with record and average points. Log on to the football page at OHSAA.org for an explanation of how the ratings are calculated. The complete report showing all teams in every region is linked below in PDF format.

There are seven football divisions, with the largest 72 schools placed in Division I and the remaining schools placed in Divisions II through VII (approximately 108 schools in each division). There are two regions in Division I and four regions each in Divisions II through VII. The top 16 teams in both Division I regions will qualify for the playoffs, while the top eight schools in each region in Divisions II through VII will qualify.

Division VII

Region 24 – 1. Arlington (8-1) 14.1111, 2. Tiffin Calvert (7-2) 12.4889, 3. McComb (7-2) 10.8333, 4. Columbus Grove (5-4) 10.7722, 5. Tol. Christian (7-2) 9.2389, 6. Pandora-Gilboa (6-3) 7.8944, 7. Delphos St. John’s (4-5) 6.9944, 8. Leipsic (4-5) 6.3056, 9. Edgerton (4-5) 5.5556, 10. North Baltimore (4-5) 5.2667, 11. Hicksville (4-5) 5.0222, 12. Tol. Ottawa Hills (3-6) 4.4167

Division VI

Region 20 – 1. Defiance Tinora (9-0) 18.2833, 2. Lima Central Cath. (7-2) 17.2273, 3. Convoy Crestview (7-2) 16.2056, 4. Bucyrus Wynford (8-1) 15.6778, 5. Spencerville (8-1) 15.6611, 6. Haviland Wayne Trace (7-2) 12.7611, 7. Defiance Ayersville (8-1) 12.4222, 8. Van Buren (7-2) 11.9333, 9. Delphos Jefferson (7-2) 11.7556, 10. Carey (8-1) 11.65, 11. Gibsonburg (8-1) 10.9222, 12. Northwood (5-4) 9.2722

Division V

Region 16 – 1. Huron (8-1) 21.4167, 2. Coldwater (8-1) 21.2667, 3. Findlay Liberty-Benton (9-0) 21.0444, 4. Marion Pleasant (9-0) 21.0, 5. Doylestown Chippewa (8-1) 18.3667, 6. Pemberville Eastwood (8-1) 17.4333, 7. Elyria Cath. (6-3) 15.9667, 8. Delta (8-1) 14.5667, 9. Columbia Station Columbia (8-1) 14.5111, 10. Ottawa-Glandorf (7-2) 14.0111, 11. Creston Norwayne (5-4) 10.8056, 12. Bucyrus (7-2) 10.1833

http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/ft/boys/default.asp

UPDATE on the conversion of NBXpress

Now the work begins… A new NBXpress.com is being born.

Now the work begins… A new NBXpress.com is being born. After 5 years we are finally making a move to new software and servers! We will now be using WordPress. Please bear with us as we try to get the site re-populated and properly archived. We have plans and hopes for a much improved viewing experience!

We will have much greater flexibility in organizing our postings for your viewing pleasure!

At this time we are not sure what will happen with all of the content that existed on the previous incarnation of NBXpress. We hope to be able to present that content as an archive in the near future.

The NEW NBXpress.com – Site Reconstruction Underway!

Please bear with us as we endeavor to upgrade our website to a more responsive operating system!

Please bear with us as we endeavor to upgrade our website to a more responsive operating system!

We will be working in the WordPress World from now on. We are excited and scared at the same time!

We hope to have a reasonably smooth transition – but we are sure that we are going to have some issues – so we apologize in advance for any and all delirium you may suffer!

Be aware, that this change to WordPress, in the long-run, will be a great benefit to our readers/viewers AND our advertising and sponsors!

Thank You!

JP and Sue Miklovic