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Morning Announcements - Tuesday, April 10, 2018

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Tonight at 4:15 boys tennis is home with Huron. At 4:30 boys and girls track is at Huron for their meet.

 

Justus Adams, James Bixby, Ashlee Capelle, Cody Jarvis, Delaney Klein, Gabby Proy, Kayla Klenk, and Jacob V Barnett please report to the office.

  

In their first game the Lady Chargers faced Bellevue in a close game that the Chargers lost 13-8. Kowalski led the defense with Shreve behind the plate. Pruitt also assisted the defense, adding three outs from third base. On offense, Ries brought in two runs and Blatnik led with three hits. In the second game against Springfield, the ladies had a tough loss. Ries and Shreve led the offense with one run each. On defense, the ladies battled hard.

 

The JV ladies lost to Margaretta on 4/2. The Lady Chargers were up in the 2nd inning 7 to 2. Ries and Waldron led the offense with 2 runs each. Reis with a homerun in the 1st inning. Blatnik had two hits to assist the ladies. On defense the ladies were able to get a double play with bases loaded, preventing a run from scoring.

  

The JV Lady Chargers faced Monroeville on 4/6 with a final score of 14 to 12 Monroeville. Waldron, Ries, Blatnik, and Barker lead the offense with two hits each. Waldron had 3 RBIs. Kowalski and Ries had 2 runs each. Chargers’ defense was led by Ries, Kowalski, Pruitt, Perkins, and Horchler, with all Chargers’ players battling hard to the final out.

  

Over break the boys tennis team went 1-1. Losing to Norwalk 1-4 and beating Port Clinton 4-1. The team is home later today against Huron.

 

The varsity baseball team beat Huron 10-0 in 6 innings.  Bryce Roberts pitched a 1 hit complete game with 8 strikeouts.  Caleb Bissell and Richard Crooks each had 3 RBI's.

 

The JV baseball team improved their record to 4-1 with a win over Huron 14-6. Andrew Neate had 2 hits and 4 rbis and 6 stolen bases.  Casey had a double and drove in 2 runs.  Chase O'Dell picked up the win throwing 5 innings giving up 4 runs with 5 strikeouts.  Hunter Penwell threw 2 shutout innings striking out 3 batters.

 

Anyone interested in trying out for the 2018 - 2019 Firelands Challenge Academic team MUST pick up an information sheet from Mrs. Wally TODAY!

  

Attention anyone interested in trying out for cheerleading or the mascot for the 2018-2019 school year: there will be a mandatory informational parent meeting on Thursday, April 12 at 7:00 pm in the high school cafeteria.

  

Any senior that is not currently taking an art class through Mr. Wolff and is interested in designing the cover for the senior awards night program please provide artwork to Ms. Mehlow by April 13th.  

 

Are you looking for summer work close to home with the possibility of bonuses at the end of the summer? Schlessman Seed company in Milan is looking for high school students with great work ethics to work for them this summer.  A representative from Schlessman Seed will be here this Friday April 13thto meet with interested students in the Conference Room - Room 408 at 7:45 am to answer any questions and provide basic information about what the summer job will entail.

 

Prom is quickly approaching! Juniors and seniors can purchase tickets starting Monday, March 26 through Thursday, April 12 during the lunch modules. EHOVE and Firelands students can purchase them throughout the day or before and after school in the office. The cost of each ticket is $35. Anyone bringing a guest from another school must have a completed dance form with them in order to purchase the ticket. Tickets will also be sold during spring break in the office, but please call to make sure office personnel are present before stopping in. There will be absolutely no tickets sold after Thursday, April 12.

 

Freshmen who have not turned in their chocolate money - we need it now.  Please turn it in ASAP to Mrs. Traut!

 

Prom tickets are now sale.  By purchasing a prom ticket students are agreeing to abide by the dance regulations as listed on page 45 of the Charger Guide.  Grinding, twerking and any other sexually suggestive dance styles will not be tolerated.  Violators of dance regulations will be removed. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. The dance regulations were put in place so that all attendees may be comfortable and have fun.  Please make Prom 2018 enjoyable for all!

  

Junior and senior National Honor Society members we will have a very quick meeting today after school in Ms Cull’s room.  If you can not make it...see her now!

 

Mr. Meredith and the AP Government class will be hosting a debate for the Erie County Commission primary on Wednesday, April 18 at 1:30 pm in the auditorium.  The debate consists of four candidates and will be filmed by the Sandusky Register.  I will be testing but if it is relevant to your class you can observe part(s) of the debate.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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