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SYLVANIA- Thescorebooks have closed on thisyear’s basketball seasons for the girls and boys teams fromSouthview and Northview butthe head coaches from eachrespective school have fondmemories of the season andhigh hopes for their program’sfutures.Northview girl’s basketballhead coach Jerry Sigler’sLady Kats captured a secondconsecutive Northern LakesLeague title with a 13-1conference record (18-4overall) and made it to the
district semi-nals before
bowing out to a strong andtalented Notre Dame Academyteam.“I though that we had anoutstanding year,” Sigler said.Northview was paced byjunior guard Miriam Justinger,whom Sigler considers tobe one of the best players inNorthwest Ohio. Justinger, athree-year starter for the LadyKats, led the NLL in scoringaveraging 16.8 points per game. For her efforts, she was
named to the All-NLL rst
team, All-Toledo Blade team,
the Division I All-District rst
team, and the All-Ohio thirdteam.Junior guard Skylar Roseand junior forward JessicaJessing joined Justinger among the scoring leaders for of the NLL with 11.0 and 10.1scoring average respectively.Jessing also received All-
NLL rst team honors and was
named to the to the All-Districtthird team.Rose was named to the All-NLL second team and receivedspecial mention for all districthonors.Seniors Valerie Sohasky,who will be playing basketballat Indiana Wesleyan Universitynext year, and KatelynnMcCoy were in the topechelon of rebounding leadersin the league pulling down6.4 and 5.9 caroms per gamerespectively.Coach Jerry Sigler commented that senior Tori
Busby, who was rst off of 
the bench this season wasinvaluable as the team’s “sixthman.”“She did a tremendous jobfor us this year,” Sigler stated.Southview head coachMarc Jump considers this pastseason to be successful as well.His young Cougars compiledan 11-10 overall record and
nished 8-6 in the Northern
Lakes League.“It was a winning season,”Jump said. “We had a younggroup of kids with only threeseniors on the roster. Weworked hard to get better everyday.”Jump commented thatbefore the season started histeam lacked experience in “biggame” situations. However,as the season unfolded theCougars found themselvesplaying in plenty of big games.Seven contests were decidedin overtime or by three pointsor less in regulation play.“We had some real thrillingbasketball this year,” Jumpstated.
Jump reected that his team
was literally three possessionsaway from being 11-3 in theleague.Junior Allen Gant, whoaveraged 15.3 points per gamethroughout the season, was
named to the All-NLL rst
team and All-District thirdteam. The three-year starter,who also grabbed over sevenrebound a game, was namedas the team’s Most ValuablePlayer.Senior De’Nard Pinckney(8 points and 3 rebounds per game) was named to the All-NLL second team and receivedspecial mention for all districthonors.Todd Bostater, Southviewgirl’s basketball head coach,credits senior Taylor Halland sophomore Lexi Lopezfor stepping up to share pointguard duties and running theteam after losing Ariel Gaston,who transferred to Start for her senior year and starting pointguard Andrea Abouahmed to
an ACL tear ve games into
the season.With Hall and Lopezjointly commanding the team,
the Lady Cougars nished
their campaign with a 13-9overall record and an 8-6 NLLconference mark. The teamcaptured a sectional title witha thrilling 53-52 overtime winover Central Catholic before
falling to state semi-nalistStart in the district semi-nals.
Lopez led the Lady Cougarsin both scoring and reboundingaveraging 13.6 points and over six rebounds a game placingher among the leaders in bothcategories in the league. Her play on the hardwood garneredLopez a spot on the All-NLL
rst team and All-District third
team.Hall, averaging better than10 points a contest, was asecond team All-NLL selectionand received special mentionfor all district honors.At the team’s season-ending awards ceremony,Lopez received the offensiveplayer of the year award whileHall was named the defensiveplayer of the year. Senior Olivia O’Reilly received thecoach’s award.Terry Shadle, head coach of the Northview boy’s basketballteam, wrapped up his third year at the helm with a 4-17 record(2-12 NLL).“We were prettyinexperienced all year. Wetruly didn’t have a very muchvarsity experience and itshowed,” Shadle stated.According to Shadle, senior forward Jacob Sturt possessedthe most varsity experience onthe young Wildcat team. Sturt
nished the season averaging
over eight points per game and
better than ve rebounds.
His teammate, sophomoreguard Conner Hartnett, ledthe team in scoring with a10.5 points per game average.Hartnett was named to theAll-NLL second team andreceived special mention in theall district balloting.Shadle stated the highlightof the season, especially for his senior players, was theWildcats’ 52-51 overtimewin over cross-town rivalSouthview.
“It was the nal home game
for the seniors and what agreat way for them to end their careers in the last home gameof the season,” Shadle said.Since high school sports isa constant revolving door of players entering and exitinga program, Southview headcoach Marc Jump commentedon bidding farewell to hissenior players stating, “Youalways appreciate the effortsthat the guys have given for four years. These seniors areno different. They have beena big part of everything thatwe have done and who we areand we are going to really missthem.Head coaches Sigler,Bostater, and Shadle echoedthis sentiment.Looking forward, all of thecoaches said the future looksbright for their respectiveprograms and they will behard at work in their gyms allsummer long working out nextyear’s teams.
Senio Dew Lemn(20) lunes  sot tte buzze in centlctoli’s ttempt to betcininnti LSlle in testte Division I semi-finl gme. Te sot itte im but did not goin esulting in  et-beking 48-46 defet.centl ctoli’sindeell mtoug te stte plyoff tounment ended t tends of te tid-nked
Cincinnati LaSalle (25-
2) Lnes wo wenton to win te sttempionsip.centl ctoli (20-
5) began their trip to
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Central Catholic just missesshot at state championship
Northview, Southview coaches reect on 2010-11 basketball season
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solsip, lifetimemembesip in teSoiety nd ll-expensepid tip to te GlpgosIslnds. additionlinfomtion on teNtionl Geogpi Been be found t www.ntionlgeogpi.om/geobee.Jk romnoff, 8t gde student t McodJunio hig nmed ssemi-finlist in te OioGeogpi Bee.
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Jack Romanoff, eighthgrade student at McCordJunior High, was named
as a semi-fnalist in the
Ohio Geographic Bee.
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Honk for Japan
Lst week, fou Sylvni siblingsdeided tey wnted to ollet money fopeople ffeted by te devsttion in Jpn.Tey got etive wit tei mission ndstood by King rod wit omemde signseding “honk fo Jpn.” Fo e tt onked, te siblings donted 10 ents.Tey eeived 240 onks nd donted $24of tei own money to Jpn. Tei pentsnd gndpents mted tei dontion.Te siblings sid tey d fun nd felt liketey wee elping otes t te sme time.Te fou siblings e cte, riley,andeson nd cmpbell Sttle, ildenof Stey Sttle nd Json Eggestofe.
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Chris and Vicki Dougherty of Sylvania are happy toannounce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their son, Benjamin H. Dougherty to Carrie Ann Frost.Ben is a 2003 graduate of Northview High Schooland is receiving his degree in Integrated Social Studiesfrom Lourdes College in May.Carrie is the daughter of Dale and Becky Frost of Englewood, Ohio. She is a 2005 graduate of NorthmontHigh School and a 2010 graduate from Bowling GreenState University with a degree in Special Education andcurrently works with Washington Local Schools.The couple will be wed in June 2011 at St. AloysiusCatholic Church, Bowling Green.
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Rachel is the 2011 YMCA District Champion forLevel 4 in the 11 an 12 year old age bracket. She will becompeting in the YMCA National Championships thisJune at the Seagate Center. Rachel is a sixth grader atSt. Joe’s.She won 1st place on the balance beam with a 9.25,1st place on the uneven bars with an 8.9, 3rd place onthe vault with a 9.0 and 4th place on floor exercise withan 8.7. This gives her an overall score of 35.85 makingher the all around District Champion for level 4 age 11and 12. We are so proud of you Rachel! Love,Aunt Shelly, Grandma and Grandpa Miller, TheShinavers, The Dimick’s, The Kwiatkowski’s and AuntNancy and Uncle Bob Miller and Joanna.
Air National GuardAirman 1st Class RobertE. Markle graduated frombasic military training atLackland Air Force Base,San Antonio, Texas.The airman completedan intensive, eight-weekprogram that includedtraining in militarydiscipline and studies, AirForce core values, physicalfitness, and basic warfareprinciples and skills.Airmen who completebasic training earn fourcredits toward an associatein applied science degreethrough the CommunityCollege of the Air Force.He is the son of CarolynMarkle of Toledo.Markle graduated in2005 from Roy C. StartHigh School.Army Pvt. Phillip M.Roper has graduated fromBasic Combat Training atFort Sill, Lawton, Okla.During the nine weeksof training, the soldierstudied the Army missionand received instructionand training exercisesin drill and ceremonies,Army history, core valuesand traditions, militarycourtesy, military justice,physical fitness, firstaid, rifle marksmanship,weapons use, map readingand land navigation,foot marches, armed andunarmed combat, and fieldmaneuvers and tactics.He is the son of KayKetron and James Roper,both of Toledo.Roper graduated in2009 from Waite HighSchool.
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The Sylvania AreaChamber of Commerce an-nounced the 2011 ChamberChampions at the ShowcaseSylvania Expo Preview Par-ty held on Friday, March 25.Nominees were sought fromthe Chamber membershipand the nomination formasked for businesses andleaders who are outstandingboth in the business area aswell as someone who givesback to the communitythrough exemplary service.Winners for this yearare:Business ChamberChampion – Kistler Ford –Bob JorgensenSmall Business ChamberChampion – Lublin Suss-man – Doug WelchRetail Business Cham-ber Champion – Ciao Res-taurant – Michael Gibbonsand Terry Kretz
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Chamber Champion – Cityof SylvaniaChamber Champion Vol-unteer of the Year – T.J. Ir-winChamber ChampionBusiness Leader – JohnWalsh – Regency HospitalAdditionally a specialaward was presented to2010 Sylvania Area Cham-ber Board Chairmen KevinLent for his support to theSylvania Area Chamber andits business members.The Honorees wereawarded a one-of-a-kind artpiece designed for the hon-orees from renowned artist
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Chamber AnnouncesNetworking for DollarsProgram
The Sylvania Chamberannounces a Sylvania AreaChamber Luncheon Pro-gram “Networking for Dol-lars” on Wednesday, April13 at the Wingate Hotelon Main Street in Sylvaniafrom 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.There will be a light lunchserved so reservations arenecessary. The networking
event is limited to the rst
30 to reserve a spot.The presenter will be
one of Northwest Ohio’s
premier business leaders,Jim Poure. James A. Poureis the Chairman and Chief 
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Chemical Corporation andJames A. Poure & Associ-ates, a Business Develop-ment Consultancy. Pourefounded General Alum& Chemical Corporationin 1979 (GAC ChemicalCorporation) and led hiscompany to being named
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fastest growing companiesin 1984. He was named“Entrepreneur of the Year”
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1995 for Chemical Manu-facturing and Processingand in 1990 for Supporterof Entrepreneurship.In addition to earningthe Toledo Small Businessof the Year Award from theToledo Area Small Busi-ness Association, and the“Award of Excellence” fromthe University of ToledoFamily Business Center in1998, Jim was awarded anHonorary Doctorate Degreein Business Administrationfrom the University of To-ledo in 2006.Among his current com-
munity afliations, Jim has
served as President of the
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House and is a current boardmember of the Alliance ForPaired Donation. He is a pastchairman and an emeritusmember of the Universityof Toledo Foundation Boardof Trustees, and a past chair-man of the following af-
liations: Jamie Farr LPGA
Kroger Classic Tournament(2001), Toledo-Lucas Coun-ty Port Authority, Toledo Re-gional Growth Partnership,Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce, Toledo HospitalBoard of Directors (Chair-man of the Audit and Pub-lic Relations Committees),the Junior Achievement of 
Northwest Ohio Board of 
Directors, and co-chairmanof the Toledo Committee of 100 from 1989-92. Jim alsoserved as an Executive Com-
mittee Member of the Ohio
Chamber of Commerce.
Jim’s past business, pro
fessional and political afli
-ations included serving asan INC. Magazine confer-ence advisor, a board mem-ber of the Federal ReserveBank of Cleveland – SmallBusiness Advisory Board,an Advisory Board Memberof the Legal Institute of theGreat Lakes, and a WhiteHouse Conference Dele-gate on Small Business. Forreservations, please call thechamber at 419-882-2135.
TJ Irwin won the award for Chamber Champion Volunteer of the Year. Picturedpresenting the award are Laura Glover and Pat Nowak.
Sylvania Chamber AnnouncesChamber Champions for 2011
Recipients of the 2011 Chamber Champion awards pose with their awards at theShowcase Sylvania Expo Preview Party held on March 25.
TJ Irwin photos
On the Scene
Pat Nowak
Two seniors, one fromeach of the Sylvania highschools, have been named2011 National MeritScholars by the NationalMerit Scholarship Program.David Wright, SouthviewHigh School, and NicholasSmith, Northview HighSchool, have both beennamed as finalists fromthe 16,000 semi-finalistsnamed in September. Theselection of the 8,400Merit Scholarship winnersis in progress from theNational Merit ScholarshipCorporation and willcontinue through May.The National Merit® Scholarship Program is anacademic competition forrecognition and scholarshipsthat began in 1955. Highschool students enter theNational Merit Program bytaking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit ScholarshipQualifying Test, a testwhich serves as an initialscreen of more than 1.5million entrants each year,and by meeting publishedprogram entry/participationrequirementsFor more informationon the National MeritScholarship program, go tohttp://www.nationalmerit.org/nmsp.php. 
Sylvania students named National Merit Scholars
Photos submitted
Southview seniorDavid WrightNorthview seniorNicholas Smith
The Sylvania historybooks state there was anannual Bean Festival fromthe late 60s to the late 70s.Not having grown up here, Iwondered what that was allabout. Why beans? Amused,I imagined a bean queen.So, I started researchingthis event and discovered,among other things, therewas indeed a bean queeneach year!The Allen V. SmithInc. company was a beanpacking and processingplant in Sylvania. It wasbuilt in 1951 adjacent tothe railroad behind theSouthbriar shopping center.It was located here becauseof its proximity to nearby
farmers and was Sylvania’s
only local industry at thetime. They packed beansunder the label Smith
Old York and others. 26
varieties of beans, barleyand split peas were handledat the plant, over 1.5 millionpounds processed permonth.In a 1973 SylvaniaSentinel article, theypaid homage to the bean,explained why there was abean festival since 1969 andincluded this anecdote: “Arecent incident at the plantbrought about a temporarydistaste for beans for oneemployee. He looked at therailroad car of loose beansand thought it would be fun
to jump in. It wasn’t. Buried
to the neck, he had to bepulled out by a tow chainand shivered for two hoursafterwards, not realizinghow cold a bean could get.”Held on the grounds of the Democratic Club onCentennial Road in the earlyyears, the festival was anonpartisan affair and a truecommunity event. In 1972,it was held at WhetstonePark behind Starlite Plaza.The programs were plannedby the Sylvania Jaycees, St.Francis Guild and Knightsof Columbus.
In 1974, Sylvania’s
mayor Warren Schusterhad the great idea to have
Orson Bean as master of 
ceremonies for the beanfestival. The famouscelebrity was duly invited.
Alas, he couldn’t make it,
as he was appearing oneighteen talk shows thatweek!Each year boasteddifferent menus, activitiesand entertainment. Servedwas, of course, bean soup,using an old farm recipe,and bean dinners. There wasalso cornbread, spaghettiand other delectables.There were dunking booths,creative dried bean dishcontests, parades, sky diversand more. The multi-daycelebrations were quite fun,apparently, and Sylvaniaresidents threw themselvesinto the festivitiesenthusiastically (but notinto the railroad car!).Miss Bean was selectedfrom thirteen candidatesby “an impartial panel of mayor, grocer, beauticianand editor.” I assume thesewere various young ladiesfrom Sylvania schools andthey probably wore the titleproudly, as well as lovelygowns, tiaras and sashes.Hey, I just had a thought.Were you or a member of your family ever a beanqueen or runner-up? Shareyour memories by emailingto SylvaniaHistory@gmail.com or calling 419-318-9632 and it could appear ina future column!
Full of Beans
By SheilaPainter
Each year, four Toledo-area residents are recipientsof local Jefferson MedallionAwards for extraordinarycommunity service. Jef-ferson Award 2011 winnerRichard R. Faist, CPA, has
served on the COMPASS
Corporation for RecoveryServices Board of Directors
for over 40 years. COM
-PASS nominated Faist forhis long-term commitmentefforts to combat substance
abuse in Northwest Ohio.
Dick has continuously
served on the COMPASS
Board of Directors since1970, overseeing the orga-
nization’s scal operations
as head of the Finance Com-mittee and as a member of the Executive Committee.
COMPASS is a Lucas
County-based provider of inpatient and outpatient al-cohol and drug abuse treat-ment for 2,500 men andwomen a year, plus free HIVeducation and testing ser-vices for another 2,000 arearesidents annually. Most
COMPASS funding comes
from various public entities,including Medicaid, and themajority of those treated by
COMPASS could not afford
treatment from other pro-viders.By making sure that
COMPASS has maintainednancial stability through
-out four full decades, hehas undertaken a majorrole in providing substanceabuse treatment to literallythousands of area residents.Since his 1970 appointment
to the COMPASS Board,Faist has shared his nancial
expertise with the agency.For more than 475 months,
Dick has gone over COM
PASS nancial statements,reviewed annual nancialaudits and the agency’s an
-nual tax returns.Although Dick retiredin July 2010 as Managing
Partner of the Toledo ofce
of Clifton Gunderson LLP,he continues to serve on the
COMPASS Board and Fi
-nance Committee. In look-
ing out for the Agency’s
future, Faist has selectedand is grooming a youngerassociate from Clifton Gun-derson to succeed him.Faist has given profuselyto Toledo, serving as pastChairman of AAA North-
west Ohio and as a trustee
of the Servant LeadershipCenter, Lourdes Collegeand St. Vincent MedicalCenter Foundation.He cur-rently serves on the Boardof Notre Dame EducationalFoundation;the Board of  St.
John’s Jesuit High School,
where he also serves on theExecutive Committee andas Chairman of the FinanceCommittee;the FinanceCouncil of the Toledo Cath-olic Diocese;the FinanceCommittee of the UnitedWay of Greater Toledo;andon the Finance and Endow-ment Committees of St. Jo-seph Catholic Church, Syl-vania.Faist and other 2011winners Duke Wheeler,Kim Holmes and Mary LouLeonard will be honored ata breakfast ceremony at the
Toledo Club on Apr. 1. One
of the four will be nominat-ed for a national JeffersonAward.
Sylvania resident wins Jefferson Award
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