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Fittro moves to
private sector
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS Delphos will soon have a new police


chief. Kyle Fittro has submitted his resignation effective
June 26 and accepted a position in the private sector.
Im not getting any
younger and an opportunity
arose within the private sector that was too good to turn
down, Fittro said. I am sad
to leave law enforcement and
will miss the guys but I have
family to provide for to the
best of my ability and this is
an opportunity to do that.
Safety Service Director
Fittro
Shane Coleman said Fittro
will be missed.
We are disappointed to lose
him. He is a tremendous asset to the city and easy to work
with, Coleman said. We wish him the best with his
future and his family. We are sad to see him go.
See FITTRO, page 13

$1.00

Gossman to lead Relay


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS A 33-year cancer
survivor will lead the first lap of the
Relay for Life of Delphos on Friday.
Vicki Gossman, a cervix cancer and
cancer in her lower left nodes survivor, was chosen at the Survivor
Dinner in May.
That was only the second
Survivor Dinner I had attended, Gossman said. I was somewhat resentful of the Relay at first.
I thought the money should stay
in Delphos to help people but the
more I learned about Relay and the
American Cancer Society, I realized
it has a place in our community. We
need every advantage when it comes
to cancer.
As I got involved, someone very
close to me was diagnosed with colon
cancer and Ive lost a loved one to
cancer in the recent year. Ive learned
more of the programs the ACS has
that give direct help to those battling cancer and the survivors like
the wig program and the classes to
help women look and feel better and

Gossman
the places family members can stay
while their loved ones get treatment.
Gossman, 70, was diagnosed in
May 1982 and was a single parent
with three children at home.
My family was worried so I kept
up a front so everyone else would
feel comfortable, Gossman said. It
actually helped me to put out that
positive front for them.

Gossman struggled to juggle her


children, her treatments and her life.
Family took the children while she
stayed at the Medical Colleges of
Ohio Hospital in Toledo.
I stayed active up there and
helped other patients and made
friends, Gossman recalled. I went
out on little trips when I could. It
was always good to get home on the
weekends but I was always so tired.
The trips to Toledo were taking
a toll on Gossmans health and her
pocketbook. Transportation was
problem and bills were falling behind.
I got help for one bill from the
Thrift Shop and another from the
Lioness Club, she said. That was
one of the main reasons I thought
the Relay money should stay here
because I knew what a struggle it
could be. But I got help with that
locally. Thats why I started the
Angel Fund with the Ladies Club;
we gave out gas and food cards. We
take good care of our people when
they need it. If the Relay money can
find a cure, we wont have to worry
about the rest.
See GOSSMAN, page 13

Jared Reichbaum is traveling across Amarrowca


to raise awareness to the need for stem cell/bone
marrow donors. (DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

Trinity dedicates new center

Trinity United Methodist Church dedicated its new Family Life Center Sunday morning. Hundreds of church
members gathered for a late morning worship service, lunch and tours of the new facility. Above: The Rev.
Rich Rakay gives the Childrens Sermon. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

DELPHOS St. Marys native


Emily Kriegel will join the staff at
Delphos City Schools as a high school
English teacher for the 2015-16 year.
The school board hired Kriegel on
Monday with a two-year contract.
Kriegel is a St. Marys Memorial
High School and Bluffton University
graduate. She has been teaching at
Toledo Public Schools.
I am ready to sow my oats closer
to home, Kriegel said. Im happy to
come to Delphos.
Pat Poling gave her retirement
notice as library aide at Franklin

Elementary.
According
to her letter
to the board,
Poling has
been a part
of the city
schools
since she
attended
first grade
some years
ago and
she will
continue
Kriegel
to lend her
services on a volunteer basis.
A three-year contract with Stolly
Insurance was approved for the dis-

BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Staff Writer
sgriffis@delphosherald.com

tricts property, liability and fleet insurances. The district will pay $31,650 a
year for the policy.
Bus bids for up to two new buses will
be readvertised. According to Treasurer
Brad Rostorfer, two of the bids received
either did not fit the bid parameters or
were incomplete and a third company
did not receive the notice for the bus
bids. The board rejected the original
bids and voted to restart the process.
Pawsitives included an excellent
graduation ceremony with speaker Roger
Arroyo; a successful school year with
improved test scores; and the School
Business Partnership Summit held May
26 at the high school for grades 9-11.

DELPHOS Jared Reichbaum has a long bucket


list, but hes already working on checking off one item:
saving a life.
As part of an effort to raise awareness about the need
for stem cell/bone marrow donation, Reichbaum is walking across America in a campaign called, appropriately
enough, Walking Across Amarrowca.
Sitting in a rocking chair outside of Westrich Home
Furnishings in Delphos, he related how it is that he came
to be here, in Ohio, a long way from Fort Lauderdale
where he works as a deckhand on yachts in the Atlantic
Ocean.
As with many life-changing epiphanies, Reichbaums
came about through a loved one; his friend, Jocelyn.
Diagnosed with a rare blood disorder that developed
into aplastic anemia, Jocelyn became one of some
15,000 Americans in need of a bone marrow transplant.
With less than three percent of Americans registered as
donors and with the odds of a match set at 540:1, the
odds were against her. While visiting her in California,
the pair discussed the future, their dreams and goals and
their bucket lists. They challenged each other, a friendly
wager between friends as to who could check off the
most items.

See KRIEGEL, page 13

See WALKING, page 13

Kriegel new high school English teacher


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

Walking Amarrowca

Classifieds 10 | Entertainment 11 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-8 | Relay for Life info 14-15 | Weather 2
Delphos Girl Scout Troop would like to
raise money for their Silver Award.
They are asking for donations to help
purchase items or donated items needed for
several Disaster Kits. Item in need can be
slightly used such as pots, plates, utensils,
cups, blankets and flashlights.
New items needed would be toothbrushes,

soap, washcloths, towels, hygiene kits, diapers, any food gift cards, razors and batteries.
The collection and bake sale will be held
from 2-4 p.m. Saturday at Chief Supermarket.
If unable to donate at this time or if any
questions, call Troop Leader Diana Hoffman
at 419-236-7584.

A college fund has been


established for Kaden Cross
at First Federal Bank. Cross
lost his father to cancer last
month.
Make sure donations are
designated for the college
fund.

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2015 Published in Delphos, Ohio

Volume 145, No. 239

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FROM THE ARCHIVES

OBITUARIES

One Year Ago


Members of the Kiwanis Club of Delphos, Marbletown Festival Committee and city workers volunteered their time and installed a new slide at Garfield Park Saturday morning. The
crew gathered at 8 a.m. to start work on the slide and mulch areas of the park.
25 Years Ago 1990
Efforts are under way to use the Old Commercial Bank Building, corner of Main and Third
streets, as a cultural center for Delphos. The first project toward that goal is to establish at the
building a gallery of old photographs and artifacts illustrating the heritage of Delphos and the
Miami-Erie Canal.
Four Ottoville Ohio Child Conservation Leagues held a joint installation meeting at Lock
16, Ottoville. Installed as president for Miss and Master was Jean Hilvers; president for
Growing Together League, Edith Knippen; for Moments So Precious League, Sue Beining; and
for Limited Edition League, Elaine Schimmoeller.
Four members of the Landeck Youth Group will be part of a contingent leaving Saturday to
do mission work in Haiti. Glen Renner, Dan Miller, Janet Bockey and advisor David Stearns
will join seven members of a St. Henry-area youth organization to work at schools, a nutrition
center, a home for the dying and an orphanage founded by Mother Teresa, and a mission that
feeds 18,000 meals a day to children at 120 mini-schools.
St. Johns students who were awarded for receiving a 4.0 grade point average include
Jennifer Altenburger, Eric Hoersten, Nicki Maas, Troy Miller, Mike Gable, Jerolyn Wilcox,
Matt Pohlman, Kelly Schroeder and Karen Shumaker. Schroeder also received the Knights of
Columbus Delphos-area Youth of the Year award. Pohlman was also awarded the 1990 Bausch
and Lomb Honorary Award.
Baton students of Tracey Miller recently participated in the World Twirling Associations
Twirling Competition. The show team group of Kristi Hellman, Carrie Ulm, Kim Laudick,
and Lisa Etzkorn won a second-place trophy in the Junior Division. Jessica Moorman, Mandy
Clark, Leslie Ulm, Allison Alt, Sherry Hellman and Dana German entered the show team event
in the juvenile division and also placed second.
50 Years Ago 1965
The winners of the second annual boys contest sponsored by Meyers IGA Foodliner have
been announced by Herman Meyer. They are Gerald Warnecke, Steven Dancer, Mike Carder,
and Philip Clark. The winner from the Fort Jennings IGA store was Terry Kleman. In all, there
will be 350 boys and 35 store owners who will go along on the trip to California which is the
prize for winning the contest.
See ARCHIVE, page 13

POLICE REPORTS
INFORMATION SUBMITTED
DELPHOS On May 29, officers took a
report from a female in the 900 block of East
Fifth Street who reported a telecommunication harassment incident. The female stated
that an ex-boyfriend was repeatedly calling
and texting her.
On May 29, a female complainant reported
that she had received two checks from a tenant
and both checks were rejected for insufficient
funds. The female who wrote the checks has
not been located and the case remains under
investigation.
On May 29, officers responded to the 900
block of Lima Avenue in reference to a juvenile assaulting his mother. Officers investigated the incident and found probable cause to
arrest the juvenile for domestic violence. He
was transported to the Allen County Juvenile
Detention Center.
On May 30, officers met with a male in the
300 block of North Main Street who reported
items stolen from his vehicle.
On May 30, officers took a report from
a female and her son reporting that another
male has been harassing her son. A report was
requested to obtain a protection order.
On June 1, officers responded to a business in the 1000 block of Elida Avenue in

reference to an attempted fraud incident. An


employee at the business received a call from
an unknown person attempting to get the
employee to make a fraudulent transaction
over the phone.
On June 1, officers took a report from an
employee working with a railroad crew in the
area of South Pierce Street. The employee
reported that an item was stolen while he had
left the area briefly.
On June 2, officers were sent to the 400
block of South Pierce Street in reference to
an unruly juvenile. Officers spoke with the
juveniles grandmother and received details
of the juveniles behavior. The report will be
reviewed by the juvenile court prosecutor.
On June 3, officers met with a female
complainant at the police department who
wanted to report that she was contacted by a
male who was previously told not to contact
her. The female requested a report for possible
prosecution.
On June 4, officers responded to the 200
block of Cherry Street in reference to items
missing from a residence. Upon arrival officers met with the homeowner who stated
that a live-in girlfriend had taken the items.
Officers advised the homeowner that it is a
civil issue that would have to be pursued in
civil court.

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Leroy Bilimek

January 3, 1959 - December 2014

Brothers and sisters invite family


and friends to join in a
celebration of Leroys life to be held
June 13th - 1:00pm
in the Pavilion at
Delphos Stadium Park

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Mix of sun
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Highs in the
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and lows in
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Afternoon
showers and
thunderstorms.

Showers and
thunderstorms late.

A few thunderstorms
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Highs in the
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2009 American Profile Hometown Content Service

Debra Jean (Fuerst)


Benner

Daniel Parsons

Oct. 15, 1947


June 3, 2015

DELPHOS Daniel
Parsons, 67, of Delphos,
passed away on Wednesday
June 3, 2015 at his residence.
He was born Oct. 15, 1947,
in Van Wert to Charles and
Merril (Manters) Parsons.
They preceded him in death.
He was united in marriage
to Susan Mericle on Aug. 28,
1987; she survives in Delphos.
He is also survived by two
daughters, Ashley (Shane)
Parsons Harter and Abbey
(Shay) Parsons Harter, both of
Delphos; a son, Brock Parsons
of Delphos; eight grandchildren, Zoe, Zane, Jace, Zaria,
Trace, Zaiti, Khloe and Avery;
and two sisters, Virginia Jen
(Steve) Tobias of Van Wert
and Victoria Parsons.
He was also preceded in
death by a brother, Charles
Shorty Parsons.
Daniel worked for Sonoco
Fiber Drum and I&K for several years. He was a member
of the Delphos Eagles Aerie
471. He liked to fish and go
camping; he especially liked
riding his Harley where he
obtained his nickname Pee
Wee. Most importantly, he
loved spending time with his
family. He was also in the
Navy, where he served in
Vietnam.
Funeral services will be
held at 7 p.m. on Friday at
Harter and Schier Memorial
Chapel, the Rev. Steve
Haskins officiating, with military graveside rites by the
Delphos Veterans Council.
Burial will be held privately at a later date.
Family and friends may
call from noon to 7 p.m. on
Friday at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Relay for
Life or the Ronald McDonald
House Charities.
To leave condolences
please go to www.harterandschier.com.

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Our office is very pleased and excited to
announce the addition of
Dr. Erica A. Unverferth to the team at
Okuley Dentistry.
Dr. Unverferth was born and raised in
Putnam County. She is a graduate of
Ottoville High School and received her
Bachelor and Doctor of Dental Surgery
degrees from The Ohio State University.
All of us at Okuley Dentistry look forward to welcoming
Dr. Unverferth as we continue to provide the excellence of dental care our
community of friends and patients have grown to expect.

Welcome aboard Dr. Unverferth!!

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Aug. 15, 1952-June 7, 2015


Debra Jean (Fuerst)
Benner, 62, of Delphos,
passed away Sunday at
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Sterling, 76, of Delphos, passed Corrections will be published
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surrounded by her loved ones.
She was born Feb. 15, 1939,
to Clarence and Harriette (Baer)
Butler, who preceded her in
death.
A girl, Harper Regina, was
She married Lonnie Sterling
on March 13, 1959, and was born May 29 at Blanchard
blessed with 56 years together. Valley Hospital to Brett and
Alicia Warnecke of New
He survives in Delphos.
Mrs. Sterling is also sur- Washington.
She is welcomed home by
vived by two daughters, Rhonda
(Dan) Altman and Kelly (Jaime) big sister Brylee.
Baeza both of Delphos; two
Grandparents are Mark and
grandchildren, Jamie (Steven) Elaine Warnecke of Delphos
Wiechart and Cody Teman; and Jim and Elaine Smith of
five great-grandchildren, Riley, New Riegel.
Jackson, Noah, Kayden and
Raelyn; one brother, Raymond
Butler of Defiance; and one sister, Diane Glasscock of Texas.
She was also preceded in
death by a son, Duane Sterling;
one grandson, Andrew Teman;
and two brothers, David Butler
and Clarence Buck Butler.
Visitation will be from 1-3
p.m. on Thursday, with funeral
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Visiting Nurses and Hospice or Restaurant and Lounge,
to the family.
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Gierhart, 70, formerly of travel to 327 S. Bredeick St.
Delphos, passed away Sunday in Delphos around 7:15 p.m.
at her residence in Sunrise to visit the former home of
world renowned astronoBeach, Missouri.
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Safe Routes project on hold
BY STEVEN
COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Staff Writer
sgriffis@delphosherald.com
ELIDA A lack of interest on the part of contractors in pouring sidewalk has
delayed the villages Safe
Routes to School project.
Through the program, the
federal government provides
funding for the construction
of sidewalks connecting with
school buildings.
At their meeting Tuesday
night, members of the
Elida Village Council heard
the news from Village
Administrator Dave Metzger.
I had a meeting today
with ODOT on our Safe
Routes to School project that
went out to bid last week,
Metzger advised council.
They had no bidders whatsoever. We could go back to
rebid it in July, but were 95
percent sure that we didnt
get a bidder on it the first
time, we wont the second

time, neither.
Metzger proposed combining the sidewalk work
incumbent in Safe Routes
with construction involved
during State Route 309
improvements scheduled for
next year. He added that,
with the level of sidewalk
and curbing improvements
planned during that project,
the village could expect to
not only receive bids, but
receive much more competitive bids than any that
might have come on the Safe
Routes project alone.
Council also, on emergency, approved an ordinance
allowing for an increase in
the number of part-time seasonal workers and part-time
police officers serving the
village. Although no specific
numbers were suggested for
seasonal workers, the number of part-time police officers will increase from five
to seven.
In other business, council:
heard the second read-

ing of an ordinance allowing


for three annual five-percent
rate increases, to take place
consecutively beginning in
mid-October of 2015, on
potable water rates within the
village
heard the second reading of an ordinance allowing
for three annual three percent
rate increases, to take place
consecutively beginning in
mid-October of 2015, on
wastewater rates within the
village.
heard the third reading and approved a resolution allowing ODOT the use
of all village right-of-ways
and easements during the
course of the states work on
improving State Route 309
next year.
heard the first reading of
an ordinance amending village codes to include a comprehensive plan.
The next regular meeting
of the Elida Village Council
is scheduled for June 23 at
7:30 p.m. in Town Hall.

Avian influenza: the what and


how and why of bird flu
BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Staff Writer
sgriffis@delphosherald.com

Customers check out produce at one of 11 vendors stalls during Saturdays Market Fest.
(DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

First Market Fest held

BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Staff Writer
sgriffis@delphosherald.com
Delphos In spite of gray skies and cool temperatures, Saturdays first Delphos Market
Fest successfully brought vendors and shoppers together on the grounds of Jubilee Winery
and Elite Naturescapes. Billed as a new age market, Market Fest joins traditional farmers
market appeal with craft fair nuances and is presented the first and third Saturday, June through
October, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The crowd was pretty steady and when I talked to the vendors, they were all pleased,
commented Tara Krendl, director of the Delphos Area Chamber of Commerce.
Teasing the next event in two weeks, Krendl remarked that members of the Delphos Area
Art Guild will attend and not only offer their art for sale, but conduct hands-on, interactive
workshops for children and adults.

In what is described as the worst outbreak


in American history, hundreds of commercial
and backyard poultry flocks have proven
infected by a highly pathogenic strain of avian
influenza. As a consequence, since it was first
detected in the U.S. in December of last year,
nearly 47 million turkeys, chickens and other
domestic birds have been euthanized and
states from Arkansas to New York, including
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HN which stands for the proteins hemagglutinin and neuraminidase variations presently known. Of these, several pose a threat to
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

June 11
Zachary Clarkson
Lexie Wannemacher
Lyndsey Wannemacher
Rhonda Kline
Phyllis Sterling
June 12
Ryan Conley
James Barnhart Sr.
Todd Bonifas
Heather Pavel
Donald Overholt Jr.
Vicki Vonderembse
Gordon Fairchild
June 13
Kay Ahten
Dorothy Ford
Terry Moreo

with Dr. Celeste Lopez

You know youre old


This of course, goes to love of selfies that I
also dont understand. It used to be that when
you took pictures it was to remember what
other people looked like, but now they just
want to know what they look like. At best
they will let you in the picture with them, sort
of enough of taking pictures of how great
I look, lets see how great I look if youre
beside me.
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fun of his selfie taking, snap-chatting ways.
He laughs at me when I text with my index
finger instead of my thumbs. I am archaic in
my communication skills. Perhaps the best
test of what generation you belong to is this:
When you look at this symbol #, what do
you think of? If you immediately think the
words number or pound, you are wise
and mature, but too old to recognize that that
symbol is now called a hashtag, and is used
to uselessly ramble your every thought to the
people who for some unknown reason care
about your ramblings.
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but thats okay. I may not be as technologically savvy as my son, but nobody can beat
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American Board of Pediatrics since 1992.
In 2003 she moved her practice, Wishing
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THURSDAY
9-11 a.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum,
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10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center,
301 Suthoff St.
3-7 p.m. The Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
8 p.m. American Legion Post 268, 415 N. State St.

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When you become an adult, you have


those moments where you realize that you
are getting old. At first, it only happens every
once in a while and it is somewhat funny.
Lately though, I have found that it happens
much more frequently and it isnt quite as
funny anymore.
No, seriously, I dont really mind that the
world is changing. There have been a lot of
innovations that have improved the world
in many ways. The world is definitely a different place for my son than it was for me.
When I was a kid, the height of convenience
was having a telephone cord long enough that
you could lie down on the floor while you
were talking. It was even better if it was long
enough to reach to another room so nobody
could listen to your conversation. I never
even dreamed of walking around with one
in my pocket. If someone had told me that
someday everyone in the family would carry
their own phone around, I wouldnt have
believed it.
Of course, I still dont like texting on my
phone. Dont get me wrong, Im fine with
texts like send me your address, or pick me
up at the school, I do not, however, enjoy
entire conversations by text. It still makes
more sense to just call somebody and actually talk. I mean, for petes sake, the phone
is already in my hand! Why am I belaboring
this slow back and forth texting when an
actual conversation would be quicker and
more productive?
I definitely dont understand my sons
love of snapchat. Basically, that involves taking a picture of yourself every time you send
a text. In the course of a text conversation,
they will virtually send dozens of pictures of
themselves to each other. Really? I could see
(kind of), sending one picture, but dozens?

TODAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam County Museum is open, 202 E.
Main St. Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center,
301 Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
4 p.m. Delphos Public Library board members meet at
the library conference room.
6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the St.
Johns Chapel.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.

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Next Generation
Jefferson High School 2015 scholarship winners

Ashley Arroyo
Grace College Grace
Scholarship
Grace College Clergy
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Grace College Diversity
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Alliance Church Scholarship

Kaitlyn Berelsman
BGSU Freshman
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Berelsman Family
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Mark Youngpeter
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Rene Schimmoller
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Eric Schier Science
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John Philip Sousa Award

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Austin Carder
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Ericca Jacomet
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Karen Cline
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Americas Farmers Grow
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Treyton Miller
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Andrea Geise
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Sarah Ellen Thitoff


Rhodes State College
Tech Prep Scholarship

Shayla Rice
UNOH Athletic Scholarship

Taylor Sheeter
BGSU Freshman
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Shannon Coil
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Club Scholarship

Jordan Blackburn
BGSU Freshman
Academic Scholarship

Rachael Baldauf
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Alyssa Fetzer
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Elisabeth Miller
Roland and Freda Brenneman
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Bailey Miller
Bluffton University
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Photography Scholarship
First Federal Bank
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Elizabeth Spring
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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

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dear 1,000,000 readers, can her it was across from Owens
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to pull your hair out when we were so she could send a
cop to get us out.
that happens.
Eventually, we found a
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softball stadium across the and an open door that
street from Jesse Owens shouldnt have been open!
Memorial Stadium and it to their indoor batting cage.
Everybody I told about it
took me a little longer than
the next morning got quite a
I wanted.
I finally got it done kick out of it and I hope you
around 10 p.m. shortly all do, too.
It was also a pretty nice
after the time the powerful
thunderstorm roared through weekend for the tracksters to
do their thing.
Columbus.
It can get to be a long
At about the same time,
another media guy I do not couple of days but I think the
who or know from where Tri-County area had its share
came in and asked me about of success and all the athletes
that were there whether
how we get out of there.
I wasnt thinking clearly they finished on the podium
at this time and told him to or did not get hardware
let me get my stuff packed up can be proud of being in the
Sweet Sixteen of their event.
and well get out of there.
For those of you who
When we got down to the
front gate, guess what? It was saw their scholastic careers
end at that meet, God speed
padlocked.
We both wondered around, and blessings on your future
trying to find an open gate to endeavors.
For those that are coming
get out and couldnt find one
back, lets do it again next
for about 10 minutes.
I decided to call the Ohio spring!
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Cougars pull away from Dogs

Metcalfes
Musings

Elida lefty Austin Morrison tosses a pitch toward home during ACME baseball
action versus Van Wert Tuesday at Sandy Field. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
By JIM METCALFE
throwing.
DHI Media Sports Editor
Elida southpaw Austin Morrison
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com
and Van Wert righty Josh brown were
locked in a 5-inning pitchers duel in
ELIDA No matter the time of their ACME Summer Baseball League
year one plays baseball, it still comes matchup Tuesday night at Ed Sandy
down to fundamentals, like fielding and Memorial Field at the Elida Athletic

Complex.
That is until the Elida defense began
to hurt itself too much with errors, leading to six Cougar runs in the last two
frames en route to a 7-2 victory.
Tied at 1-1 to begin the sixth, the
Cougars scored twice to break that
tie. With one down, Brown singled to
left, advanced on a groundout by Evan
Williams and scored the tie-breaking
run via a double to deep left by Nick
Gutierrez. In turn, the latter scored on
a bloop single into left center by Mason
Carr to make it 3-1.
Elida threatened in the home sixth
against Brown (6 hits, 2 unearned runs,
7 Ks, 3 BBs, 112 pitches - 73 for strikes).
The first two Josh Bull (hit by pitch)
and Dylan Holcomb (single) got on
board. However, they were left stranded.
The guests broke it open with four
in the seventh. Jake Covey walked to
start it and Cade Childs pinch-ran. Ryan
McCracken got aboard via a fielding
error. Caleb Fetzer bunted his way aboard
and a throwing error plated Childs and
moved the other two up a base. An out
later, Brown lined a run-scoring single
(McCracken) into center; a throwing
error got Fetzer home and Brown to
second, finishing Morrisons stint on the
mound (for Bull). Brown stole third. An
out later, Gutierrez blooped another RBI
hit into center for a 7-1 edge.

See ACME, page 8

Division III State Track & Field Results


FINAL RESULTS
Points 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1
Division III
New Records
OHSAA Div. 3: %
State Meet 3: #
Owens Stad.: @

Girls Team Rankings: St.


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Columbus Grove senior Bryce Sharrits finishes off the 800meter boys final Saturday in seventh place. (DHI Staff)
Liberty Center/Col. Academy 13,
Fredericktown/Margaretta
12,
Smithville/Ft. Loramie 11, Ottoville/
Wor. Christian 10, Wayne Trace/
River/Edgerton 9, Fairbanks/
Manchester/Marion Local 8, Lima
C.C./McDonald 7, Troy Christian/
Shroder/St. John Central/Warren
JFK 6, Calvert/Seneca East/
Riverdale/Rosecrans/N.
Mid.
Springfield/Rootstown 5, Jackson
Center/Waynedale/Liberty Union/
Day. Christian 4, Spencerville/
Lincolnview/Norwayne/Waterford/

Berkshire/Wynford/Fre. St. Joseph


C.C. 3, Steub. Cath. Cent./Africentric/
Mount Gilead/West Liberty-Salem/
Loudonville/Sher. Fairview 2,
Colonel Crawford/Hardin Northern
1.5, Xenia Christian/Paint Valley/No.
Baltimore/Monroeville 1.
Boys Team Rankings: Warren
JFK 48, Maplewood 37, Col.
Academy 28, Anna 27, Lincolnview/
Columbus Grove 20, Bluffton/
Archbold 19, St. Thomas Aquinas
15, Dawson-Bryant/Cin. Christian
14, Shenandoah/Cory-Rawson 13,

FINAL RESULTS
New Records
OHSAA Div. 2: %
State Meet 2: #
Owens Stad.: @
Girls Team Rankings: Liberty-

Valley 1.
Boys Team Rankings: Dunbar
64, Lake Cath. 40, Eastwood 29,
Akron SVSM 25, Streetsboro/
Stivers 22, Eastmoor Acad. 17,
Unioto/United/CVCA 16, University
School 15, Ontario 14, Chagrin
Falls 13, Pleasant/Miami Trace 12,
Chardon NDCL/Col. East 11, Van
Wert/Hartley/Wyoming/Linden
McKinley/Mid.
Madison/Padua
Franciscan/North Union 10, Mooney/
Poland Seminary/West Branch/
Cham. Julienne/Meadowdale/Zane
Trace/Valley View/Canton C.C./
Napoleon/Monroe/Rogers 8, Cal.
River Valley 7, Coldwater/Elyria
Catholic/Madeira/Clyde/Shelby/
Waynedale 6, Perry/Delta 5.5,
Centennial/Carrollton/Marlington/
Warren/Perkins/Cambridge
5,
Meadowbrook/Hubbard/Alter 4,
Elida/Bellevue/Liberty Union/W.S.
Northwestern/Wauseon/Carlisle/
Mil.
Edison/Triway/Lexington/
Huron/Brookville/Indian
Creek
3 66),ounty/Oak Harbor 2, Heath/
Carroll/Marion-Franklin 1.
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay: 1.
Alter 9:22.88; 2. Lexington 9:33; 3.
Liberty-Benton 9:35.56; 4. Chagrin
Falls 9:36.6; 5. Akron SVSM
9:38.36; 6. West Holmes 9:39.88; 7.
Bellevue 9:40.7; 8. Fenwick 9:42.21.
Boys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1.

Spencerville/Grandview Hts./Luth.
West/Montpelier 12, Loudonville/
Minster/McDonald 11, Newton
F a l l s / A r c a d i a / Ti n o r a / P i k e t o n /
Colonel
Crawford/Northmor/
Berkshire/Twin Valley So./Sum. Co.
Day/Ash. Crestview/Ridgewood 10,
Adena 9, Mineral Ridge/Riverdale/
Old Fort 8, Liberty-Benton 7, B.C.
Western Reserve/Tuscar. C.C./ South
Range/Antwerp/Fairbanks/Seneca
East/Trinity/West Liberty-Salem 6,
Russia/Hiland/Lake Center Chr./
South Central/Mogadore/Elmwood/
Paint Valley 5, Waynesfield-Goshen/
Cin. Co. Day/Africentric/Carey/
Miami East 4, Con. Crestview/
Huntington/East Canton/Toledo
Christian/Versailles/Tree of Life
Christian/Fisher
Catholic
3,
Newcomerstown/Hopewell-Loudon/
Pettisville/Berne
Union/Hardin
Northern/Gah. Chr. Acad/Covington/
Dixie 2, Sand. SMCC/Gilmour
Academy/Mechanicsburg/Edgerton/
Tri-County North 1.
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. St.
Thomas Aquinas 9:16.67; 2. Minster
9:18.37; 3. Gilmour Academy
9:22.23; 4. Canton C.C. 9:27.62; 5.
Russia 9:32.62; 6. Berkshire 9:34.87;
7. Liberty Center 9:34.88; 8. Col.
Academy 9:42.97.
Boys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1.
Maplewood 7:49.02; 2. Columbus
Grove (Alex Giesige 11, Colton
Grothaus 12, Boone Brubaker
10, Bryce Sharrits 12) 8:00.94; 3.
Riverdale 8:02.35; 4. St. Thomas
Aquinas 8:04.69; 5. Col. Academy
8:04.74; 6. Archbold 8:06.34;
7. Elmwood 8:10.56; 8. Piketon
8:13.26; 15. Lincolnview (Alex
Rodriguez 12, Colton Snyder 11,
Austin Elick 10, Bayley Tow 12)
8:27.02.
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33: 1.
M. McDermott Rittman 14.95; 2.
L. Francis Russia 15.2; 3. C. Flegal
Edgerton 15.49; 4. C. Cyrus N.
Mid. Spri 15.56; 5. S. Swackhamm
Rosecrans 15.65; 6. O. Quinter
Ft. Loramie 15.71; 7. G. Burchett
Fairbanks 15.88; 8. M.n Ernsberger
No. Baltimor 16.28; 12. Clista
Hellwarth 10 Parkway 16.32.
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles 39:
1. C. Zallow Warren JFK 13.91; 2.
Hunter Blankemeyer 11 Lincolnview
14.72; 3. J. Falasca B.C. Western
14.74; 4. C. Moore Shenandoah 14.8;
5. M. Hartway 12 Africentric 14.93;
6. D. Snyder 11 Montpelier 15.09;
7. C. Recker 11 Arcadia 15.19; 8. J.
Herbst 10 Fairbanks 15.34.

See DIII, page 8

Division II State Results


Benton 45, Meadowdale 32,
Lexington 28, Ottawa-Glandorf 26,
Alter 22, Orange/Eastmoor Acad
21, Orrville/Gar. Garfield 20, Akron
SVSM 19, Rossford 18, Kenton
Ridge 17, Versailles/Beaumont 16,
No. College Hill/Galion/Wauseon
15, Napoleon 13, West Holmes 12,
Port Clinton/Sandy Valley/Cham.
Julienne/Clyde/Steubenville/Cle.
JFK 10, Wheelersburg/Coldwater/
Cambridge 9, Poland Seminary/
Hughes/Chagrin Falls/Finneytown
8, John Glenn/Dunbar/Oakwood
7, Portsmouth/Carrollton/Salem/
Newton Falls/Buchtel/Cal. River
Valley/Defiance 6, Elida/Van
Wert/Luth.
West/Woodridge/
Hathaway
Brown/Elmwood/
Swanton 5, Bellefontaine/Piketon/
Jonathan Alder/Oak Harbor/CVCA
4, Chesapeake/Padua Franciscan/
Kirtland/Triway/Gallia Academy
3, Beachwood/Keystone/Heath/
Ursuline/Valley View/Mariemont/
Bellevue 2, Zane Trace/Fenwick/
Ontario/Carroll/Morgan/Buckeye

Akron SVSM 7:49.71; 2. Lake Cath.


7:50.27; 3. Eastwood 7:53.66; 4.
Chagrin Falls 7:55.55; 5. Dunbar
7:56.52; 6. University School
7:57.33; 7. Mil. Edison 7:57.62;
8. Carroll 8:01.07; 9. OttawaGlandorf (Sid Moening, Trevor
Ellerbrock, Brad Recker, Ben
Wischmeyer) 8:01.32.
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33:
1. C. Carter Eastmoor Aca. 14.09;
2. J. Smith No. College 14.285;
3. J. Harris Orange 14.29; 4. P.
Lee Napoleon 14.67; 5. E. Ruby
Wheelersburg 14.95; 6. K. Straus
Kirtland 15.0; 7. T. Hall Orrville
15.17; 8. S. Richards Hathaway Bro
15.2; 13. Melissa Knott OttawaGland 15.42.
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles 39: 1.
C. Wilt Miami Trace 13.8; 2. J. Scott
Dunbar 14.07; 3. L. Shelby Ontario
14.28; 4. E. Snell Cambridge 14.31;
5. D. Snowden Eastwood 14.52;
6. M. Plant Triway 14.59; 7. S.
Reynolds Eaton 14.76; 8. L. Knoch
Marlington 14.78; 14. Logan
McDermott Ottawa-Gland 15.431.

See DII, page 7

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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The Herald 7

Lancer, Cougar boys finish well at State Track


By JIM METCALFE and CHARLIE
WARNIMONT
DHI Media Sports Editors
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

COLUMBUS

The
Lincolnview and Van Wert boys had
their share of success at this weekends 108th annual Boys OHSAA
State Track and Field Meet.
On a Saturday morning that
started out cool and overcast at
Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium,
Lincolnviews crew of senior
Bayley Tow and junior Hunter
Blankemeyer accounted for their
fifth-place team finish in Division
III with 20 points.
Tow finished second in the 1,600
meter run (4:20.43); later in the day,
he was fifth in the 3,200-meter run
(9:29.96).
I was sixth last year in the
1,600, so this feels good to move
up to second. It seemed like a slow
first 800 meters I was hoping to
hit 2:08 but ended up 2:12 and
all I was trying to do was stay with
Mason Moore (Summit Country
Day); I knew what he was capable
of and he has a great kick like I do,
Tow began. Once we got to the
last 400 meters, all I was hoping
for was to finish strong. This was
what I came for; to move up on the
podium from last year in my mile
race. I thank God for what Ive
done and I just give credit to Mason
being a better runner. He ran a 4:19
before and ran 4:17.78 today; that is
impressive.
Later on, he slowly moved up
in the 3,200 as others he felt were
favored to do well fell back in getting his personal best in that event
as well.
I used a lot of strategy today.
I wanted to stay with the leaders
but not go out too fast and have

nothing left for the stretch run, he


continued. I think every runner is
aware of how they are running but
what surprised me was how some
of the guys I thought would be the
ones to be there at the end started
dropping back. That gave me a
lot of confidence that my strategy
was working and I still had plenty
left. I knew that Tristan (Dahmen 1st) and Logan (Smith - 2nd) were
going to be tough to beat because of
how well they run this event but I
was staying within striking distance
with the others. The times were
really fast and I just wanted to finish
strong in my last race.
His next competitive race will be
at Kent State University.
Im looking forward to that.
Some coaches were asking me if
I wanted to run next week in the
Midwest Meet of Champions at
Ohio Wesleyan University, he
added. I dont know if I will or
not; I will talk with my coaches here
and at Kent State to see. Either way,
I am ready to move on and start the
next chapter of my life.
Blankmeyer was second to now
3-time boys 110-meter high hurdles
winner Chad Zallow in 14.72.
I had the third-best time coming
into the finals, so I moved up from
the prelims. Im happy to be second: Zallow is such a great runner,
he said. I knew he was the guy to
beat and had all the pressure but I
like to feel a little pressure when
I run; it gets my anxiety going
and the adrenaline and I run better.
Zallow forced me to run my best
today.
Blankmeyer was also happy that
he was that much better this year; he
was 11th at last years State Meet as
a sophomore.
Thats a positive; I was just a little more relaxed but I also welcome

Lincolnview senior Bayley Tow shows the wear and tear of finishing
second in the boys 1,600-meter run and fifth in the 3,200-meter run
Saturday in the OHSAA State Track and Field Meet. (DHI Media/DHI
Staff Photos)

the nerves to get me going to begin


with, he concluded. Everything
worked well today; my hips were
under me perfectly and everything
else. With Chad gone after this
year, that spurs me on to get back
here and maybe take his place at the
top of the podium. Its such a great
experience to be here again; I was a
little sore after yesterdays prelims
but felt fine today.
In Division II, the Van Wert boys
finished tied for 18th with 10 points.
The boys 4x400-meter relay
of senior Quincy Salcido, senior
Hunter Perl, sophomore Kristofer
Hart and junior Keagan Hardmon
ended in a fourth-place finish in a
school-record 3:19.88.
I feel good about it, Hart began.
We got a new school record. It was
like three seconds better than yesterday, two or three seconds better
than yesterday (Friday).
Basically, we just ran our race
today, Hardmon chimed in. We
did the best we could do. Quincys
leg has been hurting for a while;
he has toughed through it. He is a
really good competitor.
I was just trying to pace behind
whomever was in third place. Crazy
stuff happened at the end; it got
really messy (with runners colliding
and falling). It was a great finish, I
thought. I was trying hard; my legs
were burning after that 400 already
I want to give props to our
two senior runners Quincy and
Hunter for sticking with us all
season, helping us run our best
times. I hope we are here again next
year to do it all over again. I want
to give it up to those two. I think
they deserve it, maybe a little better
placement. They definitely deserve
it more than anyone else here.

See LANCER, page 8

DII
(Continued from page 6)
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay: 1.
Alter 9:22.88; 2. Lexington 9:33; 3.
Liberty-Benton 9:35.56; 4. Chagrin
Falls 9:36.6; 5. Akron SVSM
9:38.36; 6. West Holmes 9:39.88; 7.
Bellevue 9:40.7; 8. Fenwick 9:42.21.
Boys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1.
Akron SVSM 7:49.71; 2. Lake Cath.
7:50.27; 3. Eastwood 7:53.66; 4.
Chagrin Falls 7:55.55; 5. Dunbar
7:56.52; 6. University School
7:57.33; 7. Mil. Edison 7:57.62;
8. Carroll 8:01.07; 9. OttawaGlandorf (Sid Moening, Trevor
Ellerbrock, Brad Recker, Ben
Wischmeyer) 8:01.32.
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33:
1. C. Carter Eastmoor Aca. 14.09;
2. J. Smith No. College 14.285;
3. J. Harris Orange 14.29; 4. P.
Lee Napoleon 14.67; 5. E. Ruby
Wheelersburg 14.95; 6. K. Straus
Kirtland 15.0; 7. T. Hall Orrville
15.17; 8. S. Richards Hathaway Bro
15.2; 13. Melissa Knott OttawaGland 15.42.
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles 39: 1.
C. Wilt Miami Trace 13.8; 2. J. Scott
Dunbar 14.07; 3. L. Shelby Ontario
14.28; 4. E. Snell Cambridge 14.31;
5. D. Snowden Eastwood 14.52;
6. M. Plant Triway 14.59; 7. S.
Reynolds Eaton 14.76; 8. L. Knoch
Marlington 14.78; 14. Logan
McDermott Ottawa-Gland 15.431.
Girls 100 Meter Dash: 1. M.
Butler Liberty-Bent 11.68; 2. J.
McDavid Kenton Ridge 12.072;
3. D. Cummings Cle. JFK 12.077;
4. L. Rice Steubenville 12.161; 5.
Madison Stechschulte Ottawa-Gland
12.169; 6. S. Green Buchtel 12.22;
7. A. Carnatha Ursuline 12.252; 8. J.
Smith No. College 12.254.
Boys 100 Meter Dash: 1. D.
Carter Streetsboro 10.66; 2. J.
Colangelo Canton C.C. 10.78; 3.
B. Harris CVC 10.82; 4. A. Burke
Col. East 10.89; 5. T. Johnso Stivers
10.90; 6. G. Hill Hubbard 10.93;
7. K. Galyk Pleasant 10.96; 8. D.
Chambers Carlisle 11.03.
Girls 4x200 Meter Relay: 1.
Meadowdale 1:42.35; 2. Beaumont
1:43.12; 3. Dunbar 1:43.44;
4. Ottawa-Glandorf (Danielle
Ellerbrock, Melissa Knott, Elissa
Ellerbrock, Madison Stechschulte)
1:43.72; 5. Eastmoor Acad.
1:44.35; 6. Akron SVSM 1:44.66;
7. Beachwood 1:45.16; 8. Galion
1:45.72.
Boys 4x200 Meter Relay: 1.
Dunbar 1:28.24; 2. Streetsboro
1:29.03; 3. Cal. River Valley
1:29.46; 4. Rogers 1:30.27; 5.
Akron SVSM 1:30.28; 6. Lake Cath.
1:30.43; 7. Norwayne 1:30.88; 8.
Poland Seminary 1:31.37.
Girls 1,600 Meter Run: 1. D.
Clairmon Lexington 4:53.08; 2. A.
Nichols Alter 4:53.29; 3. S. Kanney
Coldwater 5:03.18; 4. M. Bartel
Liberty-Bent 5:04.82; 5. T. Vernot
Wauseon 5:05.13; 6. J. Muhlenkamp
Triway 5:10.4; 7. S. Wargo Keystone
5:14.17; 8. J. Penrod Morgan
5:14.62.
Boys 1,600 Meter Run: 1. Ryan
Adams CVCA 4:07.12@; 2. J.
Bistritz Chagrin Fall 4:15.02; 3. M.
Stanovsek Chardon NDCL 4:15.04;
4. B. Bell Dunbar 4:17.93; 5. J.
Rossetti Akron SVSM 4:18.43; 6.
Q. Reiser Wauseon 4:19.82; 7. T.
Sievert Oak Harbor 4:22.17; 8. W.
Gardner Liberty Unio 4:24.49.
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay: Cham.
Julienne 48.7; 2. Galion 48.94; 3.
Meadowdale 49.33; 4. Beaumont
49.48; 5. Cle. JFK 49.62; 6. Oak
Harbor 49.99; 7. Steubenville 50.13;
8. Dunbar 50.21.
Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: 1.
Padua Franciscan 42.53; 2. Dunbar

42.7; 3. Poland Seminary 43.18; 4.


Monroe 43.42; 5. Eastmoor Acad.
43.48; 6. Bellevue 43.52; 7. Rogers
43.94; 8. Eastwood 45.78.
Girls 400 Meter Dash: 1. R.
Clay Rossford 55.29; 2. T. Lattimore
Hughes 56.79; 3. L. Shipley
Portsmouth 57.44; 4. M. Norman
Luth. West 57.61; 5. A. Ayoub
Jonathan Ald 57.73; 6. S. Wyse
Wauseon 58.12; 7. I. Davis Akron
SVSM 58.68; 8. R. Miller Ontario
58.87.
Boys 400 Meter Dash: 1.
Johnson Stivers 47.64; 2. W.
Lawrence Jr. Meadowdale 48.29;
3. A. Lewis Waynedale 48.58; 4.
Keagan Hardmon Van Wert 49.41;
5. G. Floyd Marlington 49.54; 6.
D. King Akron SVSM 49.64; 7.
Z. Rieman Clyde 49.66; 8. B. Fort
Marion-Frank 50.67; 10. Quincy
Salcido Van Wert 49.84.
Girls 300 Meter Hurdles 30: 1.
Jasmine Harris Orange 42.55#; 2. P.
Lee Napoleon 42.9; 3. J. Eby Orrville
44.57; 4. K. Zumbro John Glenn
45.16; 5. S. Richards Hathaway Bro
45.22; 6. Oiler Gallia Acade 45.38;
7. C. Fields Mariemont 45.87; 8. E.
Ruby Wheelersburg 46.01.
Boys 300 Meter Hurdles 36: 1.
Matt Ludwig Lake Cath. 37.18; 2. J.
Scott Dunbar 37.48; 3. R. Fillman
United 38.11; 4. E. Barber Eastmoor
Aca 38.15; 5. N. Coleman Alter
38.24; 6. K. McKinney Cham. Julien
38.48; 7. C. Wilt Miami Trace 38.88;
8. B. Partika Poland Semin 38.95.
Girls 800 Meter Run: 1. A.
Lehotay Sandy Valley 2:13.76; 2.
L. Recker Liberty-Bent 2:14.39;
3. Elissa Ellerbrock Ottawa-Gland
2:15.52; 4. Clark West Holmes
2:16.44; 5. A. Nichols Alter 2:17.08;
6. A. Jancewicz Padua Franci
2:17.71; 7. K. Davis Carrollton
2:18.08; 8. C. Kallet Carroll 2:18.56.
Boys 800 Meter Run: 1. B. Bell
Dunbar 1:54.53; 2. T. Hoodlebrink
Eastwood 1:55.5; 3. N. Cedillo
Madeira 1:56.17; 4. M. Stanovsek
Chardon NDCL 1:56.3; 5. N.
Gannon University S 1:56.35; 6.
M. Lewis Indian Creek 1:56.5; 7.
N. Smith Eastwood 1:56.94; 8. L.
Wallace Mil. Edison 1:57.32.
Girls 200 Meter Dash: 1. M.
Butler Liberty-Bent 24.27; 2. R.
Clay Rossford 24.89; 3. J. Smith
No. College 24.91; 4. Madison
Stechschulte Ottawa-Gland 25.02;
5. C. Carter Eastmoor Aca 25.07;
6. S. Green Buchtel 25.1; 7. L. Rice
Steubenville 25.32; 8. J. McDavid
Kenton Ridge 25.41.
Boys 200 Meter Dash: 1. K.
Galyk Pleasant 21.55; 2. T. Johnson
Stivers 21.65; 3. A. Burke Col. East
21.69; 4. T. Willis Dunbar 21.77;
5. K. Jones Streetsboro 22.11; 6. J.
Vires Monroe 22.14; 7. D. Chambers
Carlisle 22.21; 8. M. Ludwig Lake
Cath. 22.45.
Girls 3,200 Meter Run: 1. D.
Clairmon Lexington 10:50.09; 2.
T. Vernot Wauseon 11:01.98; 3. E.
Ordeman Oakwood 11:02.75; 4. C.
Ubersax Orange 11:03.46; 5. M.
Hostetler West Holmes 11:07.45; 6.
A. Zimmer Chagrin Fall 11:08.08;
7. S. Kanney Coldwater 11:13.94; 8.
M. Vaughn Oakwood 11:16.87.
Boys 3,200 Meter Run: 1. B.
Stites Wyoming 9:25.09; 2. K.
Bussard Valley View 9:27.31; 3. D.
Seas Coldwater 9:28.88; 4. J. Trojan
University S 9:29.41; 5. J. Rossetti
Akron SVSM 9:30.6; 6. N. Stricklen
Lexington 9:31; 7. W. Gardner
Liberty Unio 9:37.6; 8. B. Cortelletti
Ontario 9:37.74.
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay: 1.
Akron SVSM 3:55.63; 2. Versailles
3:56.7; 3. Meadowdale 3:58.73;
4. Ottawa-Glandorf (Danielle
Ellerbrock, Alex Verhoff, Madison
Stechschulte, Elissa Ellerbrock)

3:58.99; 5. CVCA 4:00.02; 6.


Beaumont 4:01.95; 7. Orrville
4:01.97; 8. Oak Harbor 4:04.52.
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1.
Lake Cath. 3:19.41; 2. Eastmoor
Acad. 3:19.45; 3. Dunbar 3:19.49;
4. Van Wert (Quincy Salcido 12,
Hunter Perl 12, Kristofer Hart 11,
Keagan Hardmon 11) 3:19.88; 5.
Clyde 3:20.33; 6. Elida (Gaerid
Littler 11, Brian Upshaw, Sam
Quaintance, Clark Etzler) 3:20.77; 7.
Eastwood 3:21.1; 8. Heath 3:21.46.
Girls Discus: 1. Jones Gar.
Garfield 141-1; 2. Kreatsou Poland
Semin 137-8; 3. A. Wright Salem
136-9; 4. K. Dewey Elmwood 133-1;
5. A. Wilson Carrollton 128-8; 6. K.
Barreca Newton Falls 128-1; 7. M.
Mallory Port Clinton 126-4; 8. Anna
Bellman Ottawa-Gland 125-0;
14. Alexis Dowdy Van Wert 112-0.
Boys Discus: 1. T. Detillion
Unioto 187-9; 2. S. Meece Napoleon
174-7; 3. T. Achladis Elyria Catho
171-4; 4. T. Dodd Carrollton 167-6;
5. D. Penza Mooney 167-6; 6. Z.
Harkey Huron 164-11; 7. P. Sullivan
Bay 157-0; 8. M, Pilkey Warren
153-11.
Girls High Jump: 1. P.
Wollenslegel Clyde 5-7; 2. Y.
Rhymer-Stu Finneytown 5-7; 3. M.
Gwinner Galion 5-5; 4. J. Smith
Swanton 5-4; 5. (tie) L. Bishop
Liberty-Bent, L. Ritz Cambridge and
A. Spaulding Chesapeake 5-2; 8. M.
Hilt Buckeye Vall 5-2.
Boys High Jump: 1. J. Floyd
Linden McKin 6-10; 2. Z. Robbins
West Branch 6-9; 3. C. Stine Shelby
6-9; 4. C. Ifedi Centennia 6-8; 5. C.
Burrows Perkins 6-6; 6. B. Stout

Brookville 6-4; 7. L. Sommer Sandy


Valley 6-4; 8. E. Triplet Rogers 6-4.
Girls Long Jump: 1. Henderson
Meadowdale 17-10.5; 2. McDavid
Kenton Ridge 17-8.5; 3.Allen
Defiance 17-6.25; 4. Albert
Woodridge 17-5.5; 5. Ruby
Wheelersburg 16-9.75; 6. Carter
Eastmoor Aca 16-9.75; 7. Zumbro
John Glenn 16-8.75; 8. Watts
Steubenville 16-8.
Boys Long Jump: 1. Hart Hartley
23-3.25; 2. Fillman United 22-7.25;
3. Snowden Eastwood 22-4; 4.
McKinney Cham. Julien 22-3.75; 5.
McCaughan Meadowbrook 22-2; 6.
R. Bell University S 22-0; 7. Barney
Vinton Count 21-8.5; 8. Burrows
Perkins 21-7.5.
Girls Shot Put: 1. Svonavec Gar.
Garfield 44-1.25; 2. Mallory Port
Clinton 43-2.5; 3. Massey Cambridge
42-2.25; 4. Alexis Dowdy Van Wert
41-7.25; 5. Johnson Bellefontain
41-1.25; 6. Harris Newton Falls
40-9; 7. McJunkins Heath 40-6.75;
8. Leugers Coldwater 39-8.75;
14. Anna Bellman Ottawa-Gland
37-1.
Boys Shot Put: 1. Soviak North
Union 61-6.5; 2. Petzel Zane Trace
60-8.75; 3. Detillion Unioto 59-3.5;
4. Penza Mooney 58-5.25; 5. Krull
Ontario 57-6.5; 6. Gehrisch Ontario
57-3.25; 7. Cooper United 57-0; 8.
Jones Hubbard 54-6.
Girls Pole Vault: 1. Plybon
Orrville 12-8; 2. Frantz Versailles
12-4; 3. Amato Cal. River V 12-0;
4. Tori Bowen Elida 11-05; 5. Reed
Piketon 10-8; 6. Swisher LibertyBent 10-8; 7. Dima Valley View
10-8; 8. Pflaumer Zane Trace 10-4.

Boys Pole Vault: 1. Coty Cobb


Mid. Madison 16-6.25%; 2. Ludwig
Lake Cath. 15-8; 3. (tie) Lauria
Perry and Frake Delta 15-4; 5.
Wigal Warren 15-0; 6. Sadzewicz

W.S. Northwe 14-8; 7. Kirkpatrick


Coshocton 14-8; 8. Waterman
Cal. River V 14-4; 13. Collin
Laubenthal Ottawa-Gland 13-6.

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INFORMATION
SUBMITTED

COLUMBUS The
Ohio High School Athletic
Association has announced
the football divisions, playoff
regions, statewide composite schedules and additional information for the 714
schools that will compete this
fall around Ohio.
Practice begins Aug. 1 and
regular-season games begin
the week of Aug. 24. The regular season ends Oct. 31, with
224 playoff spots 32 in each
of seven divisions awarded
Nov. 1. The state championships return to Ohio Stadium
in Columbus December 3-5.
Divisions
OHSAA football divisions are based on school
enrollment data provided
by the Ohio Department of
Education of males in grades
9, 10 and 11 as of October
2014.
Division I 72 schools
with male enrollment of 627
and more:
Division II 107 schools

ACME

with male enrollment of 423626: Lima Senior (Region 4).


Division III 107 schools
with male enrollment of 271422: Elida (Region 8).
Division IV 107 schools
with male enrollment of 201270: Van Wert (Region 12).
Division V 108 schools
with male enrollment of
150-200: Ottawa-Glandorf
(Region 16); Coldwater (R
16).
Division VI 107 schools
with male enrollment of
107-149: Jefferson (Region
22); Spencerville (R 22);
Columbus Grove (R 20);
Marion Local (R 22).
Division VII 106 schools
with male enrollment of 106
and less: St. Johns (Region
26); Crestview (R 26).
Complete enrollment data:
http://www.ohsaa.org/members/hsenroll15.htm
Playoff Regions
Division I has two regions,
while Divisions II through VII
have four regions. Schools in
the same division within the
same county are kept in the
same region. The regional

boundaries are drawn so that


an equal number of schools
are in each region.
Regional Maps (7 page
PDF): http://www.ohsaa.
org/sports/ft/boys/2015/
RegionalMaps.pdf
Playoff Format
During the playoffs,
Divisions II, III, V and VII
will play on Fridays at 7:30
p.m. Divisions I, IV and VI
will play on Saturdays at 7
p.m. Playoff pairings and
game sites are announced
each Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
The higher-seeded teams host
first-round games.
The OHSAA selects neutral sites for the second, third
and fourth rounds. The state
championships return to Ohio
Stadium in Columbus Dec.
3-5. Of the divisions that play
their playoff games on Friday
night, one division will play
its state championships game
Dec. 3. The other three divisions will play Dec. 4. The
three divisions that play their
playoff games on Saturdays
will play their state championship games Dec. 5.

Weekly Computer Points


On Tuesday afternoons
beginning Sept. 22, the
OHSAA will release the
updated football computer
ratings, leading up to the final
report released on the morning of Nov.r 1. In Division I,
the top 16 teams in both
regions qualify for the
playoffs. In Divisions II
through VII, the top eight
teams in all four regions
qualify.
How the Computer Points
are Calculated: http://www.
ohsaa.org/sports/ft/boys/
rankcalc.htm
Statewide
Football
Schedules
Schools entered their varsity football schedules by
May 15. Changes or additions
can be made up until Oct. 15.
Statewide schedules, sorted
alphabetical by school and
also week-by-week are posted on the OHSAAs football
page at: http://www.ohsaa.
org/sports/ft/boys/default.asp
Or search by school at:
http://schedules.myohsaa.
org/

(Continued from page 6)


Elida finally got its first base-runner 1b 4-0-0-0, Josh Brown p 4-2-2-1, Evan Williams
Lincolnview junior Hunter Blankmeyer chased 2-time
4-0-1-0, Nick Gutierrez ss 3-1-2-2, Mason Carr
with two down in the home third on an rf
lf 4-0-2-1. Totals 32-7-10-4.
defending State champion (eventually the winner) Chad
error. Morrison doubled to right center
ELIDA (2)
Zallow (and earns second in the 110-meter high hurdles
Austin Morrison p/cf 4-1-2-0, Cade Parker ss
The Bulldogs got one back in the and Cade Parker walked to load them
Saturday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. (DHI Staff) last of the seventh. Morrison got a bad- up. However, Anderson flied out to deep 2-0-0-0, Moon ph 1-0-0-0, Owen Anderson cf/lf
4-0-2-0, Derek Snider dh 3-0-0-0, Brady Gibson c
hop double to right, pinch-hitter Moon center to leave the bases juiced.
0-0-0-0, Josh Bull rf/p 3-0-0-1, Dylan Holcomb 3b
Mason Carr doubled down the left- 4-0-1-0, Noah Mosley 1b 2-0-0-0, Noah Meeker
(Continued from page 7) ers and they worked out with was safe on catchers interference and
me. They know I want to get Owen Anderson beat out an infield hit field line with two down in the guest 1b 1-0-0-0, Cam Moore lf/rf 3-0-1-0, Scotty
McDonnell 2b 2-1-0-0. Totals 29-2-6-1.
Usually I try to put my faster for football and they to short. An out later, Bull bounced out fourth.
Score by Innings:
Derek Snider led off the Bulldog
team in the best position pos- finally talked me into going to third to get Morrison in but Holcomb
Van Wert 1 0 0 0 0 2 4 - 7
grounded
out
to
shortstop
Gutierrez
to
fourth
with
a
free
passes,
stole
second
sible; I know their capabil- out for track to do just that.
Elida 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 - 2
and moved to third on a 1-out bounceities and what each one of
My first 400, I ran in 53 end the game.
E: Covey, McCracken, Gutierrez, Morrison,
Anderson, Holcomb, Meeker, McDonnell; LOB:
The Cougs got it going right off out.
them can do; I see the poten- seconds. To see how far Ive
The hosts tied it in the bottom half. Van Wert 9, Elida 10; 2B: Morrison 2, Gutierrez,
tial in all of them, Salcido come from then to now is the bat in the top of the first against
Morrison: leadoff single to center by Cam Moore beat out an infeld single Carr; SB: Stoller, Brown, Snider; POB: Moore (by
observed. I have been run- really due to Quincy.
McCracken); Sac: Covey, Gutierrez, .
ning with Hunter since eighth
On the Lady Cougar side, Ryan Stoller, Covey sacrifice bunt, a up the middle but was caught napping
IP H R ER BB SO
grade; this is our last race senior Alexis Dowdy was stolen base and a 2-out passed ball on off first by catcher McCracken. Scotty
VAN WERT
here at Jesse O and you have fourth in the shot put with a a called third strike on Fetzer, allowing McDonnell walked, advanced on a wild
Brown (W) 7.0 6 2 0 3 7
ELIDA
him to reach safely and plating Stoller pitch and an out later scored on an
to give it your all. If you toss of 41-7 1/4.
Morrison (L) 6.1 7 2 1 4
error on Parkers grounder.
die, it happens; I almost trust
I was fourth last year and for a 1-0 edge.
Bull 0.2 1 0 0 0 0
The Cougars left runners on first
The Cougars visit Crestview tonight.
these guys with my life. That threw 42-3 1/4. I didnt throw
WP: Brown, Morrison; HBP: Bull (by Brown),
(Stoller)
and
second
(Williams)
in
the
last 100 is the hardest part; its very well Friday in the disStoller (by Morrison); BB: Covey, Parker, Snider,
VAN WERT (7)
all mental trying to keep your cus and wanted to make the second.
Ryan Stoller cf 3-1-1-0, Jake Covey 2b 2-0- McDonnell; Pitches-Strikes: Brown 112-73;
Van Wert wasted a leadoff single to 0-0, Cade Childs pr 0-1-0-0, Ryan McCracken c Morrison 98-67, Bull 15-8.
form. I just have to finish and podium in this event today
4-1-1-0, Caleb Fetzer 3b 4-1-1-0, Gavin Gardner
get the baton to Hunter very badly; this is my favor- right center by McCracken in the third.
you just have to do it.
ite, Dowdy noted. My first
Earlier,
the
junior throw in the prelims today,
Hardmon used that training it was perfect: my spin, my
to run a 49.41 to take fourth speed, my technique. I know
(Continued from page 6)
3. A. Sparks Maplewood 4:21.74; 4.
County N 40.81.
130-10; 5. N. Fogt Jackson Cent
in the boys 400-meter race.
it was in the neighborhood
D. Morrison Maplewood 4:24.13;
Girls 800 Meter Run: 1. Kal.
127-4; 6. L. Froehlich St. John Cen
Girls 100 Meter Dash: 1. T. 5. S. Farmer Piketon 4:24.58; 6. J. Soehnlen St. Thomas A 2:16.07; 2.
124-9; 7. I. Domitrovich McDonald
I was hoping for a 48 of 45 feet but I fouled. After
Miami Valley 12.2; 2. B.
Conrad East Canton 4:26.28; 7. N. C. Francis Minster 2:16.82; 3. J. 122-11; 8. Shania Johnson 12
but being fourth is OK, that, I was nervous because Middleton
Holbrook Upper Scioto 12.31; 3. A. Bame Hardin North 4:26.5; 8. A.J.
Slonkosky Minster 2:17.69; 4. M. Spencerville 121-4.
Hardmon explained. This is I didnt want to foul again. I Caldwell River 12.48; 4. K. Reynolds Trent Ash. Crestvi 4:28.91.
Smith Calvert 2:18.3; 5. S. Mangette
Boys Discus: 1. C. Smith
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. St.
Liberty Unio 2:18.68; 6. J. Alvey McDonald 191-2; 2. S. Watkins
my first year of running track. just was too careful and never Gibsonburg 12.55; 5. A. LaMonica
Warren JFK 12.58; 6. M. Johnston Thomas Aquinas 50.2; 2. Col. S.
St. John Cen 2:19.4; 7. K. Kakascik Arcadia 169-10; 3. B. Palo Newton
I played football with the oth- got it back.
Toledo Chris 12.66; 7. M. Freyhof Girls 50.29; 3. Shroder 50.61; 4.
Steub. Cath. 2:19.86; O. Kundo
Falls 168-1; 4. C. Kinney South

DIII

West Liberty 12.67; 8. M. Goings


10 Wayne Trace 12.69; 15. Kacie
Mulholland 12 Spencerville 12.86.
Boys 100 Meter Dash: 1. Chad
Zallow Warren JFK 10.55%; 2. J.
Coates Warren JFK 10.8; 3. J. Alessi
South Range 10.97; 4. T. Hatfield
Paint Valley 11.03; 5. D. Jordan Cin.
Co. Day 11.03; 6. L. Wyse Archbold
11.04; 7. K. Antwine Cin. Christi
11.11; 8. C. Jones Jr Tree of Life
11.12.
Girls 4x200 Meter Relay: 1.
St. Thomas Aquinas 1:44.19; 2.
Archbold 1:44.61; 3. Minster 1:45.69;
4. Wor. Christian 1:46.3; 5. Wayne
Trace 1:46.92; 6. Norwayne 1:47.15;
7. Spencerville (Jacey Grigsby 11,
Gabrielle Goecke 9, Kennedy Sharp
11, Kacie Mulholland 12) 1:47.6; 8.
Fairbanks 1:48.1; 10. Columbus
Grove (Raiya Flores 11, Kristin
Wynn 12, Linnea Stephens 11,
Bailey Dunifon 9) 1:48.88.
Boys 4x200 Meter Relay: 1.
Bluffton 1:30.76; 2. Cory-Rawson
1:31.2; 3. Trinity 1:31.84; 4. Lake
Center Chr. 1:31.93; 5. WaynesfieldGoshen 1:32.02; 6. Loudonville
1:32.03; 7. Minster 1:32.18; 8.
Hopewell-Loudon 1:32.35; 13.
Con. Crestview (Sage Schaffner 11,
Dylan Grandstaff 10, Nick Springer
9, Zack Jellison 12) 1:33.87;
15. Spencerville (Andrew Emery 12,
Zach Goecke 11, Trevor McMichael
12, Calvin Wilson 10) 1:39.12.
Girls 1,600 Meter Run: 1.
A. Welsh St. Thomas A 4:58.87;
2. Chloe Flora Botkins 5:02.11;
3. Hannah Markel Gilmour Acad
5:04.72; 4. Rachel Reolfi Canton
C.C. 5:09.34; 5. Emily Sreenan
Lima C.C. 5:11.34; 6. E. Richmond
Wynford 5:11.97; 7. M. Mitchell
McDonald 5:13.05; 8. G. Norman
Xenia Christ 5:14.09.
Boys 1,600 Meter Run: 1. M.
Moore Sum. Co. Day 4:17.78; 2.
Bayley Tow 12 Lincolnview 4:20.43;

Minster 50.8; 5. Wayne Trace 51.03;


6. Edgerton 51.28; 7. Africentric
51.41; 8. Rootstown 51.94 12.
Columbus Grove (Raiya Flores 11,
Bailey Dunifon 9, Linnea Stephens
11, Sarah Schroeder 12) 51.51;
14. Spencerville (Jacey Grigsby 11,
Kennedy Sharp 11, Gabrielle Goecke
9, Kacie Mulholland 12) 51.8.
Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: 1.
Ridgewood 43.962; 2. Loudonville
43.965; 3. Bluffton 44.07; 4. Tinora
44.14; 5. Grandview Hts. 44.57; 6.
Anna 44.59; 7. Covington 44.68; 8.
Montpelier 45.13.
Girls 400 Meter Dash: 1. Micah
Johnston Toledo Chris 56.85; 2. J.
Rizk Col. Academy 57.45; 3. C.
Reynolds Gibsonburg 57.63; 4.
M. Poorman Smithville 57.98; 5.
R. Carr Day. Christi 58.73; 6. L.
Heaton Russia 58.75; 7. K. Reynolds
Gibsonburg 59.43; 8. K. Smith
Monroeville 60.2.
Boys 400 Meter Dash: 1. K.
Storm Berkshire 48.97; 2. N.
Knudsen Luth. West 49.57; 3. L.
Wyse Archbold 49.83; 4. B. Olewiler
Ash. Crestvi 50.19; 5. J. Buckner
Col. Academy 50.31; 6. M. Troyer
Hiland 50.496; 7. Z. Maust Berne
Union 50.5; 8. J. Fisher Archbold
51.45.
Girls 300 Meter Hurdles 30:
1. M. McDermott Rittman 44.55;
2. W. Bornhorst Botkins 45.2;
3. M. Meiring Minster 45.44; 4.
G. Burchett Fairbanks 45.51; 5.
O. Quinter Ft. Loramie 46.02; 6.
A. Caldwell River 46.25; 7. A.
Schwarzbek Sher. Fairvi 46.27; 8. S.
Swackhamm Rosecrans 46.69.
Boys 300 Meter Hurdles 36:
1. C. Zallow Warren JFK 39.06;
2. C. Moore Shenandoah 39.57; 3.
K. Evans West Liberty 39.7; 4. J.
Herbst Fairbanks 39.79; 5. A. Spies
Cin. Christi 39.842; 6. M. Norman
Toledo Chris 39.84; 7. E. Brakefield
Pettisville 40.37; 8. A. Johnson Tri-

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Middleton Miami Valley 24.87; 2. B.
Holbrook Upper Scioto 24.93; 3. M.
Poorman Smithville 25.631; 4. M.
Johnston Toledo Chris 25.632; 5. C.
Reynolds Gibsonburg 25.73; 6. M.
Kleinschmi Fre. St. Jos 25.76; 7. A.
LaMonica Warren JFK 25.77; 8. R.
Adams St. Thomas A 25.96.
Boys 200 Meter Dash: 1. J.
Coates Warren JFK 21.71; 2. K.
Antwine Cin. Christi 21.83; 3.
L. Wyse Archbold 22.18; 4. M.
Warnimont Cory-Rawson 22.24;
5. E. Wolf Minster 22.42; 6. Zack
Jellison Con. Crestvi 22.59; 7. C.
Jones Jr Tree of Life 22.69; 8. Baily
Clement 11 Columbus Gro 22.88.
Girls 3,200 Meter Run: 1. B.
Atkinson Liberty Cent 10:45.2; 2.
A. Welsh St. Thomas A 11:08.02; 3.
R. Wentworth Garaway 11:11.3; 4.
H. Markel Gilmour Acad 11:12; 5.
H. Miller Canton C.C. 11:19.5; 6.
E. Sreenan Lima C.C. 11:22.2; 7. E.
Borchers Russia 11:23.5; 8. M. Pohl
Minster 11:49.06.
Boys 3,200 Meter Run: 1. T.
Dahmen Maplewood 9:16.99; 2. L.
Smith Mineral Ridg 9:18.16; 3. S.
Williamson Antwerp 9:25.88; 4. J.
Caniford St. Thomas A 9:26.6; 5.
Bayley Tow 12 Lincolnview 9:29.96;
6. A. Wood Fisher Catho 9:30.48; 7.
C. Johnson Colonel Craw 9:32.6;
8. A. Sparks Maplewood 9:33.57;
13. Mycah Grandstaff 12 Con.
Crestvi 9:50.57.
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay:
1. Minster (Cassie Jutte, Maggie
Meiring, Julia Slonkosky, Cassie
Francis) 3:55.16%; 2. Archbold
3:59.36; 3. Col. S. Girls 3:59.71;
4. St. Thomas Aquinas 4:02.67; 5.
Col. Academy 4:02.85; 6. McDonald
4:03.52; 7. Gilmour Academy
4:04.81; 8. Russia 4:08.28.
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Col.
Academy 3:21.53; 2. Anna 3:23.24;
3. Columbus Grove (Baily Clement
11, Bryce Sharrits 12, David Bogart
12, Alex Giesige 11) 3:24.13; 4.
Minster 3:25.86; 5. Luth. West
3:26.49; 6. Elmwood 3:26.64; 7.
Riverdale 3:26.69; 8. HopewellLoudon 3:27.79.
Girls Discus: 1. H. Averesch
Leipsic 148-11; 2. Lynea Diller 11
Columbus Gro 148-0; 3. D. Young
Trinity 144-7; 4. C. Pauley Riverdale

Centra 157-1; 5. A. Pleasants


Dawson-Bryan 155-2; 6. Rece
Roney 10 Columbus Gro 154-7; 7.
N. Colby Russia 154-2; 8. E. Hurtt
Adena 150-10; 12. Evan Pugh 11
Spencerville 146-0.
Girls High Jump: 1. Brooke
Mangas 10 Ottoville 5-8; 2. T.
Burns Manchester 5-7; 3. A. Bailey
Margaretta 5-6; 4. B. Rettstat
Wor. Christi 5-4; 5. C. Webster
Fredericktow 5-4; 6. Hannah
McCleery 12 Lincolnview 5-4; 7.
R. Stake Loudonville 5-2; 8. K.
Hackworth Paint Valley 5-2.
Boys High Jump: 1. B. Adkins
Dawson-Bryan 6-8; 2. B. Hall Adena
6-6; 3. B. Stephens Anna 6-6; 4. T.
Trawick Piketon 6-6; 5. B. Olewiler
Ash. Crestvi 6-5; 6. D. York Russia
6-5; 7. M. Ramsey Gah. Chr. Ac 6-5;
8. D. Harvey Mechanicsbur 6-4.
Girls Long Jump: 1. T. Middleton
Miami Valley 18-4.5; 2. C. Webster
Fredericktow 17-11.75; 3. M.
Haddad Troy Christi 17-10.75; 4.
A. Thobe Marion Local 17-9; 5. M.
Johnston Toledo Chris 17-6.5; 6. M.
Sury Waterford 17-5; 7. J. Shipman
Mount Gilead 17-2; 8. O. Quinter Ft.
Loramie 16-9.75.
Boys Long Jump: 1. D.
Johnson Northmor 22-4.25; 2. D.
Snyder Montpelier 22-4; 3. Trevor
McMichael 12 Spencerville 22-0;
4. H. Vogel Tinora 21-1; 5. B.
Lawson Liberty-Bent 21-8.5; 6. D.
Shoemaker Huntington 21-6.75; 7.
I. Pritchard Dixie 21-6; 8. H. Snow
Sand. SMCC 21-3.5.
Girls Shot Put: 1. H. Averesch
Leipsic 43-4; 2. D. Young Trinity
42-8; 3. Lynea Diller 11 Columbus
Gro 42-2.5; 4. H. Hahler Seneca
East 39-3; 5. A. Moore Rootstown
39-2.5; 6. E. Mescher Marion Local
38-10.25; 7. K. Walter Garaway
38-6; 8. G. Rigel Leipsic 38-2.
Boys Shot Put: 1. A. Deaton Twin
Valley 56-9; 2. G. Varner Grandview
Ht 56-1.75; 3. Logan Vandemark
12 Spencerville 55-3.2; 4. K. Louk
Mogadore 55-1; 5. B. Palo Newton
Falls 54-7.5; 6. A. Combs LibertyBent 53-10; 7. B. Coil Hiland 53-7;
8. A. Yates McDonald 52-7.75.
Girls Pole Vault: 1. R. Dunn
Garaway 12-4; 2. M. Heckman
Minster 12-0; 3. K. Stimmel
Margaretta 12-0; 4. M. Hoffman St.
Thomas A 11-8; 5. S. Ice Waynedale
11-0; 6. A. Meyer Ft. Loramie 10-6;
7. (tie) M. Shepherd Hardin North
and C. Ruffener Colonel Craw 10-6.
Boys Pole Vault: 1. L. Konst
Anna 15-8; 2. A. Alexander Old
Fort 15-4; 3. C. Depinet Seneca East
15-0; 4. D. Soehnlen St. Thomas A
14-8; 5. M. Rose Miami East 14-0;
6. C. Wilson Bluffton 14-0; 7. R.
Stevens Newcomerstow 13-6; 8. C.
Etchen Edgerton 13-6.

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Next Generation
Jennings students accept $212,500 in scholarships

Alyssa Wiedeman
WSU Salutatorian
Scholarship
Cleveland Bakers Local
No. 19 Charitable,
Education and Recreational
Fund Scholarship
Medical Mutual Scholarship
Harter and Schier
Science Scholarship
Fort Jennings Community
Scholarship.

Evan John Ricker


Whole Person Scholarship

Keri Eickholt
UT Honors Awards
Scholarship
FJEA/Mary Lou Altenburger
Memorial Scholarship
Local/state Catholic Ladies
of Columbia Scholarships
The Iota Sigma Pi
BP Scholarship

Alexa Rode
Rhodes State College
Secondary Enrollment
Options Scholarship

Sarah Hellman
UD Presidents Merit
Scholarship

Connor Wallenhorst
BGSU Freshmen
Academic Scholarship
Fort Jennings Community
Scholarship

Mackenzie Landwehr
UT Honors Awards
Scholarship

Chad Wurst
BGSU Freshmen
Academic Scholarship
FJEA/Mary Lou Altenburger
Memorial Scholarship,

Honor rolls

Jefferson High School


4.0
Seniors
Kelli Kramer and Gaige Rassman.
Juniors
Trey Smith and Claire Thompson.
Sophomores
Benjamin Curth, Lindsey Jettinghoff,
Tristan Moore and Kaytlin Ward.
Freshmen
Jason Ditto, Sarah Miller, Aaron Stant
and Casey Williams.
3.5 - 3.9
Seniors
Ashley Arroyo, Rachael Baldauf,
Kaitlyn Berelsman, Karen Cline, Brenton
Erman, Alyssa Fetzer, Andrea Geise, Chase
Getz, Jenna Gilden, Harrison He, Devon
Krendl, Desteni Lear, Christen Makara,
Adrianna Miller, Bailey Miller, Elisabeth
Miller, Carter Mox, Tyler Ostendorf,
Heather Pohlman, Taylor Sheeter, Elizabeth
Spring and Emma Wurst.
Juniors
Rachel Carl, Riley Claypool, Michael
Cline, Samantha Farler, Brooke Gallmeier,
Mackenzie Harvey, Dalton Hicks, Dylan
Hicks, Noah Illig, Samantha Klint, Alexa
Marlow, Gage Mercer, Jessica Pimpas,
Adam Rode, Zacaria Scirocco, Easton
Siefker, Taylor Stroh and Sophia Wilson.
Sophomores

Cole Arroyo, Connor Berelsman,


Kelsey Berelsman, Hunter Binkley,
Jakob Blackburn, Danielle Dancer, Corey
Dudgeon, Sarah Fitch, Andrew Foust,
Mackenzie Hammons, Danielle Harman,
Alesha Harshman, Arianna Knebel, Victoria
Krendl, Quinn LeValley, Lauryn McCann,
Regan Nagel, Wyatt Place, Alexa Plescher,
Zoey Porter, Jace Stockwell, Hannah Stoll,
Kylie White, Bethany Williams and Kiya
Wollenhaupt.
Freshmen
Kaelin Anders, Brenen Auer, Devyn
Carder, Alyxis Carpenter, Jessie Chandler,
Kristina Claypool, Sarah Cline, Megan
Cooley, Cirstie Deckard, Holly Dellinger,
Jennifer Ditto, Jenna Dunlap, Kali
Edgington, Greta Fitch, Abbigail German,
Trey Gossman, Maggie Kimmett, Tyler
Klint, Alaina Kortokrax, Kali Lindeman,
Caleb Lucas, Kendall Marquiss, Devina
Menke, Brice Metzger, Jayden Moore,
Kaitlin Pohlman, Evan Poling, Parker
Poling, Meghan Ream, Alexander Rode,
Shayna Sanchez, Claire Sensibaugh,
Marissa Sheeter, Macy Wallace and Sara
Zalar.
3.0 - 3.49
Seniors
Samantha Branham, Austin Carder,
Donavon Catlett, Shannon Coil, Brooke

Culp, Nick Fitch, Derek Foust, Molly


Geise, Kelsie Gerdeman, Alex Haehn,
Jacob Hamilton, Cameron Jones, Shelby
Koenig, Aaron Parkins, Warren Poling,
Jordyn Radler, Alex Redmon, Shayla Rice,
Jesse Stemen and Arielle Thompson.
Juniors
Nathan Aldrich, Joren Backus, Corbin
Betz, Tristan Fetzer, Cole Gasser, Ryan
Goergens, Bailey Gorman, Eli Kimmett,
Austin Lucas, Emily Marks, Bria McClure,
Austin Metzger, Tatiana Olmeda, Madison
Smith, Christian Stemen and Sophia
Thompson.
Sophomores
Kaitlyn Antrican-Caldwell, Brent
Buettner, Kathryn Caputo, Makaya
Dunning, Eli Edie, Kaylin Hartsock,
Caleb Haunhorst, Madison Jenkins,
Abigail Parkins, Quentin Samons, Addison
Schimmoeller, Victoria Schleeter, Drake
Schmitt, Cheyanna Scirocco, Brayden
Siefker, Alex Theobald and Alexandrea
Williams.
Freshmen
Jordan Bonifas, Tyler Bratton, Jesse
Culp, Eric Lehman, Tristine Lehmkuhle,
Sierra Marlow, Scott Mills, Nathan
Pohlman, Tyler Shrider, Madison Spring,
Hannah Welker and Eli Wurst.

St. Johns High School


Distinguished 4.0
Eighth grade
Rachel Hellman, Luke
Reindel and Jared Wurst.
Freshmen
Matthew Miller and Collin
Will.
Sophomores
Maria Giambruno-Fuge,
Deven Haggard, Connor
Hesseling and Courtney
Wrasman.
Seniors
Logan Hesseling
Excellent 3.5 3.99
Seventh grade
Adam Bockey, Abigail,
Bonifas, Reagan Clarkson,
Gage Dickman, Jenia Freewalt,
Aubrie Friemoth, Leah Hays,
Abby Hensley, Paige Kline,
Devin Lindeman, Anna May,
Allison Miller, Hannah Will,
Cody Williams and Mark
Wrasman.
Eighth grade
Sydney Eley, Joshua
Gerding, Adam Gerker,
Trevor German, Halle Hays,
Jarad Hesseling, Caroline
Kopack, Amber Palte, Tyler
Ruda, Cassidy Schafer, Trent
Vonderwell and Elizabeth
Vorst.
Freshmen

Hannah Bockey, Lucy


Bonifas, Olivia Buettner,
Kennedy Clarkson, Elizabeth
Csukker, Matthew Dickrede,
Madison Ellis, Troy Elwer,
James Garrett III, Annette
Klausing, Kelsey Martz,
Benjamin Mohler, Marie
Mueller, Cole Reindel, Haley
Rode, Adam Schneer, Abigail
Stocksdale and Andrea Will.
Sophomores
Alexis Deffenbaugh, Ryan
Dickman, Ally Gerberick,
Maya Gerker, Kelsi Gillespie,
Jacob Hellman, Brooklyn
Mueller, Nick Pohlman,
Mackenzie Stose and Joshua
Warnecke.
Juniors
Derek Anthony, Connor
Britt, Sydney Fischbach,
Lexie Hays, Lanna Klausing,
Evan Mohler, Curtis Pohlman,
Maddie Pohlman and Rachel
Pohlman.
Seniors
Wes Buettner, Haleigh
DeWyer, Zach Gable, Emilee
Grothouse, Alex Haunhorst,
Evan Hays, Austin Heiing,
Laura Klausing, Austin Kline,
Alyssa Martin, Nick Martz,
Alex Odenweller, Brian
Pohlman, Justin Siefker and

Melissa Wrasman.
Merit 3.0 3.49
Seventh grade
Hannah Elwer, Blake
Fischbach, Adam Fischer, Jill
Gemmer, Cole Gordon, Noah
Heiing, Keaton Jackson, Jared
Lucas, Collin Muhlenkamp,
Braeden Parrish, Gunnar
Stemen, Haley Teman, Alaina
Thornton and Jacob Wrasman.
Eighth grade
Hunter Bonifas, Grant
Csukker, Griffin Hamilton,
Makayla Herron, Ethan Kerzee,
Kelly Krites, Abigail Meyer,
Kylee Moenter, Erin Pohlman,
Kayla Pohlman, Anthony
Sanders, Josie Schulte, Addison
Sheeter, Skye Stevenson, Carter
Teman, Collin White, Justin
Wieging and Taylor Zuber.
Freshmen
Allison Buettner, Richard
Cocuzza, Mykenah Jackson,
Corey Koverman, Holly
Krites, Derek Lindeman,
Jessica Odenweller, Devin
Ricker, Casey Sanders, Troy
Schwinnen, Brandon Wrasman
and Cody Wright.
Sophomores
Mackenzie Fischbach, Jace
Fish, Jessica Geise, Bailey
Gordon, Halee Grothouse, Jana

Hamilton, Lucas Hoffman, Jaret


Jackson, Madison Jettinghoff,
Derek Klausing, Timothy
Kreeger, Evan Krites, Baylee
Lindeman, Evyn Pohlman,
Quincy
Querry,
Aaron
Reindel, Breece Rohr, Abbey
Sheeter, Patrick Stevenson,
Brett Vonderwell and Jacob
Youngpeter.
Juniors
Alexander Bonifas, Chad
Etgen, Devin Fisher, Madison
Fulk, Ryan Hellman, Kennedy
Jackson, Bailey Kill, Tyler
Ledyard, Avery Martin, Anna
Mueller, Sommer Stepleton,
Ashlyn Troyer, Alaina Utrup
and Erin Williams.
Seniors
Alaina Backus, Halie
Benavidez, Alaina Buettner,
Allexis Cairo, Tyler Conley,
Rebekah Fischer, Trisha
Fischer, Zach Fischer, Megan
Fish,
Andy
Grothouse,
Anthony Hale, Elijah Jones,
Samantha Kramer, Emily
Metcalfe, Garrett Nagel, Wyatt
Nagel, Austin Schulte, Colleen
Schulte, Tara Vorst, Samantha
Wehri and Elizabeth Winhover.

Mark Metzger
UT Regents Award
Scholarship

Jenna Calvelage
District 8 Scholarship

Erin Osting
Rhodes State College
Secondary Enrollment
Options Scholarship

See more
scholarship
winners and
Next
Generation
news
in the
June 17 Herald

Ottoville High School


Seniors
All As
Chelsey Boecker and Elizabeth Luersman.
Honor Roll
Joel Beining, Morgan Beining, Anna Bendele, Colin Bendele,
Kyle Bendele, Austin Honigford, Ryan Kimmet, Megan Lambert,
Haley Landwehr, Annie Lindeman, Wesley Markward, Trent
Miller, Tyler Roby, Robyn Turnwald, Joseph Van Oss, Courtney
Von Sossan and Lyndsey Wannemacher.
Juniors
All As
Alena Horstman
Honor Roll
Erica Brickner, Jennifer Burgei, Madalyn Herman, MaKayla
Hoersten, Jasmine Jones, Carly Kortokrax, Nicole Kramer, Isaiah
Miller, Nathan Ricker, Brendon Schnipke and Rudy Wenzlick.
Sophomores
All As
Maizee Brinkman, Madison Knodell, Brooke Mangas, Alexis
Thorbahn, Rebecca Violet and Eric Von Sossan.
Honor Roll
Michaela Byrne, Emitt German, Bryce Hoehn, Alicia Honigford,
Cody Kemper and Thomas Waldick.
Freshmen
All As
Megan Burgei, Abigail Hilvers, Emily Landin, Bethany Maag,
Amber Miller, MaKayla Miller and Brendan Siefker.
Honor Roll
Evan Boecker, McKenna Byrne, Jessica Calvelage, April
Horstman, Katlyn Kelch, Cassandra Kemper, Derek Kemper,
Jonathan Knippen, Karie Ladd, Bridget Landin, Kara Landin, Julia
Langhals, Joshua Sarka, Andy Schimmoeller, Brittany Schleeter,
Clayton Schnipke, Lindsay Schweller, Brendon Stoner and Nicole
Williams.
Eighth grade
All As
Hunter Boecker, Cameron Calvelage, Ethan Geise, Haley
Hoersten, Kasey Knippen, Quinley Schlagbaum and Carson Stoner.
Honor Roll
Madison Averesch, Kambrie Edelbrock, Olivia Gamble, Brynlee
Hanneman, Ashley Herman, Dylan Kemper, Zachary Knippen,
Jonah Mansfield, Chaz Spencer and Conner Wannemacher.
Seventh grade
All As
Kylee Hoersten, Trevor Horstman, Elijah Knodell, Ashlee
Landin, Halle Landin and Brendan Niemeyer.
Honor Roll
Taylor Beining, Dylan Byrne, Nolan German, Hannah Hoehn,
Kyle Looser, Joseph Miller and Evan Turnwald.

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Phone:

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419-235-3903
585 PRODUCE

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We will be offering scholarships for
paid Nurse Aid Training.

If interested, applicants
can apply in person at:

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Van Wert, Ohio
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Successful candidates should possess a Bachelors degree


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For confidential consideration please send a resume and
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with a subject of Job# 15-44FMEDel or to:
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Attn: Human Resources Manager
24086 ST RT 697
Delphos, OH 45833
Equal Opportunity Employer

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differentials
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655

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419-203-8202

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The Herald - 11

Arts & Entertainment


Movie Review

"Easy Puzzle"

Tomorrowland

Across

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Walt Disney always wanted his parks to be


magical. Heres a movie that takes that idea
and really runs with it. Actually, Tomorrowland
takes that idea and flies with itwith rocket
packs, no lessinto the teeming, gleaming futurama of Uncle Walts dreams more than half
a century ago when he opened the gates to Disneyland.
In Tomorrowland, George Clooney plays the
modern-day, grownup version of a bright young
lad, Frank, who lugs along his homemade jetpack to a science-fair competition at the 1964
Worlds Fairwhere Disney unveiled four major attractions. Frank and his contraption are
rejected, alas, but he gets a special invitation
to hop aboard Disneys new ride Its a Small
World, which turns out to be much more than
just a poky boat cruise through an international
chorus of singing animatronic children: Its a secret portal to the future!
Frank has a glorious time in the splendid worldyet-to-come, a fabulous sky-tropolis called Tomorrowland. But he cant stay there forever. We
eventually find out why he must leave, and why,
decades later, hes compelled to return.
Director Brad Bird, whos shown his skill in
both animation and live action with The Iron
Giant (1999), The Incredibles (2004), Ratatouille (2007) and Mission: ImpossibleGhost
Protocol (2011), mixes brisk, old-school adventure and a spirit of boundless idealism onto a
palette of gorgeous, eye-popping visuals. The
script, which he co-wrote with Damen Lindelof
(Lost, Prometheus, World War Z, Cowboys and
Aliens) and Jeff Jensen, crackles and pops mystery and suspense, wit and whimsy, and deeper,
more passionate themes about science, technology and ecology.
Britt Robertsonrecently seen saddling up
in The Longest Rideplays Casey, the spunky
teenage daughter of a NASA scientist (country singer Tim McGraw) chosen for her own
trip to Tomorrowland. British actress Raffey
Cassedy is Athena, a mysterious young girl who
connects both Frank and Cassidy across time.
Hugh Laurie plays Tomorrowlands top dog,
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back to the future - starring George Clooney, Britt Robinson and Hugh Laurie.
chael Key from Key and Peel and Kathryn Hahn,
who stars in Showtimes Happyish, have a Men
in Black-ish scene as a couple of space-oddity
souvenir-shop owners.
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will certainly be aware that Tomorrowland was
one of the five original lands of Disneyland,
opening in 1955 to give visitors an imaginative
taste of the future and outer space. Its silent
background presence in the film deepens the
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forward thinking the House of Mouse might
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aliens blasting people away, humanoid robots
being bashed and decapitatedmay unsettle
some little ones. Plot points become muddled in
the rush to keep moving, and the movies message gets a bit preachy.
But, like Frank says at one point, Cant you
just be amazed? Any movie that can get young
people thinking about the futurethe future of
the planet, their future, our futureand about
not giving up, even in the face of doom and
gloom, is pretty amazing in itself. Maybe it really is a small, small world, after all. And now Im
super- curious about the secret purpose of Mr.
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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Business
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS

Allen County
City of Delphos
Ronald J. and Monica
Lynn Fetzer to Shelby
M. Koenig and Daniel K.
Hellman, 827 N. Franklin St.,
Delphos, $85,000.
First Federal Bank of the
Midwest to John J. Clark,
150 E. Ninth St., Delphos,
$57,000.
Village of Elida
Jill A. Anthony to Nicholas
J. Martino, 2215 Juneau Dr.,
Lima, $64,300.
Mark K. Steiner to Ashley
L. Haidle, 110 Howard St.,
Lima, $82,000.
Marion Township
Douglas D. and Teresa
A. Sensibaugh to James C.
Williams, 7180 W. State
Road, Lima, $97,000.
Putnam County
Goecke LLC, Lots 678,
676, 677, 690, 691, 688,
689, Ottawa, to Bellman
Enterprises LLC.
Sunshine Dairy LLC, .704
acre, 41.434 acres and parcels
1 and 2, Ottawa Township, to
Ottawa Holsteins LLC.
Mark E. Schey and Janice
C. Schey, .50 acre, Leipsic, to
Timothy E. Eding and Jacie
L. Eding.
Kurt W. Sahloff and Lori
A. Sahloff LE, parcels 6, 4
and 10, Ottawa Township, to
Kurt W. Sahloff.
Lori A. Sahloff and Kurt
W. Sahloff LE, parcels 6,
4 and 10, Ottawa, to Klas
Investments LLC.
Dennis C. Koester and
Patricia A. Koester, 1.73
acres, Monterey Township,
to Zachary Horstman and
Leanna Horstman.
Steven T. Kaufman TR,
Sandra J. Pester TR and
Helen G. Kaufman TR, Lots
972 and 916, Leipsic, to
Brian D. Mangas and Amber

D Mangas.
Robert W. Balbaugh LE,
Lots 27 and 30, West Leipsic,
to Spunky Cats Partnership.
John Alexander Christian
Klass and Jessica Leigh Klass
fka Jessica Leigh Harrigan,
parcel, Blanchard Township,
to Joshua R. Hopper and
Renee K. Hopper.
Daniel L. Maag and
Frances M. Maag, Lot 749,
Columbus Grove, to Daniel
L. Maag and Frances M.
Maag.
Robert J. Unverferth
and Helen Unverferth, Lot
442, Kalida, to Robert J.
Unverferth.
Helen Unverferth and
Robert J. Unverferth LE,
Lot 442, Kalida to Helen
Unverferth.
Helen Unverferth LE
and Robert J. Unverferth,
Lot 442, Kalida, to Another
Battle Field LLC.
Makeh
Landholdings
LLC, Lot 698, Kalida, to
Robert J. Unverferth.
Robert J. Unverferth
LE and Helen Unverferth,
Lot 698, Kalida, to Helen
Unverferth.
Helen Unverferth LE
and Robert J. Unverferth,
Lot 698, Kalida, to Makeh
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Brent Lee Wright, Jennifer
Lynn Wright to Carrie L.
Deamicis, portion of section
30, Pleasant Township (lot
6 Lawrence Kreischer addition)
Susan F. Bailey, Stephen
E. Bailey to 109 West Main
LLC, portion of inlot 23, Van
Wert.
Bradley A. Hughes, Susan
Hughes, Susan M. Hughes to
Ken Richard Mueller, inlot
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Roger E. Weigle to Keith
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Todd Buzard, inlot 945,
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Convoy.
Nicholas Boley, Shannon
Boley, Shannon Ries to
Steven W. Drake, Catherine
A. Drake, inlot 3448, Van
Wert.
William C. Kassaw, Jane
L. Kassaw to Melissa S.
Augsburger, Karen F. Garver,
portion of section 34, Ridge
Township.
Nancy D. Johnson to
Michael J. Long, Deborah A.
Long, portion of section 5,
Washington Township.
Estate of Alta E. Zinn,
estate of Alta Eileen Zinner
to Connie J. Rauch, Dennis
Zinn, inlot 2457, portion of
inlot 2458, Van Wert.
Tommy A. Myers, Diane
E. Myers to Tommy A.
Myers, Diane M. Myers,
inlot 475, Convoy.
Margaret Louise Proffitt,
Billy D. Proffitt to Tony
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Archives

Influenza

(Continued from page 2)


Delphos Post 201 Dads of Foreign Service
Veterans will host the 20th state convention
of the Department of Ohio DFSV this coming weekend. Walterick-Hemme Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 3035, sponsoring agent for
the local Dads Post, will serve as headquarters
for the state conclave.
Delphos merchants will hold their fifth
annual Hospitality Days June 11-12. Chamber
of Commerce members have recommended 9
a.m. to 9 p.m. store hours both days, according to Leonard Beckmann, retail vice president of the Chamber. Sidewalk sales will be
featured both days and the Eagles Band will
present a roving concert from 7-9 p.m. Friday
in the downtown section of the city.
Janice Wannemacher was installed as
president of Pi Chapter Alpha Delta Omega
National Sorority Tuesday night during a
meeting held at the home of Judy Williams.
Other officers installed were: vice president,
Dianna Hetrick; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Lynn Davis; recording secretary, Connie
Wieging; secretary, Mary Ellen Gerdeman,
and historian, Dianna Hetrick.
There were 24 women participating in
the Ladies Golf Association event Tuesday
at the Delphos Country Club. Scotch Ball
was played with Mrs. A. J. Meyer and Mrs.
Vincent Odenweller being first place winners and Mrs. Raymond McKowen and Mrs.
Henry Fettig second. Mrs. Hubert Calvelage

Walk

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was Captain for the day.


75 Years Ago 1940
The Delphos Jefferson band, under the
direction of Dane Heitzman, was in Lima
Friday to participate in the Lima Band
Festival. In the drum major twirling contest,
Jack Norbeck, representing Jefferson, won
fourth place. The Jefferson band was presented with an engraved trophy for participating
in the band festival.
A business deal which has been under way
for some days past has come to a head and
resulted in the leasing of the rooms occupied
by the Z-L Boot Shop to the Kroger Grocery
and Baking Company. The two rooms will be
converted into one and the interior remodeled
to fit it for a super market for the Kroger
Company.
The Delphos Merchants baseball team
emerged from their batting slump with a vengeance Sunday and pounded out a 9 to 1 win
over Spencerville. Grewe led the assault with
three safeties, two singles and a triple in four
trips to the plate. Kindley, Lang and Morgan
also hit triples, and Kindley and Clair Ditto
racked up doubles.
The members of the Board of Directors
of the Allen County Agricultural Society
(Delphos Fair Board) met Thursday night
at the home of Herman Dienstberger, North
Scott Street. The fair will be held Aug. 20 to
24. The third annual fair band contest will be
held this year. Dane Heitzman, Jefferson High
School Band director, is again in charge.

(Continued from page 3)


The strains currently wreaking havoc in
backyard and commercial poultry operations in the U.S., Highly Pathogenic Avian
Influenza H5N2 and a new hybrid, H5N1,
first detected in January of this year, do not
appear to pose a threat to human health. In
fact, the strain causing the greatest concern
globally, Asian-origin Avian Influenza H5N1,
has yet to be detected in the U.S.
While the CDC considers the risk to people
from these two H5 viruses as low, surveillance
for them remains high in an effort to protect
extensive and highly profitable poultry operations. And this monitoring is not simply
taking place in domestic populations. As
avian influenza strains are naturally occurring
in all birds, scientists are monitoring wild

populations of fowl and the raptors that prey


on them. Ducks and geese, both domestic
and wild, are carriers of the H5N2 virus
that is presently the most significant concern
for domestic poultry, the bulk of which are
turkeys and chickens. Migrating wild ducks
and geese that have interacted with infected
poultry then carry the virus, along with the
potential for further infection, as they fly
along established migratory paths.
As a consequence, state governments and
commercial franchises are executing draconian measures intended to reduce, if not eliminate, any potential for further infection.
This is part one of a three part series
examining avian influenza and its effect on
commerce and society.

Gossman
(Continued from page 1)
Near of the end of
Gossmans treatments, her
doctor had schedule her for a
hysterectomy and an implant
into her uterus for additional radiation. Luckily, she
responded well to the first
round and didnt need either.

While she has more than


three decades of being cancer free, Gossman still has
a reminder of the disease as
well as what the cure can
do.
Radiation is the gift that
keeps on giving, she said. I
call everything I have been
dealing with ever since col-

lateral damage. I have terrible scar tissue, digestive


issues and chronic fatigue. I
also when into early menopause so I had to take hormone replacements.
In spite of the constant
reminder, Gossman stays
positive.

(Continued from page 1)

To save someones life is on my bucket list, Reichbaum said.


Walking across America is on my bucket list. It made sense.
So Reichbaum started in Atlantic City and is working his way
to the Pacific Ocean, discussing the issue as he goes and registering
donors as the opportunity presents. Its a simple process: four Q-tips
swabbed in four areas of the mouth. People sometimes pull over
and he swabs them there, at the side of the road. A few days ago, he
registered someone in a Wendys where hed stopped for lunch. He
explains that they may never get called, that the odds of their making
a match with someone in need are long. But even if they do, he says,
the process is all too often and inaccurately described as painful. He
tells them that 75 percent of the time, all thats needed are stem cells,
something that is easily obtained through a blood donation. Even if a
direct marrow extraction is required, he says, its a relatively simple
operation, the consequence of which is a few days of discomfort.
I say to most people, Youve probably had a hangover worse
than that, Reichbaum said, grinning. Its a small price to pay to
save someones life. These are good people that didnt ask to be
affected by leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, aplastic anemia and
they deserve to be saved. The least we can do is see if were someones match.
To date, hes registered 100 prospective donors. His goal: 600.
My goal is to get 600 people, because 1 in 540 is a match,
Reichbaum explained. If I get 600, chances are Ill save one life.
Be the Match, an organization that promotes bone marrow donation, is assisting him on his journey and in achieving his goal, helping
to set up events on college campuses and coordinating stops along
the way. But if you miss him on the road, you can still make a difference, still register as a donor. At bethematch.org, anybody interested
in registering can request a free donors kit, the same four Qtips and
sample case Reichbaum carries with him as he walks east to west.
Walking through Delphos early Tuesday evening and on his way
to Van Wert, hes just a quarter of the way to his destination and onesixth of the way to his goal of 600 registered donors. Even so, hes
not discouraged. He has something to look forward to. Jocelyn, the
friend who was the motivation for this trek, is waiting for him. Her
brother, as it turns out, was her perfect match.
Shes about six months post-operative, Reichbaum crows.
Shes actually going to join me at the border of Nevada and
California and walk the whole state of California with me.
Together, they intend to walk into the Pacific Ocean and cool
their heels.
To learn more about Reichbaums efforts, or to follow him as he
works his way across America, visit his website, theentireplanet.com,
or follow Walking Across Amarrowca on facebook.

Kriegel
(Continued from page 1)
The board issued the following supplemental contracts for the 2015-16 school
year: Stephanie Braun
high school student council;
Heather Brickner class
advisor; Chad Brinkman
class advisor and head golf
coach; Scott Elwer Vo-Ag
advisor; Doug Geary head
baseball coach; Karla Kohler
head girls track coach;
Missy McClurg class advisor and co-prom coordinator;
Jeff Rex Science Club advisor; Christine Siebeneck
class advisor and NHS advisor; David Stearns marching band, school musical,
stage band director and musical business manager; Bev
Tuttle junior high FCCLA
advisor; Josh Vasquez class
advisor; John Vennekotter
class advisor; Tamara Wirth
show choir and vocal coach;
Arnita Yoder class advisor; Ryan Strickler junior
varsity golf coach; Josiah
Stober head softball coach;
and Brent Binkley and Todd
Teman co-head boys track
coaches (split contract).
In other business, the
board:
Accepted the resignation
of Shana Stober as co-prom
coordinator;
Approved the renewal
of the speech service contract with the Putnam County
Education Service Center for
the 2015-16 school year; and
Approved professional
development meetings dates
for the 2015-16 school as
Sept. 29, Nov. 11, Feb. 10,
2016, and April 13, 2016.

Habitat house up and coming

The Habitat for Humanity house near the intersection of Washington and 12th streets is coming up ahead of schedule.
Though the project has a deadline of October 2015, workers have finished roofing the structure and expect to have it
sided by as soon as the end of the week, start plumbing and electrical work on Monday and dive into insulation as soon
as all the wiring is in place. (DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

Trivia

Answers to last Saturdays questions:


In The Lord of the Rings, the seven meals the food-loving
Hobbits eat daily are: Breakfast, second breakfast, elevenses,
luncheon, afternoon tea, dinner and supper.
A portrait of Andrew Jackson appears on the face of the
$20 bill. The White House is on the bills reverse side.
Todays questions:
What novelty treats were hawked as zoologicals when
they were sold at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia
in 1876?
How did Protem, Missouri, get its unusual name?
Answers in Saturdays Herald.
Todays joke:
An old lady walked into a newspaper office.
She approached an employee and said that her husband
had died and that she would like to have an obituary appear
in the paper.
The employee gave her a form and told her to write the
obituary on it. She wrote, Earl W. Worth died Saturday,
Dec. 2 at his home. Services are at The Baptist Church at
3 p.m.
The employee looked at the form and said, Im sorry,
maam, but obituaries are limited to 7 words apiece.
The woman took another form and wrote, Earl died.
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Fittro
(Continued from page 1)
According to City Administrative Assistant
Sherryl George, an official letter will be sent
to the Delphos Civil Service Board and it has
60 days from June 26 to prepare testing to
replace Fittro. Current Assistant Chief Mark
Slate will become the interim chief of police
until the test can be given.
Slate said he intends to take the test.
It has never been my goal or aspiration to
become the chief of police but now that the
situation has presented itself, I will take the
test and well go from there, Slate said.
Fittro has already started training Slate to
take the interim position.

We have gone over the mandated filing


and paperwork for the state and some of
Kyles day-to-day duties, Slate said. Well
continue with that over the next several
weeks.
Three other officers in the department are
also eligible for the test and include Sgt. Greg
Foust, Det. Sgt. Ben Becker and Sgt. Ryan
Kimmet.
Fittro was hired as an officer with the local
department in September 1998 and promoted
to chief in May 2009. He was Officer of the
Year in 2007 and 2010.
He will soon begin his new job at Fenix
LLC in Wapakoneta as an account manager.
The company is a steel wire manufacturer.

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6 pm Opening Ceremony, Silent Auction Opens
6:15 pm Survivor and Caretaker Lap followed by
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7:30 pm Happy Birthday Lap
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8:30 pm Mini Cheerleading Demonstration
8:45 pm Bubble Lap

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9:00 pm Sack Races


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9:15 pm Crazy Hat Lap


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10:00 pm Spit Snake and the Rattlers
10:15 pm Bingo Lap
10:30 pm Team Captains Meeting in the
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10:45 pm Silent auction closes

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2. Luminary Sales
3. Survivor Tent
4. Silent Auction Items
5. Main Stage
6. Franklin Elementary
7. Kruisin for a Miracle

The sponsors

The Union Bank Company


Hope Floats
Franklin Elementary
Fischin For A Cure
Relay with the Blue Jays
First Federal Bank
Join the Independents
Delphos Bark For Life
Aidens Avengers
Kruisin For A Miracle
Delphos Running Club
Jefferson Football
Team Tiffany
Flower Fort Fighters
Pathfinders 4-H
Young Farm Wives
Sea of Hope
TMD/Dairy Hut
Jefferson Cheerleaders
VFW
St. Johns Football
St. Johns Cheerleaders
Bows and Toes

Platinum
St. Ritas Medical Center
Silver Sponsor
VFW #3035
Raabe Ford- Lincoln
First Federal Bank
Ultra Sound Entertainment
Delphos Herald
Fun 1071 (WDOH)
Schwinnen Electric, Inc.
Bronze Sponsor
Delphos Animal Hospital
S.I. Distributing
Hickey-Morris Insurance
Superior Federal Credit Union
Unverferth Manufactuing
Waste Management
Signature Sponsor
Lima Memorial Hospital
Wilkinsons Printing
Friend of Relay
Ottoville Hardware
FJ Communication

205 W. 2nd St., Delphos

Vancrest Healthcare,
Rehabilitation
and Assisted Living
www.vancrest.com

419-695-2921

1425 E. 5th St., Delphos


419-695-2871

24 Hour Emergency Service


Ohio License 24196

www.reliablepandh.com
facebook.com/reliable.delphos

In Memory
of

AL WRASMAN
1929-2008

Pitsenbarger Supply Co.


234 N. Canal St., Delphos

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16. TMD and Dairy Hut


18. Union Bank
20. Cheerleaders Mini Camp
21. Wrist Bands for Inflatable
and Rock Wall
24. Football Mini Camp
28. Restrooms

The teams

PLUMBING & HEATING

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Welcome

8. Flower Fort Fighters


9. Pathfinders 4-H
10. Bark For Life
11. Young Farm Wives
12. Fischin for a Cure
14. First Federal Bank
15. Bows and Toes

RELIABLE

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419-692-1010

Special thanks
VFW #3035
Delphos Herald
Deuces Wild
Melissa Pruett
Michael Mesker
Bob Ulm/ Fun 1071
Delphos City Schools
Wilkinsons Printing
Spit Snake and The Rattlers
Lion Clothing
Bob and Vicki Reindel
Jefferson and St. Johns Cheerleaders
Jefferson and St. Johns Football players
Diesel Schwinnen
Delphos Tent and Awning
Pathfinders 4-H
John Edinger
Delphos Girl Scouts
B and K Trucking
Community Health Professionals
Dicks Steak House
Rick Miller
Baked to Perfection
Bob and Marsha Mueller
Toledo Molding and Die
Will Construction
Celebrations
Fr. Ron Shock

KNIPPEN

Chrysler H Dodge H Jeep, Inc.


800 West Fifth St. Delphos, OH
419-695-4976 or 1-800-464-8434
www.knippenchrysler.com

The Berelsman Family


honors our WARRIORS...
our friends and family
who have battled cancer.

Pat Rode Cainan Craun Jill Snyder


Becky Berelsman Alice Pothast Cheryl Rode Beining
Connie Hoersten Lyn Berelsman Mike Haunhorst

16- The Herald

www.delphosherald.com

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Good food and a lot more at


Ramblers Roost Restaurant

P.J. Burnett, owner of the Ramblers Roost; Tara Schrader, restaurant manager;
and Susie Thompson, owner.

Any time of the day is


a good time to get a delicious meal at The Ramblers Roost Restaurant, located on Lincoln Highway
between Delphos and Van
Wert.
The locally owned restaurant provides friendly
and courteous service to our
customers.
If its breakfast you want
we serve breakfast all day
long, featuring Fresh Baked
Biscuits and Sausage Gravy
served 24 hours a day.
We have a large selection
of meals and sandwiches as
well as our cooked to order
breakfasts.
The cooks at Ramblers
Roost Restaurant can prepare food for any size party.
Daily Specials include
Fried
Chicken,
Swiss
Steak, Homemade Meat
Loaf, served with your
choice of hot sides and piping hot dinner rolls. Other
specialties: Hand Breaded
Tenderloin is our featured
sandwich everyday, as well
as a value menu of combo
baskets and breakfast items.

Saturday and Sunday and we will have your food


mornings a Breakfast Buf- ready for pick up, even
The Ramblers Roost carry-out has snacks, convenience items and necessities.
fet is served with all your at 3 oclock in the mornfavorite breakfast items.
ing. For our Seniors with
We have Pay at the Pump appreciate your continued
Fridays starting at 4:00 smaller appetites we have a already reduced. Our conP.M. we have AYCE Alas- specially designed menu at venience store is NEVER feature for your Fuel needs, support of local business in
ka Walleye with a Salad and reduced prices to meet your CLOSED. Fuel, Food, a large selection of soft your area.
Dessert Bar.
Cigarettes, bread and milk drinks, candys, chips, Ohio
nutritional needs.
Saturdays at 4 P.M. its
We accept the Golden and many other essentials Lottery and ATM is part
Follow us on Facebook.
AYCE Spaghetti with Gar- Buckeye card and it can items are here to meet your of our service. We thank
you
for
buying
local
and
lic Toast and Salad Bar.
changing
needs.
be used for all meals not
On Sundays (after the
breakfast bar) at 1:00 P.M.
We start serving AYCE
Fried Chicken with Mashed
Potatoes, Hot Vegetables;
Dinner Rolls, also the Salad
and Dessert Bar are available.
We
Are
NEVER
CLOSED. The Roost is
open over night for you. If
you are hungry after your
nighttime activities we are
here to serve you 7 days
and nights a week.
We are OPEN Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving,
your Birthday and Everyday All Day.
A TAKE OUT menu,
with reduced prices is also
part of our offering to the
The Ramblers Roost serves breakfast all day, delicious lunches and dinners. Our dining room (pictured right) has
community. Call ahead seating for 40 people, so you can host birthday parties, dinners or any special occasion.

Attention All Seniors over 65


Now available at the Ramblers Roost Restaurant

New Senior Dining Menu

We are inviting all area Seniors to try our lower priced Menu.
We have developed a menu with the
Area Agency on Aging that meets your nutritional needs.
You will receive a meal at a reduced price
by ordering off of the senior menu

Breakfast $4.55 Lunch and Dinner $6.30


(Includes a Drink)

We Are Never CLOSED! 419-968-2209

Check out these local


restaurants for
delicious food,
great prices and
customer service that
cant be beat!

Topp Chalet
Restaurant and Lounge

Proprietors of Fine Food & Drink in a Family Atmosphere!

15 Cheese Pizza
Large Chef Salad &
Breadsticks
All For

Make it an 18 for $22.95

Dine in or carry out Extra for addtional items

NO OTHER DISCOUTS OR COUPONS AY BE COMBINED

Open T-W-Th-Sat. at 4 p.m.


Fri. & Sun. at 11 a.m.

229 W. Fifth St.


Delphos, Ohio

Fathers day

BUFFET
$ 99
8

Evening Buffet 5-8 p.m.


Includes: PIZZASPASTA

SALADDESSERT DRINK

Any medium pizza


for only

$6.99

when you buy two

133 E. Fifth St., Delphos Ph. 419-695-8085

2095

CALL FOR WEEKEND SPECIALS!

419-692-8888 or 419-692-8751

239 W. Fifth Next to Topp Chalet


419-692-3333

1/2 BBQ
Chicken
PICK YOUR
Favorite sides!
SPECIALS EVERYDAY

DINE IN - CARRY OUT DRIVE THRU


NEW WINTER HOURS:
Sun.-Thurs. 11:00am-8:00 pm
Fri.-Sat. 11:00am-9:00pm

Custom Catering!

Graduation Parties
First Communion
Confirmation
Showers
Prom
Stop in & pickup a
catering menu.