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(Continued from Page 7) fense and scoring another field, where Springfield team may be pretty bal- on Sept. 28. They also lost season.
the Cougars, and they suc- goal for Southview. made an incredible jump anced overall, but the lack against Maumee on Sept. “We’ve only got 1 game
cessfully sent it back to With a score of 4—1, save and sent it straight of experience among our 21. left, and with this win
Southview territory. Springfield took it back back into Cougar defense. younger players throws off With the end of the sea- against Springfield I think
LeStrange managed down the field with more Some last-minute defen- the team’s chemistry and son quickly approaching, we’ll do alright,” said
to intercept the ball from determination than ever, sive work by the Cougars bonding, which is some- the team thinks they can Cody. “We have a chance
Springfield and made a nice forcing their way through prevented Springfield from thing we need to work end the season well and ad- of advancing in the district
pass to Kanwal, who got it the defensive line and tak- another attempt, but a pen- on.” vance in the district tourna- tournament, and of course
down the field and out of ing a wide kick to the Cou- alty kick by Springfield “The Springfield game ment. that’s what we want to do.
harm’s way of the Cougar gar goal. After a South- player Jordan Drake re- went really well for us, “I think if our team But most of all, we just
goal. Offense player Sin- view corner kick by Lyle, sulted in another goal for even though we let in 3 plays well against the top want to go out there and
ram took control, pressing the ball made it back down the Bluedevils, upping the goals that could have been teams we have a chance of play some good soccer.”
in on the Springfield de- to the Bluedevil side of the score 4—2. prevented,” said Kanwal. going farther into the tour- The Cougars play their
Some nice up-field pass- The Cougars have a de- nament than last year,” said last game of the season be-
ing had the ball in Cou- cent record, with a loss to Kanwal. fore the tournament as they
The Primary Care Center gar possession again, and Findlay on Sept. 30 but a Cody also has high face off against Whitmer
Caring for Newborns to Seniors Southview junior Brad victory against Rossford hopes for the rest of the on Thursday, Oct. 14.
James D. Diethelm MD Warshaw made a long run-
ning attempt at the Spring-
Northview choirs holds 2nd Annual Showcase
Ryan Szenderski PA-C
field goal, sliding right
into the box and result-
Northview High School’s 2nd Annual Quartet and Harmony Showcase, was held
7640 W. Sylvania Ave. Suite E
ing in a close save. How-
September 23rd at McCord Road Christian Church. The award-winning choral groups
Sylvania, Ohio 43560
ever, Bluedevil defense
was not able to get it back
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Home of SE MICH/NW OHIO 5—2 with a comfortable
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Cody, has been a soccer
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coach at Southview for 9
years and has coached the Senior members of “Baby Blue” rehearse for Northview High School’s 2nd An-
Ellen’s Glass Act Celebrates a varsity team for 6 years. nual Quartet and Harmony Showcase, held Thursday, September 23rd at McCord
Successful First Year Anniversary After the game, Cody dis- Road Christian Church. This quartet features tenor Ted Garey, lead Kyle Kole-
Do you want to do something fun, different an affordable? Learn to make beautiful glass jewelry, cusses what he thinks con- buck, bass Jim Park and baritone Drew Anderson.
Christmas ornaments, picture frames, wine stoppers, table fountains and more in my home tributed to their win against
glass studio and art school. You don’t have to be good at art...... It’s glass! It always comes out
beautiful, and you can’t make a mistake. The glass is not hot while you work on it! You can take
your time and enjoy creating a masterpiece. And, best of all, it’s very affordable! “Our team’s biggest
strength is definitely
I am a certified glass instructor. I will walk you through the process, and in turn, you will be
making beautiful glass projects on your very first day. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Art
speed,” said Cody.
Education and Art Therapy from The Ohio State University. I am also certified in Special Junior player Kanwal
Education, K-12. After having taught in the Toledo Public School System for twenty five years, agrees.
two charter schools for three years and graduating with a Master’s degree in Education, with
a specialty in Glass, I think it’s time to share my knowledge with everyone. My thesis on “Our team has a lot
Advanced Art Glass can be viewed from the reference library at the Center for Visual Arts. of speed in our attack,
which helps us create more
I am so excited to have an art school that is really different from all the others.
How? Well, first... chances offensively,” said
1 It’s affordable to everyone. Kanwal in an interview last
2. I teach at hospitals, nursing homes, schools, etc. week.
3. Homeschoolers can earn art credit with my class
4. Scouts can earn their merit art badges.
The team may be fast
5. I have flexible hours (you choose what is good for you and your group. and balanced in skills, but
6. Many supplies are also provided. they also have a lot of im-
Here are some of the activities we have enjoyed this year: bridal showers, birthday parties, date provements to make before
night fun, dinner groups, girl’s night out, employer holiday parties, they head to district tourna- Pandora’s Box rehearses for Northview High School’s 2nd Annual Quartet
and open studio drop-in nights. ments later in the season. and Harmony Showcase. This quartet features seniors Lindsey Thomas, Amanda
My website will be completed soon. Give me a call so you can stop by “We have a lot of inex- Schmidt, Blayne Weddington, and junior Natalie Roemer. The quartet is under the
to see our gallery and beautiful school. perienced players—over direction of Mrs. Dawn Kingman, who led the Northview A Cappella choir to a “1”
Ellen Rubin • 419-699-2215 half of our team are sopho- rating at the State contest earlier this year.
mores,” said Cody. “The

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