The ladies cross-country program is off and running.   First timer sophomore MaKayla Wagner earned an Individual award at the Upper Sandusky Invite.  Over the weekend the ladies just missed a 3rd place finish by 1 pt at the Norm Bray Invite. Packing tight were MaKayla Wagner 13th, Karissa Garza 15th, and Taylor Dunn 18th.  Great races as well from Summer Swope & Kennedy Preston. A personal record was ran by Taylor Byington.

The boys cross country team placed sixth out of fifteen teams at Upper Sandusky and then turned around to finish second at Norm Bray taking home a team plaque.  Tyler Sievert finished second overall followed by Konnor Fletcher in 12th, Tim Poiry in 15th, Mark Bodi in 19th, Nathan Purk in 22nd, Zach Olson in 35th, and Trevor Sievert in 37th.  Kameron Keegan placed fourth in the open race and Derek Rodenhauser placed 45th.

Anyone whole would like to be a Physical Education Aid must sign up during there study hall periods in my Mrs. Lipstraw's room. Please understand that you must have passed both PE I and PE II before you can become a PE aid.

Oak Harbor JV girls' soccer team beat the Edison JV girls 6-3 last night.  Abbie Mizelle scored 3 goals - a hat trick! And Emma Barton, Paige Crouch and Alannah Pond each scored a goal.


The girls varsity soccer defeated Edison 6-0.  Scoring for the Rockets were Seree Petersen -2, Noelle Petersen-2, Ally Croy and Karis DeWalt added 1. Emma Barton had 1 assist.  Ivy Martin had 6 savesThe lady Rockets dropped their gameSaturdayto Grandview Heights 3-0.  Ivy Martin had 20 saves and Gillian Allen had 3.