Mrs. Gilbert is now accepting senior baby pictures for the yearbook. Bring in your picture with a $20.00 check made out to BCS.
Anyone interested in playing softball for OHHS (Grades 9-12) in the Spring, please fill out the sign-up sheet in the office before Friday, September 29. Workouts will be Tuesday's & Thursday's from 7:00-8:30 for Grades 8-12 beginning Tuesday, October 3. Go Rockets!"
The high school football stadium and track will be closed for resurfacing for the next two weeks starting this Saturday, Sept. 30th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Homecoming tickets are now on sale in the main office, they are $5, but will be $8 at the door the day of the dance. Don't wait, get your tickets today!
High School Academic Challenge Team, there will be OPTIONAL practices the rest of this week from 3:00 pm-3:45pm. Please go to computer lab 604 at 3:00pm.
The science club will be having our first blood drive on Tuesday October 31st, Halloween! We will be signing up donors in the cafeteria next week. The red cross is in dire need of blood due to the recent hurricanes, so please sign up and help the cause if you are able.
Homecoming King and Queen voting polls are open now, log into your school email and vote!
Attention sophomores and juniors interested in taking the PSAT at Oak Harbor High School on October 11th: please see Mr. Ramsey by October 4th to register for the test and to receive a practice booklet. The test is $16, and checks can be made out to Benton Carroll Salem Schools.
Yesterday the girls golf team competed in the Sectional golf match at Fostoria country club. Our girls were 1 of 3 teams to advance to Districts next week on Monday. Scores were: Madison Glaser 119, Belle Majoy 112, Delaney Hayes 111, Hannah Genzman 105, and Jaclyn Wojociechowski was the low round on the day and beating all other competitors shooting one stroke off the school record with a 75 for 18 holes. Congrats to the whole team and good luck next week
Varsity volleyball beat Tiffin Columbian last night 26-24, 25-23, 25-18. Kaytlynn Sandwisch lead the team with 32 assists. Leading in kills was Peyton Bloomer with 22 and Abby Dornbusch with 8. Ashley Riley and Peyton both had 12 digs and Kaytlynn Sandwisch added 11 digs. Peyton added 5 blocks. Volleyball is 17-0 and plays at Vermilion on Thursday.
JV volleyball also beat Tiffin Columbian last night in 3 games 26-24, 25-27, 25-20. Sophia Eli lead in kills, Sam Tallman and Bailey Dusseau lead in digs and Emily Wolf and Sam lead in serving.
The MS CC girl's brought home another 1st place trophy, proving they were the best in Ottawa County! Logan Wagner (3RD), Madisson Adams (4TH), Maggie Puckett(6TH) and Marisa Kennedy(10TH)FS all placed in the top 10.
The MS CC boy's were 2nd to Genoa; placing in the top 10 were Elijah Ibarra and Cam Bloomer.
The Rocket's travel to the Clay Invite on Saturday
The JV Lady Rocket Soccer Team earned a big win against Edison 6-0. Haley Lenke had a hat trick and an assist, Koral Wilson scored 2 goals and Ronni Hartlage also scored for the Rockets. Kiara Brough, Riley Scherf and Zoe Lattimore each added an assist for the team. The girls will face Bowsher at home today @ 5:00.
The ladies high school cross-country team won the Ottawa County Meet last night. This is their 3 overall Invite win of the season. The ladies represented well. Hope Sievert was the Ottawa County Champion. Anna Zeitzheim was 3rd, Auna Tack 6th, Gabby Sharkey 9th, and Emily Willis 11th.
The boys’ cross country team finished in second place Saturday at the Ottawa County meet. Marcus Hartlage finished 2nd in 17:49 followed by Levi Jacobs in 7th in 18:49, Clay Winterfield 8th in 18:56, Max Hallett-Szymanski 10th in 19:07, Cameron Crandall 14th in 19:26, Caleb Goldstein 17th in 19:35, and Chance Milledge 19th in 19:38.