Thursday, April 25, 2019

Good morning. Today is Thursday, April 25, 2019.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!
This is a reminder that there is a sign-up sheet in the H.S. office if you are interested in trying out to be a graduation speaker. Tryouts will be April 29th and 30th.  Also, be sure to turn in your permission slip and money for the Cedar Point trip to Mr. Schnipke by April 26th. If you did not receive a permission slip, please see Mr. Schnipke or Kristal.

There will be a high school boys basketball meeting on Monday, April 29th during activity period in the locker room for any 8th-11th grade boy interested in playing next year.

Petitions to run for a high school class officer or student council for the 2019-2020 school year are now available. Forms can be picked up in the office. Petitions need to be turned back in to the office by 3:00 tomorrow.

Reminder all football players need to stop by coach Schafer’s room today for an update on mulch - even if you haven’t sold any so we can get a count of where we are. All mulch sales due May 1st.

The J. Earl Belch Scholarship committee has extended the deadline for the J. Earl Belch Scholarship until Friday, April 26 at noon to the guidance office. This is a local scholarship for Columbus Grove students.

Congratulations to the following students/teacher who were chosen for the 4th quarter Bulldogs LEAD Awards. These students and teacher were chosen because they demonstrated determination and leadership skills this quarter.
Teacher - Mrs. Kari Weisenberger
Elementary Student - Katie Busick
Middle School Student - Ella Dotson
High School Student - Sara Dipnarine
Please come down to the office after announcements to have your picture taken and pick up your award.

 

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Good morning. Today is Wednesday, April 24, 2019.

Both Junior High Boys and Girls won the 1st annual Meet to Compete Invitational last night here at Clymer Stadium. Event winners were: Brynn Fortman won the 100, 200, and joined Jaleena Howard, Makailey Bermudez, and Carys Donaldson. Ellie Keehn won the 1600 meter run. Trent Koch won the 1600 meter run. Lawson Maag won the discus and 200 meter hurdles. Jaden Daniels won the 100 meter dash and teamed up with Mitchell Caudill, Zach Reynolds, and his brother Trenton to win the 4x100 meter relay. Trenton also won the 200 meter dash. AJ Schafer won the shot put. AJ also teamed with Mitchell Caudill, Zach Reynolds, and Braylon Barrientes. Both teams will be competing tomorrow at the 48th annual Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.

The CG Junior High softball team picked up a win last night over Perry 16 to 6. The team was lead by Gwen Langhals (3 for 3 with a home run and a double), Jaelyn Mangas (3 for 3), and Lauren Fuerst (2 for 2 with a double). The Bulldogs will travel to Allen East tomorrow.

The 7th grade baseball team shutout Elida last night 3-0. Bo Birnesser threw a complete game 4 hitter, striking out 9 batters to run his record to 3-0. Evan Sautter and Zane Stechschulte led the hitting attack with 2 hits apiece. Also contributing at the plate were Loudon Auchmuty with a double and an RBI and Evan Pitts who worked a bases loaded walk in the bottom of the 6th inning to drive in a big insurance run. The win moves the 7th grade record to 3-2 on the season. They next host Allen East tomorrow night at Vaughnsville at 5:00.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!
This is a reminder that there is a sign-up sheet in the H.S. office if you are interested in trying out to be a graduation speaker. Tryouts will be April 29th and 30th.
Also, be sure to turn in your permission slip and money for the Cedar Point trip to Mr. Schnipke by April 26th. If you did not receive a permission slip, please see Mr. Schnipke or Kristal.

High school football players - coach Schafer would like you to turn in mulch sales sheets tomorrow during. You can drop off to his room anytime. Sales aren’t due until next week but this will allow time to prepare orders.

Petitions to run for a high school class officer or student council for the 2019-2020 school year are now available. Forms can be picked up in the office. Petitions need to be turned back in to the office by Friday, April 26th.

All seniors should turn in their red paper for Senior Signing Day to the guidance office today. If you plan to attend college, please attach a copy of your acceptance letter or email it to Mrs. Losh.

The J. Earl Belch Scholarship committee has extended the deadline for the J. Earl Belch Scholarship until Friday, April 26 at noon to the guidance office. This is a local scholarship for Columbus Grove students.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019.

Good morning. Today is Tuesday, April 23, 2019.

The Bulldogs were able to pick up another NWC league win behind Senior Brady Hauenstein (2-0) who threw a complete game 2 hit shutout with 10 strikeouts to cruise past Bluffton. Brady went 2 for 3 with 2 rbi's and 2 runs scored at the plate. Brady Rudasill got the game winning hit in the bottom of the 6th inning driving in 2 runs to complete the 10 run Mercy rule for the win. Rudasill continued his hot streak at the plate going 3 for 4. Dylan Mason also went 2 for 3 at the lead off spot for the Bulldogs. Up next is a huge PCL matchup tomorrow at Miller City @ 5pm. This brings the Bulldogs record to 9-4 overall, 3-0 PCL, and 3-2 NWC.

All seniors should all turn in their red paper for Senior Signing Day to the guidance office by tomorrow, Tuesday April 23rd. If you plan to attend college, please attach a copy of your acceptance letter or email it to Mrs. Losh.

There will be a meeting today during activity period for any girl in grades 6-11 interested in playing soccer next fall.

Kalida Dairy Whip still is in need of workers for 2019 season. Pick up an application at J & J Carryout or stop by Tuesday, April 26th between 7:30 PM & 8:30 PM for open interviews. Minimum age is 14 years old.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!
This is a reminder that there is a sign-up sheet in the H.S. office if you are interested in trying out to be a graduation speaker. Tryouts will be April 29th and 30th.  Also, be sure to turn in your permission slip and money for the Cedar Point trip to Mr. Schnipke by April 26th. If you did not receive a permission slip, please see Mr. Schnipke or Kristal.

Attention post prom goers: Mrs. Pingle still has one of the 2 King’s Island tickets that were given away that night. Whoever the winner was, please bring the voucher to the office to pick up the actual ticket.

Petitions to run for a high school class officer or student council for the 2019-2020 school year are now available. Forms can be picked up in the office. Petitions need to be turned back in to the office by Friday, April 26th.

The following students should stop in the Guidance Office during activity period today: Tucker Maag, Joseph Roman, Brayden Rudasill, Alex Schneider, and Ethan Kreisher.

 

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Good morning. Today is Thursday, April 18, 2019.

In girls track action Tuesday, the lady dogs defeated Allen East and Kalida. Event winners as best we can figure were the 4x800 team of Addi Schafer, Sydney Witteborg, Emily Schumacher, and Zoe Stechschulte, Zoe Stechschulte in the 3200, the 4x400 team of Savanah Ridenour, Kiersten Closson, Addi Schafer, and Sydney Witteborg, Madi Maag in discus, Becca Choi in high jump, Amy Vorst in long jump, and Kiersten Closson in pole vault. Good job girls.

There will be no morning football lifts Friday or Monday.

The football team is selling mulch either delivered or delivered and spread. See a player if interested. Early next week we will be collecting the first round of orders. This would be a great weekend to sell.

There will be a Girls Basketball Meeting today during activity period in the high school gym for any girl currently in grades 6-7 interested in playing. If you cannot attend, see Mrs. Weisenburger.

There will be a meeting in the commons Tuesday, April 23rd during activity period for any girl in grades 6-11 interested in playing soccer next fall.

Kalida Dairy Whip still is in need of workers for 2019 season. Pick up an application at J & J Carryout or stop by Tuesday, April 26th between 7:30 PM & 8:30 PM for open interviews. Minimum age is 14 years old.

Seniors interested in singing with the senior chorus at graduation. Please sign up outside the chorus room this week. You do not have to be, or have ever been a member of the HS chorus to participate, all are welcome. The chorus seniors have chosen the song "Humble and Kind" and we will practice during Activity Period on May 6th, 7th, 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th.

Petitions to run for a high school class officer or student council for the 2019-2020 school year are now available. Forms can be picked up in the office. Petitions need to be turned back in to the office by Friday, April 26th.

The following students should report to the Guidance Office during activity period today: Dylon Golden, Ethan Kreischer, Luke Otto, Nick Wolverton, Cooper Wright, Jordan Vogt, Tucker Maag, Autumn Renner, Zach Roberts, Joseph Roman, Brayden Rudasill, Alex Schneider, and Caden Watkins.

 

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Good morning. Today is Wednesday, April 17, 2019.

The Bulldogs’ bats came out on fire ripping off 5 hits and 6 runs in the top of the first inning. The offense never faltered from there. Every time the game got close the bats came through big. On a day full of hits, 15 for the Dogs and 13 for Ottoville the defense made the plays in the last 3 innings to earn the league win. Alex Schneider picks the win up and Tayt Birnesser came in the final 3 innings and shut the door allowing 0 runs to score. At the plate Brady Hauenstein was 3-4 with a single, double and triple. Brady Rudasill continued to stay on fire and went 3-5. The Dogs will take the 4 game win streak back home Thursday and host LCC @5pm. Brings our record to 8-3 overall,
3-0 PCL, and 2-2 NWC.

The 8th grade baseball team rallied for a 9-5 win over an undefeated Ottawa-Glandorf team last night. After a slow start the bats caught fire late leading to 13 hits and all 9 runs scored in the last three innings of the game. Leading the hitting barrage were Taylor Schroeder with three hits, while Shep Halker, Landen Schroeder, and Brock Hoffman all had two hits apiece. Taylor Schroeder earned the win with 2 innings of 2 run baseball in relief and Shep Halker earned his second save of the year with 2 scoreless innings striking out 3. The 8th grade next travel to Waynesfield-Goshen this Saturday for an 11 AM game while the 7th grade host Miller City tomorrow night at 5.

The following students should report to the guidance office during activity period: Cayden Briggs, John Bryan, Dylon Golden, Ryan Koenig, Ethan Kreischer, Luke Otto, Nick Wolverton, Cooper Wright, and Jordan Vogt.

Attention all boys in grades 7 and 8: Please sign up in the high school office if you are interested in playing PONY league baseball this summer.

If you are interested in joining the Columbus Grove Color Guard sign up in the band room. This is open to upcoming Freshman through Juniors. Clinic and tryout day information will also be found in the band room.

Seniors interested in singing with the senior chorus at graduation. Please sign up outside the chorus room this week. You do not have to be, or have ever been a member of the HS chorus to participate, all are welcome.The chorus seniors have chosen the song "Humble and Kind" and we will practice during Activity Period on May 6th, 7th, 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th.

The Novel Idea book club will be meeting tomorrow morning at 7:20 in the library to discuss the book "Scythe". Donuts and chocolate milk will be provided.

There is a high school student council meeting today during activity period in the commons.

Petitions to run for a high school class officer or student council for the 2019-2020 school year are now available. Forms can be picked up in the office. Petitions need to be turned back in to the office by Friday, April 26th.

There will be a Girls Basketball Meeting today during activity period in the high school gym for any girl currently in grades 8-11 interested in playing. If you cannot attend, see Mr. Schroeder.

There will be a Girls Basketball Meeting tomorrow during activity period in the high school gym for any girl currently in grades 6-7 interested in playing. If you cannot attend, see Mrs. Weisenburger.

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