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The Village Reporter - January 18th, 2017

The Village Reporter - January 18th, 2017

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18TH, 2017 (USPS 168-440) - VOLUME 9 EDITION 3

THIS WEEK IN Archbold Police Hold Snowmen Contest For Area Children
men created by area chil- snowmen and after talk-
THE By: James Pruitt dren and that led to an ing about it with their
THE VILLAGE REPORTER impromptu contest. superiors, a contest was
vILLAGE reporter born. The department
A recent snow day pro- Officers from the Arch- used social media to
Proposed Montpelier duced a batch of snow- bold Police noticed the spread the word and in-
Athletic Complex Encounters vited the community to
CONTEST WINNER ... Assistant Chief Wixom along participate. PHOTOS PROVIDED
Technical Problems with the entire Archbold Police Department would like
With Utilities to congratulate Makayla Guy for being the winner of The officers took 25-26 SNOWMEN ABOUND ... The Archbold Police Depart-
•••• our snowman contest. Also pictured is Josiah Taylor. photographs of the snow- ment noticed several snowmen within the Village this
men, Assistant Chief Leo past week. The Department thought there should be
Archbold Christmas Store Wixom III. Those were a contest to see which snowman could get the most
Closing After Almost given to the police chief likes.
Two Decades who narrowed the field
•••• down to six.

Fulton County Commissioners “He put them on our
Select Jeff Rupp As Facebook page,” Wixom
New President said. “The community
•••• then voted on them.”

Williams County Board The contest post
Awards Pioneer Job To reached 11,000 people
and was shared 55 times,
Michigan Company Wixom said.
••••
“It turned out really
Bryan Organization well,” Wixom said.
"Sarah's House" Rebrands CONTINUED ON PAGE 7

as "Sarah's Friends"
••••

Fayette Board Of Education
Addresses Concerns With
Letting High School Grads

Play Basketball

HOMETOWN ATHLETIC NEWS & PHOTOS FOR WILLIAMS & FULTON COUNTY SCHOOLS IN NORTHWEST OHIO

“THE HOMETOWN”

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18TH, 2017 A WEEKLY SPORTS PUBLICATION COURTESY OF "THE VILLAGE REPORTER" Queens Crowned At 2017 Pride Of Williams County Pageant

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PHOTO BY KENT HUTCHISON, STAFF
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Fired For

Leaving Boy
On School Bus

By: James Pruitt PHOTO BY ANGI CAMPOS, STAFF
THE VILLAGE REPORTER MISS WILLIAMS COUNTY ... The 2017 Pride of Williams County Pageant was held on Sunday January 15th at the Bryan Arts & Education
Auditorium. Local queens crowned last summer during their town festivals vied for the title in their respective category. Pictured are 1st Run-
Bryan City Schools has ner-up Amiyah Langham (Little Miss Bryan), Little Miss Williams County Felicity Thiel (Little Miss Edgerton), Miss Williams County Morgan
fired the bus driver who Mitchel (Miss Pioneer), 1st Runner-up Brittany Rosendaul (Miss Bryan), Junior Miss Williams County Katelyn Balser (Junior Miss Pioneer), 1st
left a 3-year-old boy on her Runner-up Elisabeth Cheek (Teen Miss Edgerton), 1st Runner-up Sadie Walther, Teen Miss Williams County Gabi Bany.
bus in December.
ADDITIONAL PHOTOS INSIDE THIS WEEK'S EDITION.
The board announced
the decision at its Jan. 9 Evergreen Soccer Coach Given Three Years To Build Club Sport Into Varsity Program
meeting. The termination
came three days before By: James Pruitt sanctioned sports, Superintendent Jim Wyse istration and the calendar committee after re-
the driver was to appear in THE VILLAGE REPORTER said. ceiving public input, to include the following
Bryan Municipal Court. significant dates:
Soccer has a chance to become a full var- The agreement provides an opportunity
According to the reso- sity sport at Evergreen High School – if the for Monroe to increase active participation in Aug. 16 First Student Day
lution, Superintendent Di- coach can drum up enough interest among Club Soccer and become eligible for an admin- Sept. 1 NO SCHOOL – Waiver/Professional
ana Savage recommended the students. istrative recommendation for consideration as Day for Staff
termination of Vicki Rum- a school-sponsored sport. The board will con- Sept. 4 NO SCHOOL – Labor Day
mel to the Board of Educa- The Evergreen Local Board of Education sider this after three years of club participa- Sept. 5 NO SCHOOL – Fair Day
tion. approved an agreement Jan. 9 with Boys Club tion if requirements of the agreement are met. Oct. 19 Two Hour Delay for Parent Teacher
Soccer Coach Ned Monroe. The 3-year agree- Conferences
Rummel’s employment ment is intended to improve clarity and avoid The agreement is effective from Aug. 1, Oct. 20 End of First Quarter
contract for reasons more misinterpretation of Athletic or Board Policy 2016 through July 31, 2019.
fully set forth below; and and procedures pertaining to club and school- CONTINUED ON PAGE 7
The board adopted the 2017-18 school
The Board of Education calendar, as recommended by school admin-
received evidence from the
superintendent which spe-
cifically supports and/or
documents the reasons for
that termination, the docu-
ment states.

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North Central School Board Wauseon Schools Gearing
To Be Led By Shane Martin Up For NAEP Testing
dricks selected as vice president. The
By: James Pruitt board will meet the third Tuesday of By: James Pruitt in Algebra I, Geometry, ELA I, ELA II,
THE VILLAGE REPORTER each month at 6:30 p.m. THE VILLAGE REPORTER American History, and Biology. This will
provide students who did not meet the
The North Central Board of Educa- Board members will be paid $125 per At the organizational meeting for the proficient level and are not on track to
tion hosted a public meeting on the meeting. Wauseon Board of Education, Sandra earn the required 18 points another op-
school calendar, special education and Griggs was elected board president and portunity to raise their results.
internet safety. No one spoke. The board accepted the resignation Larry Fruth as vice president.
of Guidance Counselor Barbara Oyer ef- UPCOMING EVENTS
The board also selected its leadership fective June 30 and assistant baseball The board agreed to have meetings • OMEA District 1 Honors Music Fes-
for 2017 and meeting dates. coach Kole Peterson. at 5:30 p.m. the second Monday of the tival - 7 p.m. Feb. 12 - Stranahan The-
month. Noon meetings will continue to ater: Sam Frank and Conner Johnson -
Shane Martin was elected board James Pruitt may be reached at be the fourth Monday of the month on Vocal; Kodi Albright, Lance Jutze, Paige
president for 2017 with Homer Hen- publisher@thevillagereporter.com a rotating basis of the district’s schools. Moden - Instrumental
• Speech Team - Jan. 20-21 @ Sylva-
Proposed Montpelier Athletic At the regular meeting, nia; Jan. 28 @ Fremont Ross; Feb. 4 @
Complex Encounters Technical Enrollment by grade stood at: Napoleon

Preschool - 14 2017-2018 Scheduling
Kindergarten - 103 • Jan. 23: Scheduling Presentation to
Sophomores
1st Grade - 137 • Jan. 26 and 1/27: Schedule One on
2nd Grade - 134 One with Sophomores
Problems With Utilities 3rd Grade - 150 • Jan. 30: Scheduling Presentation to
4th Grade - 146 Juniors
5th Grade - 142 • Feb. 1 and 2: Schedule One on One
6th Grade - 141 with Juniors
7th Grade - 141 • Feb. 7: Scheduling Presentation to
8th Grade - 135 Freshmen
9th Grade - 150 • Feb. 9 and 2/10: Schedule One on
10th Grade - 157 One with Freshman
11th Grade - 138 • Feb. 16: 8th Grade Parent Mtg.
12th Grade - 124 • Feb. 21: Scheduling Presentation to
13/14th Grade - 5 8th Graders
• Feb. 24 and 27: Schedule One on
PHOTOS BY TIMOTHY KAYS, STAFF The board accepted the following do- One with 8th Graders
nations: • March 13 -17: Master Scheduling @
HIGH FIVE CLUB INDUCTEES … The newest nominees to the Montpelier High NWOCA
Five Club included Andre Aguirre, Brayden JoHantgen and Ethan Marihugh. Not • $100 from the Wauseon Rotary Club
pictured were Ryan Conklin and Isaac Oliphant. to the WHS Chorale. Wauseon Middle School
NAEP Testing Feb. 1. Only a select
• $755.20 from Tomahawk Wrestling number of eighth graders will take the
Club to the Athletic Department for hotel test. A random sampling will be drawn
rooms. to see which students take reading and
which take math.
• $121.10 from the Wauseon Athletic The school has no responsibility in
Boosters to the Athletic Department for the administration of the test other than
NWOAL Boys Cross County plaques. providing the students and a place to
give it. NAEP has a team that comes in
• $1,312 from the Athletic Boosters to and takes care of the actual test admin-
the Athletic Department for junior high istration. A letter has already been sent
boys basketball uniforms. to the homes of the students who were
lucky enough to be selected to partici-
• $510 in $10 Chief gift cards from the pate.
Wauseon Rotary Club the Elementary The second administration the STAR
School Food Pantry. Diagnostic Test is taking place. All stu-
dents take a quick test to monitor growth
• $49.10 from Christ United Meth- in both Reading and Math.
odist Church to the Middle School after The National Assessment of Educa-
school snack program. tional Progress (NAEP)Education Statis-
tics, within the U.S. Department of Edu-
• $918.40 from True North Church cation. NAEP is different from the state
to pay for reduced cost lunches for 164 tests because it provides a common mea-
students. sure of student achievement for all states
and the entire country. There are no in-
• $40 from the Wauseon Downtown dividual student scores for the NAEP;
Association to the High School Choral. results are aggregated by the state and
national level.
• $1,835.60 from Box Tops for Educa- Important Points of the NAEP:
tion for the Elementary School. • The assessment will take between 90
and 120 minutes to complete. Students
• $100 from the Wauseon Bus Drivers will either take a pencil and paper test
to the WES Food Pantry. or use an electronic tablet (similar to an
iPad) provided by the assessment team.
• $362 from the Congregational Unit- • A student’s school grades will NOT
ed Church of Christ to the Food Pantry. be affected.
• There are no individual student,
• $150 from the Wauseon Lions Club teacher or school results. Results are for
to the National Honor Society. statistical purposes only.
• Students taking the NAEP are a ran-
• $750 from the National FFA Foun- dom sample of the larger student popu-
dation to the WHS FFA. lation; not every student in eighth grade
will take the NAEP.
SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS … Students recognized by the Board for high achieve- High School Business Education There is no need to study in prepara-
ment for December and January included Brady Hand, Devin Brown, Kyleah teacher Brad Myers has submitted his tion for the NAEP, but please encourage
Mock-Hammond, Kaida Feeney, Braxton Henry, Maggie Jacob, Joel Dohner, Jaxon resignation, effective May 31. your child to do his or her best. Again,
Stahler, Lyla Mahan, Nate Hooser, and Garrett Witte. Not pictured were Carter there are no individual student scores,
Meek and Korryn Peffley. Terri Westfall was officially named Ju- but this information will help identify
nior Class advisor at Step 8+, retroactive overall student achievement for Ohio
By: Timothy Kays 2017 and ending December 31, 2019. to Aug. 17, 2016. and the nation.
THE VILLAGE REPORTER As part of the regular session agen-
The board approved the offer of a one- Wauseon Primary School
The $2.5 million campus expansion da, the Board agreed to a depository year limited classified contract to Lauren Kindergarten Registration
at the Montpelier School has run into a agreement with Farmers and Merchants Nafziger as assistant treasurer/Human Kindergarten registration will be
temporary technical snag. District Su- State Bank for the period of January 12, Resources, effective Jan. 17. March 23 and 24. Parents will be able
perintendent, Dr. Jamison Grime, ex- 2017 until January 11, 2022. In per- to begin calling in and making appoint-
plained the details at the January 10 sonnel matters, the Board moved Ka- The board approved an overnight trip ments starting Feb. 1.
meeting of the Montpelier Exempted Vil- tie McCarty and Fara Neff to Bachelor’s for the FFA chapter to Dublin, Ohio, for a Music Informances:
lage Board of Education. +30, Megan Shilling and Elisha Siegel leadership conference Jan. 14-15. An informance is an informational
to Bachelor’s +15, and Marjory Snyder performance. During music class for
“We worked over Christmas Break,” to Master’s Degree for the 2016-2017 Building principals gave the following Kindergarten and First Grade students,
Dr. Grime explained. “I had engineers school year. Michael Moyseenko was ap- reports: parents and grandparents will be invited
and architects in here, and the hold-up proved as a light and sound technician to visit the classroom and observe what
that we’re having is coming up with a for the 2016-2017 school year at $25.00 Elementary School students do in music class each day.
plan to get utilities from this building per hour for the first hour per day, and The third grade reading scores for the • Kindergarten: April 18-22
out to that building. We want to make $10.00 per hour after the first hour, fall reading / ELA assessments are in • First Grade: March 20-24
sure that if someone pulls the fire alarm with a time sheet to be presented. The and the district’s numbers beat the state WPS/WES After School Program by
in this building, it goes off in that build- Board also rehired Susan Cliffton as a average. United Way: Program Paperwork/Infor-
ing. We want to make sure that if there’s cook on a limited contract at Step 1, ef- The state proficient score is 37 per- mation meeting is tomorrow at WES for
a class going on out there and the of- fective April 3, 2017 to May 24, 2017, cent and the Wauseon third graders interested staff.
fice needs to get a hold of them, that and named Blayne Bible, Anthony Cole- scored at 52 percent proficient. Math Week: Math week will be Jan
the paging system from this building man and Travis Smith as 2016-17 win- The proficiency score is not to be con- 23-27 with Family Math night 6-7 p.m.
goes out there. I would say that we’re ter weight room coordinators at 1/3 fused with the retention score, which is Jan. 26.
two weeks away from being done. If we time each. directly tied to the Third-Grade Reading
get there, and can squeeze in a special Guarantee. Academic News
Board meeting, I’ll try to get that done. As part of his report, Elementary “We will be examining the reading Star Testing Window: Winter Bench-
If it’s pushing the February Board meet- Principal Lance Thorp reported that stu- plan of each student to determine if mark Testing has begun. Each grade
ing, we might as well wait until then. It’s dent peer mediation will be beginning modifications are needed (whether accel- level will meet with Mrs. Gerig, Mrs.
one of those things that I’m not happy shortly. “We have a lot of little things erated, on track, or in need of remedia- Metzner, and myself to review mid-year
about it, but if you rush the process and that happen throughout the day, and tion,” said. benchmark data in STAR Diagnostic.
make a mistake, what was the point?” kids don’t see eye-to-eye,” Mr. Thorp Parent reports will be available in ear- This data is used to inform instruction,
said. “Our guidance counselors are real- ly February. intervention, and grade level strengths
Prior to commencement of the meet- ly doing this for us. They’ve been train- United Way Grant. Some basic com- and areas for improvement.
ing, the Board convened for their an- ing some of our students on how to me- ponents of the United Way grant include:
nual re-organizational meeting. That diate that. It will be interesting to see • Grades 1 through 5 Progress Reports
meeting saw the election of Darrell how these students help other students • 30 students total Progress reports were sent home Jan.
Higbie as Board President, and Cristo- get through these minor problems.” • One hour after school with parent 6. These reports reflect 1st semester
pher Wurm as Board Vice-President for pickup progress with detailed comments from
2017. Debra Clum was named to serve High School Principal Su Thorp re- • Hands-On Activities that promote the teachers.
as 2017 Student Liaison, and Jeremy ported, “The teachers of juniors are al- critical thinking
Clinger was tabbed to serve as Legisla- ready focusing on preparing them for the • Movement / After School Snack James Pruitt may be reached at
tive Liaison. The Board approved Ennis ACT. All juniors are going to be required Math Night will be 6-7:30 p.m. Thurs- publisher@thevillagereporter.com
Roberts Fischer Co., L.P.A.; Dinsmore to take the ACT this spring. It’s a state day, Jan. 19. Teachers have planned
and Shohl LLP , and Bricker and Eck- initiative, and one of the pathways for math-related games, estimation stations,
ler LLP as legal counsels for the district, graduation. The state will pay for that, snacks and activities that are meant to
and approved the 2017 Board meeting and if they choose to retake to try to get be shared. All students who attend will
dates and times, which will continue a higher score, the cost will then be on receive a homework pass, and there will
as the second Tuesday of the month at the student and the parents.” be several door prizes available.
5:00, with the exception of the months Awards ceremonies will be held dur-
of June and November. The Board also The Board retired into executive ses- ing the week of Jan. 23 for first semester
appointed Mr. Higbie to the Four Coun- sion, and with no actions being taken as accomplishments. There are a variety of
ty Career Center Board of Education for a result, moved for adjournment upon categories from improvement to grades,
a three year term beginning January 1, return to regular session. to citizenship, etc.

Timothy Kays can be reached at Wauseon High School
tim@thevillagereporter.com Keith Leatherman, Principal
Ryan O’Dell, Assistant Principal

CURRICULUM/TESTING
End of Course retesting has taken
place. This includes end of course tests

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6 - The Village Reporter” / Weekly Northwest Ohio (Williams & Fulton County News) Wednesday, January 18th, 2017


Stryker High School Students Congressman Latta Proposes
Achieve Honor Roll Status Legislation To Eliminate Death Tax

The following Stryker Grade 11 Jaelina Mitchell WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman makes it difficult to pass on the fruits
High School students Jalyn Dickerson* Laney Rockey Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) has re-in- of their labor to future generations,”
have achieved high Kristan Grapengeter troduced legislation for the 115th Con- said Latta. “Not only that, there are real
enough grades in the sec- Samantha Haas Sean Shindledecker gress that would permanently eliminate economic consequences as families are
ond quarter to make the McKenna Louys Courtney Stewart the Federal estate tax, also known as the forced to take out costly insurance poli-
honor roll (*Denotes all Madison Myers* death tax. The Permanently Repeal the cies, sell off equipment or land, and re-
A’s, + denotes four county Amanda Oberlin* Emanuel Villanueva Estate Tax Act would provide needed re- duce the size of their business or farm
student): Grade 8 lief to farmers and small business own- to ensure that they won’t be harmed by
Kira Pettit ers in Ohio and across the country. In the estate tax in the future. In addition
Grade 12 Gabriele Stuckey* Addison Campbell sectors that require high capital invest- to the economic benefits for Ohio and
Israel Aguilar Kimberly Stuckey Spencer Clingaman* ments, like agriculture, families often the nation, repealing this unpopular tax
Colton Benson* have difficulty meeting tax requirements is the right thing to do to stay consistent
Emily Cadwell* Noah Welsh* Ariane Dangler* imposed by the estate tax because their with our American values of entrepre-
Chyanne Cameron+* Sierra Whitman* Gabriella Dickinson* liquid assets are much lower than the neurship and hard work.”
Gabriella Clark* value of land, property, and equipment.
Hayden Clingaman* Grade 10 Isaiha Freeman In addition to the costs imposed at The top Federal estate tax rate is cur-
Jaelyn Currier Caylin Benson Kaleb Holsopple death, the estate tax also has a stifling rently set at 40 percent with an exemp-
Bristle Dix+ Logan Boetz* economic impact beforehand due to the tion of $5.45 million in 2016 and is lev-
Cameron Frey* Thomas Bost* Kaitlyn LaBo cost of life insurance and financial prep- eled on the assets of a person’s estate
Allison Frisbie Erica Breier* Logan Liechty aration needed to plan and comply with when they pass away. Latta’s legislation
Michael Fryar+ Breanna Doriot* Caitlyn Lyons* the tax. also ensures that individuals are not
Erica Garlock+ Daniel Fether Kinsey Myers* taxed on the increased value of an es-
Ashley Miller+ Ryan Ruffer* “For too many small businesses and tate by retaining the stepped-up basis
Michelle Robinson+ Reece Hall Morgan Rupp* farmers, the death tax is a barrier that at death.
Emma Shindledecker* Luke Holsopple* Amos Sloan
Carly Smith* Devon Weirauch Police Chief Dan McGee Speaks
Dustin Teschke+ Izayuh Littin Olivia Whitlock To Montpelier Hospital Auxiliary
Zachary Tucker+ Cody Moser Hannah Wood
Tricia Wolfrum* Jeffrey Neville Payton Woolace*
Kaitlyn Wonders Mark Short Trinitie Woolace*
Kaid Woolace*
Maygen Wray* Grade 9 Grade 7
Trevor Zachrich+ Makenzie Cadwell* Tristan Atkinson
Brianna Breier
Emilyanne Cox Serenity Bustamante
Abigail Grice* Karina Guthrie*
Anna Heeres*
Arik Huffman Abigail Meyer
Noah Huffman Marissa Myers*

Bailey Short*

Stryker Schools Board Of Education
Sets Earlier Start To Meetings

By: James Pruitt The board approved Johnson’s rec- PHOTO PROVIDED
THE VILLAGE REPORTER ommendation to hire Lisa Dobbelaere
as a Title I teacher for the remainder of SPECIAL GUEST ... Montpelier Chief of Police Dan McGee, left, served as guest
The Stryker school board approved the school year. speaker for the regular meeting Jan. 9th of CHWC-Montpelier Hospital Auxiliary.
a new meeting time of 5:30 p.m. for He was presented with an appreciation gift by Auxiliary President Armeda Saw-
its meetings, which will continue to be The board approved a proposal to miller, right.
the second Monday of the month. The place the renewal of the 5-year Emer-
change from 6:30 p.m. was inspired gency Levy on the May 2 ballot.
partly from a desire to have Superinten-
dent Nate Johnson and Principal Dave The board discussed an auction of
Clark avoid 10 or more hour days at the the buildings at 110 and112 Curtis. The
school on boards meeting dates. district wants to purchase the lots, but
needs the buildings moved first. If the
The board will meet at 5:30 p.m. Feb. auction doesn’t work out, the buildings
27, March 27, May 22, June 26, July will be demolished. Johnson said the
17, Aug. 21, Sept. 12, Oct. 16, Nov. 20 school stills need more information be-
and 7 p.m. April 17. fore it can proceed. At this time the sale
is a possibility.
Treasurer meeting minutes
Third grade reading 26 of 33 passed James Pruitt may be reached at
comparable to last year. publisher@thevillagereporter.com

Williams & Fulton Counties
Send Delegates To Columbus
For Ohio Farm Bureau Meeting Montpelier Police Chief Dan McGee fense classes for women, usually held at
was the guest speaker for the general the park.
PHOTOS PROVIDED meeting of CHWC-Montpelier Hospital
Auxiliary Monday, Jan. 9th at 1:00 p.m. The Montpelier Police Department
FULTON COUNTY ... Members of the Fulton County Farm Bureau were among the in the hospital conference room. Chief is also involved in a community project
nearly 340 delegates who participated in the 98th annual meeting of the Ohio Farm McGee has served 20 years as a police to provide “E-Sight” technology using a
Bureau held in Columbus. Fulton County’s delegates were (left to right) Lilly Arm- officer and is in his fourth year as chief high definition video camera “glasses”
strong, Lyons, Allen Willison, Lyons, Mark Ballmer, Fayette. Back Row: Lawrence of the police department. to provide 20/20 vision to individu-
Onweller, Delta, Roy Norman, Defiance Co. Organization Director, Wauseon and Montpelier is a unique village in the als severely visually-impaired. Two lo-
Chris Weaver, OFBF State Trustee, Lyons. The delegates established the organiza- middle of Williams County and has cal youth are currently working with
tion’s policy on protecting members’ rights as parties to oil and gas leases, fund- many low-income families. All village of- this project which costs approximately
ing for Ohio’s roads and bridges and voluntary tracking of best farm management ficers continually work hard to keep the $15,000 each. One met his goal just
practices that improve the quality of Ohio’s waters. Delegates also discussed the town’s residents safe and the police de- before Christmas and the other youth
huge property tax increases farmers are experiencing and efforts to obtain legisla- partment receives positive support and still needs $5,000 to complete her goal,
tive relief. outreach from the community. hopefully by Valentine’s Day. The de-
WILLIAMS COUNTY ... Williams County’s delegates were (left to right) Marvin Di- Problems affecting the community partment has reached out to the com-
etsch, Edgerton, Tristen Slicker, Bryan, Garold Keppeler, Edgerton. Back Row: Roy stem from the drug trade emanating munity to assist in this project and wel-
Norman, Defiance Co. Organization Director, Wauseon and Chris Weaver, OFBF from larger cities like Toledo, Fort Wayne comes any additional donations.
State Trustee, Lyons. and Lima. The biggest drug problem is
heroin, sometimes laced with fentanyl, Following the guest speaker, Auxilia-
with small amounts causing overdose ry President Armeda Sawmiller conduct-
in users. Taking drugs is a choice at ed the business portion of the meeting,
first and quickly becomes an addiction. leading the members with the Auxiliary
Sometimes it begins with using and/or Prayer. Roll call was answered with:
selling pain medications found in the “When you were young, what is some-
home prescribed for other family mem- thing you remember getting in trouble
bers. for?”. Thought for the day was “A New
The police department participates Year’s resolution is something that goes
in Project Dawn, sponsored by the Wil- in one year and out the other” (author
liams County Health Department. Police unknown).
officers carry special treatment kits cost-
ing $75 each with drug overdose medi- Following the secretary’s minutes
cation to save lives. In 2016 Ohio’s drug and treasurer’s report, various commit-
overdose law became effective where a tees also gave reports. Jan Follett was
user who overdoses will receive two free thanked for taking care of January hos-
treatments before facing criminal pros- pital patient favors. Volunteers helping
ecution in court. at the hospital gift shop were thanked
Law enforcement officers conducting and some time slots still need to be
drug searches in homes often find chil- filled.
dren residing there. Chief McGee noted
that there has been an increase in search The next regular auxiliary meeting is
warrants. Tracking illegal drugs can be scheduled Monday, Feb. 13th at 1:00
very difficult with perpetrators “border- p.m. in the hospital conference room.
hopping” into Indiana and Michigan. An Guest speaker will be Paula Peffley of
upcoming Community Town Hall event Helping Hands Food Pantry in Mont-
is being scheduled for open discussion pelier. Roll call will be “How have you
on drug problems in the area. Details given special help in your life?”. Mem-
and scheduled date will be announced. bers are reminded to bring a recipe and
Locally, an Alert Team Vehicle re- donation for the Bakeless Bake Sale and
sponds to more critical a Valentine card for a card shower for
situations with a mobile hospital patients. Dorothy Briner will
command post, special be in charge of February patient favors.
equipment transport, Guests are welcome to attend.
search and rescue capa-
bilities, cameras, access INFORMATION PROVIDED
through the internet, uti-
lization of local maps, and sammonscarpetcleaning.com
use as a command post
for weather emergencies.
Last May the department
participated in a natural
disaster drill. Chief McGee
also conducts free self-de-

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Edon & Hilltop Battle In Classic BBC Showdown

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Boys Varsity Basketball Action

Hilltop Cadets Take Charge In First Quarter To Defeat Edon

PHOTOS BY KENT HUTCHISON, STAFF

Boys Varsity Basketball Nine of Pheils points came from three-
point range.
January 12th, 2017
January 13th, 2017
Archbold 63, Swanton 39
The Bluestreaks opened NWOAL play North Central 88, Waldron 26
with a bang against the Bulldogs. Af- 11 Eagles finished with points in this
ter a 10-point halftime lead, Archbold lopsided non conference win. The first
won the third period 21-8 to run away quarter ended with North Central in con-
from Swanton. Three Streaks finished trol 15-5. By the end of the first half the
in double figures as Eli Miller led with knock out punch had come as the two
13 points, and Bryce Williams and Rigy teams went to the locker rooms with the
Ramos added 11 points apiece. Gunnar Eagles flying high 43-20. North Central
Oakes was held to eight points to lead finished with three players in double fig-
Swanton. ures led by Josh Roesener with 15 points.
Joining Roesener were Steven Williams
Bryan 40, Evergreen 37 and Cody Tomblin with 12 points apiece.
All the game’s points were scored
in the first three quarters as the two January 14th, 2017
NWOAL teams fought and clawed to a
0-0 deadlock during fourth quarter ac- Swanton 52, Lake 41
tion. The Golden Bears (8-4, 1-0) were In a non-league contest the Bulldogs
led in scoring by Peyton Lamberson with improved to 4-8 on the season with the
18 points while Jaden Valderas added 12 win. Gunnar Oakes led Swanton with 22
points. Evergreen’s individual stats were points.
not available.

View All Photos Of This Event Online At www.thevillagereporter.com Montpelier 67, Stryker 62 (OT) Edgerton 48, Pettisville 37
After a 59-59 ending sent the game After a 21-20 Pettisville lead at the
Tri-County into overtime, the Locomotives won the break, the Bulldogs (6-5, 0-2) rolled to
Repair, Inc. overtime session 8-3 for their eighth win a 28-16 second half advantage for the
of the season. It was the Michael Blake non-conference win. Brayden Cape led
A/C work - Auto - and Kolden Uribes show as Blake led the Edgerton with 15 points while Carter
Farm - Truck attack with 25 points and Uribes added Knecht and Dustin Miller added 11 and
23. The Panthers (4-8, 3-4) had three 10 points in the win. Canidate Vickery
WhWehyedymdmraaraakukueleilaciaclhllhlokoksisinenesddsss&&ooff players in double figures led by Colton finished with 10 points for the Black-
fiftititninggss.. Benson with 20 including nine points birds (7-5, 5-2).
from beyond the arc. Chase Glock fin-
800-872-3220 ished with 14 and Luke Holsopple added Archbold 55, Ottawa Hills 46
419-237-2546 12. The Bluestreaks (9-2, 1-0) used five
three pointers to guide them to the non-
Hilltop 66, Edon 45 league win. Bryce Williams and Rigo
The Cadets (10-1, 7-0) stormed out Ramos led with 12 points apiece. Ca-
to a 26-4 first quarter lead en route to leb Wooley finished with 10 points. The
their seventh straight BBC win. Hilltop’s Streaks were good on five shots from be-
version of the three headed monster led yond the arc.
the charge as Ryan Brooker led with 18
points, Quinn Smith added 15 and Tim Hilltop 66, Hicksville 57
Maneval finished with 14. Edon (1-9, 1-6) Quinn Smith exploded for 30 points
was paced by Braden Miller’s 18 points. including three makes from three-point
land to guide the Cadets (11-1, 7-0) to
Pettisville 40, Fayette 39 the non-conference win. Ryan Brook-
The Blackbirds (7-4, 5-2) got off to er and Tim Maneval added 15 and 12
a slow start as the Eagles held a 24-12 points in the win. Maneval joined Smith
advantage at the intermission. But Pet- as a member of Hilltop’s 1000-point club
tisville turned the tables in the second during the contest.
half outscoring Fayette 28-15 to squeak
out the BBC win. Graeme Jacoby led the Wauseon 60, Defiance 44
Blackbirds with 11 points while Gabe No game statistics submitted.
Beck added nine. The Eagles (5-7, 3-4)
finished with seven players in the score Evergreen 50, Edon 43
column led by Clayton Pheils with 13. No game statistics submitted.

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Boys JV Basketball Action

Evergreen & Bryan Teams Go Head To Head In Golden Bear Territory

PHOTOS BY KENT HUTCHISON, STAFF

Junior High cluded Zack Hayes 24, Sammy Wheeler
Boys Basketball six, Colton Hicks five and Tucker Beres
four. Ryan Pfund played a phenomenal
January 9th, 2017 roll in the Eagles victory this evening.

North Central 51, Fayette 34 Delta 44, North Central 27
7th grade – North Central used a mon- 8th grade - Scorers for Eagles includ-
ster effort from Zack Hayes in the win. ed Roman Sutton 12, Ben Turner 10,
Hayes connected for 27 points. Others Jack Zenz four, Luke Zuver one.
scoring for the Eagles were Colton Hick
eight, Sammy Wheeler seven, Tucker Boys JV Basketball
Beres six, Mason Sanford two and Ryan
Pfund with one point. January 13th, 2017

Fayette 48, North Central 15 North Central 62, Waldron (MI) 8
8th grade - Fayette got revenge in The Eagles soared in the non con-
the second game. Leading North Central ference demolition. Nine players found
were Jack Zenz, Roman Sutton, and Tra- themselves in the scoring column led by
vis Shmunk with four points each and Jack Bailey’s 12 points. Walden could
Luke Zuver added three points. muster just one basket in each quarter.

Edon 50, Pettisville 20 Junior High WINTER 2017 Sports Schedules
7th grade – Edon’s D. Gallehue Boys Basketball
poured in 24 points as the Bombers fin- january 20 - January 26
ished with a 30-point advantage over January 14th, 2017
Pettisville. Gideon Myers and Josh Bas- BOYS BASKETBALL (Jan 26) Hicksville @ Edgerton
selman scored six points apiece for the Edon 41, North Central 32 (Jan 20) Archbold @ Wauseon (Jan 26) Hilltop @ Stryker
Blackbirds. 7th grade – North Central was led (Jan 20) Delta @ Patrick Henry
by Mason Sanford with 10 points. Zack (Jan 20) Liberty Center @ Evergreen (Jan 26) Liberty Center @ Delta
Boys JV Basketball Hayes and Colton Hicks both scored sev- (Jan 26) North Central @ Edon
en and Tucker Beres and Sammy Wheel- (Jan 20) Swanton @ Bryan (Jan 26) Pettisville @ Montpelier
January 12th, 2017 er added four points apiece. (Jan 21) Archbold @ Elida (Jan 26) Swanton @ Evergreen
(Jan 21) Bryan @ Van Wert
Stryker 31, Montpelier 27 North Central 33, Edon 28 (2OT) (Jan 21) Edgerton @ Delta (Jan 26) Wauseon @ Bryan
Logan Boetz and Daniel Fether were 8th grade – North Central was led by (Jan 21) Evergreen @ Pettisville WRESTLING
the backbone of the Panther offense Roman Sutton with 10 points, Ben Turn- (Jan 21) Hicksville @ North Central
in the BBC win over the Locomotives. er and Luke Zuver added seven points (Jan 21) Holgate @ Fayette (Jan 21) Archbold/Edgerton/Montpelier
Fether led the charge with 15 includ- apiece. (Jan 21) Stryker @ Tinora @ Chuck Forward Duals (Archbold)
ing two three pointers and Boetz added (Jan 24) Fayette @ Swanton (Jan 24) Edgerton @ Tinora
10 points with two makes from beyond Pettisville 34, Montpelier 26 (OT) (Jan 24) Hamilton @ Edon (Jan 25) OHSAA Team Dual Regional
the arc. Blake Bumb led Montpelier with 7th grade – This BBC game went back Quarterfinals
seven points. and forth as the Locomotives led at the GIRLS BASKETBALL (Jan 26) Bryan/Evergreen
break 14-9. After the fourth quarter was (Jan 20) Edgerton @ Ayersville Montpelier @ Archbold
Junior High tied at 26-26, the Blackbirds used an 8-0 BOWLING
Boys Basketball run in the extra session to gain the win. (Jan 20) Edon @ Pettisville (Jan 20) Evergreen @ Swanton
Zakkai Kaufmann led Pettisville with 18 (Jan 20) Fayette @ North Central (Jan 20) Patrick Henry @ Bryan
January 12th, 2017 points while Everett Lashaway was the (Jan 20) Tinora @ Delta
top scorer for Montpelier with 12 points. (Jan 20) Montpelier @ Hilltop (Jan 20) Wauseon @ Liberty Center
North Central 39, Delta 38 (Jan 21) Anthony Wayne @ Wauseon (Jan 21) Wauseon @ Port Clinton
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Girls JV Basketball Action

Pettisville & North Central Junior Varsity Girls Battle On The Eagle Court

PHOTOS BY KENT HUTCHISON, STAFF

Edon JV Girls Defeat Hilltop

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Girls Basketball Woolace finished with three points and
Olivia Whitlock added one point.
January 9th, 2017
Girls JV Basketball
Edon 27, Pettisville 16
8th grade – Edon opened up an 11-2 January 13th, 2017
first quarter advantage as they ran past
the Blackbirds. Briner finished with 12 Edon 40, Hilltop 18
points for the Bombers and Green added No game stats submitted.
seven points. Pettisville was led by Xavia
Borden with eight points, Elise Hartzler Stryker 27, Montpelier 16
with four points and Kenzi Rivera and Kalista Blevins poured in 18 of her
Anna Hudspeatch with two points each. team’s 27 points as the Panthers were
winners in the BBC match up. Trinity
Pettisville 23, Edon 19 Nichols led Montpelier with seven points.
7th grade – Karsyn Hostetler and
Karsen Pursel scored eight points apiece Delta 36, Wauseon 32
to help outscore Edon 11-5 during sec- No game stats submitted.
ond half action to gain the win. Ally Kay-
lor led the Bombers with seven points. Freshmen Girls

Fayette 42, North Central 10 January 14th, 2017
8th grade – Fayette dominated play as
T. Fruchey with 18 points and J. Robin- Pettisville 25, Edgerton 24
son with 12 points led the charge. After Edgerton was a 14-13 leader at
the half, the Blackbirds won the second
North Central 32, Fayette 26 half 12-10 to escape with the win. Mitch-
7th grade – The Eagles took the upper ell Avina and Joel Flory paced Pettisville
hand in the eighth grade battle. Madison to their fifth win with eight points apiece.
Brown led the North Central scoring with
19 points while Lauren Balser added six Junior High
and Jessie Lonabarger finished with five. Girls Basketball
E. Leininger and B. Lloyd led Fayette
with 11 and 10 points respectively. January 14th, 2017

Girls JV Basketball Montpelier 38, Pettisville 17
8th grade – The Locomotives struggled
January 9th, 2017 with just 11 points in the second half,
but their 27 first half points led them to
Stryker 23, Edon 21 the victory. Bumb and Fritsch led Mont-
No game stats submitted. pelier with 14 and 13 points respectively.
The Blackbirds were led by Kearsten Zu-
Montpelier 36, Maumee ver, Elise Hartzler and Grace Schnitkey
Valley Country Day 16 with four points apiece.
After an 8-0 run after one quarter, the
Locomotives dominated the remainder of Pettisville 24, Montpelier 10
the game for the non-conference victory. 7th grade – The Blackbirds used 12
Kimme Engels was the top point getter points in each half to win the BBC con-
for Montpelier with 11 points. test. Three Pettisville players led in scor-
ing with eight points apiece including
Junior High Addison Moyer, Karsyn Hostetler and
Girls Basketball Karsen Pursel. Page led Montpelier with
10 points.
January 12th, 2017
Hilltop 47, Stryker 9
Pettisville 24, Stryker 10 7th grade – By half time the Cadets
7th grade – The Blackbirds were led had built up a 27-3 advantage on way to
by Addison Moyer with 13 points. Scor- the win. Lana Baker led Hilltop with 12
ing for Stryker included Jennifer Deitz points. Brianna Breier led Stryker with
with six points and Haylee Fulk with four five points.
points.
Hilltop 34, Stryker 21
Pettisville 30, Stryker 16 8th grade – It was a 19-7 advantage
8th grade – Kearsten Zuver led Pettis- after the first quarter that allowed the
ville with 13 points in the win. Also scor- Cadets to end up with the 13-point vic-
ing for Pettisville was Elise Hartzler with tory. Barnum and Brenner led the Cadet
eight points, Ellie Wixom with six points, attack with 11 and 10 points respective-
Grace Schnitkey with two points and ly. Kinsey Myers finished with 11 points
Mayzie Clark with one point. Caitlyn Ly- for Stryker.
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Swim & Dive Action

Bryan & Wauseon Swim & Dive Athletes Compete For Top Scores

PHOTOS BY BILL BRAY, STAFF

Swim & Dive the three-point win. The Golden Bears
capture wins in the 200 Medley relay
January 7th, 2017 with the team of Jonathon Roberts, Da-
mon Beltz, Justin Doty and Logan King
VARSITY BOYS AND with a time of 1:56.99. Will Jackson
GIRLS SWIM AND DIVE swam to victory in the 50 Freestyle in
Wauseon and Bryan competed at the 24.18. Bryan won the 200 Freestyle Re-
7th annual Subway Invitational in Oak lay with the team of Will Jackson, Joey
Harbor on January 7. In the girls meet, Kimble, Logan King and Jeremy Dur-
the Indians scored 202 points finishing del in 1:44,54 and Damon Beltz was
second in the 15 team field. Bryan was the winner in the 100 Breaststroke in
13th with 13 total points. 1:12.92. Wauseon winners included:
200 Freestyle: McKenzie Darnell Nicholas Dilworth in the 200 Freestyle
2:01.83; 200 Freestyle: Nicholas Dil- in 1:52.92 and the 100 Backstroke in
worth 1:48.40; 200 IM: 3.) Ryan Scher- 58.13; Ryan Scherer in the 200 IM in
er 2:12.56; 50 Freestyle: Brenden Ar- 2:12.55; Tony Schweinhagen in div-
redondo: 7.) 24.13; 1 Meter Diving: 3.) ing with 214.90 points; Mac Warncke
Patience Bachman 351.95; 7.) Megan 100 Butterfly 1:01.82; Branden Ar-
Carroll 271.25,: 11.) Audry Lane 233.50; redondo in the 100 Freestyle 53.92;
1 Meter Diving: 2.) Tony Schweinhagen Ryan Schuette in the 500 Freestyle in
292.05; 100 Butterfly: 3.) Sydney Darnell 5:12.90.
1:01.53; 100 Freestyle: 2.) McKenzie Dar-
nell 56.63; 6.) Alexys Carteaux 1:00.87; GIRLS VARSITY SWIM AND DIVE
100 Freestyle: 8.) Branden Arredondo Bryan 59, Wauseon 42
52.96; 12.) Lucas Rupp (archbold) 56.93;
500 Freestyle: Brooke Schuette 5:28.58; In the girls meet Bryan finished first
Kate Precht 5.) 5:56.46. in the following races: 200 Medley Re-
500 Freestyle: Nicholas Dilworth lay with the foursome of Ashley Koenn,
4:56.17; 2.) Austin Schuette 5:00.46; 7.) Audrey Zimmerman, Sophie Smith,
Lukas Dominque 5:26.29; 10.) Kyle Ver- Meggie Voigt; Meggie Voigt in the 50
not 5:39.16; 200 Freestyle Relay: (Alex- Freestyle in 25.27; Tay Peters, diving,
ys Carteaux, Brooke Schuette, Sydney 190.90 points; Ashleigh Franks in the
Darnell, McKenzie Darnell) 1:45.91; 200 100 Freestyle in 54.71; 200 Freestyle
Freestyle Relay: 3.) (Branden Arredondo, relay with the team of Izzy Rigg, Han-
Austin Schuette, Nicholas Dilworth, Ryan nah Wynne, Meggie Voigt, Ashleigh
Scherer) 1:35.48; 100 Breaststroke: 4.) Franks in 1:42.35; Izzy Rigg in the
Ryan Scherer 1:08.29. 100 Backstroke in 1:09.29. The Indi-
400 Freestyle Relay: 2.) (Branden Ar- ans were paced by the following win-
redondo, Austin Schuette, Ryan Scherer, ners: Brooke Schuette in the 200 Free-
Nicholas Dilworth) 3:26.98; 400 Free- style in 2:04.31 and the 500 Freestyle
style Relay 2.) (Alexys Carteaux, Brooke in 5:32.78; Sydney Darnell in the 200
Schuette, McKenzie Darnell, Sydney IM in 2:17.39 and in the 100 Butter-
Darnell) 3:50.23. fly in 1:00.61; Megan Carroll in the 100
Breaststroke in 1:22.03; 400 Freestyle
January 12th, 2017 Relay with the team of Sydney Darnell,
Alexys Carteaux, Brooke Schuette and
BOYS VARSITY SWIM AND DIVE McKenzie Darnell in 3:50.95.
Wauseon 122, Bryan 119,
Springfield 56

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