Northwood Community Club Bowlers, Musical Tickets on Sale Now, and More!

Northwood Community Club Bowlers Finish Season Strong

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Our Rangers keep busy both with school extra curriculars and with extracurriculars outside of NHS. This week, we were able to sit down with a few members of the Northwood Community Club Bowling team. The team consists of four members, Amber Elliot, Ty Zieroff, Zach Wilkes, and Josh Roach. The team usually practices on Thursday nights at Penny Jo’s Eastern Lanes. Occasionally, the team will practice multiple nights during a week, if they have a big match coming up. These bowlers compete within the Metro High School League at SouthWyck Lanes. They bowl every Saturday morning and sometimes even get to bowl televised matches on BCSN on Sunday mornings.

When asked about highlights for this season, Amber stated that high scores and series that the team has been able to reach have definitely been a highlight. She added, “We work as a team to bowl our best and get our name on the sheet for high team series. We definitely had an amazing season and we were able to place in the top four all season long!” Ty stated that a huge highlight was making it to second place to bowl on television. Zach added that that everyone had a really good year and recognized Amber as helping out a lot to keep the team motivated!

imag0057This year, the Northwood Community Club Bowling Team finished second behind Clay Gold Team. Zach Wilkes was the Boys High Scorer with a 217.8 Average and Amber Elliot was the Girls High Scorer with a 185.8 Average. Josh Roach averaged 185 and Ty Zieroff averaged 195. Zach and Amber also received the All City Bowler Award, which is given to the top four boy’s and girl’s averages for the season. The team participated in the season tournament at Southwyck Lanes finishing second overall. The Northwood Community Club Bowlers ended their season with the Chris Taylor Memorial Tournament. Zach Wilkes took first place in the Scratch Boys Division, Amber Elliot took first place in the Scratch Girls Division, and Ty Zieroff took ninth in the Scratch Boys Division.

When asked about what they enjoy most about the bowling team, Amber said that she really enjoys the fun that the team has together. She further explained, “We are a team, we win as a team, we lose as a team, and we compete as a team. If one of us is struggling, we help each other out and keep positive attitudes. We have developed friendships through bowling. We also bowl with other schools so we create friendships with people from different schools. Outside of high school bowling, we compete in tournaments with each other or with people from other schools.” Ty and Zach both agreed that they also really enjoy bowling with their teammates.imag0062

When asked what is up next for the Northwood bowlers, Ty explained that they will be looking for a fourth bowler, due to the fact that Josh will be graduating this spring. Zach added that the team plans to practice over the summer. He also has his sights on winning a championship! Finally, Zach added that he would like to acknowledge and thank Karen Elliot for being the team coach, stating, “Without her, there wouldn’t be a Northwood bowling team!”

District Reminders

 

Northwood Regional Powerlifting MeetpowerliftingThe Northwood Regional Powerlifting Meet will be tomorrow, March 4th, beginning at 10am. Admission to view the meet is as follows:

Adults: $6

Students: $5

Senior Citizens: $4

Good Luck Ranger Cheerleaders!

Good luck to our Ranger Cheerleaders who will be heading to Columbus, Ohio this Sunday to participate in the OASSA Cheer & Dance State Competition!

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Willy Wonka Tickets on Sale Now! 

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Tickets available at the NHS office or online:

March 17, 7:30pm @ http://bit.ly/FridayWonka

March 18, 7:30pm @ http://bit.ly/SaturdayWonka

March 19, 2:30pm @ http://bit.ly/SundayWonka

College & Career Preview Night

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Are you considering college or would like to learn more about in demand careers?  Then come to College & Career Preview Night on

Wednesday, March 8, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Owens Community College.

This is your chance to talk with representatives from business and Industry, along with more than 100 colleges and Universities in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania and more!

Experts on financial aid & scholarships, Military Academies, Disability Services, and College Athletics will also be there to answer your questions.

Invite Mom and Dad or just bring your friends!

It’s College & Career Preview Night

Wednesday, March 8

6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Owens Community College Toledo-Area Campus

For more information, see HS Guidance Counselor, Michelle Reid! 

Preschool Registration

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