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MS FootballGibsonburg Middle School Football put another check in the win column as they defeated Toledo St. Francis 26 to 12. Daniel scores on with 8 yard run. Conner scores on a 68 yard touchdown run. Daniel throws to Kobe for the 2 point conversion. Daniel scores again on a 42 yard touchdown run. Conner completes the Bears scoring with a 73 yard run. The Bears will be in action next Thursday as they travel to Lakota for a 5:00 pm start. Good win and Go Bears!!!
The Gibsonburg boys golf team took 7th out of 8 teams in the SBC River Division Championship with a team score of 395. Mitchel was the Gibsonburg medalist with a 88.
Anyone interested in registering to vote in the November 6th election can see Mr. Weigman for a registration form. You must be 18 on, or before, November 6th. Mr. Weigman will collect voter registration forms until Thursday, September 27th. You may also register online by visiting the website of the Ohio Secretary of State. See the following link: https://olvr.sos.state.oh.us/
Junior ClassThe Junior class is currently selling mumkins to help cover the cost of prom. Sale will end 9/25/18 and delivery will be on 10/9/18 between the hours of 5:30-7:30pm. Thank you for supporting the Junior Class. Ordering Page
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MS Cross Country
Congratulations to the middle school girls cross country team for placing 4th out of 14 teams at the Lakota Middle School Invitational on Saturday. Emelia Simmons was the overall champion with a time of 12:29. Brianna Montgomery finished 13th in 13:35. Elizabeth Crawford was 31st with a time of 14:33,Ally Sentle 42nd in 14:52, Sophia Paul was 73rd in 15:56, McKenna Freeborn finished 79th in 16:22, Kara Long finished 122 and Morgan Widmer was 140th.
The boys team finished 11th out of 17 teams. For the 8th grade, Cyler Amor finished 10th in 12:38, Jake Hall was 63rd in 14:31, Jacob Henderson was 64th in 14:34, Tyler Wiliamson finished 118th in 16:42, Mason Brink was 132nd in 17:29, and Chase Witte was 133rd in 17:42. Both varsity and middle school teams will compete at the Widewater Invitational on Saturday.
Attention all young men grades 9-12 who plan on playing basketball this year:
Team Sports will be here during lunch period on Wednesday for team shoe sizing. If you plan on buying team shoes, please make arrangements to attend. If you have any questions, please see Coach Liskai.
MS FootballThe Golden Bears chalked up another victory last night beating Margaretta on the road 30 to 14. Daniel throws a 3 yard touchdown pass to Andrew for the first score. Daniel completes the 2 point conversion with a throw to Kolbe; Daniel scores again on a 3 yard run. 2 point conversion failed; Daniel hits Andrew for a 28 yard touchdown strike. Daniel runs in the 2 point conversion; Conner picks up the final touchdown with a 21 yard run. Daniel hits Kolbe for the 2 point conversion; The defense was led with interceptions by Andrew and Bryson. The Bears next game will be at home next Thursday at 5:00pm against Toledo St. Francis. Hope to see you there. Go Bears!!!
YearbookYearbooks are a great way to share the memories of high school. If you ordered a yearbook, you can pick them up from room 100 before school or during periods 1-8 starting Thursday. They are $55. If you did not buy a yearbook there are less than 10 left so get one before they're gone.
MS Cross Country
Last Saturday, the middle school cross country teams competed at the Tiffin Carnival. The boys team placed 24th out of 30 teams, and were led by Cyler Amor, finishing 29th out of 219 runners. Jake Hall was 113th, Jacob Henderson was 136th, Tyler Williamson was 187th, Chase Witte placed 200th, and Mason Brink 211th.
|The girls team placed 5th out of 28 teams. Placing 5th overall with 199 runners in the race was Emelia Simmons. Brianna Montgomery was 30th, Elizabeth Crawford was 67th, Ally Sentle finished 78th, Sophia Paul was 138th, McKenna Freeborn placed 162, and Kara Long was 188th. Vonaija Harris placed 88th out of 291 runners in the open race. Both teams run at the Lakota Invite this Saturday.|
The girls cross country team placed 18th of 31 Teams at the Tiffin Carnival on Saturday. The following returning runners ran personal records, despite the muddy course: Jessi, Mady, and Kallan. Also running great races were Isabel, Kylie, Hannah, and Katrina, who clocked season best times. Congratulations to Hannah for earning an individual plaque, placing 22nd of 202 runners in the girls race.
The boys team also put in outstanding efforts to take 7th of 32 teams in their race. Andrew, Austin, Tyler, and Chase all ran their Personal Bests. Austin, Dean, Wyatt, Nate, Nick, Logan, and Dylan all had season best times. Special congratulations to Gibsonburg's #1 and #2 runners, Austin and Andrew, who brought home individual plaques for placing 24th and 29th of 215 runners in their race.
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