Archive - Oct 14, 2011
FINDLAY â€” Wapakoneta Redskins junior Caleb Acheson saw his golf season come to an end at the Division I district tournament Thursday at Red Hawk in Findlay.
Acheson shot an 80 for the round and tied for 14th place out of 60 golfers.
â€śItâ€™s not bad considering the itâ€™s only the second time playing the course and first time in tournament conditions,â€ť Wapak coach Ken Wayman said.
Acheson started with a par, bogey, par, then pulled his drive into the heather on No. 4. It took him two hits to get out and he ended up with a double bogey.
KENTON â€” The Wapakoneta Redskins defeated the Kenton Wildcats in three games in a Western Buckeye League varsity volleyball match Thursday at Kenton.
Senior hitter Morgan Quellhorst had 16 kills to lead the Redskins. Junior setter Nicole Brown had 38 assists.
Junior libero Amber Dickerson had 16 digs.
Wapak finished the season 13-8 overall and 6-3 in the WBL.
The Redskins open tournament play against the Bath Wildcats at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at Lima Senior.
Charles Burrell, 79, a resident of Elmcroft Assisted Living in Lima, loves to sing. Other residents at Elmcroft can vouch for that.
He loves to sing so much, in fact, that he has always had dreams of having his name flashing in lights as he prepared for a captive performance.
However, he figured it would always be a dream. But thanks to a special program for seniors, Burrellâ€™s dream came true at precisely 6 p.m. Wednesday night.
Keeping children safe as they ride their bicycles is the goal of an upcoming safety event hosted by an area police department.
The Cridersville Police Department is starting a new tradition and hosting a bike safety day to keep kids safe and they ride their bike to school.
Cridersville Police Chief John Drake and his officers will be hosting the first annual Bike Rodeo from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 29 at the Cridersville Elementary School.
â€śWe want to teach kids how to ride bikes safely,â€ť Drake said, regarding the purpose of the event.
A U.S. senator praised the passage of trade agreements with three nations earlier this week and noted it could lead to a growth in jobs.
â€śItâ€™s been a busy week,â€ť Sen. Rob Portman said during a teleconference with regional media Thursday afternoon. â€śYesterday (Wednesday) all three of the pending export agreements (with) South Korea, Colombia and Panama were passed. This is a milestone.â€ť