High School News
Warriors Shutout Flashes
On Thursday night at Willard, the boys varsity Warriors exploded for 4 goals in the second half to defeat the Crimson Flashes, 4-0. Scoring one goal each were Senior Lenell Shelby, Junior Erik Klimczynski, Freshman Danny Lamport, and Freshman Andrew Male. With assists for the men were Klimczynski, Junior Jake Hairston and Freshman Logan Osborne. Combining for the shutout were goalies Sophomore Austin Fraley with 5 saves and Freshman Noah Brokaw with 3 saves. The Warriors next game is Tuesday night September 2, at Tiffin Columbian. 
Girls Tennis Topple Bucyrus
Ontario's girls tennis team dropped Bucyrus with a final score of 4-1 at Marshall Park on Monday.  In first singles, Ashley Coyn defeated Ashton Hawkins 6-0, 6-0. Shivane Chawla also topped Hailey French 6-0, 6-0 in the second singles contest.  In the third singles play, Alexis Shambaugh was another victor.

The Warriors will host Willard today at Marshall Park.
Cortelletti Takes Title
What a difference five days can make? For Ontario’s boys cross country team, five days of work meant a PR time drop for each member finishing Saturday’s Seneca East Classic. Senior Brett Cortelletti brought home the title in the Black Division as meet champion, but he also posted the fastest time of the day in either division with an impressive 16:27.
Overall the Warriors took 10th place; not bad for an inexperienced team.Leading the team with the best time drop was Evan Waldman who had an 8:49 improvement!
Nineteen members comprised the 2014 squad with six seniors in the mix. Of the 19 runners, only 10 have previous experience with cross country. Despite the lack of experience, these athletes show lots of desire as they continue to drop their times with each new contest.  New to the program, Coach Sue Homan is doing a fine job getting these athletes ready for what looks to be an impressive season.
The Warriors will host an NOL Quad meet on Tuesday, August 26 at Marshall Park beginning with the boy’s race at 5:00 p.m.    
View highlights from the Seneca East Classic.  

Girls Post PR's
Kylie Bittner led Ontario’s girls cross country team clocking a 22:18 to finish 21st overall at the Seneca East Classic on Saturday. Close at her heels was teammate, Arie Cox with a 22:24. Completing the top five was Lily Lin with a 24:09; Becca Gregg, 25:29; and Sophie Zara, 27:12. Posting the best PR time of the day was Nicole Cox as she cut over 4 minutes off her Monday split at Madison. The girls took 12th in the team standings but continue to prove that they are dedicated to drop their times. View highlights from the Seneca East Classic - girls
Measure and Graph
Physics students are measuring the effect of changing the length of a pendulum on the time it takes for one oscillation (period); the results will be graphed and the relationship of period to length determined.
Chemists at Work
Dual Credit Honors Chem and AP Chemistry students are performing measurement labs involving the density of solids and liquids, comparing the accuracy and precision of the chosen methodologies and making conclusions based on the average deviation from the known values regarding the efficacy of the methodology. 
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Principal - Chris Smith Assistant Principal/Athletic Director - Chris Miller
Secretary - Jill Kaber

Athletic/Attendance Secretary - Deb Eddleblute
Guidance Counselors - Veronica Cain and Donnie Strine
Secretary - Judy Schnug

Attendance Line - 419-755-2000
School Resource Officer - Adam Gongwer
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