High School News
A few things in regards to this Friday at Home vs. Clear Fork
Gates will open and tickets will be sold just before 6:00 p.m. on Friday, September 5.  If you have a pass please come through the pass gate.  We will be charting the type of pass that you have this year, not asking everyone to sign in.    If you are on the pass list because you are working, please check-in at the pass gate also. 

The OYS teams will be introduced beginning at 6:15 p.m.  They will be walking down the track on the home side and exiting through the concession stand gate.

Also introduced will be the 1964 undefeated team after OYS teams have left the field.

The gates to enter onto the track will be closed this year.  People walking to the home stands must walk around the track by the restrooms.  We are going to allow the parent/student tunnel for the players just before they enter the field for game time around 6:55 p.m.  After that the field/track area (inside the fence) will be cleared.  No one will be permitted inside the fence area (track/sideline area) after the teams have taken the field except individuals who are wearing a Booster Club issued wrist band.  The Athletic Booster Club will be selling those wrist bands for $50.  Those wrist bands will allow fans inside the fence (behind the end zone) for the entire season.  You are asked to stay on the high jump pit pavement and not on the grass.  There will be a rope or line on the ground to keep fans from the field.  If you are interested in donating to the Booster Club for on-field access, there will be a tent set-up outside the fence as you walk into the complex for you to purchase a wrist band.  Contact miller.christopher@ontarioschools.org or drehfeldt@aol.com with questions or inquiries about purchasing bands. 

Also at the tent will be survey cards distributed from the Boosters. Please be sure to take one and complete.  The survey pertains to the All-sports facility project.  There will be buckets at each concession to return your responses.  This feedback is very important in making decisions pertaining to the project, so we appreciate all of your feedback.   

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.
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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