Monday, December 21, 2009

Score Updates

Junior High Girls Basketball Scores:
8th Grade: Greenville 41 vs Tri Village 20
7th Grade: Greenville 12 vs Tri Village 44
8th Grade: Greenville 19 vs Arcanum 26
7th Grade: Greenville 19 vs Arcanum 20

Varsity Boys Basketball lost to Tri-Villaige 44-59
JV Boys Basketball lost to Tri- Village 33-58

The JV Wrestlers placed 6th at the Greenville Invitational.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

High Five Business Winner of the Week

Eikenberry's is dressed in green for Wave Wednesday's and are this week's High Five Business Winner. Eikenberry's was spotted by WTGR representatives supporting Wave Wednesday's as part of the ongoing High Five for Wave Pride campaign. Leading Eikenberry's in their Wave Pride campaign are Mark Davis pictured with staff Melissa Shepherd, Cathy Asher, Angie Barker along with Greenville City Schools Superintendent, Susie Riegle and Scott Ward of WTGR. Eikenberry's will receive a pizza party donated by MARCO'S pizza as a thank you for their support of Greenville City Schools.

If you would like to join the 60+ businesses supporting Wave Wednesday's, please contact 548-3185.

Greenville NJROTC Marksmanship Team Places Fifth in Navy Regional Tournament

Eight members of the Greenville High School NJROTC Marksmanship traveled 5 December to Camp Perry, Ohio to compete in the Navy's regional Maksmanship tournament. The four person Varsity team led by Team Captain Justin Nickell placed fifth out of the eighteen teams competing from Ohio, West Virgina and Indiana. The Junior Varsity led by Adam Long placed 14th. Top shooter for Greenville was James Valentine shooting a score of 460 out a possible 600 placing 6th individually out of 72 shooters. The NJROTC Cadets shoot .177 pellet at a bullseye target one-eigth of an inch in diameter at 10M (34Ft) a perfect hit results in a Score of 10. The Cadets are required to shoot 20 targets for each position prone, standing and kneeling. Pictured Front Row Left to Right: Chelsea Buzard (V), Sharon Kissinger (V), James Valentine (V), Brandon Wetzel (JV) ; Second Row Left to Right: Joey Adams (JV), Zepplin Hoehn (JV), Justin Nickell (V), Adam Long (JV).

Monday, December 14, 2009

Athletic Scores from the Weekend

Junior High Wrestling 7th at the St. Marys INV

7th Grade Boys Basketball defeated Union City 36-21

8th Grade Girls Greenville 22 vs West Carrollton 15
7th Grade Girls Greenville 4 vs West Carrollton 39

8th Grade Girls Greenville 24 vs Russia 26
7th Grade Girls Greenville 6 vs Russia 45

9th Grade Boys Basketball won 46-39

Varsity Wrestling ---1st at Wave Duals


Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Sports Scores

Boys lost to Celina 14-129 and to Ottawa 14-97
Girls lost to Celing 9 - 113 and to Otawa 9-117

Boys Basketball
Friday Night Versailles beat Greenville 47-53, JV was defeated 20-51
Saturday night Troy defeated Greenville 48-77 JV was also defeated 43-67

Girls Basketball
Varsity was defeate by Lima Shawnee 33-81 and the JV was defeated 26-44

Junior High Girls Basketball VS West Carrollton

The 7th grade girls’ basketball team lost to West Carrollton 4-39. Ashley Freeman had 2 points, Nicole Elifritz had 1 point, and Kirsten Davis had 1 point.

The girls' 8th grade basketball team started their season with a win on the road against West Carrollton, 22-15.

Leading scorers were Emily Beanblossom 3, Haleigh Luce 4, Chloe Warvel 7 and Chloe Light 8. The girls play at home against Russia tomorrow.

Monday, December 7, 2009

Junior High Wrestling Results from Bulldog INV.

The Junior High Wrestling team placed 6th out of 14 teams at the Bulldog Invitational on Saturday. They scored 74 points.

At 104 lbs. Sam Quigney 4th place
At 110 pounds Colton Fuller 3rd place
At 142 pounds Drake Peters 4th place
At 172 pounds Kory Bannon 2nd place and
At 205 pounds Kyle Bruner 2nd place

Friday, December 4, 2009

Girls Varsity Basketball Scores Vs. Ft. Recovery

Lady Wave JV
G'ville 30
Ft. Recovery 42

Lady Wave Varsity
G'Ville 42
Ft. Recovery 58

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Junior High Boys Basketball teams open with W's

Junior High Boys Basketball Scores:

7TH Grade
Greenville 52- WC 28

8TH Grade
Greenville 44- WC. 31
Leading scorers and rebounders for Greenville were: Zach Comer 13pts and 8 rebounds; Ryan Drew 11pts and 10 rebounds; and Ryan Eldridge 11pts and 8 rebounds

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

New Banners at Greenville Junior High

The Greenville Junior High hallways have been dressed up with new colorful banners this year. Each banner reminds students of healthy habit's they should be following. Each floor has a theme, Better Mind, Body, and Spirit. The Greenville Junior High School and the Wellness Committee would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Nealeigh for their support in this project.

High Five Business Winner for Wave Wednesday

The High Five for Wave Pride campaign is excited to announce another High Five Business Winner for Wave Wednesday. The owners and staff of Readmore's Hallmark are proud Wave supporters. Owner, Kirsten Berghoff and staff members Kaleigh Clear and Barbara Carroll were spotted by Greenville City Schools Superintendent, Susie Riegle and Scott Ward of WTGR proudly wearing green and displaying Wave flags and signs in their windows. Even the flamingos at the front door are decorated in Wave
spirit. Readmore's Hallmark will receive a pizza party donated by
MARCO'S pizza as a thank you for their support of Greenville City Schools.

Readmore Hallmark offers a wide selection of items to display your Wave Pride. If you would like to join the 60+ businesses supporting Wave Wednesday's, please contact 548-3185.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Girls Basketball Scores - OVISCO TOURNEY:

Varsity Girls
Greenville 45- Celina 61
Greenville 49- Holy Name 63.

JV Girls
Greenville 24- Celina 43
Greenville 44- Holy Name- 26

South School Students who won the Great Behavior Lunch with the Mayor!

South Middle School students from Mr. Levek and Mr. Plessinger's science classes have been studying alternative energy. Students were tasked with researching a type of alternative energy, how it worked, a suitable location for, and pros and cons of that energy. Some students built their alternative energy to show that the energy really "does work". Meaning the energy harnessed will actually complete a task even if it isn't used to create electricity. Great work students and staff of South Middle School!