Woodmore Youth Organization begins summer baseball and softball sign-up

posted Feb 11, 2018, 2:00 PM by Kevin Ball

Press Release

   The Woodmore Youth Organization (WYO) is now accepting registrations for the summer baseball and softball season. This year, spring softball for 6th-8th grade girls has been added to the program. Programs of play include: beginner ball and coach pitch for 5-8 year olds and little league that offers competitive play for 8-14 year olds, specifically fastpitch for girls.

   WYO welcomes all children interested in playing baseball or softball. Parents may register their children at Participants need only show interest. WYO respects everyone’s ability and will work with families that may need assistance to pay fees. Registration deadline is March 1.

    WYO recently purchased new pitching machines for the baseball and softball programs through a donation by the family of Gary Zajac. “It was a tremendous gift to the community and the children,” said WYO president Brian Whitcum.

    The new batting cages are also ready to be used for the spring season. Other enhancements to the baseball and softball fields include: replacement of the Woodville dugout tarps, new bleacher awnings for two diamonds in Woodville, updates to the electrical, new backstops, new fencing along field lines, three new scoreboards, as well as a freshly painted re-organized concession stand complete with the Wildcat logo.

   This year, the group will host three tournaments to include 10u and 12u girls, and the first annual, Gary Zajac Memorial, Rock ‘N Fire Softball Tournament June 29- July 1, named in memory of a former WYO president. Whitcum states, “We wanted to honor Gary’s memory and passion of the game. He gave a tremendous amount of time and put a lot of work into the program to make it what it is today,” said Whitcum.


posted Feb 10, 2018, 7:39 AM by Kevin Ball   [ updated Feb 10, 2018, 7:40 AM ]

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Chinese Exchange students

posted Feb 2, 2018, 4:12 AM by Kevin Ball

Thanks for the memories!!!  Our Chinese friends will be missed!

7th grade Girls Basketball team.

posted Feb 1, 2018, 5:31 AM by Kevin Ball

Good luck to our 7th grade Girls Basketball team on Saturday, February 3rd!! NBC Tournament Final (at Fostoria) vs. Elmwood, 9:00 am. 

Winter Royalty

posted Feb 1, 2018, 4:12 AM by Kevin Ball

Winter Royalty is Feb. 5-9.  These are the dress up days the kids picked:
Monday - Pajama Day
Tuesday - Twin Day
Wednesday - Farmer Day
Thursday - Sport Day
Friday - School Spirit Day

February Students of The Month

posted Feb 1, 2018, 4:10 AM by Kevin Ball

February Students of The Month
6th grade:  Sophia Fonseca and Bryce Brzeczek
7th grade: Macie Tuttle and Jackson Everett
8th grade: Chloe Kohler and Ryan Cope
Board Students of The Month
7th grade - Devin McNair and 8th grade - Rachel Youngless

MS Honor Roll

posted Jan 31, 2018, 9:13 AM by Kevin Ball

Middle School Students Earn Second Nine Week Honor Roll

High Honor Roll 3.79 and above

Sixth Grade: Kaitlyn Babka, Wyatt Beaudoin, Caydie Buchanan, Averie Converse, Isabelle Cook, Kylie Cordy, Delaney Dawkins, Molly Downs, Grace Draeger, Nevaeh Florio, Sophia Fonseca, Brenden Hill, Emily Kerecz, Camden Knepper, Julia Liszak, Molly McCarthy, Layla McGinnis, Amira Murphy, Brooklynn Neal, Lance Overmyer, Sage Perry, Evan Philo, Sophia Repka, Abby Sandrock, Damasio Slaughter, Marisol Tapia, Azure Travis, Skyler Turner, Alyssa Whitehead, Rylee Williamson and Nolan Young.

Seventh Grade: Macey Bauder, Jordan Beam,  Andrew Carter, Alena Davis, Emma Foos, Alayna Hahn, Brendan Hammer, Paige Helmke, Robert Holub, Nathaniel Horvath, Theo Jackson, Scott Kigar, Kenzie Krukemyer, Jorja Lubiejewski, Autumn Mason, Liam McCarthy, Devin McNair, Lukas Perry, Braden Rehard, Lilly Strong, Carsen Szakovits, Macie Tuttle and Olivia Vogelpohl.

Eighth Grade: Autumn Bowen, Christopher Buchanan, Kristen Davis, Madelynn Gillingham, Baize Kaylor, Audrey Knepper, Aaron Miller, Sophia O’Neill, Huntergrace Overmyer, Amanda Reed, Martin Repka, Derek Romstadt, Marinda Rotruck, Haley Schling, Ashton Schneider, Peyton Sorg, Andrew St. John, Allyson Taylor and Lexie Villarreal.

Regular Honor Roll 3.0 - 3.79

Sixth Grade: Hadyn Bradstock, Bryce Brzeczek, Richard Burke, Amber Conner, Olivia Dawkins, Brant Deal, Liam Dreier, Gabriel Garcia, Lukas Gronwall, Sara Joy, Keegan Murray, Lilian Myers, Kassandra Nissen, Graecen O’Rourke, Gabrielle Perry, Katie Pittman, Cameran Quisno, Abigail Reineck, Ava Rich, Chloe Rizor, Isabella Salander, Serenity Shimatzki, Kira Thorbahn, Shannon Truman and Tayne Tummel.

Seventh Grade: Cole Almroth, Sophia Bittel, Angela Dickerson, Jackson Everett, Jonathan Everett, Garrett Geldine, Cadence Gray, Logan Hernandez, Melanie Hunt, Ethan Jackson, Taylor Joy, Emma Kayser, Logan Lopez, Kylie Lowe, Colin Mangus, Livia Marshall, Emma Plicinski, Rahzia Rios-Smith, Jacob Roginski, Tyler Smith, Preston Sorg, Alivia Strickland, Ethan Taylor, Marissa Tracy, Quentin  Trevino, Andrew Tucker and Titus Wazbinski.

Eighth Grade: Jeffrey Almroth, Karys Becerra, Shannon Benner, Noah Bittel, Sophia Blausey, Ryan Cope, Jill Cuevas, Victoria Dixon, Lavinia Dreier, Landon Emch, Emily Fite, Jersey Fry, Joshua Goodwin, Mason Hablitzel, Camryn Ivy, Anastasia Juergens, Zach Karl, Olivia Kigar, Chloe Kohler, Cheyenne Lopez, Ali Martin, Holly Murray, Aaron Parker, Duane Perkins, Macy Perry, Lucy Richards, Alivia Rowe, Dylan Schultze, Dalton Selhorst, Sedric Shimatzki, Sarah Smathers, Devin Trombley, Sidney Wank, Anna Wellons, Tori Wilburn and Rachel Youngless.


posted Jan 22, 2018, 9:01 AM by Kevin Ball

1/20/18 - The Woodmore wrestling team concluded the season by finishing fourth in the Northern Buckeye Conference Championships hosted by Elmwood.  Woodmore finished with 90 points, one-half point in front of Eastwood.  Otsego won the team title with 175.5 points and were followed by Lake (145.5 pts.) and Elmwood (104 pts.).  The Wildcats had three champions and three wrestlers who placed third.  Eighth-grader Blake Almroth won two matches to win the 128-pound weight class, eighth-grader Gavin Parlette took the 142-pound weight class winning the championship match by pin, and seventh-grader Eli Wolph was the only wrestler in the 160-pound weight class.  Eighth-grader Landon Emch won his third-place match by pin in the 98-pound weight class, eighth-grader Lukus Schaub won his third-place match by pin at 104 pounds, and eighth-grader Casey Cousino won by pin in the third-place match at 122 pounds.  Seventh-grader Garrett Geldine (110 pounds) and seventh-grader Ethan Taylor (172 pounds) also wrestled in the league meet.

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