Category: School

Vantage Cosmetology Salon Opening 10/17

Vantage is proud to announce that the Avantage’ Salon will soon be open for business. The salon will be open from 8:30 – 11:00 a.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and is operated by seniors in the program. A variety of cosmetology services including hair care, skin care, manicures, pedicures, permanents, hair cutting and styling will…

Quick start propels Aces to Homecoming Win over Archers

HICKSVILLE – It was Homecoming Night in Hicksville Friday night and the hometown Aces wasted no time getting their crowd into the game. Hicksville scored 21 points in the first quarter and the Aces never looked back from there as they cruised to a 47-7 victory over visiting Antwerp. Jake Greer threw for 193 yards…

Aces fall to Panthers

The Panthers traveled to Hicksville for a win, 25-19, 25-19, 25-21, bringing Paulding’s record to 9-9 for the season. Megan Tope led her Panthers in serves with 12-12, Caitlyn Myers at 9-10, Macy Iler with 6 aces and Sadie Estle with 3 aces. Megan Tope also led in digs with 14. Sadie Estle led in…

Antwerp Elementary learn character traits

This year students at Antwerp Elementary School are learning about a different character trait each month. September’s trait was kindness. Students “caught” showing kindness now have their picture hanging from the character tree in the hallway. By the end of the school year, the tree will be full of students who have shown the different…

Patrick Troyer visits Divine Mercy Catholic School

Pictured with Patrick Troyer, the Educational Specialist from the Paulding Soil and Water Conservation District , are the Kindergarteners from Divine Mercy Catholic School. Holding animal pelts are Miranda McCord, Wyatt Head, Wyatt Flynn, Madisyn Morehead, Kalel Mead, and Ross Carter. Mr. Troyer brought in the pelts of a possum, coyote, raccoon, black bear, white-tailed…

AMERICAN LEGION NAMES ‘TEACHER OF THE YEAR’

Mr. Mike Lance, teacher a Leo High School was recently named Secondary Teacher of the Year for the State of Indiana by the American Legion at its annual State convention. Mr. Lance was selected by the Leo American Legion post 409 for the district level award. He was nominated for his ever present connection with…

Bulldogs run past Archers in GMC battle

ANTWERP – Edgerton ran for 386 yards and the Bulldogs scored the game’s first 35 points in rolling past Antwerp 56-13 Friday night in Green Meadows Conference football action. Hunter Prince rushed for 194 yards on 13 carries and Cameron Jordan added 134 yards on nine rushes to lead the Bulldogs, who improve to 5-2…

Paulding FFA Travels to the Ohio State House

By: Emma Horstman, Paulding FFA Reporter Recently, five Paulding FFA officers traveled down to Columbus for the Ohio Legislative Leadership Conference. The officers included, Sentinel Abbie McMichael, Reporter Emma Horstman, Treasurer Kaylie Tressler, Parliamentarian Riley Noffsinger, Student Advisor Shannon Hale and their Ag Education teacher, Mrs. Staci Miller. In the morning, these students got to…

Knights hand Bulldogs first loss

East Noble totaled 304 rushing yards and the Knights used a key third quarter goal line stand to knock off previously unbeaten New Haven 42-21 Friday night in Kendallville. The East Noble victory, coupled with Leo’s 34-13 win over Columbia City, sets up a three-way tie between New Haven, Leo and East Noble at 5-1…

Edgerton, Fairview Top Antwerp Invite

The Archers hosted 9 teams at this year’s Antwerp Cross Country Invitational event on Saturday, October 7 at the Riverside Veteran’s Memorial Park in Antwerp. The morning was the perfect conditions for the running events that involved from elementary all the way to whatever age you were! The day started with the seniors being recognized…

Antwerp Gets Close Win Against Aces

The Lady Aces travelled to the Antwerp home court on October 3rd to take on the Lady Archers. Antwerp was in a slump after losing to games just before this one and this one was even a struggle where it shouldn’t have been. Archers lost the first one and won the second. Both teams won…

Warriors set up winner take all showdown

Warriors set up winner take all showdownWOODBURN – Jack Rhoades ran for 188 yards on 26 carries and scored twice to lead the Woodlan Warriors to a 25-3 win over visiting South Adams in high school football action Friday night. The win by the Warriors (7-1, 5-0 ACAC) sets up a winner take all battle…