WEEC SCHOOL DELAYS:
2 HOURS: ARCANUM BUTLER, FRANKLIN MONROE, GREENEVIEW LOCAL/JAMESTOWN, GREENVILLE CITY SCHOOLS, NEWTON, AND PIQUA 7TH DAY ADVENTIST DUE TO FOG.
DEER-GUN SEASON, BEGAN MONDAY WITH A HALF HOUR LONGER OF PRIME HUNTING TIME EACH DAY, WITH THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES SAYING THE STATE’S DEER-GUN SEASON OPEN THROUGH SUNDAY DECEMBER 8TH. AGAIN, HUNTING TIME IS EXTENDED 30 MINUTES FOR ALL DEER-GUN SEASONS, WITH AN ADDITIONAL HALF HOUR ADDED AFTER SUNSET.
(FROM URBANA DAILY CITIZEN) Graham High School’s interim assistant principal has resigned, approximately two months after being appointed.The Graham Local Schools board accepted the resignation of Jacob Conley, who started as interim assistant principal Sept. 3, at its Monday meeting.Conley resigned because of the stress of the job, he states in a resignation letter to the district.
Cedarville among top smartest Ohio college
(FROM XENIAGAZETTE.COM) CEDARVILLE — Luminosity has been ranking America’s smartest colleges since 2012 and last week announced its 2013 rankings of 456 universities. Washington University in St. Louis gained the top slot but five Ohio colleges and universities finished in the top 120. Headlining the Ohio schools were Oberlin College (49); Ohio Northern University (80); Ohio State (106); Ohio Wesleyan University (116); and Cedarville University (118). In the Miami Valley, the University of Dayton checked in at number 183, while Wright State University was ranked #210. The University of Cincinnati finished at #308. The top five overall universities included Washington University in St. Louis; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Princeton; Northwestern University; and Carnegie Mellon University. Luminosity measured five cognitive areas: memory, processing speed, flexibility, attention and problem solving among the students in the data base.
WEEC SPORTS – TUESDAY 12-3-13:
NFL MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: SEATTLE 34 NEW ORLEANS 7
NBA: PORTLAND 106 INDIANA 102, THE PACERS NOW 16-2.
NHL 7PM TONIGHT: TAMPA BAY AT COLUMBUS
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: IN THE LATES BCS STANDINGS, FLORIDA STATE IS NO. 1, WHILE OHIO STATE IS NOW NO. 2, MEANING THESE TWO WOULD PLAY FOR THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP! AUBURN 3RD THIS WEEK, ALABAMA 4TH, AND MISSOURI 5TH. OF COURSE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES COMING UP THIS SATURDAY, INCLUDING AUBURN VS. MISSOURI IN THE SEC TITLE GAME, 4PM AT THE GEORGIA DOME, AT 8PM THE BIG TEN TITLE GAME AT INDIANAPOLIS, WITH 12-0 OHIO STATE VS. 11-1 MICHIGAN STATE, AND THE ACC TITLE GAME AT 8PM, DUKE VS. FLORIDA STATE.
THE NEXT HEAD FOOTBALL COACH AT SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA IS FORMER USC ASSISTANT STEVE SARKISIAN, WHO WAS THE COACH AT WASHINGTON. INTERIM COACH ED ORGERON QUITS AFTER THE ANNOUNCEMENT.
COLLEGE MENS BASKETBALL: MOREHEAD 74 WRIGHT STATE 69, UCONN 65 FLORIDA 64. TONIGHT 7:15PM: INDIANA AT SYRACUSE, 9:15PM: MICHIGAN AT DUKE. WEDNESDAY 7PM: MARYLAND AT OHIO STATE, 7:30PM: WITTENBERG AT WABASH. MICHIGAN STATE REMAINS NO. 1 THIS WEEK IN THE COLLEGE MENS BASKETBALL TOP 25 POLL, OHIO STATE IS NO. 5, AND DAYTON IS NO. 25 AFTER A STRONG SHOWING AT THE MAUI CLASSIC, SAYS CBSSPORTSLINE.COM.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL: PIQUA 40 URBANA 39.
IN BASEBALL, DETROIT SENDS PITCHER DOUG FISTER TO WASHINGTON, MAKING THE NATIONALS ROTATION ARGUABLY THE BEST IN BASEBALL, SAYS ESPN.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES: THURSDAY 7PM: DIV. 3: AKRON ST. VINCENT-ST. MARY VS. TROTWOOD-MADISON AT MASSILLON, DIV. 6 11AM FRIDAY AT CANTON: KIRTLAND VS. WAYNE TRACE, DIV. 4 3PM : YOUNGSTOWN CARDINAL MOONEY VS. CLINTON-MASSIE, 13-1 AT MASSILLON, THE DIV. 2 GAME FRIDAY 7PM: CLEVELAND GELNVILLE VS. LOVELAND AT CANTON. SATURDAY 11AM, THE DIV. 5 GAME WITH COLUMBUS HARTLEY VS. COLDWATER AT MASSILLON, THE DIV. 1 GAME AT 3PM AT CANTON, MENTOR VS. CINCINNATI MOELLER, AND THE DIV. 7 GAME 7PM SATURDAY NIGHT AT MASSILLON: A BATTLE OF TWO 14-0 TEAMS, GLOUSTER TRIMBLE VS. MARION LOCAL!