Maid-Rite announces sportsmanship winners
The Maid-Rite Sandwich Shoppe has announced its sportsmanship winners for the weeks of Oct. 1 and Oct. 8.
For the Week of Oct. 1, the winners were Luke D. Rammel, Jr. High cross country; Nathan Shaffer, 7th grade football; Noah Ellis, 8th grade football; Ella Strawn, Jr. High volleyball; Ashlyn Zimmer, Jr. High cheerleading; Annie Hayes, High school volleyball; Jenna Hughes, Girls soccer; Clayton Herron, Boys soccer; Amanda Chui, Girls tennis; Mikayla Miller, Girls golf; Kamron Berghoff, High school cross country; Jacob Goldsmith, Varsity football; Nate Perreira, Reserve football; Jared Hite, Freshmen football; Eden Sgro, High school cheerleading.
For the Week of Oct.8, the winners were Haleigh Hoening, Jr. High cross country; Bryce Blumenstock, 7th grade football; Jarrod DeMange, 8th grade football; Lonnie Arnett, Jr. High volleyball; Maggie Galloway, Jr. High cheerleading; Chloe Cox, High school volleyball; Emmie Myers, Girls soccer; Ethan Knoop, Boys soccer; Valerie Myers, Girls tennis; Jada Garland, Girls golf; Isabelle Rammel, High school cross country; Tony Sells, Varsity football; Brennen Siefring, Reserve football; D.J. Zimmer, Freshmen football; Jessica Peters, High school cheerleading.
Wave netters reap All-Area awards
Several members of the Greenville girls tennis team recently received All-Area recognition after posting a 15-3 record this season.
First singles standout Natalie Milligan and second singles phenom Emily Marchal were named to the All-Area second team, while third singles sensation Abby Swensen received All-Area special mention. Doubles did not disappoint either as the first doubles tandem of Anna Manges and Marabelle Lance got a nod for second team All-Area.
These young ladies of Coach Jim Koontz will be honored at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at Fairmont High School
Registration open for Franklin-Monroe Youth Girls Basketball Fundamental League
The Franklin-Monroe Lady Jets will host its annual Youth Girls Basketball Witner Fundamental League beginning in December and running through mid-January.
The league is open to any girls currently in grades 1-6 with instruction to be given by FMHS Lady Jets basketball players and coaches.
Cost for the league is $25 per player and each will receive a T-shirt and free admission to the high school girls game against Arcanum at 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 17, 2019.
The games will be held from 8:30 to 10 a. m. On the following five Saturdays: Dec. 1, 8, 15 and Jan. 5 and 12.
For more information, contact the athletic department at (937) 947-1328.