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Coach Hardman is Named Spring Coach of the Season; Now in the Running for Coach of the Year!

Thanks to the votes of the Green Bear faithful, baseball coach Chris Hardman has been named the BCSN Spring Coach of the Season. He is now in the running for Coach of the Year. Coach Hardman is going up against the Fall Coach of the Season, Amanda Gray of Central Catholic, and the Winter Coach of the Season, Chad Marzec of St. John’s.

Get those Green Bear votes going again! Go to http://www.bcsn.tv/coachofyear to vote for Coach Hardman. One vote per device per 24 hour period is allowed. Voting will end at midnight this Wednesday, May 4th. Vote every day and encourage your friends and family to do the same! 

Baseball and Softball District Tournament Brackets

Softball District Tournament Bracket

Baseball District Tournament Bracket

 

Ottawa Hills Elementary is named a "Hall of Fame School"

There are 2,187 elementary schools in the state of Ohio. Only seven of them received the distinction of being named a Hall of Fame School by the Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators (OAESA) this year. Ottawa Hills Elementary is one of them.

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Mrs. Danzeisen is Sun Federal Credit Union "Extraordinary Teacher of the Year"

From the many nominations submitted to Sun Federal Credit Union, the committee chose kindergarten teacher Wendi Danzeisen to receive this year's "Extraordinary Teacher" award. Mrs. Danzeisen received the award at the Sun Federal Credit Union annual meeting, held on Saturday, April 23. The distinction includes a $500 honorarium presented to Mrs. Danzeisen to use for a classroom project or supplies in her classroom.

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OH21 to Sponser Important Presentation on Heroin and Opiate Addiction

On Tuesday, May 17, OH21 will be sponsoring a program presented by Team Recovery and The Lucas County Sheriff's Office Drug Abuse Response Team (D.A.R.T.).

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Register Now for the Brian Matters 5k Run/Walk

The Brian Matters 5k run/walk, in memory of Brian Hoeflinger, will take place on Saturday, May 7. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m with the Challenge Run/Walk beginning at 9:00 a.m. Registration and the race start are at the Ottawa Hills High School Stadium. The course will wind through the streets of Ottawa Hills and participants will pass by the tree that Brian's car struck, ending his life.

All pre-registered participants will receive a t-shirt. You can access the registration form by clicking here, or pre-register online at http://www.BrianMatters.com and http://www.davesraces.com. The pre-registration fee is $25 for adults and $15 for students (with a $2.50 online registration sign-up fee). Race day registration is $30 for adults and $20 for students.

Funds raised will go toward funding area drug and alcohol prevention programming, including supporting OH21, which provides drug and alcohol prevention programming at Ottawa Hills Schools.