FFA Alumni scrap metal drive this weekend

FFA Alumni members will hold their Fifth Annual Big Walnut/DACC FFA Alumni Scrap Drive at the high school on Saturday and Sunday. Containers will be set up for collection at the south end of Big Walnut High School near the Ag Science entry.Any scrap metal or iron, large items or small, even appliances, will be accepted, including beverage cans, scrap aluminum, copper, insulated copper wire, brass, scrap steel and sheet iron. Items that will not be accepted are microwaves, dehumidif...

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Soil Testing, Water Quality Workshop set Tuesday at Genoa Township Hall

Spring weather has finally arrived, and green thumbs will soon be tending gardens at home and at community plots. Most will tell you that, like any discipline, one can never know enough about their soil and water; and, also like any discipline, it’s best to start a garden right to enjoy a bountiful harvest.But where do you get that fundamental information if you’re a novice, or even an experienced green thumb?One stop on the gardener’s early spring sche...

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Big Walnut girls coming off three meets in four-day stretch

To say last week was a busy week for the Golden Eagle girls track team might just be a bit of an understatement.Joe Evener’s Big Walnut thinclads competed in four road meets, all on the road, beginning last Wednesday (April 16) in a dual meet with Watkins Memorial, last Friday (April 18) in the Kiwanis Invitational at Teays Valley High School and Saturday in the Hank Smith Invitational at Heath High School.The Golden Eagles defeated Watkins Memorial 97-40, placed f...

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Big Walnut’s Brooke Hatfield commits to play softball at Thomas More College

Big Walnut’s Brooke Hatfield, a multiple-varsity letter winner in softball and volleyball for the Golden Eagles, will attend Thomas More College. Hatfield signed to play softball with the Saints on Brooke Hatfield Day held Thursday, April 3, at Big Walnut High School.Hatfield, who will earn her third varsity letter in softball at the conclusion of the 2014 season, was a First Team All-Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division and a Season Team Division II All-Central District ...

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Big Walnut falls to Hayes 9-2 after edging Kilbourne 4-3 in 9

The Pacers dusted off their little ball attack.Delaware Hayes erupted for five runs in the top of the sixth inning to seal a 9-2 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division victory over Big Walnut in a makeup game played on Thursday, April 17, in Sunbury.Coach Ryan Montgomery’s Pacers, who dropped a 2-1 decision to the Golden Eagles on Tuesday at Delaware, took advantage of three bunts to open the sixth inning. Colin Reed beat out a perfect bunt down the third base li...

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Kate Petty no-hits New Albany 1-0, marks her second career no-hitter

Sophomore left-hander Kate Petty was at the top of her game last Wednesday (April 16), hurling a no-hitter in Big Walnut’s 1-0 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division victory over visiting New Albany. It marked the second no-hitter of Petty’s Big Walnut career, the first coming her freshman season when she no-hit visiting Westerville South.Petty was on her game from the opening pitch, striking out 11 Lady Eagles en route to the 7-inning complete-game triumph. She was s...

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PBTF Benefit May 3 in Columbus

Sunbury Village Council member Jennifer Witt is teaming up with folks holding a Dance and Auction, Rockin’ For A Cause, to benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, and in memory of Olivia Nicole Ward.The benefit begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 3, at King Ave 5, 945 King Avenue in Columbus. The evening includes music by four bands, silent auction items, a 50/50 drawing, a lottery board and prizes.A minimum donation is requested: $10 for adult...

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