Eagle's Eye

April 2017

Prom

This year’s prom will be an electrifying night at Olscamp Hall on BGSU campus. Prom will start at 7pm then continue with after prom which starts at 11:30-3:30 at Eastwood High School.
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Boys, Girls State Representatives Selected

The local American Legion Posts have selected twelve students from Eastwood’s junior class to represent them at Boys and Girls state this year.


Boys and Girls State is an opportunity for students to learn about the government. During their week long stay, students will have the possibility to experience the government first hand. They have the chance to run for elected offices and set up their own city, county, and state governments.


This year, Buckeye Boys State is being held at Miami University during the week of June 11-18. The juniors boys being sponsored by the Troy- Webster American Legion Post 240 are Billy Barker and Seth Welch.


Barker participates in the band, cross country, track & field, pep band, and solo & ensemble. Outside of school, he takes part in indoor track and works at McDonald’s. Barker is the son of Jim and Michelle Walters.


Welch enjoys football, wrestling, track & field, and being ¼ of the

“Ton of Fun Squad”. Outside of school, he is a member of the Pemberville United Methodist Church. Welch is the son of Lee and Victoria Welch.


The Pemberville Freedom Post 183 is sending Alec Graber, Clayten Vongphachanh, and Elijah Garza to Buckeye Boys State.


Graber takes part in National Honor Society, golf, and basketball. Outside of school, he enjoys more golf and working at Nazareth Hall. Graber is the son of John Graber and Sheridan Morris.


Vongphachanh participates in soccer, track, and Key Club. He also works at Waterford in Levis Commons. Vongphachanh is the son of Nicole A. Snyder.


Garza takes part in track, Youth Leadership Toledo, 6th grade camp, and football. Outside of school he works at Waterford in Levis Commons. Garza is the son of Kelly and Andrew Garza.


Buckeye Girls State is being held at Mount Union during June 11th till June 17th.

Junior girls being sponsored by Troy- Webster Legion Post 240 include Leigh Snyder, Talia Barker, and Morgan Rost.


Snyder participates in National Honor Society, People Inc., Key Club, Student Council, and is captain of the varsity girls golf team. Outside of school, she enjoys participating in Troy Township Fire & EMS Explorers, Findlay Area Golf Association, and Hidden Hills Youth Golf Program. Snyder is the daughter of Tom and Cathy Snyder.


Barker enjoys band, jazz band, Christmas Ensemble, choir, cheer, track, musical, OSA, Key Club, Art Club, Tri-M, and National Honor Society. Outside of school, she takes part in Kow, Book Buddies, and Vacation Bible School. Barker is the daughter of James and Michelle Walters.


Rost participates in Key Club, OSA, People Inc., Junior Exec., International Club, National Honor Society, varsity soccer, and varsity basketball. Outside of school, she plays soccer for the Valentis Soccer Club. Rost is the daughter of Jerry and Tami Rost.


The Pemberville Freedom Post 183 is being represented by MacKinley Fix, Makahlen Hiser, and Cassandra Clay.


Fix takes part in basketball, track, National Honors Society, Junior Exec., and People Inc. Outside of school, she is the president of Lake Harvesters 4-H Club and volunteers with Vacation Bible School. Fix is the daughter of Tom and Jackie Fix.


Hiser is a member of National Honors Society, FFA, Junior Executive Council, Eastwood track and field, and the Eastwood musical. Hiser is the daughter of Dawn and Dan MacKay.


Clay participates in Eastwood Track and Basketball. Outside of school, she volunteers for Vacation Bible School. Clay is the daughter of Cory and Linda Clay.


Also representing Eastwood, Lauren Welker is going to Buckeye Girls State.


Welker participates in SA, FCA (Leadership Board), People Inc., NHS, Key Club, Art Club, International Club, varsity track & field, cross country, and musical. Outside of school, she takes part in Teen Court, St. John XXIII Church, VBS, and Pee Wee’s Dairy Shak. Welker is the daughter of Brent and Ellen Welker.

EASTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL FOR THE 3rd NINE WEEKS 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR

GPA 4.0 and Above


9th grade

Emma Bowe, Emily Cajka, Griffin Coffield, Luke Coffman, Alexis Csizmar, Rory Farmer, Mason Glaze, Joshua Hahn, Jacob Halko, Reegan Harvey, Ashley Hodulik, Alyssa Hoodlebrink, Nathan McCauley-Benner, Hunter McClish, Lily Phommalee, Samantha Rost, Lewis Rowan, Kelly Royal, Lilly Schuerman, Emma Shultz, Raegan Stewart, Kaitlyn Young, Emily Zatko


10th grade

Elizabeth Arntson, Robert Bettinger, Emily Bolton, Rachel Booth, Jack Chappuies, Ellyse Cherry, Margaret Cochrane, Carleigh Coffield, Moira Cunningham, David Deniston, Brooke Donaldson, Tabitha Escalante, Erik Fertig, Madison Finley, Sheldyn Geisbuhler, Cole Good, Noah Hahn, Alyssa Harper, Rocio Hernandez, Tatam Houtz, Sara Jay, Chloe Kadas, Katelyn Konecny, Morgan LaVigne, Allison Lucas, Jonna Nissen, Alissa Ray, Reagan Schuerman, Madeline Schuessler-Recker, Gavin Slattman, Sydney Sobieralski, Joel Stanley, Aidan Stevenson-Powell, Connor Stewart, Jessica Stewart, Faith Vermilyea, Hailey Wendt, Amanda Withrow, Lukas Wright


11th grade

Talia Barker, Jacob Booms, Madeline Booms, Kaitlyn Bridge, Chandler Davidson, Jordan Davidson, Madeline Dyer, Jordon Egbert, Mason Frantz, Grant Hirzel, Meghan Hosley, Taylor Lasits-Brooks, Tori Martin-Crosby, Meghan Melcher, Katelyn Meyer, Natalie Nieschwitz, Morgan Rost, Leigh Snyder, Kelley Turk, Catherine Wasylyshyn, Lauren Welker, Reid Zura


12th grade

Kara Ameling, Logan Baugher, Joshua Bierley, Dylan Blair, Cody Bourne, Danielle Bruning, Allyson Burke, Michael Burket, Kenneth Cassaubon, Rudy Cruz, Courttanney Franklin, Alexis Harris, Lucas Jackson, Kyle Kellogg, Nathaniel Kinart, Marisa Launstein, Aaliyah LeVally, Regan McAnally, Austin Meece, Madisen Morlock, Tyler Ruck, Amber Rudd, Jordan Slaughterbeck, Hannah Sponaugle, Landon Zura


GPA 3.50 to 3.99


9th Grade

Sydnie Abke, Sarah Ameling, Hannah Beaudoin, Ross Beaverson, Dylan Brogan, Erica Brooks, Isaac Douglass, Erin Freeman, Taylor Hannan, Julissa Hernandez, Peyton Johnson, Helena Katakis, Montgomery Kramer, Hannah Limes, Kyla McCoy, Gabriel McDonald, Austen Nissen, Mariana Nostrosa, Lucas Pease, Mason Poling, Addison Richards, Holden Ruck, Olivia Ruffner, Jack Schling, Corinne Schroeder, Hunter Shiffler, Logan Soltesz, Katelyn Stanley, Allison Waggoner, Riley Welker, Logan Wendt, Chloe Wilson, Hannah Young




10th Grade

Molly Baumgartner, Staci Bienko, Elisabeth Brickner, Sarah Briscoe, Daisy Brown, Cassidy Chagnon, Kyra Contris, Tyler Foos, Justin Gentry, Shaunna Jubenville, Bailee Meadors, Jaden Myerholtz, Jakob Nutter, Kylie O’Brien, Hannah Owens, Bailey Phommalee, Emily Pustay, Jordan Reiter, Cortasha Richardson, Joshua Stevens, Jacob Wonderly


11th grade

Allison Abke, Maximilian Bierhup, Dakota Blecke, Cade Boos, Stephanie Brockschmidt, Megan Browne, Mary Cathers, Addison Clark, Lucas Coffield, Cody Collins, Reese Delgado, Jordan Derr, Lucia Diaz, Nickole Dlugoleski, Taylor Downey, Kaylee Dudley, MacKinley Fix, Logan Frobose, Elijah Garza, Alec Graber, Brendan Halko, Ashley Heskett, Robert Hilt, Makahlen Hiser, Emily Hoodlebrink, John Kurfess, Jacob Marsh, Tanner Mohre, Rachel Parsons, Daniel Payne, JaeEun Schermerhorn, Tyler Schmeltz, Hunter Slattman, Matthew Smith, Katelyn Tillman, Alyssa Veryser, Clayten Vongphachanh, Erin Ward, James Wasylyshyn, Seth Welch


12th grade

Jared Briscoe, Kelsie Cancelliere, Jason Ernsthausen, Natalie Ferguson-Schuerman, Avery Geisbuhler, Jonathan Konecny, Ricky Martinez, Alicyn McClish, Jolynn Nissen, Samantha Royal, Cassidy Schling, Hannah Schnitker, Colten Schroeder, Mykala Simon, Joseph Trabbic, Karleigh Trehan, Leah Tressel, Grace Vaughn, Taylor Wilkins, Zane Zientek



GPA 3.0 to 3.49


9th Grade

Joshua Carr, Jacob D’Amore, Zachary Davis, Raegan Delgado, Brooklyn Fortress, Kendra Hagg, Alexander Herr, Noah Jankowski, Samuel Kahle, Erica Lang, Jesse Lopez, Cole Pawlowski, Zion Perkins, Justin Pickerel, Jamie Schmeltz, Alexandra Strauss, Trey Tuttamore


10th Grade

Jack Arman, Gregory Bailey, Mason Baum, Mallory Blanton, Sanaa Brown, Madelynn Chlebowski, Ashley Hitchcock, Samuel Kadas, Bradley Keyes, Brianne Kwiatkowski, Bailey Ramlow, Donovan Riffe, Hannah Shaffer, Anastasha Smith, Kara Spahn


11th Grade

Dalton Andrews, Jacob Armstrong, Cassandra Clay, Kyle Fruth, Zachary Henline, Kristi Jay, Jacob Linhart, Amaya Molina, Donald Rolf, Alexis Rose, Alex Ross, Abigail Schroeder, Jacob Sheldrick, Baylee Tefft


12th Grade

Logan Avalos, Braden Bejarano, Rudy Bowe, Syenna Dennis, Melissa Feasel, Tyler Fry, Alyssa Gottschalk, Mackenzie Hineline, Jacob Montag, Ryan Reiter
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LAST YEARBOOK PICK UP AND SALE

We have several yearbooks from the past that were paid for and never picked up. I would like to get these out of boxes and to their rightful owners. Please contact Kristy Pioterek at kpioterek@eastwoodschools to make arrangements for pick up.


Danielle Flanagan 1999-2000

Ney Ney 1999-2000

Thammawit Singkaew 2007

Theresa Rodrigueaz 2011

Josh Vance 2012

Jacob Kern 2012

Zach Cross 2012

Andrea Kotula 2012

Jill Abke 1996

Emily Dickendasher 19994

Dierdra Mackey 1997

Eric Steele 1997

Bethany 2003

Grover 2003


We are also in the process of selling old yearbooks. The following list is what we have left. Please contact Kristy Pioterek at the high school if interested.

1959-1

1962-1

1963-1

1966-2

1970-1

1971-1

1972-2

1974- 2

1975-1

1976-1

1978-2

1982-1

1983-1

1984-2

1985-3

1986-4

1987-3

1988-2

1989- 6

1990-2

1991-1

1992-2

1993- 4

1994- 14

1995- 4

1996- 17

1997-1

1998- 3

1999- 18

2000-2

2000-2001- 20

2001-2002- 13

2002-2003- 7

2003-2004- 6

2004-2005- 36

2006-1

2008-2

2009-12

2011-6

2012- 3

2013- 1

2014- 7

Question on the Street- Best April Fools Prank?

Saran Wrap on doors- 9/50

Mayonnaise inside of donuts- 25/50

Onions dipped in carmel- 16/50

Student of the Month- March

Congratulations to Eastwood High School Senior, Leah Tressel, for being selected as the March Student of the Month for Eastwood High School. Leah is the daughter of Tim & Sue Tressel and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition with her 3.72 overall GPA. Her involvement in school activities further allows Leah to demonstrate her leadership abilities. Leah is a member of National Honors Society (President), Senior Executive Council (Vice-President), Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, People Incorporated, and the Track & Field Team. Outside of these busy academic and school obligations, Leah is involved in the 4-H Club (Dowling Stitch, Stir, & Stock) as well as the Youth Group from Oak Bend Church. After graduation, Leah plans to attend the University of Toledo for nursing with an opportunity to eventually become a pediatric nurse practitioner.
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Student of the Month- April

Congratulations to Eastwood High School Senior, Lucas Jackson, for being selected as the April Student of the Month for Eastwood High School. Lucas is the son of Jeff and Jennifer Jackson and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition with his 4.25 overall GPA. His involvement in school activities mirrors his efforts within the community as he continually demonstrates leadership in each activity. Lucas is a member of Key Club, National Honor Society (President), and has served as a student leader for our annual Carpe Diem leadership camps. Athletically, Lucas shows displays his teamwork and leadership as a member of the Track & Field Team (3 years) and the Indoor Track & Field Team (2 years). Within the community, Lucas takes time to support and volunteer at the Wood County Youth Olympics as well as service as an Eagle Scout. After graduation, Lucas plans to pursue a major in Biology through attending Bowling Green State University or Ohio State University.
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Art Club

Every year the Art club paints a snow plow. This years plow is going to be a salute to American veterans and we cant wait to see the final product!

Wrestling

The Eagles Varsity Wrestling Team started off their season by wrestling in the Golden Bear Invite at Gibsonburg High School on Dec. third.

Their next match was a tri-match against Lake and Woodmore at Genoa High School on Dec. seventh. They split their matches with a lost against Lake with a score of 35-31. The Eagles defeated Woodmore 52-18. Double winners for the Eagles were Zane Jankowski, Jacob Hahn, Michael Burket, Seth Welch and Zane Zientek. Tyler Tudor won his hundredth varsity match by pinning his opponent.

The boys’ wrestled against Elmwood and Rossford at the tri-match at Elmwood High School. They split their matches with a win against Elmwood but then lost to Rossford. Double winners for the Eagles were Burket, Trey Tuttamore and Tudor.

The Eagles wrestled St. Joseph Central Catholic High School at the Fremont St. Joe Duals for their next match.

The boys’ wrestled at the West Jefferson Tournament where they came in third. Burket came in first while Hahn, Zientek and Tudor placed second and Welch came in fourth. Burket got his hundredth win during this Tournament.

Their next match was against Otsego and Genoa at home. The Eagles defeated the Knights with a score of 51-26 but lost to the Bulldogs. Double winners for Eastwood were Burket, Welch, Zientek and Tudor.

The boys’ wrestled in the Spartan Invite at Lima Senior High School. Burket, Zientek and Tudor placed first. Hahn placed second while Mason Glaze, Cody Collins, Welch and Addison Clark came in third. Tuttamore placed fourth while Kyle Fruth and Zach Featherston placed fifth.

The Eagles had another match at home against Fostoria. The boys’ defeated fostoria 72-6 and then defeated Clay 39-28. Double winners Glaze, Collins, Hahn, Welch, Ross Beaverson, Tudor, Clark and Zientek.
Their next match was the OHSAA Regional Quarterfinals. They defeated Rossford 39-37 and defeated Number one seed Delta 39-35. Double winners for the Eagles were Tuttamore, Burket, Tudor, Zientek and Clark. The boys then qualified for the Regional Semi-Finals.

The boys’ wrestled at the Thunderbird Invite in Lima for their next match. They placed 11th out of 39 teams. Burket, Zientek and Tudor placed fourth while Welch placed sixth.

The Eagles lost their next match in the Regional Semi-Finals to a great Swanton team. Then they were off to the NBC Championships which took place Feb. 13.

In the NBC Championships the boys did very well. Coming in first and taking home a championship were Burket and Tudor. Tudor was also named Wrestler of the Year in the conference! Zientek placed second, Glaze came in third while Collins, Hahn, Welch and Clark came in fourth. Congratulations on the excellent season.

Burket went to State and wrestled on the ninth of March. Unfortunately he lost both of his matches and was eliminated from the tournament. This was a great way to cap off his senior year; this was a great reward for all his hard work and effort that he put into wrestling over the years. Congrats to him and all of the wrestlers for a good season.