The 8th grade girls volleyball had a tough loss last night against Toledo Christian, losing in two games, 25-18, 26-24. The girls host Tiffin Calvert @ !
Both the girls and the boys cross country teams placed 9th of 16 at the Old Fort Invitational . Sam d led the Bears, followed by Jasmine, Jenna, Emily, and Heidi. Congratulations to Megan, Sam W, and Emily for running season best times on the hilly, muddy, windy course, and to Jenna who clocked a personal best, despite the tough conditions.
Vinny led the Bears on the boys side, followed by Nathan, Travis, Logan, and Andrew. Season bests were turned in by Logan, Vinny, Travis, and Andrew, while Lucas turned in a personal best performance. The girls team will race at at Fostoria , and the boys will race at .
The lady bears beat Ottawa hills in 4, 25-16, 10-25, 25-20, 25-8. Emma led with 15 points, 4 aces and 9 kills. Taylor added 10 points and 8 kills and 10 digs. Courtney had 8 kills and 4 blocks. Ashley had 29 assists and 8 digs.
The boy's team finished 13th at the Sectional Championships at Green Hills. Results
The Middle School Football Team knocked off another TAAC opponent after traveling to Toledo Christian and beating the Eagles 34 to 8
Josh has a 32 yard run to set up the first score
Theo scores on a 2 yard run
Jessie runs in the 2 point conversion
Jake has a tackle for a loss
Jarett has a tackle for a loss
Hunter has a tackle for a loss
Mitch connects with Theo for a 22 yard touchdown pass
Trey picks off an Eagle pass
Mitch hits Jesse for 50 yard touchdown pass
Theo and Collin each have a tackle for a loss
Josh intercepts an Eagle pass
Jake has a tackle for a loss and on the next play sacks the QB
Theo scores from 60 yards out
Mitch runs in the 2 point conversion
Collin has another tackle for a loss
Gabe breaks up an Eagle pass
Collin helps out the Bears bad field position with a 55 yard punt
Theo has a tackle for a loss
Mitch has an interception and returns it to score the last points of the ballgame
The Bears will play their last home game next against Montpelier. Game time
Hope to see you there. Go Bears!
The Gibsonburg FFA will be holding its 6th Annual Fall Harvest Dinner on Friday, October 16, 2015 before the Gibsonburg Homecoming activities and home football game and against Danbury. We will be serving from 4:00 to 7:30 pm. The choices of meat for the meal are bbq chicken (cooked on site with the help of the Gibsonburg Volunteer Fire Department) or roast beef. You may purchase a Full Meal or a Half Meal. The Full Dinner will include the meat you selected, 1/2 chicken or ½ lb of beef (estimate), homemade mashed potatoes, choice of gravy, choice of vegetable, choice salad, dinner roll, desert and beverage at a cost of only $10.00. The ½ dinner will include ¼ Chicken or ¼ lb beef (estimate), mashed potatoes with gravy, dinner roll, beverage, desert and a choice of vegetable or salad offered for $6.00. You must specify your choice of meat when purchasing tickets. Tickets should be purchased in advance. Ticket sales will begin September 1, 2015. Meals may be eat in or take out. You may contact a Gibsonburg FFA member to purchase tickets, call the Agr. Dept. at 419-637-2873 ext. 1167. The last day to purchase tickets will be Tuesday, October 13, 2015. There will be a limited number of tickets available at the door.
Please come and enjoy a country cooked meal before the game and stick around help support the Students of Gibsonburg High School as well as cheer on our undefeated Golden Bear football team on this festive Homecoming Night. Go Bears.
Registration is now starting for a Hunters Safety Course that will be held at Gibsonburg High School in November. The dates for the course sessions will be Monday 11/2, Wednesday 11/4, Monday 11/9 and Wednesday 11/11 from 6 to 9:30 P.M at Gibsonburg High School Library. Students need to attend all 4 sessions unless prior arrangements are made with the instructor. The certification test will take place at the Wednesday November 11th session. Participation will be limited to the first 50 participants to register. The course will be offered to men or women ages 8 and older. Children 10 and under may complete the course but must be accompanied by an adult during all class sessions. Participants from outside the Sandusky County area are welcome. The cost of the course is free.
The eighth grade boys placed 5th out of 9 teams night. Finishing for the boys were Nate in 22nd place with a time of . Austin was 24th in and Payton was 25th in . Logan was 54th in , while Chris finished behind him in 63rd place with a time of . Jeremiah completed the team, finishing 80th in .The seventh grade boys were led by Tyler, finishing 35th in . Nick was 42nd with a time of , and Chase was 68th, in .
If you have questions or concerns about prom please follow the following link to follow updates along with dates and times for prom committee meetings https://www.remind.com/join/
|District Goals Improve Student Achievementfor All LearnersPractice Fiscal ResponsibilityBuild Trust and Respect within the Gibsonburg CommunityPromote a Safe and Nurturing Environment||
The Mission of the Gibsonburg Exempted Village School District, a school committed to educational excellence in partnership with home and community, is to guide, encourage, and challenge all students to use their minds well, so they may be prepared for responsible citizenship, continuous learning, and productive employment in our ever-changing society.