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  • __Canfield Speech & Debate Team Finishes First November 15, 2017

    The Canfield Speech and Debate Team competed at The John Revezzo Invitational Tournament hosted by Niles McKinley High School on Saturday, November 11, 2017. Approximately 350 students participated representing a total of 17 schools. At the end of competition, Canfield earned distinction as the “first place” team!
    Additionally, Dominic DeRamo earned the Brian Peteritis Memorial Award, given to the tournament’s top speaker. Dominic competes in United States Extemp.
    Other Canfield students earning recognition for their performances were: In Congress- 1st Place: Drake Safranic, 6th Place: Ben Lawson; In Drama- 2nd Place: Alanna Holden; In Humor- 1st Place: Ashton Gingerich, 3rd Place: Jared Cross, 6th Place: Kaleigh Ceci; In Informative- 1st Place: Gregory Halley; In International Extemp- 3rd Place: Smaranda Solomon; In Lincoln-Douglas Debate- 1st Place: Eva Lamberson, 4th Place: Jessica Lee; In Original Oratory- 2nd Place: Jackson Horvat; In Program Oral Interpretation- 1st Place: Abi Hursh, 4th Place: Camryn Heldreth, 6th Place: Kat Roman; In Public Forum Debate- 1st Place: Jennifer Smith and Dominic DuPonty, 2nd Place: Taryn Rothbauer and Michael Factor; In United States Extemp- 3rd Place (tie): Anna Sinclair, 3rd Place (tie): Julia Petrallo.
    With the first place finish, Canfield has won the first four regular season weekends!

  • __Local Resident Receives 50 Year Service Award November 15, 2017

    Charles H. Houck Sr. was presented his 50 Year Service Award by the past Commander of St John’s Commandery #20 K.T. Dale Hawkins and the Past Right Eminent Grand Commander of Knights Templar of the State of Ohio, Richard J. Brady.
    A banquet was held at the Argus Masonic Center in Canfield, for Charles H. Houck who received recognition for his 50 Years of Service to the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar of the State of Ohio. During those years of service “Charlie” has served as Eminent Commander of the Niles Commandery, three separate times. He was also appointed and served as Deputy Division Commander of the 9th Division, for the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar of the State of Ohio. He was again honored in November 2012 by being selected for KCT Award, Knight Commander of the Temple, a very prestigious award. Charlie was a fireman for 38 years for Poland Village, before he retired and still lives in Poland Township.

  • __Brookfield Runner Places First at AAC Blue Division Race November 15, 2017

    Brookfield Middle School would like to congratulate Kaiitlyn Carsone (8th grade) for placing first in the AAC Blue Division Cross Country Race held October 14th at The Trumbull County Fairgrounds.
    Also at the AAC Blue Division race, Bella Respucci (7th grade) finished in 5th place and Allison Breighner (8th grade) finished in 6th place for the Lady Warriors. Billy McAnany (8th grade) finished in 11th place in the boys race. A great job was done by all the BMS Cross Country runners!

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