May accomplishments and performances from Darby’s best
The last month of the school year many were honored for their work in the past year and may performers had their final concerts.
On the fifth, five seniors were awarded by the district for being Catalysts for Positive Change. Karoline Betteridge, Daniel Bibler, Megan Ford, Amir Peerbhoy, and Anna Tahir were recognized that morning.
The baseball team had many accomplishments throughout the month, including winning districts on the 17th. Some of the teams they defeated were St. Charles and Pickerington.
Boy’s Volleyball defeated Delaware during the first round of the state tournament, and Pick Central in the second round. To make it into the the tournament they beat teams ranked in the top five in the state.
Girls lacrosse won against Marysville 17-4 on Tuesday, May 9th.
Tennis boys Junior Tom Ohler, Adam Schrock, and Krishna Revur qualified for districts.
Senior painter Jennifer Dorsey received many scholarships for her painting “Succulents”, and it will be displayed at the Columbus Museum of Art.
The Track girls won OCC for the second year in a row and boys received second place on May 13th. At districts, six relays and 21 individuals moved onto regionals after breaking 5 school records at districts.
Science teacher Lisa Barber was recognized for being at Darby for 25 years and will soon be on the Legacy Wall.
Sophomores Maliyah Ellis and Stacia Ripress, the Boys 4×800, Freshman Malachi McGill, Senior Eric Ingram, Junior Josh Baldrige, and Will Cater are on the relay.
‘Preme Team were the winners of Senior Tag with a score of 1-0.
Senior Justin Fugitt received the 2017 Frank Cozze Memorial Scholarship on the 23rd.
Graduates cross the stage on on the 24th! Congratulations to everyone for a great year!