Review and Preview: September / October

September:

Despite September being the first full month of the 2017-2018 school year, it was still filled to the brim with athletic events and school functions.

  One of the most surprising things to happen during the month of September was when the

The Darby fan section cheers during the Davidson football game. Picture provided by @DarbyFans.

Varsity Football team defeated Hilliard Davidson in an overtime game on Friday the first. More about the iconic game can be found here.

  The newest addition to the student section at football games is Slim Jimmy, the black inflatable air dancer. Every game he is dressed up for the theme and helps get the students pumped up. Read more about him here.

  The biggest movie release of the month was It, which is based off of the book by Stephen King. The movie came out on the eighth and was loved by critics and moviegoers alike, and a review of it can be read here.

  Outside of school, Hilliard held their annual Old Hilliardfest on the ninth. Vendors lined the streets of Old Hilliard and students in the Darby Theatre Troupe volunteered with the festivities. Read all about it here.

  On the twelfth of the month, the girls Varsity soccer team defeated Dublin Scioto 1-0, despite the pouring rain. The details of the game can be read here.

  On that same day, the girls Varsity volleyball team won against Hilliard Bradley, making them the best team in Hilliard. Two days later the JV team beat Delaware Hayes in a game that went to three sets. Articles on the two games can be found here and here.

  The last week of the month was homecoming week. Every day students dressed up in a

Sophomores; Lavdjola Durmishaj, Bree Madigan, Jada Germani, Hannah Vermillion, Julia Maceyko, Jenna Rasul, and Brigid Devitt as the Seven Dwarves for Character Day
Photo Courtesy of: Bree Madigan

different theme, with the last day being Panther gear. To see how Panthers dressed up throughout the week, check here. On Wednesday the annual bonfire was at the North Fields, and that event can be read about here. Details about the homecoming game on Friday night are located here, and the homecoming dance article can be read here.

  Students and administration worked hard throughout the month and many can prove this through achievements or recognition they received. Read all about the greatness at Darby here.

Written by Madeline Capka

 

 

 

 

October:

On the third, Darby and Heritage’s orchestras will come together for their annual spaghetti dinner concert at 7 pm at Heritage. The same night, both girls and boys golf will be at sectionals.

  The marching band will attend the Hilliard Invitational, a competition between the three Hilliard marching bands on the 7th. Cross Country will be holding their annual Darby Dash on this saturday as well.

  Girls volleyball at 7 o’clock on the tenth will be against Hilliard Bradley, at their school. Back at Darby the Bradley Boy’s soccer team will face off Darby’s on the same night.

  Many freshmen, juniors, and sophomores, will gather in the gym to take the PSAT on the 11th.

  The 19th will invite OSU’s production of Comedy of Errors followed by no school on the 20th! The Friday night will be senior night for the football team in their game against Delaware Hayes.

  Choir’s Der Dutchman dinner, where anyone can treat themselves to the buffet there and the voices if Darby choir, will be the nights of the 23rd and 24th.

  Sophomores will visit Tolles Technical Institute the morning of the 25th, to tour the school and think about their plans as upperclassmen.

  The Powder Puff game will be later that day and girls ready to show off their football talents can sign up in the weeks to come.

  Band may compete at the Ohio Music Education Association on the 28th.

  Trick or treat is on Halloween night this year so be sure to get your costume ready! However, that morning at school the red cross will be holding a blood drive. Those 17 and over, or 16 with parent’s permission, are able to donate.

Written by Olivia Deslandes

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