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Senior Alum Wins First Team All Ohio Athletic Conference Honors

23 Nov , 2016  

When the All-Ohio Athletic Conference teams were announced on Monday morning, a Mansfield Senior grad was among the seven all-conference players from Marietta College.

Pioneer Defensive Back Jakkar Bishop was of three named to the first team. More…

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Mansfielder Voted Big South Conference Preseason Player Of The Year

2 Nov , 2016  

Winthrop senior guard Keon Johnson, a graduate of Mansfield Senior, has been voted the Big South Conference Men’s Basketball Preseason Player of the Year by the league’s head coaches and media panel, it was announced recently at the conference’s Basketball Tip-Off Media Luncheon at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Convention Center in Concord, N.C.  More…

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Senior Alum Contributes To Marietta Win

17 Oct , 2016  

A graduate of Mansfield Senior High School is a key part of the Marietta Pioneers football squad this season, and this past Saturday, helped the team in a lopsided 66-23 victory over Wilmington College.

Jakkar Bishop, a sophomore at Marietta, set the tone for the win with an opening, 33 yard kickoff return giving the Pioneers excellent field position.

So far this season, he has had four returns totaling 91 yards. More…

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Senator Brown Speaks As My Brothers Keeper Is Introduced To Mansfield

14 Oct , 2016  

My Brother’s Keeper, a youth mentoring program initiated by President Obama in 2014, came to Mansfield on Thursday.

US Senator Sherrod Brown, a Mansfield native and Senior High graduate, brought the message, first in a roundtable discussion with community leaders in Senior High’s Dutton Community Room, then to students during an assembly in the auditorium. “The president realized the importance of mentoring in his own life as he was growing up,” Brown said. “It is important to all of us. Some of us have mentors we can count on, others don’t.” More…

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Mansfield Senior Homecoming Is October 14

7 Oct , 2016  

Mansfield Senior High School’s 2016 homecoming queen will be announced during an afternoon assembly on Friday, Oct. 14, in Pete Henry Gym just hours before the Tygers welcome Wooster to Arlin Field.

The homecoming parade is being revived this year. It will leave the parking lot behind Senior High at 5:30 p.m., then travel on Park Avenue West and north on Trimble Road to Arlin Field. More…

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Richland County Football Represent

28 Sep , 2016  

It’s about halfway through the 2016 football season, and two teams from Richland County are included in the current OSHAA computer football rankings. On October 30, the final ranking will be released, at which time the top eight teams will advance to the playoffs.

In Division II Region 7, Mansfield Senior is currently ranked 10th. The Tygers are currently 3-2, and later this week host Ashland. More…

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Shot Clinic At Mansfield Senior

28 Sep , 2016  

A shot clinic for students in grades 7 and 12 who have not received required vaccinations will be held from 12:30 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 4, in the Dutton Community Room at Mansfield Senior High.

The Ohio Department of Health requires all seventh-grade students to have the Tdap and meningococcal shots and all 12th-graders to have the meningococcal shot. Seniors require two meningitis shots eight weeks apart or one meningitis shot if the first does was received after age 16. More…

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Mansfield Senior’s Cub Room Showcases Students’ Culinary Skills

25 Sep , 2016  

The pace was fast and furious in the Mansfield Senior High culinary arts kitchen Thursday as lunchtime diners and carryout orders began pouring into the Cub Room. “I need two more grilled chicken sandwiches, one with no onions,” Chef Linda Golden called out. “And put on three more Reubens, one with fries to go. Make sure there’s a side salad with ranch dressing for this pasta bolognese.”

Golden, the culinary arts instructor, sat at the end of a kitchen counter, a seemingly endless stream of order tickets spread out in front of her. From her vantage point she could yell – yes, sometimes it was necessary to yell – orders to the grill cooks and salad makers, at the same time communicating with servers moving in and out of the swinging dining room doors. “We’re going to run out of chili today. I have a feeling,” she muttered to herself. More…