The Coshocton County Beacon January 17, 2018 - Page 5

JANUARY 17, 2018 THE BEACON 5 In Memoriam Contributed | Beacon RV boys second, girls fourth in Northridge Viking Classic NEW ALBANY – Th e River View swim teams participated in the 2018 Northridge Viking Classic at New Albany High School on Saturday, Jan. 6. Th e boys placed second overall and the girls fourth. Finishing in the top 10 in individual events for the girls were Lindsey Ashcraft, second in both the 200 Individual Med- ley (2:33.88), and the 100 Breaststroke (1:18.18); Carolyn Cox, third (1:12.41) in the 100 Backstroke, and eighth (1:20.25) in the 100 Butterfl y; Katie Hardesty, seventh in both the 200 (2:29.60) and 500 (6:50.55) Freestyle; Josie Fornara, fi fth (1:16.03) in the 100 Fly; Jesse Vanden- bark, seventh (29.05) in the 50 Freestyle; Rachyl Smalley, ninth (1:28.48), and Calli Bates, tenth (1:29.00) in the 100 Back; and Rachel Vandenbark, ninth (1:30.58) in the Breast. Th e relay of Cox, Ashcraft, Fornara, and J. Vandenbark was fourth (2:11.76) in the 200 Medley, and second (1:56.44) in the 200 Free, and Fornara, Hardesty, Emily Jacobs, and J. Vandenbark were sixth (4:41.86) in the 400 Free. For the boys, Caleb Fischer was fi rst (1:04.81) in the 100 Breast, and second (1:00.39) in the 100 Fly; Jake Mitchell was third (54.68) in the 100, and fourth (24.64) in the 50 Free; Dylan Harsh was fourth (6:27.86) in the 500, and sixth (2:19.34) in the 200 Free; Brady Phillabaum was fourth (1:12.01) in the 100 Back, and sixth (6:44.78) in the 500 Free; Lane Wahl was seventh (26.84) in both the 50 Free, and the 100 Back (1:14.62); Kaden Poorman was seventh (2:20.72) in the 200, and tenth (1:01.43) in the 100 Free; Reas Pepper was eighth in both the 100 Free (58.99), and the 100 Breast (1:20.25); Brayden Karr was fi fth (1:16.88) in the 100 Breast; and Brody Fischer was eighth (2:54.22) in the 200 IM. Th e relay of Phillabaum ,Karr, Harsh, and Andrew Martin was fourth (2:06.14) in the Medley, Pepper, Martin, C. Fischer and Mitchell won the 200 Free (1:39.23), with Wahl, B. Fischer, Brice Cross, and JT Roberts coming in fi fth (1:50.81), Pepper, Poorman, C. Fischer, and Mitchell were second (3:51.65) in the 400 Free, with Eric Jacobs, Sawyer Neal, Martin, and Harsh placed fi fth (4:26.41). Th e Black Bears traveled to New Phil- adelphia on Wednesday, Jan. 10, and Tri Valley on Monday, Jan. 15 before hosting their Invite on Jan. 20. Shawn Callahan On this date Jan. 19, 1996 a heart of gold stopped beating. Contributed | Beacon Council tables noise ordinance Staff | Beacon COSHOCTON – Coshocton City Council met Jan. 8. Th e council members agreed to table legislation 54-17 an ordinance to amend section 509.03 unreasonable noise; ampli- fi cations devices of the City of Coshocton’s codifi ed ordinances. “Uncorked sent representatives asking for it to be tabled so they could have time to address council,” said Cherry Wilson, council clerk. Th ere also was much discussion at the meeting about the sudden passing of Jon Cotterman, property code investigator, but no plans were announced about how his position will be fi lled. City council will meet again at 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 22 in council chambers at city hall. 4/7/57 - 1/19/96 0018_011718