Joe Westhoff

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Name: Joe Westhoff
Date registered: August 30, 2017

Latest posts

  1. NCC Blood Drive — January 8, 2018
  2. Nouvel Strong — November 10, 2017
  3. Nouvel Strong — October 31, 2017
  4. Nowosatka Qualifies for States as Tennis Competes at Regionals — October 13, 2017
  5. Nouvel Strong — September 13, 2017

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Jan 08

NCC Blood Drive

Joe Westhoff ’18 Staff Writer This year’s blood drive held at Nouvel was nothing short of a success! There were 48 people who signed up and 40 pints of blood were collected in the drive. Despite our small school size, we still collect the most blood out of anyone in the area. Mr. Bartels, NHS …

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Nov 10

Nouvel Strong

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Joe Westhoff ’18 Staff Writer Nouvel competed in the District championship game this past Friday and it was a thriller to say the least. The Panthers started out strong with Peter Snyder taking a 10 yard slant all the way for a touchdown on the second play of the game. Although it was Nouvel starting …

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Oct 31

Nouvel Strong

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Joe Westhoff 18′ Staff Writer The football team continued their Nouvel Strong season with an undefeated record of 9-0. The boys last road game of the season was a far one with Nouvel heeading all the way down to New Buffalo to hand them a huge 49-12 loss. Finally, Nouvel came home for senior night and made the …

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Oct 13

Nowosatka Qualifies for States as Tennis Competes at Regionals

Joe Westhoff ’18 Staff Writer At Regionals, Connor Nowosatka proved his dominance and became the Regional champion for #1 singles. He beat out Alma with a score of 6-1, and the number 4 seed Ithaca 6-0. Also, he beat the #2 seed Chesaning 6-0, and 6-2. He advanced to States which took place this past …

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Sep 13

Nouvel Strong

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Photo by: NouvelSports.com Joe Westhoff ’18 and Tyler Doyle ’18 Staff Writers Varsity Football continues to be Nouvel Strong, as week three saw a 35-0 shut-out against Clarkson Everest. Quarterback Tate Hausbeck ’18 threw for two Panther touchdowns and Back Alex Wrobel ’18 had one rushing touchdown. The defense held their ground as Clarkson Everest could not produce …

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