Graduates watch former teammates win state


Fort Loramie graduates Taylor Ratermann and Macy Imwalle, top far left, and Kennedi Gephart and Marissa Meiring, top far right, pose with current players following the girls basketball team’s 60-26 victory over McDonald in the Division IV state championship game on Saturday at University of Dayton Arena. Raterman, Imwalle, Gephart and Meiring were seniors on last year’s team and didn’t get a chance to play in the 2020 state tournament due to COVID-19 derailing the remainder of the postseason. Fort Loramie finished 26-0 last year and 29-1 this season.

Fort Loramie graduates Taylor Ratermann and Macy Imwalle, top far left, and Kennedi Gephart and Marissa Meiring, top far right, pose with current players following the girls basketball team’s 60-26 victory over McDonald in the Division IV state championship game on Saturday at University of Dayton Arena. Raterman, Imwalle, Gephart and Meiring were seniors on last year’s team and didn’t get a chance to play in the 2020 state tournament due to COVID-19 derailing the remainder of the postseason. Fort Loramie finished 26-0 last year and 29-1 this season.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Fort Loramie graduates Taylor Ratermann and Macy Imwalle, top far left, and Kennedi Gephart and Marissa Meiring, top far right, pose with current players following the girls basketball team’s 60-26 victory over McDonald in the Division IV state championship game on Saturday at University of Dayton Arena. Raterman, Imwalle, Gephart and Meiring were seniors on last year’s team and didn’t get a chance to play in the 2020 state tournament due to COVID-19 derailing the remainder of the postseason. Fort Loramie finished 26-0 last year and 29-1 this season.

Fort Loramie graduates Taylor Ratermann and Macy Imwalle, top far left, and Kennedi Gephart and Marissa Meiring, top far right, pose with current players following the girls basketball team’s 60-26 victory over McDonald in the Division IV state championship game on Saturday at University of Dayton Arena. Raterman, Imwalle, Gephart and Meiring were seniors on last year’s team and didn’t get a chance to play in the 2020 state tournament due to COVID-19 derailing the remainder of the postseason. Fort Loramie finished 26-0 last year and 29-1 this season.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_SDN031621FtLorSeniors.jpgFort Loramie graduates Taylor Ratermann and Macy Imwalle, top far left, and Kennedi Gephart and Marissa Meiring, top far right, pose with current players following the girls basketball team’s 60-26 victory over McDonald in the Division IV state championship game on Saturday at University of Dayton Arena. Raterman, Imwalle, Gephart and Meiring were seniors on last year’s team and didn’t get a chance to play in the 2020 state tournament due to COVID-19 derailing the remainder of the postseason. Fort Loramie finished 26-0 last year and 29-1 this season. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News