NCAA Teams under Investigation

by Lauren Redfern During the last few weeks the NCAA has been in the headlines for negative events. Men’s Basketball is at the center of the FBI Investigation. Multiple schools have been found for misconduct related to recruiting violations. The reports surfaced after the University of Louisville lost the appeal to the NCAA and was officially stripped of their 2013 National Championship for breaking several … Continue reading NCAA Teams under Investigation

A win away from a trip to State

by Lauren Redfern “One Win, One Chance and One Team” has been the theme for the Bellbrook Lady Eagle basketball team. The girls are preparing to play their 6th game of the postseason this Friday, March 9 versus the AP ranked 4th team in the state, the Tippecanoe Red Devils. The Red Devils and Golden Eagles have not played each other yet this season, but the … Continue reading A win away from a trip to State

10 Movies Audiences Cannot Wait To See

By: Kayla Stephensen Movies yet to come out in 2018 include several dystopian adaptations, Marvel follow-ups and spinoffs, a Star Wars backstory, as well as a selection of anticipated sequels. Below are short synopses of the top 10 to come: Ready Player One – March 30: A dystopian adaptation of Ernest Cline’s 2011 novel where humans escape a global energy crisis inside a virtual-reality game … Continue reading 10 Movies Audiences Cannot Wait To See

2018 Oscars Bring Lots of Surprises

by Drew Ward The Oscars is an event where the best in  entertainment is crowned. Ranging from the arts, movies, tv shows, even a retired NBA player, the Oscars has something for everyone. Throughout the night, there were lots of politically charged statements and speeches. However, in between the chaos, winners would be named and dreams were completed. The best picture went to The Shape … Continue reading 2018 Oscars Bring Lots of Surprises

4 Tips For Staying Motivated

by Katie Giffin By now the optimism of January has faded into cold reality (both literally and figuratively), and the reason why most of us don’t set New Year’s goals is coming back in blinding clarity: New Year’s resolutions are most often never kept. The vague goals of “being more healthy” and “taking more risks” have dissolved back into eating entire pizzas while binge-watching The … Continue reading 4 Tips For Staying Motivated

Black Panther Contains Interesting Secrets

By: Kayla Stephensen The most recent Marvel movie The Black Panther came out with thematic events that curiously analyze the geopolitics of African American and African response to racism. The main protagonist, T’Challa, is the heir to the throne of the technologically advanced country of Wakanda and represents native Africans. When he takes the throne as the new Black Panther, he originally decides to keep … Continue reading Black Panther Contains Interesting Secrets

Spectacular Spaghetti Squash Recipe

By: Chelsea Cozad Cold weather calls for hot and inviting meals. Soups, stews, chili are all too common. Try something different, like this yummy recipe for spaghetti squash, to warm up during the winter months. Ready in 1 hr 15 min. Ingredients: 2-3 lb spaghetti squash ⅛ cup of vegetable oil ⅛ cup of olive oil Salt Pepper Vegetables, meats, and cheeses of your choice … Continue reading Spectacular Spaghetti Squash Recipe

Boys Basketball Tied for SWBL Champs

By Mackenzie Pittman This 2017-2018 winter sports season, the Bellbrook boys’ basketball team has achieved a record of 10-2 and are currently tied for 1st with Franklin High School as SWBL Champions. The boys concluded their last season game on Friday, February 16 against Eaton, and came out on top with a score of 60-41. The team’s players have been bestowed multiple awards. Storm Painter … Continue reading Boys Basketball Tied for SWBL Champs

Scheduling: Which AP Classes to Take?

By: Sara Wolf As scheduling occurs within the next few weeks at BHS, many students are facing the same questions: Do I take AP courses? How many should I take? Which classes would be best for me? If you’ve found yourself wrestling with any of these questions, there are plenty of ways to make a decision that will leave you more comfortable with the schedule … Continue reading Scheduling: Which AP Classes to Take?

Senior Athlete Highlight: Ethan Savey – Senior Night with a Piece Missing

By: Sara Wolf On February 5, only 5 days before Senior Night, Ethan Savey had to say goodbye to his dad who had to leave for a year-long deployment in Korea. Though Savey was heartbroken that his dad and greatest mentor couldn’t walk with him to be recognized for his athletic accomplishments, Savey’s mom, brother, sister, teammates, and community came around him to celebrate him … Continue reading Senior Athlete Highlight: Ethan Savey – Senior Night with a Piece Missing