By: Carter Caldwell It was the late 1980s, and a man with a permed mullet, caterpillar mustache, and tinted glasses strolled into Bellbrook High School, careful not to scuff his cowboy boots on the way in. He walked down the halls, greeting students with an eagerness and enthusiasm that continued to shine through three decades later. Next year, Bellbrook High School students will have to … Continue reading Saying Goodbye to an Icon
By: Carter Caldwell The summer before the my junior year, I had a terrible case of procrastination. I had no drive to do my summer homework whatsoever, so I did what anyone would do: I started researching. When I was younger, I used to ask my grandparents a lot about their families, just for fun. As time went on, I got more and more interested … Continue reading Need a Hobby? Try Genealogy!
By: Carter Caldwell Now, if you’re reading this, I hope you know that Bellbrook has a school newspaper. EagleView News has online articles dating back to September of 2013, with new articles getting posted every month. The staff for EagleView News consists of Bellbrook sophomores, juniors, and seniors, all led by Ms. Bills-Tenney. Meetings occur during mentor, but a large part of class is done … Continue reading Wait, We Have a School Newspaper!?
By: Carter Caldwell On 8 March, Marvel Studios released the 21st entry of their ever-growing Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain Marvel. The film, which is set in 1995, covers the course of 22 hours, and almost entirely before the more heavy hitter plots of Avengers and Iron Man. In order to preserve the illusion that the film actually took place in the 90s, actors such as … Continue reading Captain Marvel Opens as Massive Success
By: Carter Caldwell On 10 March, at St. John’s Arena, the Bellbrook Comp Cheer Squad attended the State Competition. We last featured the team on 19 February, before the competition, and we now take a look at the results. After 8 months of practice, the season was destined to come to a satisfactory close. The team stayed the night in Columbus, and the weight of … Continue reading State Goals Met by Comp Cheer Squad
By: Carter Caldwell On February 4, the Bellbrook Varsity Competition Cheer Squad put on a state-qualifying show at the OASSA Southwest Regional competition at Miamisburg High School. The State competition will be held at The Ohio State University, St. John’s Arena on March 10, where the girls will compete against 19 different DIII teams from Ohio, all of which are non-building, meaning they don’t perform … Continue reading Competition Cheer Head to State
by: Carter Caldwell On Saturday, February 2, the Bellbrook Swim and Dive team competed at the Southwestern Buckeye League meet at Trotwood-Madison High School. As defending champions at the meet, the boys scored 112 points to earn second place, while the girls put up 98 to come in third. Freshman Alex Welsh was the only event winner for the Eagles, beating out two Oakwood seniors … Continue reading Bellbrook Swim and Dive Takes Second at League Meet
By: Carter Caldwell On December 11, Bellbrook’s concert band got a little festive with this year’s holiday concert featuring not only the regular wind ensemble and symphony band, but also the jazz band, bassoon ensemble, and percussion ensemble. The bands, which are directed by Mrs. Barb Siler and Mr. Chris Foster, played several pieces, including classics like “Jingle Bells,” “Frosty the Snowman,” “Hark, The Herald … Continue reading Bellbrook Music Department Gets Into the Holiday Spirit
By: Carter Caldwell Since 1989, Bellbrook alumnus Keith McKeever (Class of 1979) has had a hand in putting together the Alumni Basketball Tournament, a round robin tournament open to any Bellbrook alumni who participated in the Men’s Basketball program. Teams are then composed by grouping different graduating classes together into even teams, who all have a chance to compete in the finals match up where … Continue reading Annual Bellbrook Alumni Basketball Tournament Enters 29th Year
By: Carter Caldwell On 12 November 2018, Marvel Comics’ longtime writer and editor later to become their effective mascot, Stan Lee passed away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. He was 95. Lee was rushed to the hospital earlier that day due to an unspecified medical emergency. He was preceded in death by his wife, Joan Boocock Lee, who died in mid-2017. Lee … Continue reading Beloved Entertainer and Comic Book Mogul Stan Lee Dies at 95