Black Panther: A Long-Awaited Hero

by Drew Ward In a remote town of Wakanda is the setting of the highly anticipated Black Panther movie. The movie is Marvel’s most anticipated movie this year besides Infinity War. Blank Panther is the only Marvel film to have a black superhero and a prominent female lead. The movie comes out on February 16 and some places on the 15. Wakanda is a town … Continue reading Black Panther: A Long-Awaited Hero

Grammys Display Strong Messages

by Drew Ward This year’s Grammy Awards on January 28 was a night dominated by Bruno Mars, who won seven Grammys. He won best album, best record and best song for the year. He had an amazing 2017 and a collaboration with Cardi B solidified his top spot. Although the Grammys are meant for music and bringing people together, there were a lot of messages … Continue reading Grammys Display Strong Messages

Tide Keeps Rolling

by Drew Ward Monday night, January 8 concluded one the craziest and most unexpected college football seasons to date. University of Central Florida went undefeated and the governor of Florida decided that they were the national champions in a bill that he signed, after UCF beat Auburn. The Big Ten went 7-1 in the playoffs after being disappointed at being left out in the playoffs. … Continue reading Tide Keeps Rolling

College Football’s Best

by Drew Ward This year Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma University was awarded the Heisman. Given to the best player or most valuable player in the nation, it was the greatest award a player can achieve, the pinnacle of an individual career. Baker Mayfield also won the Maxwell Award this year, which is given to the best quarterback in the nation. Mayfield has been electric this … Continue reading College Football’s Best

Marching Eagles Finish Their Race

by Drew Ward     As fall changes into winter, the marching band season comes to an end. Their show, Slow and Steady, made the story of Tortoise and the Hare come to life. They used a larger-than-life turtle and moved in throughout the show until the turtle crossed the finish line and the show ended. The marching band put hours and hours of work … Continue reading Marching Eagles Finish Their Race

Astros Find Dramatic World Series Victory

By Drew Ward A series that undoubtedly would go seven games provided a thrilling ending. The Los Angeles Dodgers boasted the best record in all of baseball and faced off against the Houston Astros. The series was defined by great bullpens and explosive hitting, games flipped flopped from scores ranging to three to one, to thirteen to twelve. The offenses of both teams were dormant … Continue reading Astros Find Dramatic World Series Victory

Reviving Bellbrook’s Academic Team

by Drew Ward      This year Bellbrook is reviving their SWBL Academic Team.  The team is supervised and coached by Mrs. Schultz and Mr. Schultz. The team will practice every Thursday after school until their first meet, which will be held at Franklin, Thursday, January, 11, 2018. The team will of a JV and Varsity. The Varsity and JV will be determined by how many … Continue reading Reviving Bellbrook’s Academic Team

Bellbrook has an Enchanted Homecoming 2017

by Drew Ward Every year Bellbrook High School has a fall dance, Homecoming. This year homecoming was on September 30. All of the fall and for some, the end of summer, is spent getting ready for this dance. Guys get ideas for who they are going to ask, how they will ask or even if they plan on going in general. Girls get the difficult … Continue reading Bellbrook has an Enchanted Homecoming 2017

Find some laughs at this year’s fall play

by Drew Ward With school starting, most people do not have anything to look forward to. Their summer is over and now assignments, homework, quizzes, sports, tests are piling up. Everyone is getting stressed and reminiscing on summer, craving for some sort of relief from the school day since Thanksgiving break is still two months away. This year’s fall play will help kids achieve the … Continue reading Find some laughs at this year’s fall play