Cubs on Hot Streak in MLB Playoffs

By: Mitch Hughes Even though the leaves are beginning to fall and the temperatures are beginning to drop, Major League baseball is still in season. The MLB Playoffs are in full swing and things have gone much differently than predicted. Five teams still remain. The Cubs, Royals and Blue Jays have already secured a spot in the semifinals and the Mets and Dodgers will decide … Continue reading Cubs on Hot Streak in MLB Playoffs

Physicist Credits Bengals Win to Earth’s Rotation

By: Mitch Hughes On Sunday, October 11, the Cincinnati Bengals took on the Seattle Seahawks. The match-up was fairly even as the Seahawks led by only 3 at half. Things took a turn for the worst for Cincinnati in the third quarter, as Seattle went on to score two unanswered touchdowns leaving the score 24-7 at the beginning of the fourth. Unbelievably, the Bengals managed … Continue reading Physicist Credits Bengals Win to Earth’s Rotation

Outstanding Athlete Spotlight: Tyler Weiderholt

By: Mitch Hughes The 2015- 2016 Wrestling season is quickly approaching and this year’s team will be led by senior Tyler Weiderholt. Tyler has been wrestling since the age of five and has been fully committed to the sport since then. Tyler’s twelve-year career hasn’t gone without its fair share of outstanding achievements. He is an All-American, a two-time state champion for freestyle wrestling, a … Continue reading Outstanding Athlete Spotlight: Tyler Weiderholt

Boston Marathon Registration Over in a Heartbeat

By: Mitch Hughes Though the 119th Boston Marathon is roughly seven months away, it is already beginning to make headlines. The registration was only open for a ten-day window, September 13 to the 23, and this ten-day window is one of the most selective registrations of any road race on Earth. This year the event is becoming even more selective, as officials at the Boston … Continue reading Boston Marathon Registration Over in a Heartbeat

NFL Season Opener

By: Mitch Hughes Sports fans across the country rejoiced this week as the NFL began its 46th season. The much-anticipated weekend provided fans with nonstop action with sixteen games spanning four days. Though things were just getting started, every game had its fair share of some serious play-making. On Thursday, September 10, the Pittsburgh Steelers took on the New England Patriots for the first official game … Continue reading NFL Season Opener

Don’t Get Too Cozy for Exams

By Mitch Hughes Exams can always be stressful for students, especially when students have to spend two hours in a seat taking what is often a difficult test. The stressful situation and long duration of exams can make those big, comfortable sweatpants, oversized sweatshirts, and even pillows seem very appealing, but it’s entirely possible that the classic, cozy exam outfit may do more harm than … Continue reading Don’t Get Too Cozy for Exams

Key Club Sponsors Annual Mitten Tree

By: Mitch Hughes As you may have noticed, the temperatures outside are far from a warm summer day and more and more people are bundling up for another cold winter. As these temperatures keep dropping, there are families in our area that need items to keep warm such as hats, gloves, and scarves. We’re fortunate as a school that our Key Club has organized a program … Continue reading Key Club Sponsors Annual Mitten Tree

Successful First Day for Fall Play

By: Mitch Hughes Bellbrook High School’s theatre program had its first showing of this year’s fall play, “Madame’s Been Murdered; Tea Will Be Late,” on Thursday, November 20. The play adds a comical twist to a classic murder mystery format. This comical twist, directed by mastermind teacher Ms. Brown and stage crew led by Mr. Gogol, was executed brilliantly by Bellbrook’s finest student actors in … Continue reading Successful First Day for Fall Play

BHS Home to a Number of First Time Voters

By Mitch Hughes Though there was no big presidential election this year, November 4 was still host to some very important midterm elections in which some members of the Senate, House of Representatives, and Governors were up for re-election. After 24 hours, the Republicans have the majority in both the Senate and the House. Many of the political issues that hold most of the weight … Continue reading BHS Home to a Number of First Time Voters