Opinion: Bellbrook’s Parking Lot Makes Me…

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Seat belt? Check. BackPack? Check. Enough gas to get you the five miles to your house? Check. You are ready to go. Putting your car into drive, you attempt to move out of your parking spot to wait in post-school traffic. Trapped in the calm lines of escape, slowly inching forward as another car is allowed to turn left, you wait. Suddenly, … Continue reading Opinion: Bellbrook’s Parking Lot Makes Me…

Eagle Eats plans to feed the community

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Eagle Eats, a program created by the National Honors Society students, will provide food for the students in the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Community who struggle to find affordable food. Effective as soon as the necessary funding is provided, Eagle Eats will start assembling packed lunches put together with non-perishable foods and distributing them to the students across the three schools in the district who … Continue reading Eagle Eats plans to feed the community

Swim team triumphs in 2019-2020 season

By: Morgan Sharbaugh The swim team trained hard all season to have the Women’s team defeat Oakwood in the SWBL meet, and have junior, Cam Bybee, take 15th in the state for a 200 Free. The Women’s team spent most of the SWBL meet neck and neck with Oakwood until finally pulling into the lead. They broke Oakwood’s 17-year winning streak. Head Coach Rob Johnson … Continue reading Swim team triumphs in 2019-2020 season

The mentor coffee cart perks up BHS

by Morgan Sharbaugh Throughout the 2019-2020 school year, a coffee cart has been visiting classrooms during mentor. Our classmates from Mrs. Enderson’s mentor have been running the coffee cart. Mrs. Enderson uses it to help her special education students to develop good working skills in a safe learning environment. She also says that each student also learns from a job coach in the Bellbrook community … Continue reading The mentor coffee cart perks up BHS

Captain Hook better beware: Peter Pan is soaring into Bellbrook’s theater program

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Bellbrook High’s 2020 musical is soaring through the school, and students are waiting for it to finally land in April. The theater program has carefully selected Peter Pan to be the 2020 spring production. After two days of tryouts and many hard choices, senior Neve Barker is taking the lead role as Peter Pan. Barker says it’s been such a good experience … Continue reading Captain Hook better beware: Peter Pan is soaring into Bellbrook’s theater program

Bellbrook Band Marches over Competition at Grand Nationals

by Morgan Sharbaugh The Bellbrook Marching Eagles competed in the Bands of America Grand Nationals on November 14. After a long season of intense practices, the marching band performed the “best run of the season” according to junior drum major, Rhiannon Schonauer. Their show “The Other Side” encompasses the journeys people take trying to get to the other side of something, represented through a series … Continue reading Bellbrook Band Marches over Competition at Grand Nationals

Frozen II melts hearts but not Olaf

by Morgan Sharbaugh Frozen II slammed into theaters November 22, bringing joy to people of all ages. Elsa and Anna recall memories from their past, stories, and songs sung to them by their parents. Elsa begins to hear one of the songs and experiences strange things in Arendale, leading her to try and find out more of the story her father told her. The girls, … Continue reading Frozen II melts hearts but not Olaf

Book Review: Code Name: Lise deeply invigorates readers

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Code Name: Lise, written by Larry Loftis, is an invigorating and entertaining biography on one of World War II’s female spies. Odette Samson is a French woman living in England with her three children. After persuading a relative to care for her children, Samson becomes a spy for England in Nazi-occupied France with Peter Churchill. Loftis expertly tracks Ms. Samson’s journey through … Continue reading Book Review: Code Name: Lise deeply invigorates readers

Zombieland: Double Tap hits you twice in the gut with fear and humor

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Zombieland: Double Tap hit theaters October 18. If you are looking for comedic violence, this movie should be just right for you. Starring Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin, and Zoey Deutch, and directed by Reuben Fisher, the second Zombieland movie brings many laughs. Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone), Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) move into … Continue reading Zombieland: Double Tap hits you twice in the gut with fear and humor

Women’s Tennis volleys through the season

By: Morgan Sharbaugh BHS Women’s Tennis is ranked 4th in the Miami Valley region and earned 3rd in SWBL. Varsity finished the season with 13 wins and 6 loses. The new coaching staff worked hard to keep the girls conditioned and improve their skills, according to senior Anika Arora. Both freshman Acey Faulkner and senior Anika Arora believe the season went well. “I think I … Continue reading Women’s Tennis volleys through the season