Bellbrook Football: An offseason look at 2017

By: Sara Wolf The fact that current Friday nights aren’t occupied with football games doesn’t mean that the football team isn’t putting in work and making improvements for when the season does come. “The team has been putting together the best offseason ever and we are working on the little things,” says 2018 senior Keion Driscoll. Jeff Jenkins, entering into his second season as Bellbrook’s … Continue reading Bellbrook Football: An offseason look at 2017

5 tips to finish the school year strong

By: Sara Wolf The end of the year is so close and distractions are everywhere. Adjusted schedules, school and graduation events, weekend plans and better weather pull anyone’s mind away from the school work still left to do. As close as we are and as sad as it is, there’s still school and exams left for the most of us. Count down the days until … Continue reading 5 tips to finish the school year strong

24 Holidays You Didn’t Know Existed

By: Sara Wolf We all know that not-as-popular national holidays exist thanks to the tons of instagram posts on National Siblings Day (April 10) or National Pets Day (April 11), but exactly how many somewhat random holidays are there? Here’s a list summing up a few holidays throughout the year that you may not have known about, thanks to holidayscalendar.com! January 14 – National Dress … Continue reading 24 Holidays You Didn’t Know Existed

Spring in Bellbrook: What to do?

By: Sara Wolf As of March 20, it’s officially springtime. Whether or not Ohio decides to let it feel like it, spring is, as always, unpredictable. If you’re out of ideas on how to pass the cold, warm, rainy and sunny spring-ish time between now and summer, here are a few events happening in Bellbrook this spring and other ideas to help you to be better … Continue reading Spring in Bellbrook: What to do?

Winter Formal: A night to remember

By: Sara Wolf Students of BHS had the opportunity to attend a dance other than prom or homecoming this year, for the first time in 5 years. JROTC held Winter Formal on Saturday, February 4 in the school’s auxiliary gym. Students came in and danced from 7 to 10 with the usual wristbands, but also the unusual new occurrence of Mrs. Schwieterman as DJ and … Continue reading Winter Formal: A night to remember

Bellbrook honors winter sport seniors and college signing

By: Sara Wolf Senior Night took place at the varsity boys’ home basketball game against Preble Shawnee on Tuesday, February 14. Parents escorted their class of 2017 seniors as senior bios were read pre-game. Previous head coach Perry Caldwell was recognized for his 14 years of coaching after the first quarter of the game with a golden eagle statue. Coach Caldwell’s teams were SWBL champions … Continue reading Bellbrook honors winter sport seniors and college signing

Boys basketball: the season so far

By: Sara Wolf The varsity boys’ basketball team has already experienced a share of wins and losses within their first 9 of 22 regular season games. Varsity coach Donnie Tate started off the boys’ road to a successful season by holding two practices a day, one before and after school. With intense days like those combined with hard work and new focus, they’ve earned victory … Continue reading Boys basketball: the season so far

Athlete Highlight: Chandler Wren

By: Sara Wolf Chandler Wren is a senior who made his mark in Bellbrook football this year as running back. Sports played: Basketball, Football, Track and Field Age: 17 Claim to fame: Being Parker Wren’s brother Bet you didn’t know: I’ve never broken a bone Toughest opponent / why? Franklin because they have a tough atmosphere If you could only watch one movie for the … Continue reading Athlete Highlight: Chandler Wren