Kentucky Derby Sees First Ever Replay Call

by Drew Ward May 4, the 145th Kentucky Derby came with a lot of controversy.  Maximum Security came into the derby with four straight wins and at first, it seemed like he would get five. Maximum Security ran a victory lap after crossing the finish line but the sweet taste of victory would soon be replaced with the bitter taste of disqualification. After complaints from … Continue reading Kentucky Derby Sees First Ever Replay Call

Bellbrook Track Finds A Promising Season

By Jade Edwards Only a few weeks into the spring competition season for Bellbrook Track and Field, and the team is looking like a promising competitor for the surrounding opposition.  The captains this year are Cameron Brittain, senior; Kalli Kramer, senior; Clay Cavanaugh, senior; Kayla Paul, Junior; Lance Weston, senior; and Tyler Dreischarf, senior. Nerves were ramped up about the team as a whole because … Continue reading Bellbrook Track Finds A Promising Season

Tiger Woods Wins a Majestical Masters

by Drew Ward For the past decade, Tiger Woods has dealt with personal and professional adversity. This past Sunday he pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in Golf Masters history to end his decade long major championship drought and rose above his trials. Woods pulled out a historic round on Sunday. He was in second entering the day on Sunday, paired with others in … Continue reading Tiger Woods Wins a Majestical Masters

University of Virginia Men’s Basketball Finds Redemption

by Drew Ward Upset and failure were all that Virginia’s men’s basketball team heard last year. Last year Virginia became the first one seed to lose to a sixteen seed in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The whole 2018-2019 season they were doubted. People did not care about their regular season performance because of their momentous loss last year. This doubt was used … Continue reading University of Virginia Men’s Basketball Finds Redemption

Super Bowl LIII Takeaways: Experience Wins The Game

by Garrison Williams Week two of the 2018-2019 NFL regular season played out very differently for our two Super Bowl bound teams. Jacksonville, Florida, September 16, 2018 The New England Patriots fall to the Jacksonville Jaguars. A team that would finish the season with only five wins total, and they have every right to be proud of that one. If you would’ve told anyone that … Continue reading Super Bowl LIII Takeaways: Experience Wins The Game

Top Four NFL Draft Picks: What Will Happen vs What Should Happen

by Garrison Williams The NFL draft seems to go the same way every year. Everyone has their predictions about which college stars are going to be drafted first. However, most don’t even consider how these players will actually benefit the lineup. Sure, Baker Mayfield seemed to work out perfectly for Cleveland. However, this year’s draft prospect rankings don’t fall nicely with what would be best … Continue reading Top Four NFL Draft Picks: What Will Happen vs What Should Happen

NFL 2019 Season Divisional Predictions: Surprises In Store

by Garrison Williams AFC North – Cleveland Browns This is by far the biggest surprise. We all remember the famous 2017 0-16 season for the Browns. However, at the same time, is it a surprise? For the first time since 2002 (their last playoff appearance), it feels like the Browns are doing the right things. They drafted their franchise quarterback in Baker Mayfield and fired … Continue reading NFL 2019 Season Divisional Predictions: Surprises In Store

Opinion: Creative NFL Overtime Rule Change Proposal

by Garrison Williams The NFL decided to throw all logic and reason out the window with its overtime rules. This problem most recently came into greater light in the American Football Conference championship game of the 2018-2019 season. The Kansas City Chiefs had bested Tom Brady and the New England Patriots all game. However, as regular time expired, New England was able to tie the … Continue reading Opinion: Creative NFL Overtime Rule Change Proposal

State Goals Met by Comp Cheer Squad

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

The USWNT is Gearing Up for the World Cup in Style

By: Jade Edwards The United States Women’s National Soccer Team is taking on the 2019 Women’s World Cup in style.  With their new kits, they are feeling like the reigning champions they are and remembering the champions of ‘99.  The amazing group of U.S. women who won the World Cup in 1999 included some of the greatest female soccer players to date: Mia Hamm, Brandi … Continue reading The USWNT is Gearing Up for the World Cup in Style