BHS Volleyball Killing Competition

by Drew Ward This year the Golden Eagles have dominated on the volleyball court. With an overall record of 18-2, the Eagles are 8th in the state. This year the Eagles have been carried by their seniors, two of whom will be playing volleyball in college. Sara Rogers is going to Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and Kira Merkle will be playing at Ferris … Continue reading BHS Volleyball Killing Competition

BHS Golf Is Sending It Long

by: Kayla Stephensen Bellbrook varsity golf has had a significantly better season than in past years. Junior Zach Crampton, “Big Zesty,” notes, “This season has been a little different because of a new coach but our team has benefited from more practice.” The team went to districts for the first time in 11 years after placing 3rd at sectionals. The team had many notable wins … Continue reading BHS Golf Is Sending It Long

McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov Fight In and Out of UFC the Ring

by: Kayla Stephensen and Drew Ward Saturday, October 6 Conor McGregor fought in his first fight after being suspended from the Ultimate Fighting Championship match.  His opponent was Khabib Nurmagomedov. Nurmagomedov was undefeated coming into the fight and the heavy favorite. The fight itself was not that enticing for the first few rounds; however, in the fourth round Nurmagomedov took McGregor to the ground and … Continue reading McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov Fight In and Out of UFC the Ring

Franklin Throwing Hands at Girls Soccer Game

by: Kayla Stephensen Thursday October 4, the girls’ soccer traveled to Franklin for a rematch. Both teams were surprised by the aggressiveness of their opposing team. Junior varsity forward Bailey Sedlak comments, “I was running down the field [with the ball] and she just hooked arms with me and dragged me down. I tried to get up but she was holding me down and so … Continue reading Franklin Throwing Hands at Girls Soccer Game

Bellbrook Football Marches Forward in a Remarkable Season

by Drew Ward Bellbrook football has had the start of the decade. The Eagles are now 6-0 after defeating Valley View on Friday, September 27. The beginning of the season the Eagles were favorites in SWBL; however, after 15 minutes of play, Hayden Bullock, a captain who is playing at The U.S. Air Force Academy next year, tore his ACL. After this injury, the team … Continue reading Bellbrook Football Marches Forward in a Remarkable Season

Major Upset at US Open 2018

By: Emily Bevelhymer The 50th anniversary of the US Open tennis tournament was held this September in New York City with an upset win from Naomi Osaka against Serena Williams. Novak Djokovic also won his 14th major title against Juan Martin del Potro. The women’s semifinals were held on September 6 with Naomi Osaka playing Madison Keys and Serena Williams playing Anastasija Sevastova. Naomi Osaka … Continue reading Major Upset at US Open 2018

Bellbrook Football 2018: A “Banner Year” in the making

By: Sara Wolf The 2017 football season ended in freezing cold, bittersweet 10-to-nothing victory against rival team Oakwood. Sweet in the fact that the Eagles had left the Lumberjacks incapable of scoring a single point against them for the second year in a row, but bitter in the fact that they had fallen, once again, just short of making the playoffs. “Not making the playoffs … Continue reading Bellbrook Football 2018: A “Banner Year” in the making

Get to know new Athletic Director, Charlie O’Dell

By: Sara Wolf In early May, just days after the birth of his son, Bellbrook teacher and coach Charlie O’Dell announced that he will be filling the high school’s athletic director position beginning in June. O’Dell will be replacing the school’s previous AD of twenty years, Tom Bean. In order to stay in communication with the many BHS athletes he works with from his position … Continue reading Get to know new Athletic Director, Charlie O’Dell

What made the difference for Bellbrook Women’s Basketball?

by Lauren Redfern During the 2017-2018 Girls Basketball Season, Coach Jason Tincher preached to the team that the season is comparable to writing a book. While the book ended one chapter short on Friday, March 16, the Golden Eagles comprised a story that will be talked about for years to come. At one point during the the season the team had a record of 8-7. … Continue reading What made the difference for Bellbrook Women’s Basketball?