76ers vs. Celtics Scuffle in London

By Mackenzie Pittman January 11, the Philadelphia 76ers faced off against the Boston Celtics. They shocked the crowd with a fight between Ben Simmons and Marcus Morris during the 4th quarter. Simmons had went to charge through a screen set by Simmons, but in the process he got physical and knocked down Morris. Despite receiving free throws for the foul, Morris was ready for a … Continue reading 76ers vs. Celtics Scuffle in London

8 Moments in Olympic History

By Mackenzie Pittman Sydney 2000, North and South Korea Unite In a moment of reconciliation, both athletes from North and South Korea marched together under a united flag during the opening ceremony of the 2000 games. Although the North and the South competed separately, this moment symbolized a moment of mending and hope. Berlin 1936, Jesse Owens At the Berlin games, Jesse Owens won 4 … Continue reading 8 Moments in Olympic History

Tide Keeps Rolling

by Drew Ward Monday night, January 8 concluded one the craziest and most unexpected college football seasons to date. University of Central Florida went undefeated and the governor of Florida decided that they were the national champions in a bill that he signed, after UCF beat Auburn. The Big Ten went 7-1 in the playoffs after being disappointed at being left out in the playoffs. … Continue reading Tide Keeps Rolling

Bellbrook Academic Team Debuts at Franklin, JV and Varsity Take Second

By: Carter Caldwell On January 11, the recently-revived Bellbrook High School Academic Team attended their first meet at Franklin High School, where they battled the teams of both Franklin and Valley View.  Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity teams have been practicing twice a week since October, trying to get an edge on the competition, but at the meet both teams were able to beat … Continue reading Bellbrook Academic Team Debuts at Franklin, JV and Varsity Take Second

College Football’s Best

by Drew Ward This year Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma University was awarded the Heisman. Given to the best player or most valuable player in the nation, it was the greatest award a player can achieve, the pinnacle of an individual career. Baker Mayfield also won the Maxwell Award this year, which is given to the best quarterback in the nation. Mayfield has been electric this … Continue reading College Football’s Best

Marching Eagles Finish Their Race

by Drew Ward     As fall changes into winter, the marching band season comes to an end. Their show, Slow and Steady, made the story of Tortoise and the Hare come to life. They used a larger-than-life turtle and moved in throughout the show until the turtle crossed the finish line and the show ended. The marching band put hours and hours of work … Continue reading Marching Eagles Finish Their Race

2018 Winter Olympics Mere Months Away

By Mackenzie Pittman Another two years have passed and the world is readying for the next Olympic Games, PyeongChang 2018. PyeongChang County in South Korea will be hosting the 23rd Olympic Winter Games from February 9 to 25. The first ever Winter Olympic Games took place in Chamonix, France in 1924, and Beijing will be holding the next Winter Games in 2022. The games encompass … Continue reading 2018 Winter Olympics Mere Months Away

BHS Winter Sports Season Begins

By Mackenzie Pittman December marks the beginning of the winter season, as well as winter sports at BHS. Both girls and boys basketball finished their pre-season and took on their first opponents December 1-2. Boys’ basketball played Brookville at Brookville on December 1 and came out with a win! Girls’ basketball kicked of their season with a win against Waynesville at the annual Pink Game … Continue reading BHS Winter Sports Season Begins

Astros Find Dramatic World Series Victory

By Drew Ward A series that undoubtedly would go seven games provided a thrilling ending. The Los Angeles Dodgers boasted the best record in all of baseball and faced off against the Houston Astros. The series was defined by great bullpens and explosive hitting, games flipped flopped from scores ranging to three to one, to thirteen to twelve. The offenses of both teams were dormant … Continue reading Astros Find Dramatic World Series Victory

Golden Eagles win SWBL All Sport Title

by Lauren Redfern As the school year comes to an end, the sports seasons does as well. Bellbrook High School is in the Southwestern Buckeye League also referred to as SWBL. BHS offers over 20 varsity sports, with 20 competing for SWBL championships. The league has an All-Sports Trophy which is awarded to the school with the best score of rankings. For example, each season … Continue reading Golden Eagles win SWBL All Sport Title