Tiger Woods is Back, And He Means Business

By: Carter Caldwell Since 2014, professional golfer Tiger Woods has been low-profile.  This is, in large part, due to his multiple microdiscectomy surgeries, which interfered immensely with his career.  However, in 2018, Woods announced he would be competing in his first ever PGA Tour, an event in which he faced 18 of the the top-20 players in the world.  As if the stakes weren’t high … Continue reading Tiger Woods is Back, And He Means Business

2018 World Series Approaches: Who and What to Watch Out For

By: Carter Caldwell October can be a bittersweet month for baseball fans: on one hand, your favorite sport’s time in the spotlight draws to a close, but on the other, the most exciting part of the season is at hand.  Yes, the 2018 World Series is coming fast, with the first game taking place on 23 October.  This year will be the 114th edition of … Continue reading 2018 World Series Approaches: Who and What to Watch Out For

Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes Off to An Impressive Start

By: Carter Caldwell The 2018 Ohio State Buckeyes have a lot to prove this season, and they are off to an impressive start. Despite their 11-2 record at the end of the regular season in 2017, the Buckeyes did not receive an invitation to the College Football Playoffs, which the Buckeyes notably won in 2015.  With nothing to look forward to except their chances in … Continue reading Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes Off to An Impressive Start

Student Athlete Alex Petry Defies Stereotypes

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Alex Petry is a sophomore at Bellbrook High School, and he continues to astound people with his grades and skills on the field. Petry plays four sports, two of which occur at the same time, and maintains good grades in advanced classes. Petry plays football, basketball, lacrosse, and runs cross country. For football, lacrosse, and cross country, he is on the varsity … Continue reading Student Athlete Alex Petry Defies Stereotypes

Senior Andrea Szep Advances to State Quarterfinals

By: Kayla Stephensen Senior Andrea Szep beat Notre Dame Thursday October 11 and advanced to quarterfinals for state. Szep won division one singles title in sectionals the previous week and lost in her quarterfinal. Her most notable wins this season were against Walnut Hills, Centerville, and Beavercreek On this season she notes, “We lost a lot of great seniors last year, and a lot of … Continue reading Senior Andrea Szep Advances to State Quarterfinals

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