Women’s Tennis volleys through the season

By: Morgan Sharbaugh BHS Women’s Tennis is ranked 4th in the Miami Valley region and earned 3rd in SWBL. Varsity finished the season with 13 wins and 6 loses. The new coaching staff worked hard to keep the girls conditioned and improve their skills, according to senior Anika Arora. Both freshman Acey Faulkner and senior Anika Arora believe the season went well. “I think I … Continue reading Women’s Tennis volleys through the season

Bellbrook Golf swings through SWBL and doesn’t Putt around

By: Morgan Sharbaugh On September 18, the Bellbrook Golf Team earned 3rd place in the SWBL tournament. Competing against around 80 other golfers, 6 of the Bellbrook team placed well. According to junior golfers Gabe Hine and Ryan Wehner, receiving 3rd place was a bit of a shock after having a great season. Hine and Wehner both expected the team to receive 2nd place. Hine … Continue reading Bellbrook Golf swings through SWBL and doesn’t Putt around

Sports Dress Code Creates Lots of Controversy

by Cambree Bernkopf During a swim meet in Anchorage September 6, the female official disqualified a 17-year-old Dimond High School student who had just won a 100-meter freestyle race on the opinion that the seat of her swimsuit was exposing too much of her behind. This has added fuel to the controversy over the rules of female athletes’ bodies. A swimming coach who is a … Continue reading Sports Dress Code Creates Lots of Controversy

Dallas Cowboy Starting Running Back Finally Signs

by Cambree Bernkopf The moment we’ve all been waiting for: Ezekiel Elliott ends the long-lasting drama and finally signs to the Dallas Cowboys. The 24-year-old wanted to be the highest-paid NFL player as a running back and has met his financial goal after agreeing to terms with the team. By signing to a six year contract, he made a $90 million extension with $50 million … Continue reading Dallas Cowboy Starting Running Back Finally Signs

Competitive Cornhole Brings Big Prize Money

By: Morgan Sharbaugh August 6-11, the American Cornhole League held a championship competition at Valley Forge Casino in Pennsylvania. Several international teams competed, with the winner taking home $4,000 in prize money. The top 8 teams won a divided $10,000.  The competition started in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, back in January 2019 to finally finish in August. Teams were weeded out until finally the Hissner Henderson, … Continue reading Competitive Cornhole Brings Big Prize Money

NFL 2019-2020 Season Predictions: Are Upsets In Store?

by Morgan Sharbaugh The 2019-2020 National Football League season kicked off on September 5, 2019. Here are the predictions for the season: AFC North: Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals The Browns have been improving their records with the help of Baker Mayfield and due to the new changes for the Steelers, it will be a fighting season. AFC South: Indianapolis Colts Houston … Continue reading NFL 2019-2020 Season Predictions: Are Upsets In Store?

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