Athlete Highlight: Chandler Wren

By: Sara Wolf Chandler Wren is a senior who made his mark in Bellbrook football this year as running back. Sports played: Basketball, Football, Track and Field Age: 17 Claim to fame: Being Parker Wren’s brother Bet you didn’t know: I’ve never broken a bone Toughest opponent / why? Franklin because they have a tough atmosphere If you could only watch one movie for the … Continue reading Athlete Highlight: Chandler Wren

A Fleeting Fantasy? Fantasy Sports Under Attack

by Jackie Thompson New York’s Attorney General has banned fantasy football, and Ohio might be next. In the coming days, Ohio lawmakers will review the state’s laws on gambling to determine whether fantasy football is in opposition to them. Some may be shocked to discover that such a trivial issue is under review by state legislators, but fantasy football is a multi-billion dollar industry. Fantasy … Continue reading A Fleeting Fantasy? Fantasy Sports Under Attack

Physicist Credits Bengals Win to Earth’s Rotation

By: Mitch Hughes On Sunday, October 11, the Cincinnati Bengals took on the Seattle Seahawks. The match-up was fairly even as the Seahawks led by only 3 at half. Things took a turn for the worst for Cincinnati in the third quarter, as Seattle went on to score two unanswered touchdowns leaving the score 24-7 at the beginning of the fourth. Unbelievably, the Bengals managed … Continue reading Physicist Credits Bengals Win to Earth’s Rotation

NFL Season Opener

By: Mitch Hughes Sports fans across the country rejoiced this week as the NFL began its 46th season. The much-anticipated weekend provided fans with nonstop action with sixteen games spanning four days. Though things were just getting started, every game had its fair share of some serious play-making. On Thursday, September 10, the Pittsburgh Steelers took on the New England Patriots for the first official game … Continue reading NFL Season Opener

The NFL Suspends Minnesota Vikings’ Adrian Peterson

by Jackie Thompson On November 18, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodwell suspended the Minnesota Vikings running back, Adrian Peterson, without pay for the remainder of the 2014 season for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. Earlier in September, Peterson turned himself in east Texas after beating his 4-year-old son with a wooden switch in order to dole out discipline, according to his lawyer. The child suffered … Continue reading The NFL Suspends Minnesota Vikings’ Adrian Peterson

BHS Football Turns Season Around for the Better

by Mitch Hughes After starting the season 0-2 with tough losses to Miamisburg(38-10) and Xenia(28-14), it appeared as if the football team was in for a challenging year. A start like that would be discouraging to many, but our Golden Eagles looked at the rough start as a wake-up call. Putting those defeats behind them, the team put in the extra effort in practice and … Continue reading BHS Football Turns Season Around for the Better