Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself. -Paul Bryant
Mueller and A. Irwin pick up victories in Varsity debuts - 8/7/2020
The girls tennis team goes on the road, sweeps Colerain 5-0 to kick off the season.
1: Maddy Coyle wins 6-1, 6-1
2: Grace Irwin wins 6-1, 6-0
3: Annie Trovillo wins 6-1, 6-2
1: Taylor Bradley and Abbey Irwin win 6-3, 6-1
2: Rianna Mueller and Maggie Caldwell win 6-1, 6-3
Miller sizzles with opening round 40 - 8/6/2020
The boys golf team took on Lynchburg for nine holes at White Oak Golf Course. Blanchester's Brian Miller was the match medalist in the field of nine golfers on the 3,073 yard par 36 course.
Brian Miller - 40 (1st)
Andrew Osborn - 51 (5th)
Bryce Bandow - 56 (6th)
Girls golf opens season at Eagles Nest - 8/5/2020
The ladies played in the SBAAC preseason 18 hole tournament at Eagles Nest Golf Course on Wednesday morning. Coach Grogg was pleased with each of the girls' rounds.
Regan Grogg - 114
Zoey Hupp - 121
Danielle Bolser - 126
The Blanchester Schools Foundation has scholarship opportunities to help with our pay to participate cost. Applications for fall sports 2020 are due by WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5th.
PLEASE READ - GREAT article from the Mansfield News Journal
Jake's Take: Stop bashing kids' coaches on social media
Jake Furr, Reporter
$250 for Family of four
$75 per individual
Blanchester Senior Citizens Sport Pass
Blanchester Seniors over 65 can stop by the Athletic office and pick up an athletic pass good for all regular season home games at the high school and middle school. Please bring a current drivers' licence. Seniors over 65 with no pass will be charged a student rate.
Varsity Football - $7 for adult and student
Reserve, Freshman and football - $4 for adult and student
Middle school football - $4 adult and student
Varsity Soccer, Basketball, Wrestling, Track - $6 for adult, $4 for students
Middle School Volleyball, Basketball, Wrestling, Track $4 adult and $3 for student
Seniors over 65 with a sport pass free (passes available in the athletic office)
Seniors over 65 with out a pass will be charged a student rate.
PLAY MORE THAN ONE SPORT
Multi - Sport Benefits
The athletic department and administration at Blanchester Local Schools promote playing as many OHSAA school sponsored sports as possible. The benefits of being a diverse athlete far out weight the potential benefits of specialization.
The benefits of multiple-sport participation include better leadership and teamwork skills from cross-training, reduced risk of burnout in one sport, a variety of experiences from involvement with different sports and teams, reduced risk of overuse injuries in one sport and exposure to a variety of coaching styles.
"Coaches recognize competitiveness in players who play multiple sports"
"The benefits of being a multi-sport athlete"