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BHS 2020-2021 Ticketing Policy

The BHS Athletic Department has released the new event ticketing policy for the 2020-2021 school year. Please click on the link below for information. BHS Ticketing Press Release    

BHS Girls Tennis

BHS defeated the Greenon Knights 5-0 in girls tennis. At first singles, Samantha Starkey beat Rollin 6-2, 6-1. Second Singles Mia Neer defeated Hastings 6-0, 6-0. Julia Easton beat Houseman 6-0, 6-1 at 3rd singles. The first doubles team of Meng Wang and Gracie Middaugh defeated Butler/Wermter 6-1, 6-0. BHS won the second singles match

Girls Golf vs London

The Lady Chiefs played London tonight at home and won 184-241. The medalist was Kayla Watkins with a 34 which ties the school record for 9 holes… Madison  Taylor 45, Morgan Burden 52, Anastasia Hiatt 53, Kyndal Newkirk 62, Lexi Buffkin 63.  In the JV match,  Emily Taylor shot 55 and Annika Reynolds shot a

BHS Football T-Shirt Sale

Friday, July 31st – Monday, August 10th Sizes Youth Small through Adult 3X $20 each Orders can be made on our BHS Athletic website by clicking https://bellefontaineathletics.com/bhs-ticket-box-office/ and scroll down to Varsity Football section. T-shirts can also be purchased from a player or a member of the coaching staff with cash or a check. All

BHS Individual Skill Training Ready To Go

BHS student-athletes have been given the green light to start individual skill workouts. This plan has been approved by BCS Administration and the Logan County Health Commissioner. Click below for details https://bellefontaine-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/g/personal/comstock_bcs-k12_org/ER7IObvP3H9AnC6JqhYUJEoB9U4_PU3BDVLvkWpl5H4nQQ?e=IGTkob

BHS Golf Sign Up Information

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March 11 OHSAA Parent Meeting Cancelled!

Our school district has decided to cancel this meeting based on Gov. Dewine’s recommendation, guidance on Social Distancing Protocol, and the growing concern over the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Noah Yoesting 5th at District and a State Alternate

Senior Noah Yoesting competed at the district and placed 5th at 145 pounds. He is now a state alternate. Noah went 4-2 on the weekend and lost a tough bout 6-3 in his qualifying match. In the finals, Noah won a close one 7-6 over River Valley’s Logan Miracle to finish 5th.

Garrett Gross is District Champ!

Senior Garrett Gross won the 195-pound district championship Saturday at the Division II tournament. He also earned his 100th career win with his victory in the finals. Garrett went 4-0 with two pins. Senior Noah Yoesting also competed at the district and placed 5th at 145 pounds. He is now a state alternate. Noah went