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Ankeney Softball Meeting on December 20

Come meet Ankeney’s new softball Coach! Coach Davis would like to meet with any students interested in playing softball this spring at Ankeney.   We will have a short meeting on December 20th from 4:00 to 4:30 in the IMC.  Please have rides ready at 4:30.  Coach Davis will also talk about 4 player workouts and

Middle School Sport Schedules…

At this time please follow the link below to access up to date sport schedules.  Hopefully the regional issue will be solved soon.  Thank you for your patience. For Middle School Game Schedule information Please visit http://ms.gwocsports.com/

All Teams Schedule: Week of November 27 – December 3

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Beavercreek High School, November 27 – December 3 MONDAY November 27, 2017 No events happening TUESDAY November 28, 2017 5:00 PM Girls 7th Grade Basketball Orange vs. vs Centerville Middle School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls 7th Grade Basketball Black vs. vs Centerville Middle School SCHEDULE 6:30 PM

Boys Soccer End of Season Banquet Held

The Beavercreek Soccer Sidekicks hosted an end of season celebration for all three 2017-18 boys soccer teams. Coach Guiliano emphasized that the accomplishments of the program were the result of team efforts as well as support given by the Community, the Athletic Department, Administration and alumni of Beavercreek High School. He reported program statistics that

Academic Recognition for Boys Soccer Players

The Greater Western Ohio Conference (GWOC) recognized both Ryan Bernt and Liam Dipple for academic achievement. In addition to GWOC recognition, Kevin Davis, Daniel Donohue, Joshua Fleck and Jacob Westerkamp were also awarded certificates of academic excellence from the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association.

JV Boys Soccer Recognized an Undefeated Season at Soccer Banquet

Coach Mark Balskey recognized the effort and success of the Junior Varsity Soccer team at the annual end of season banquet. The team scored 65 goals on the season and allowed only 5 goals against. The final record of 14 wins, no losses and 2 ties capped the second season in a row that the