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JV Football Falls to Ole Miss

The JV football team fell to Mississinewa last night 25-0.  The Bruin Defense played well for most of the game, but the Bruins were unable to minimize mistakes on both sides of the ball. Defensively, Dakota Willmann, Blaine Riddle, Braydon Roberts, Robby Gardner, and Dylan Eppard made big plays for the Bruins. The JV is back

Girls Soccer Defeats Blue Devils 5-1

The girls soccer team defeated Tipton 5-1. Alllie Jennerjahn led the Bruins with four goals.  Tori Eppard added a goal and two assists.  Lauren Godfrey had 12 saves in goal. The Bruins improved to 8-1-1. They travel to Mississinewa on Saturday for a noon start.

Girls Golf Match Canceled for Tonight

Due to low numbers as a result of illness, the Bruin girls golf team will not be participating tonight at Huntington North (with Marion). The remainder of the team will practice at Walnut Creek GC after school.

Great Night at BHS!

The Homecoming Parade took place last night in HC and plenty of locals came out to support the Bruins!  Great job by the all the kids who took part in the parade. It went very well. The parade was followed by the powder puff football games at Bruin Field.  The Juniors got past the under-manned

Girls Soccer to Play Varsity Game Only Tonight

Due to low numbers, Tipton will be unable to play the scheduled JV girls soccer game after the varsity game tonight.  As a result, there will only be a varsity game at 5pm. Please spread the word!

Girls Golfers Fall

The girls golf team dropped a match with Jay County and Southern Wells last night.  The Bruins shot a 246.  Jay County shot a 202 and Southern Wells fired a 221. Zoie Mann shot a 50.  Kendra Dodd shot a 60.  Maddie Clock fired a 65 and Kyli Penrod a 71. The Bruins are now

Varsity Volleyball Falls to Muncie Central

The Lady Bruin volleyball team fell to Muncie Central, 13-25, 14-25, 9-25. According to Coach Miles, “They adjusted to defensive play well and were complimented on their game play by the Muncie Central coaching staff. The girls played with determination and are proving to be real class-act athletes.” Darci Robertson had great net play tonight

JV Volleyball Fall to Muncie Central

The JV volleyball team fell to Muncie Central, 2-25, 6-25 to drop to 0-7. Haylie Williamson had 3 digs to lead the Bruins. Hannah Reid added a dig and an assist. Their next match is Monday, September 22 as Jay County comes to BHS for a 6:00pm match.

Tennis Falls to Frankton

The Bruin Tennis team battled a very challenging Frankton tennis team this Tuesday, falling 0-5. Scott Thompson and Kerigan Reynard battled back from an early deficit to lead midway through the second set, but eventually fell in that set 4-6. The team will look to rebound as they play in the Carroll Invitation this Saturday. The

Baseball Parent/Player Meeting Sept 24

Those seriously interested in baseball…. There will be a player/parent meeting next Wednesday, September 24 in the library. The meeting will begin at 6:30pm. This information meeting will discuss the pre-season lifting/open gyms, packet orders, Lucas Oil dates, gather contact info, etc. It is preferred that a parent is in attendance so that everyone can