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Volleyball Drops Matches at Elwood

The Lady Bruin volleyball teams traveled to Elwood last night. The varsity would fall to 0-19 on the season after losing to the Panthers in three sets 15-25, 14-25 and 11-25. Hannah Reid lead the Bruins with 5 kills. She was assisted by Brittaney Dillon and Heather Harty who each earned a kill. The JV struggled

JH Volleyball Falls to RJB

The junior high volleyball teams hosted RJ Basketball last night at BJHS. The 7th grade had to forfeit their match due to a shortage of players. The 8th graders lost in two sets, 7-25, 19-25. The Lady Bruins struggled in the first set, but played one of their better sets of the year in the

Boys Soccer Plays Well in Loss

The boys soccer team dropped a tough one to Oak Hill 2-1 tonight. Keaton Elkins scored the Bruins lone goal on an assist by Quinten Howard. Charlie Cranston recorded 16 saves on the night. Mark White recorded four blocked shots. Coach Batman spoke after the game, “Oak Hill is a possession heavy team. They move the ball

Tennis Falls to Wabash

The Bruins took a loss on the road to drop to 6-11 on the season. Wabash was strong at all 3 singles positions only allowing 3 total games to Blackford. The doubles teams started off strong with 2D Evan Jennerjahn and Austin Collett taking the first set 6-4, but couldn’t maintain momentum. The Bruins were ultimately unable to keep

Tennis Triples Win Count Over Past 4 Years with Win

Bruin tennis took on Randolph Southern at home tonight. With wins at all varsity positions, the Bruins set the pace and cruised to another victory improving to 6-10 for the season.  Scott Thompson faced an accomplished competitor at 1S and battled for over 2 hours to get the win. Kerigan Reynard and Austin Martin were dominant at

FB Fish & Tenderloin Dinner, Oct 7

Bruin Football will be hosting Dan’s Fish and Tenderloin Fry on Friday, October 7 from 4-7pm. It will take place prior to the last home game (Senior Night). See cost in picture and save by buying your tickets now to support Bruin Football!

Tennis Drops Match to Alexandria

The Bruins competed well against Alexandria at home, but in the end the strength of the Tigers was too much in losing 0-5. The tennis team falls to 5-10 on the season. 1S Scott Thompson chalked up 4 games in 2 sets for the most won games of the evening, playing with improved consistency and strategy. The doubles teams faced a tough

JH Football Splits at Frankton

The junior high football teams travelled to Frankton last night with the 7th graders picking up a win in OT and the 8th graders dropping their game. Drake Hahn ran the opening kick-off back for a touchdown to give the 7th graders the early lead. Scott Winger added the conversion. They would not scored again

Volleyball Drops 2 to Wapahani

After Monday night’s performance against Jay County, the Blackford Lady Bruins had something to build on heading into Tuesday’s match-up at home against Wapahani. On a night when the two teams joined forces for Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month, the Lady Bruins (0-18) would fall to the Raiders, with the varsity coming-up short in three matches, 12-25,

Boys Soccer Ties Wapahani 2-2

The Bruins and the Raiders of Wapahani came in evenly matched and both went home evenly matched as they battled 80 minutes to a 2-2 tie. Colton McNeal and Keaton Elkins each scored a goal with assists from Elkins and Quinten Howard, respectively. Charlie Cranston recorded 13 saves on the night. Coach Batman complimented the