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IHSAA Tip of the Week (Sept 5)

HSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (9-5-16) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Swimmer Lilly King (IHSAA state champion from Evansville and Olympic gold medal winner) has been a headliner in the national news. While her two gold medals have been part of the conversation, it’s been more about her comments and firm beliefs about

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 5 – September 11

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Blackford High School, September 5 – September 11 MONDAY September 05, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY September 06, 2016 4:30 PM Girls Varsity GolfBlue River @ Blackford SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys Varsity TennisMadison-Grant * @ Blackford SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Muncie Burris High School

Volleyball Competes at Wes-Del Invite

The varsity volleyball team (0-9) took part in the annual Kay Saunders Invitational at Wes-Del High on Saturday.  The ladies fought a tough-one and showed some improving skills.  However, they ultimately came-up short in each of their four games of tournament play. Nowhere did improvement make its biggest impression than the girls’ second game against

C Team Falls to Ole Miss

The C football team fell to Ole Miss 14-6. The Bruins lost QB Caleb Mealy early to broken wrist and the offense struggled there on. The Bruins trailed 8-6 but an interception was returned for a TD on the last play of the game. The Bruins host Oak Hill on Monday, September 12 at 5:30pm.

Bruins Fall to Ole Miss

The varsity football played a very good Mississinewa team on Friday night. The Bruins went in with several starters sitting the sideline due to injuries against the much bigger Indians who are now 3-0. The Indians jumped out to a 22-0 lead before Austen Lancaster returned a kick-off 92 yards for the touchdown to cut

CC Girl’s Finish 4th in Terre Haute

The BHS cross country teams competed at the Terre Haute Savings Bank State Preview meet on Saturday, September 3rd. The Bruins competed in the 1A-3A division. The ladies placed 4th out of 10 teams, finishing just one point behind the third placed team. Leading the way for the ladies was Falynne Reed with a season

Tennis Comes Up Short

The boy’s tennis team took a tough loss on the road at South Adams 2-3. Rain played spoiler on Tuesday with the Bruins up 2-1 and with momentum gaining in the ongoing matches at 1D and 2S when play was suspended. Zach Tarr and Evan Jennerjahn split the first 2 sets and were defeated 1-6 in

Boy’s Tennis Falls to Mississinewa

The Bruins boy’s tennis team was defeated at home last night by Mississinewa 0-5.  “We knew going into tonight it was going to be one of the toughest matches on our schedule, but the boys never backed down.  Overall we were competitive, and I was pleased with seeing the skills we focused on in practice

Golf Team Falls to Muncie Central

The Lady Bruins (1-2) competed with a tough Muncie Central team last night and came up on the short end 191-280. The top four girls on their team shot in the 40’s which is fairly good for a girls golf team. Coach Watt was very proud of her girls in the match because they all

Girl’s Soccer Ties Tri-Central

The girl’s soccer team went on the road and tied Tri-Central this evening 1-1. Lauren Hall scored the Lady Bruins lone goal and also took one half of the 10 total shots on goal attempted. Cate Bennett had 8 saves in goal. The Bruins won the JV match 1-0. Cate Bennett scored the winning goal. The Lady