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New Eligibility Requirements for D1 College-Bound Student-Athletes

New standards are on the way beginning August 1, 2015 for those contemplating play NCAA D1 sports.  Though we may have few, if any, D1 athletes at this time, for those coming up the ranks, you will want to know of the changes so that you can plan your course load according. From the NCAA

IHSAA Tip of the Week (March 2)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (3-2-15) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Finding a balance between enjoying success and then refocusing for your next challenge is not a simple dilemma. While you want to enjoy your successes along the way, it is also very important to move forward and face the next challenge with

Wrestling Meeting on Monday!

Blackford Wrestling Presents: “Wrestling 101” Plus Meet & Greet Session! Location: South Upper Deck of Main Gym When: Monday, March 2 from 6:30-8:0pm If you are planning on, or even THINKING ABOUT, wrestling next season then you have the perfect opportunity to see what wrestling has to offer! Coach Garringer and his staff will share

IHSAA Tip of the Week (Feb 23, 2015)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-23-15) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Rivalry games/meets/matches have been a big part of sports throughout history. Let’s face it, some games just seem more important than others. Who is your biggest rival? Do you look at the game in a different way? Every school has that team

Bruins Baseball Clinics: Feb 23 & 25

Bruin Baseball Clinics to be Held at BHS Head baseball coach Tony Uggen, his staff, and several 2015 Bruins will be putting on baseball clinics from 6-8pm on Monday, February 23 and Wednesday, February 25. The camp on the 23rd is for those ages 6-10 and the camp on the 25th is for those ages

IHSAA Tip of the Week (2/9/15)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-9-15) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” A few weeks ago a Hall of Fame baseball player from the past, Ernie Banks, passed away. Known as “Mr. Cub”, Banks had the reputation of being the ultimate professional, even though his team, the Chicago Cubs, never won the pennant. In

Swimmers compete in Sectional Finals

The girls swim team finished 10th of 12 teams at the Jay County Sectional finals on Saturday. Claire Seelen finished 8th in the 100 back. Laura Sills finished 16th in the 100 fly. The 400 free relay team of Bailey Cline, Whitley Felver, Jennifer Tarr, and Seelen finished 8th. The 200 medley relay team of

Girls Swimmers Compete in Sectional

The Lady Bruin swim team competed at the Jay County Sectional last night. Advancing to the finals for the Bruins were: Claire Seelen in the 100 back as the #6 seed with a 1:11.16 just narrowly missing her own school record. Moving up two spots off their seed time, the 400 free relay team of

IHSAA Tip of the Week (2/1/15)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-1-15) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” In this modern era of social media, and even in days gone by, everyone seems to think they are the expert when it comes to athletics. Whether it’s students, parents, the media, or the general public, they all believe they know more

Boys Swim Team Falls to Norwell

The boys swim team fell to Norwell last night 116-42 to drop to finished the regular season 1-8. Zac Dudley was second in the 100 fly. The 400 Free relay of Dudley, Quinn Blakely, Scott Thompson, and Stephen McGahey also got second. Coach Hill commented, “Our boys found out tonight what it is like to