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Girls Tennis Season Off and Running

The girls tennis teams began their 2017 seasons on Tuesday night with home matches here at the high school. The varsity gold team welcomed state power Toledo Mount Notre Dame and battled all night, but could not get over the hump in dropping a 5-0 decision.  The varsity black team meanwhile was taking on Dixie and […]

Boys Gold Golf Team Off to a Solid Start

As the new school year begins today, the 2017 boys varsity gold golf team and head coach Matt Yux have been very busy in early August.  Following a competitive round of tryouts all over the area, the team embarked on this season hoping it will culminate in another trip to The Ohio State University in […]

Family Passes Now Available for Purchase

Family athletic passes can now be purchased for the 2017-2018 school year.  You have two options for purchasing your passes again this year.  Your first option is to go online and order them by clicking here.  Please understand there is a 4% convenience fee added to the cost of your pass if you choose to […]

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Last Chance to Buy Bricks on the Walkway of Champions

The deadline for the class of 2017 to buy a brick on the Walkway of Champions this year is rapidly approaching.  The last day for orders is Monday, July 31 for this years’ installation.  Each brick costs $75 and can be ordered by any alumni who earned a varsity letter in athletics during their four-year […]

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Lindsay’s Law Paperwork Now Available

What is Sudden Cardiac Arrest? A Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating, cutting off blood flow to the brain and other vital organs.  Sudden cardiac arrest is fatal if not treated immediately, most often by a defibrillator. Who is Lindsay? Senate Bill 252 is named for national heart […]

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2017 Middle School Fall Sports Information

All incoming 7th and 8th grade boys and girls who want to run cross country, play football or try out for the girls volleyball team this fall need to email their prospective coach their name, what school they attend and what grade they will be in this fall asap.  Your coach will write back to […]

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2017 Reserved Football Seats Information

Renewal letters for Reserved Seats for the upcoming football season were put in the mail yesterday to arrive in homes by the end of this week.  The seat prices remain $60 again this year with the option of adding an additional $20 Reserved Parking Pass which will allow you to exit out the Judson gate […]

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Craig Finishes Fourth in 800 at State to Lead Elks

Junior Andrew Craig, coming off a Regional Championship at Welcome Stadium last week, ran in the Boys’ 800 meter state final on Saturday night in Columbus.  Craig ran a fantastic race and finished fourth in the state with a time of 1:42.80 missing third place by 0:00.01 seconds. Sophomore Ben Burkett also represented the Elks […]

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Bombers Eliminate Elks in State Quarterfinals

Coming off a West Regional Championship with a strong showing last Saturday night at Northmont, the boys volleyball team traveled to Capital University on Saturday looking to continue that momentum against Cincinnati powerhouse St. Xavier.  The Elks battled the Bombers the entire match, but were never able to break through and fell, 3-0. In the […]

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Boys Volleyball Wins Regional, Earns Return Trip to Columbus

The varsity boys volleyball team traveled to Northmont High School on Saturday night to take on the host Thunderbolts in the West Regional Final.  The teams knew entering the game, the Elks were seeded fourth and the T’Bolts second, that a trip to Columbus and the state tournament was the prize for the winner.  This […]

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