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12/7/17 - Ladycats basketball @ CNE
Varsity lost 37-30
The Clermont Northeastern Rockets beat the Blanchester Wildcats by a score of 37-30 Thursday night at CNE in girls basketball.
Blanchester was led in scoring by Olivia Gundler who had 8 points and 5 blocks. Dakota Watters added 6 and had 13 rebounds. CNE was led on offense by Cooper who scored 12.
We (Blanchester) shot 9-31 from the free throw line. When you're on the road, you can't shoot that percentage and miss your chance at easy points. 22 missed free throws in a 7 point loss pretty much speaks for itself.
Elecia Patton, the leading scorer for Blanchester through the first 3 games, was in foul trouble all game and was held to 4 points and Asia Baldwin, who paces the Wildcats defensively was in the same situation. Both were only able to play a little more than half the game before fouling out. -Coach Pyle
JV lost 40-33
Blanchester girls JV team had lost to CNE with a score of 33 to 40. Holly Scott led the team with 10 points and Lana Roy followed with 9 points. The girls struggled the first half but I was proud of the girls to make some adjustments at half and win the second half by 4 points. -Coach E Pyle
12/6/17 - BMS boys bkb HOME vs Batavia
The 7th grade wildcat basketball team dropped to 0-2 last Wednesday evening losing to Batavia 39-24. Leading the wildcats was Kyle Garrett with 8 points and 9 rebounds. Gabe Faulkner added 5 points, Levi Montgomery 4 points and 2 steals, Jayden Purdy 3 points, and Dylan Walker & Dylan Estep each had 2 points. Zach West also led all rebounders with 12. The wildcats play next when they travel to Wilmington on Monday. -Coach Greve
The 8th grade boys basketball team lost to Batavia 45-21. Seth Akers led the team with 9 points. Justin Hogsett added 6 points and 7 rebounds. Reagan Burch, Ryan Brewer and Blake Coffman each scored a basket. The loss drops the Wildcats to 0-2 on the season. -Coach Ballinger
12/6/17 - BMS girls bkb @ Batavia
Blanchester 8th grade Ladycats had a 49-12 loss against Batavia on Wednesday 12/6.
Emmy Hodge lead the team with 4 points Grace Irwin and Zoie Stanforth each chipped in a 3 point shot and Madison Creager added 2. Next game is at home on 12/11 and hosting Wilmington. -Coach Stanforth
The Blanchester 7th grade Ladycats basketball team lost to Batavia 27-16. The Ladycats struggled offensively to make shots shooting less than 20% from the paint. Kaidyn Hamm and Olivia Potts led the scoring effort with 5 points each. Bekah Davenport, Ainsley Whitaker and Braylee Stanforth each had 2 points. Ainsley, Braylee, and Hailey Mulvihill also hit the boards and pulled down several rebounds. Coach Mulvihill and Whitaker were very pleased with the overall defensive effort of the team. They will host Wilmington Monday the 11th at 4:30. -Coach Mulvihill
12/5/17 - HS boys bkb HOME vs. Reading
Freshman beat CNE
JV beat Reading
Varsity lost to Reading
story from the News Journal
12/5/17 - BMS wrestling beat Little Miami 48-23
12/2/17 - BMS wrestling @ Lebanon
Wildcats take team CHAMPIONSHIP
The Blanchester Middle School team finished 1st in the Lebanon B Duals on Saturday defeating Lebanon, Mason, Centerville, Nagel and Fairfield .
Going a perfect 5-0 on the day were
Overall, the team wrestled very well. I was very pleased. Our seasoned wrestlers stepped it up and our newer wrestlers showed a lot of drive, heart, and the attitude to never give up. Our team unity was top notch always rooting for our teammates. It was a great experience for the whole team as well as the Blanchester wrestling community.
12/2/17 - Wrestling @ Taylor
2 weight class champions pace the Wildcats, finish in 2nd place
Gibson - 2nd
G Berwanger - 3rd
J Schirmer - 2nd
K Berwanger - 3rd
C Schirmer - 1st
Conover - 1st
Latchford - 4th
Peters - 2nd
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$250 for Family of four
$75 per individual
Blanchester Senior Citizens Sport Pass
Blanchester Seniors over 65 can stop by the Athletic office and pick up an athletic pass good for all regular season home games at the high school and middle school. Please bring a current drivers' licence. Seniors over 65 with no pass will be charged a student rate.
Varsity Football - $6 for adult and student
Reserve, Freshman and football - $4 for adult and student
Middle school football - $4 adult and student
Varsity Soccer, Basketball, Wrestling, Track - $6 for adult, $4 for students
Middle School Volleyball, Basketball, Wrestling, Track $4 adult and $3 for student
Seniors over 65 with a sport pass free (passes available in the athletic office)
Seniors over 65 with out a pass will be charged a student rate.
PLAY MORE THAN ONE SPORT
Multi - Sport Benefits
The athletic department and administration at Blanchester Local Schools promote playing as many OHSAA school sponsored sports as possible. The benefits of being a diverse athlete far out weight the potential benefits of specialization.
The benefits of multiple-sport participation include better leadership and teamwork skills from cross-training, reduced risk of burnout in one sport, a variety of experiences from involvement with different sports and teams, reduced risk of overuse injuries in one sport and exposure to a variety of coaching styles.
"Coaches recognize competitiveness in players who play multiple sports"
"The benefits of being a multi-sport athlete"