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PLEASE READ - GREAT article from the Mansfield News Journal
Jake's Take: Stop bashing kids' coaches on social media
Jake Furr, Reporter
12/12/18 - Varsity Wrestling @ Greeneview
Wildcats dominate, pick up two victories.
78-6 over Greeneview
63-12 over Northridge
Clayton Schirmer defeats 2x State placer from Greeneview
story from News Journal
12/12/18 - BMS boys basketball HOME vs. CNE
The 7th grade boys basketball team defeated the CNE Rockets last night by the score of 39-21 raising their record to 2-3.
The wildcats were lead by Jansen Wymer (10 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists & 2 steals). Other scorers were Braz Byrom with 7, Quinten Rice - 6, Bryce Sipple and Sky Smith with 5 each, while Xander Culberson, Nick Taylor, and Collin Elston all had 2 each. Jarod Daniels also had 6 rebounds, Bryce Sipple tallied 4 assists and Nick Taylor had 3 steals. The boys travel to Clinton Massie next Monday to take on the Falcons. -Coach Greve
The 8th grade boys basketball team lost to Clermont Northeastern 35-30. Zach West led the Wildcats with 12 points, 6 rebounds and 5 steals. Jayden Purdy played his best game of the year so far, scoring 5 points and grabbing 4 rebounds. Also scoring were Levi Montgomery (4 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals), Dustin Trace (4 points, 4 rebounds), Gabe Faulkner (3 points), and Dylan Estep (2 points). The loss drops the young Wildcats to 1-4. -Coach Ballinger
12/12/18 - BMS Ladycats basketball @ CNE
The Ladycats fell to the rockets 26-22.
Kaylee Coyle had 14 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals. Hope Blankenbeckler had 2 points and 4 steals. Macy Waldron has 2 points and 2 steals. Gracie Roy had 2 points and 5 steals. Abbey Irwin had 2 points and 4 rebounds. Nevaeh Griffith has one rebound. Shelbie Panetta has one steal. Layla Winemiller had good defense. -Coach Weisflock
The 8th grade Ladycats basketball team lost to CNE Wednesday night 32-41.
Olivia Potts led the scoring drive with 13 points, 2 rebounds. 4 assists and 2 steals. Hailey Mulvihill had 9 points, 9 rebounds, 4 blocks and 3 steals. Josie Wilson had 3 points and 1 rebound. Ainsley Whitaker had 3 points and 9 rebounds. Sarah Pell had 2 points, Madi Tipton chipped in 1 point and 3 rebounds while Destiny Blankenbeckler scored 1 point, had 5 steals and 2 blocks.
The Ladycats are home against Clinton Massie, Monday the 17th -Coach Mulvihill
12/11/18 - HS boys basketball @ Felicity
Varsity wins 73-49 story to come
Jv story to come
Freshman story to come
12/10/18 - BMS girls basketball @ Wilmington
The 7th grade Ladycats pick up their first win at Wilmington Monday night 23-7.
The girls played really good defense tonight, holding Wilmington to one scorer.
Kaylee Coyle led with 8 points, 5 rebounds and 5 steals. Hope Blankenbeckler had 6 points, 3 blocks and 2 rebounds. Macy Waldron had 4 points, 4 rebounds and 5 steals. Gracie Roy had 3 points, 6 rebounds and 4 steals. Abbey Irwin has 2 points, 2 rebounds and one steal. Layla Winemiller had 2 rebounds, and one steal. Nevaeh Griffith had one steal. Shelbie Panetta has 2 rebounds. -Coach Weisflock
The 8th grade Ladycats basketball team lost to Wilmington 46-17. Kaidyn Burress led the team's offense with 10 points, including a 3, 1 assist and 5 steals. Hailey Mulvihill had 4 points, 4 rebounds and 3 steals. Ainsley Whitaker had 3 points, 4 rebounds and 1 steal. Josie Wilson had 3 rebounds. Destiny Blankenbeckler had 2 steals, Madison Tipton had 2 rebounds and a steal, Heather Brown pulled down 1 rebound and Sarah Pell had 1 rebound and a steal. The Ladycats are on the road to CNE Wednesday. -Coach Mulvihill
12/10/18 - BMS boys basketball HOME vs. Wilmington
The 7th grade boys basketball team lost to Wilmington last night 43-25 falling to 1-3 on the season. Leading the wildcats was Bryce Sipple with 13 points, Quinton Rice added 4 points, Jansen Wymer 3 points and 4 rebounds, Sky Smith 2 points and 4 rebounds, Xander Culberson 2 points, Drew Wyss added a free throw and Jarod Daniels pulled down a team high 5 rebounds. The boys play again tomorrow at home against the CNE Rockets @ 4:30. -Coach Greve
The 8th grade boys basketball team (1-3 record) lost to Wilmington 65-13. Scoring for the Wildcats were Jayden Purdy (6 points), Kyle Garrett (4 points, 4 rebounds) and Levi Montgomery (3 points, 2 assists). -Coach Ballinger
12/10/18 - Ladycats basketball @ East Clinton
Blanchester 9 7 8 16 40
East Clinton 9 12 15 18 54
Blanchester dropped their second straight game Monday night at East Clinton 54-40.
Despite Blanchester jumping out to a quick 7-0 lead, turnovers and missed open shots allowed East Clinton back into the game and enabled them to work back to a 9-9 tie after the first quarter.
Both teams came out flat tonight and we had an opportunity to put the game in our hands early after jumping out 7-0 but little mistakes, 13 turnovers in the first quarter and missed open shots are a recipe for disaster and that's how you let a team right back in it.
Blanchester made a few runs in the second half to try to comeback from their deficit but never really got all that close thanks to some timely shots by East Clinton.
The game's leading scorer was Elecia Patton with 21. East Clinton got contributions by quite a few players but were paced by Mackenzie Campbell and Lacey Peterman with 15 and 12 respectively. -Coach Pyle
JV Ladycats basketball @ East Clinton
JV girls beat east Clinton 30-28. Proud of the girls, they played good team ball. Lacie Tedrickled in scoring with 10 points, Grace Irwin and Maddie Wells had 5 a piece, Emma Winemiller had 4, Daelyn Staehling had 3, Zoie Standfirth had 2, and Maddie Creager had 1. -Coach Jackson
12/10/18 - Lombardi Lineman Award Dinner
Ramiro Torres, Coach Mulvihill, and Cody McCollister represented our Wildcats at the Awward Dinner. Thank you to the Athletic Boosters for purchasing the tickets.
12/7/18 - Morgan Oberle
Congratulations Morgan Oberle for signing your letter of intent to play volleyball at Tennessee Wesleyan University! Blanchester is very proud of your accomplishments.
11/29/18 - Kassidy Abney
Congratulations Kassidy on agreeing to play Softball at Sinclair Community College next season!
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$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"