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Congratulations to the following student athletes on being selected as the CBC November Athlete of the Month. Select the link above to view each athletes "bio" and picture

 

Bellefontaine: Ari Hiatt

Benjamin Logan: Stanleigh Archer

Graham: Austin Brayton

Indian Lake: Kale Shoffner

Jonathan Alder: Ally Graves

Kenton Ridge: Dakota White

Northwestern: Sydnee Jordan

Shawnee: William Lord

Tecumseh: Emilee Morris

Urbana: Cassidy James

The 2017 CBC cheer competition was held this year at Bellefontaine High School. Bellefontaine captured the Kenton Trail Division title by scoring 355 points. Benjamin Logan captured the Mad River Division title by scoring 345 points. 


Bellefontaine - 2017 Kenton Trail CBC Cheer Champions

Benjamin Logan - 2017 Mad River Cheer Champions

The Jonathan Alder Lady Pioneers went 13-0 in the Kenton Trail Division to win the CBC volleyball title. Kortney Reynolds from Jonathan Alder was named the Player of the Year.

The Benjamin Logan Lady Raiders went 10-3 in the Mad River Division to win their 3rd straight CBC Volleyball title. Carly Carafa from Graham was named Player of the Year.

BOYS SOCCER

The Tecumseh Arrow finished with 7-1-1 league record to win the CBC Kenton Trail Division for the 2nd straight season. Cameron Androw from Jonathan Alder was named Player of the Year.

The Northwestern Warriors finished with a 4-4-1 record to capture the CBC Mad River Division for the 2nd straight season. George Kern from Benjamin Logan was named Player of the Year.

GIRLS SOCCER

The Shawnee Lady Braves captured their 2nd straight CBC Kenton Trail division with an 9-0 league record. Hannah Ryan from Shawnee was named Player of the Year.

The Northwestern Lady Warriors (4-3-2) and the Urbana Lady Hillclimbers (3-2-4) share the CBC Mad River division. Sam Tracy from Urbana was named Player of the Year.

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