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Winter Sports Recap

Winter Sports Honors and Recap… ACADEMIC TEAM Fortune Uzo…2nd team all conference honors Kayla Thomas…Honorable Mention all conference honors BOYS BASKETBALL Finished 2nd in the conference. DJ Brewton…1st team all conference honors, Honorable Mention All District Team CJ Rhodes…2nd team all conference honors Carlos Weathers…Honorable Mention all conference honors Bryan Cook…Sportmanship Award GIRLS BASKETBALL Shanuna

Thanks Wrestling Alumni

. Alumni Wrestlers and Wrestlettes from the past were recognized for their contributions. Jeff Brown  1973 Tony Clark  1997 Justin Forsberg  2006 Carlos Goines  1980 Drew Hauer  1996 David Kuhlman  2014 David Merkel  1963 Julie Moeckel  1977 Terry Mohr  1973 Jim Morano  1979 Marcus Payne  1996 Scott Peterson  1977 Rick Pierson  1973 Sue Remmy  1980 We

Support the Softball Team

The Lady Owls softball team has two ways that you can support them. Get a personalized hoodie.  Cost is $50…$15 goes to the softball team. Purchase a 24oz Mt. Healthy tumbler for only $20.  BPA free, dishwasher and microwave safe, keeps drinks hot or cold.  Below is design on mug. Contact Coach Scott Peterson @speterson@mthcs.org. Go Owls!

The Week that was…!!!

What a week for the Fighting Owls!!! Boys Basketball Won first round tournament game Saturday.  They beat McNicholas HS 58-50 in overtime. Next game:  Tuesday at 7:30 vs. Woodward HS @ Mason Middle School Wrestling Kevin Coes (2nd place), Darius Miller (3rd place), and Jamonte Crossty (3rd place) advanced to Districts! This is the largest number

Bowling Advances to Districts

The girls bowling team qualified for the District tournament for the first time in school history.  The top eight teams advance, and the team finished 7th. The Owls will be bowling  Thursday, March 2 at BeaverVu Lanes in Beavercreek ,Ohio.  They finished the regular season 15-3 overall and 10-2 in the conference.  A huge shout out to Shyra Acosta, Sarah Weiss, Kelsey

Girls Bowling Making History

The girls bowling team qualified for the District for the first time in school history.  The top eight teams advance, and the team finished 7th. The Owls will be bowling  Thursday March 2 at BeaverVu Lanes in Beavercreek, Ohio. The Owls finished the regular season 15-3 overall and 10-2 in the conference. Go Owls!

Girls Bowling Strikes Again

The girls bowling team strikes again by winning both matches last week.  The team defeated Goshen High School and Wyoming High School to improve to 14-2 overall.  The team currently sits in second place in the SWOC with a 9-2 record. Throughout the season, the team has been consistent and balanced.  The Owls have several individuals

A Big Day in Owl Nation

Owl Nation is proud of our young men as they prepare to take on new challenges academically and athletically.  Congratulations to the young men, their families, teachers, support staff and the many who helped them achieve their goals! “If you want to succeed you should strike out on new paths, rather than the worn paths of accepted success.” 

A Letter to Wrestling Alumni

Dear Alumni: From gym to gym and year after year, Coach Butler and I hear stories and the history of Mount Healthy Wrestling. Many of you have expressed your position of being a proud alumnus of the High School and we as a coaching staff would like to honor you and share the history of

All-City Football Team Announced

The Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association announced its All-City football team.  The Owls are well-represented on offense and defense.  Congrats to the players and coaches for hard work paying off for good results! Justin Clark…1st team…Offensive Line Trayvon Wilburn…1st team…Linebacker Bryan Cook…1st team…Defensive Back Justice Waller…2nd team…Running Back Go Owls!