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Alumni Accomplishments

A few updates on some of our alumni… David Montgomery was named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week…24 carries-169 yards….5th best rookie rushing performance in Iowa State history. Joel Heath started his first NFL game with the Houston Texans. Donald Baggette plays football at Winston-Salem State University.  His team won its second consecutive CIAA championship. Jacob

Owls Reward Cards

The new Owls Reward Cards are now available for your enjoyment: Purchase your STUDENT Owls Reward Card today and attend any 10 home games for only $20. Purchase your ADULT Owls Reward Card today and attend any 10 home games for only $40. Contact the Athletic Department for more details and to get your Owl Reward

2016-2017 Athletic Information

The Mt. Healthy Athletic Department releases information about fees, documents needed to participate in athletics, and summer practice schedules. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE 2016-2017 ATHLETIC INFORMATION FLYER To participate in athletics, student-athletes need to complete the following forms: 1.) Physical Form: Click here to access physical form. 2.) Emergency Medical Form 3.) Health Insurance Form

2016 Hall of Fame Inductees

The following Mt. Healthy alumni were recently inducted into Mt. Healthy’s Hall of Fame. Stephen Butler (2004):  Two-sport athlete (wrestling/football).  All-League for both sports.  Sectional/District Champion in wrestling.  5th place finish in State Tournament.  Holds 8 wrestling records.  Once recorded 24 tackles in a football game.  Played college football at Urbana University. Ray Stoehr (1966):  Three

Signing Day!

The Mt. Healthy football team had five members of the football team who signed to play college football next season.  The Owl family is very proud of these young men and their accomplishments. Keonte Deal:  Bluffton University David Montgomery:  Iowa State University Olajuwon Pinkelton:  East Tennessee State University JaVonte Williams:  East Tennessee State University Austin

Owls Take a Trip

Last Friday the varsity team traveled north to face the Massillon Tigers.  The Owls lost a hard fought game 28-26.  But this trip was more than just about a football game.  It was an experience.  Junior Aaron Cornist summarized the visit.  “We got to see stuff that we never knew existed.  That was cool.”   Experience

Crouch Named One of Top Coaches

Football coach Arvie Crouch was named one of the Top 9 football coaches in the area.  Crouch was among other traditional local powerhouses such as Moeller, St. Xavier, and Covington Catholic. Arvie Crouch took Mount Healthy to the state quarterfinals for the last two consecutive seasons, and the Owls haven’t lost a Southwest Ohio Conference game

New Hall of Fame Page!

The athletic department has added a new page to the website.  Check out your favorite Owls from the past.  There are two ways to get to this page… 1. Click the FIGHTING OWLS HQ tab.  Scroll down and select THE MT. HEALTHY HALL OF FAME. OR 2.  Click here to go directly to the page.

Football Team Earns Academic Honor

The Mt. Healthy district has another reason to be proud of the football team and its staff. In December, the football team was nominated for the All Ohio Academic Team.  The Owls finished in the top 20 of all football teams in all divisions across the state.  Today, the Mt. Healthy learned the team was named to

Athletic Training Services

All Mt Healthy Athletes are cared for by Nova Care Rehabilitation Services.  Mt Healthy Trainer is Brandy Vinson.  She can be contacted at bvinson@hq.novacare.com