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Phelps Signs to Play at Miami

Lonnie Phelps, Jr. has signed early and intends to continue is football and educational career at Miami University.   Phelps earned All-SWOC, All-City, All-District and All-Ohio District honors.  He leaves Mt. Healthy as the all-time sacks leader.     

Fall Honors Announced

2018 Fall Sports All League Honors Girls Soccer Vivian Willis: 2nd Team Sandy Trihn: Honorable Mention  (4 year Varsity Award) Paige Washburn: Sportsmanship Boys Soccer Ervin Gonzalez: 2nd Team Diwash Magar: Honorable Mention Dylan Bush: Sportsmanship Nick Khoury: Coach of the Year Volleyball Tamera Cooper: 2nd Team Erica Hardy: Honorable Mention Mahoganie Hall: Sportsmanship Cross


The Owls have a few athletes who have been nominated for player of the week. Justin Abrams (Cross Country) Michael Crawford (Football) Ty Mincy (Football)   Click here to vote for Justin and Michael here: You will have to scroll down through the sports. Click here to vote for Ty here:

Former Teacher, Coach, and Mentor Passes Away

Mt. Healthy lost a member of the family.  Bill Fridman, who was a former teacher and coach at Mt. Healthy and who positively influenced many young people and adults passed away this morning. He worked for the district for 36 years. He coached four sports and was the head football coach from 1973-1994. He was named Cincinnati

Highlights from the Week of 9/17

The Owls volleyball team defeated Western Hills 27-25, 25-12, 25-11. The varsity football team defeated Ross 28-14.   Michael Crawford rushed the ball 22 times for 143 yards and 2 rushing TDs.  He also passed for 21 yards and 1 TD. Members of the football team gave back to the community by participating and volunteering at

Crawford leads Owls in win over the Rams

Senior quarterback, Michael Crawford, led the Owls to a 28-14 victory over the Ross Rams.  Crawford carried the ball 22 times for 143 yards and 2 rushing TDs.  He was also 3/5 passing for 21 yards and a touchdown. The Owls face Campbell County Friday, September 28 at 7:00 at home.  Go Owls!  

Big Game Brandon

Brandon Lanier has been nominated for Tri-State Football’s Player of the Week.  Brandon ran for a career high 221 yards rushing with three TDs in the Owls win 28-6 over Dayton Dunbar.  Exercise your right to vote and support Brandon. Click the following link to vote:​

What happened?

Shout Outs All staff who attended events last week. Esteyana Jordan who sang the national anthem with the band Friday night and did an outstanding job! HS Cheerleaders who created a cheer on the spot for the SWOC Sportmanship video.​ Football: ​Congrats to the football team who defeated Dayton Dunbar 28-6! Brandon Lanier has been nominated for