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Rimmer, Meibers, Tuck, and Glenn Inducted in to the Hall of Fame

Congratulations to the 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees.  Here is a brief biography of their accomplishments and contributions. Dave Rimmer (1966): State Champion in Pole Vault, first Owl to win a State Championship.  Holds the Pole Vault record.  Went undefeated in Ohio competitions his senior year.  Earned track scholarship to Indiana University.  Set the Indiana University

What’s Going On?!

Check out what’s going on with the Fighting Owls.. Boys Basketball:  9-0, SWOC 5-0 (Yes, you read that right…UNDEFEATED) Kollin Tolbert: Leads league in scoring, steals, and assists.  2nd in rebounding.  3rd in FG%. Aarhek Lamb:  Leads league in FG%.  3rd in blocks Iyashu Adams: 2nd in FG% Jalen Brown:  5th in FG %.  2nd in steals   Girls Basketball: 

Basketball & Wrestling Start Strong

Wrestling team finished 10th of 22 teams at Taylor’s Rumble on the River.  Abraham Garcia was the champion in the 185lb weight class.  Cortez Huckleby placed 2nd. The boys basketball team is 2-0.  In the season opener, they beat Withrow 94-57.  They followed up that win with a 68-66 overtime victory over Winton Woods. The

Hall of Fame Nominations

Hall of Fame Nominations are being accepted for this year’s induction class. Click here to get a copy of the nomation form.  Click here to see our current Hall of Famers. Bring back any memories? Remember anyone? Bring back any memories?  

FREE PHYSICALS

Mt. Healthy Jr/Sr. High School is offering free physicals to any student who wants to play sports at the middle school and high school level. girls

Winter Sports Update

Boys Basketball  (8-4, 5-1  SWOC) 1st place ·         SWOC scoring leaders:  Brandon Lanier 12.8 (4th), Aushadon Mathis 11.9 (5th) ·         SWOC rebounding leaders:  Lanier 9.0 (3rd) ·         SWOC steals leaders:  Kollin Tolbert 2.0 (2nd) Girls Basketball  (7-7, 2-4  SWOC) 5th place ·         Breanna Clemons leads the conference in FG% (49.0) ·        Noel Weathers leads SWOC in scoring (15.2) ·         SWOC rebound  leaders:  Weathers 8.2 (2nd), Kimara Richard 7.4 (4th) Girls and

VOTE Weathers

Despite the government shutdown, we can still exercise our right to vote!  Freshman Noel Weathers is up for Ohio Girls Player of the Week. Weathers recorded her 4th double-double of the season when Mt. Healthy defeated Western Hills 49-13. Weathers finished with 17 points and 11 rebounds. She added two blocks. Click this link to

Winter Sports Picture Day

Mark Your Calendars…November 28:  Winter Sports Picture Day Click here to order your child’s sports pictures.