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Frosh Football victorious at Eastwood, 20-14

Brycen White scored twice along with 108 yards rushing to lead the Spartans to a road victory at Eastwood Thursday night. Devin White scored on a 25 yard scamper as well to contribute to the offensive output. On defense, Emani White forced two fumbles and recorded nine solo tackles. The Freshmen will be in action

Varsity Girls Soccer falls to Clyde, 7-1

Taylor Jagielski continued her scoring hot streak but the Lady Spartans fell to the Clyde Fliers, 7-1. Goalie Miranda Repass faced 38 shots during the contest but the Fliers proved to be too much in overcoming the young Lady Spartans. Their next contest will be next Wednesday, September 2nd at Cardinal Stritch. The game time

Volleyball gets first win over Waite

Led by seniors Mariah Repass, Haley Gillespie and Brittany McDuffie, the Lady Spartans volleyball team secured their first win of the season defeating the Indians on their home court, 25-10, 25-10 and 25-15. Better communication on the court gave the Lady Spartans an early lead in the first set and that continued to be the

Boys Soccer trumped by Clyde, 7-2

Despite two goals from freshman Jake Baumgartner, the boys soccer team fell to Clyde, 7-2. The Spartans had several early chances to either take the lead or tie the contest but unfortunately the ball did not find the back of the net. Spirited play by both Josh Yeager and Eli Ragland kept the Spartans close

Volleyball falls to Whitmer in 3 sets

It was a tough night for all 3 volleyball levels versus Whitmer in non-league action Tuesday night. Whitmer proved to be too tough in sweeping each level to victory. The Varsity match started out well for the Spartans only to see the Panthers run off 8 straight points in the first match to win, 25-18.

Last second goal secures win for Lady Spartans!

In an exciting finish, the girls soccer team scored with just one second to go to topple the Rogers Rams, 6-5. Taylor Jagielski led the team with 5 goals. In an evenly matched battle, the Spartans came out on top for their first win of the season. Facing a two goal deficit at half, the

Tough beginning for Girls Soccer

The Girls Soccer team fell to Whitmer on Saturday, 12-0. Coach Baumeier praised the teams effort despite the outcome. Goalie Miranda Repass made some spectacular saves to prevent the score from being higher. Their next game is tonight at Rogers HS at 7:30. Good luck ladies!

Boys Soccer falls in season opener

The boys soccer team fell to arch rival Whitmer on Saturday, 4-0. The team played very hard but just couldn’t overcome the Panthers. Their next game is at home this Wednesday¬†against Clyde at 4:45. The girls game will follow at 6:45 against Clyde as well. Good luck to both of our teams.

Athletic Department Looking for Reliable Workers

If any student (prefer junior or seniors) or parent is interested in working for the athletic department during the fall or winter season, please contact Mr. Johnson (Athletic Director) or Mr. Mefferd (Assistant Athletic Director). We are in need of workers for boys and girls soccer contests (clock and ticket sales), freshman and JV football

Varsity Football Looking Forward to Start of Season

In their final tuneup before next Friday’s opener, the varsity football squad took on Tiffin Columbian last night at Roy C. Start Stadium. They host the Eastwood Eagles in the home opener next Friday, August 28th at 7:30. With many returning starters on both sides of the ball, the Spartans look to capture their first