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November 22, 2017

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Pirate boys' track team three points from runner-up in Division III regional

The Bluffton High School boys' track team finished three points from runner-up in the Division III regional meet at Tiffin.

Click here for all meet results.

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BHS boys' 4x800 relay advances to state meet

Finals for most events are today

One Bluffton High School boys' track team advanced to the state track meet - so far.

Finals for most regional events, held at Tiffin, take place today.

The finals for the boys 4 x 800 relay is completed and the BHS team of Isaac Andreas, senior, Luke Young, sophomore, Baylor Garmatter, freshman, and Christopher Harnish, junior, finished fourth to qualify for the state meet.

First - Eastwood, 8:12.50
Second - Montplier, 8:13.5
Third - Riverdale, 8:16.31
Fourth - Bluffton, 8:17.04

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Registration open for youth football camps

Bluffton High School Pirate youth football camp takes place Tuesday to Thursday, July 11 to 13, according to Jeff Richards, varsity football coach.

The camp is open first through sixth graders (2017-18 school year). Cost is $30 per camper. A registration form is attached.

Persons with questions may contact Richards at: richardsj@blufftonschools.org, or call 419-204-0066.

 

 

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Pirate boys win Division III district track meet; girls' team third

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Bluffton High School's track and field teams had an outstanding day at the Findlay Division III district meet.

The boys' won the district and the girls finished third.

CLICK HERE FOR DISTRICT RESULTS

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Five BHS softball players named all-NWC

Five Bluffton High School softball players received all-Northwest Conference honors this week.

Averey Rumer, sophomore, was named to the all-NWC first team. Katie Prater, sophomore, was named to the all-NWC second team.

BHS honorable mentions were Jazmynn Wilson, senior, Abbie Parkins, senior, and Libby Schaadt, freshman.

Senior Ariana Schmiedebusch, a pitcher from Allen East, was named Player of the Year. Allen East coach Bill Mattevi was named Coach of the Year at the all-conference selection meeting Monday evening in Delphos.

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Bluffton Bucs registration underway for 2017

Registration is underway for the 2017 Bluffton Bucs midget football season.

A registration form is attached.

For more information contact:
Zac Kohli at 419-306-2818, Blufftonbucs1@gmail.com
or Mitch Geisgie at 419-204-7291.

 

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Pirate boys' capture NWC track and field title; girls' 3rd

Trevor Bassitt sets two meet records

After finishing second three years in a row, Bluffton High School boys’ track team captured the Northwest Conference track and field trophy this past weekend at Bluffton University. It was the first NWC title for the boys since 2011.

It was Bluffton's 19th overall NWC title.

The BHS girls’ team finished a respectful third place. The girls’ team has not finished lower than third in the conference meet since 2010.

The boys’ won eight first places and Trevor Bassitt, senior, set two conference records. The girls’ won two first places.

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Softball: Lincolnview 2 - BHS 0

Bluffton HS girls’ softball team lost a Northwest Conference game to Lincolnview 2-0. Following the loss, BHS stood at 12-6 (3-5) and Lincolnview moved to 6-7 (3-4).

The box score is attached.

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Fruchey has outstanding season at Malone

Sam Fruchey, Bluffton HS grad, helped the Malone University Pioneers notch their first postseason victory since 2002 last week. She was named Malone's athlete of the week.

The freshman pitcher appeared in all three of Malone's games at the G-MAC Tournament, allowing just one unearned run over 9.2 innings of work.

In Malone's opening game against top-seeded Cedarville, Fruchey entered the contest in the bottom of the sixth inning with runners at second and third and no outs.  The freshman worked out of trouble in the inning, keeping the game dead-locked at 2-2.

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Bluffton HS tennis team 11-1 after recent matches

Bluffton High School’s boys’ tennis team toppled two worthy opponent in recent matches, beating Archbold 3-2 and Wauseon by the same score.

Bluffton stood 11-1 overall after the wins. Archbold fell to 10-2. Wauseon’s record was not available.

Archbold match
1st singles – Justin Haggard, 6-3, 6-2
2nd singles – Ryan Sprague, 7-5, 6-1
3rd singles – Trevor Bunch, 6-0, 6-0
1st doubles – Levi Mikesell/Jeret Geiser, 0-6, 1-6
2nd doubles – Tad Steiner/Jake Staley, 4-6, 7-5

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