Bethel’s football team jumped out to a 42-point first quarter lead last Friday against the Mississinawa Valley Blackhawks, and never looked back, cruising to a 63-6 rout in a CCC game.

Coming into the season, Bethel senior Erica Turner was expected to be among the players to watch in the area, and last week as the Bees earned their first win against Piqua, Turner left no doubt to the Indians about how talented she is.

Troy Christian built a three goal lead in the second half, and held off a talented Bethel team for a 3-1 victory last week in boys’ soccer action in Tipp City.

This past Friday night marked the beginning of the 2016 Bethel Bees High School football season.

It was the perfect way for the Bethel boys’ soccer team to shine in their home opener.

Don’t let it be said the Bethel Bees football team can’t overcome obstacles when preparing for the start of another season.

Lauren Siebenaller is beginning her second year at the helm of the Bethel volleyball team, and she has very realistic and reachable goals for the Bees this season.

Due Bescoe is happy to be back at the helm of the Bethel girls’ soccer program, after the former Lady Bees coach has returned for the 2016 season.

Monday morning started another season of Bethel football, as the Bees began two-a-days leading toward their season opener August 25 against Northridge.

There is one thing for certain when the subject of Bethel boys’ soccer comes up.

For Bethel junior Hunter Shelley, the date of August 26 couldn’t come fast enough.

To become a better athlete, one can spend countless hours working on their craft.