As the summer reaches the halfway point, one thing is for sure.

Last year was one to remember for the Bethel girls’ basketball team.

If there is one thing that is for sure, Bethel sophomore Korry Hamlin cannot ever complain about being bored with nothing to do.

For Grace Anthony, she is already one step ahead of her competition.

He was no longer a secret last year for the Bethel boys basketball team.

At the CCC track meet the Bethel boys and girls both finished in 10th place overall, the girls with 14 points and boys scored 18 points.

The Bethel track squad competed in the Anna Quad last week, with the both the boys and girls finishing fourth overall in the event.

For six of the seven innings played on Friday, the Bethel softball team battled Waynesville pitch-for-pitch in their non-conference game held at Bethel High School.

The Bethel Bees ran at Miami East last week in a five team meet, and the girls finished in third with 32 points and the boys finished in fifth with 10 points.

Bethel used a seven-run fourth inning to get the lead, and scored four times in the top of the seventh inning to secure a wild offense contest as the Bees baseball team defeated Dayton Christian 17-11 in a non-league game last week in Dayton.

The Bethel boys finished in 9th place with 26 points at the Miami County meet last week.

Behind Christian White’s first victory of the season, the Bethel baseball team scored three times in the fifth inning to extend their slim lead to five runs, then withstood a seventh inning comeback to defeat Emmanuel Christian 5-3 in a non-league game in Brant.