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Return to Competition!

Below is a link to the Bethel COVID Plan for Athletics. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY! Additional information will be sent directly to the parents of our athletes pertaining to their individual sport ticketing procedures. We have made what we feel is the most equitable and logical decisions given the significant restrictions that have been place on school districts

Important Update for August 21 and August 22 Events

Bethel Parents & Fans Below are a few IMPORTANT updates regarding athletic events and scrimmages taking place at Bethel Local Schools on August 21 and August 22. The varsity football scrimmage vs. Cedarville (8/21) will take place at L.F. Slagel Field. Spectators will NOT be allowed inside the stadium at this scrimmage. Our goal in hosting this scrimmage

National Trail Invitational – Aug. 13, 2020

The girls golf team participated in the National Trail Golf Invitational on Thursday, August 13th.  The Bees were led by McKenna Gray’s 93 (top 5 finisher) and Skylar Johnson’s 111.  The two seniors were supported by Kaylee Brookhart’s 116, Sidney Jones’ 125 and Grace Bennet’s 128.  Versailles won the tournament with the Bees finishing in

Weekly Athletic Schedule – August 17 – August 22

Monday, August 17 Boys Golf @ CCC Preview | 8:30am @ Stillwater GC   Tuesday, August 18 Boys & Girls Golf @ Riverside | 5:00pm @ Cherokee Hills GC   Wednesday, August 19 Boys Golf v. Lehman Catholic | 2:00pm @ Homestead GC Girls Golf @ Eaton | 3:30pm @ Eaton Country Club   Saturday,

2020 Varsity Volleyball Schedule

Below is the 2020 Bethel Bees JV / Varsity Volleyball schedule! All start times listed below are for the JV match. Varsity match will follow the conclusion of the JV.   More guidance and information regarding game procedures, fan attendance, ticket availability, and spectator requirements will be coming as soon as we receive direction from

2020 Varsity Football 6-Game Schedule

This past Friday, the OHSAA announced that the 2020 football season will be limited to 6 regular season games followed by playoffs starting in week 7. Because of that, the Cross County Conference has decided to play a conference only schedule for the first 6 weeks with week 6 being a crossover game in the