Bethel Bees

3rd Quarter – Principal’s List Arnold, Lucas 4.

It wasn’t a good start for the Bethel softball team last week, as they hosted perennial power Covington in their Cross County Conference showdown, as the Bees was trying to get their first league win of the season.

Trailing by five runs heading to the fifth inning, the Bethel baseball team fought all the way back to tie the game against National Trail and was hoping to carry the momentum to a win on Friday night.

The Bethel track teams ran at the Impson invitational on Saturday.

The start of the game was a bad omen on how this game would turn out, as the Bethel Bees traveled to Newton last week in a game that was moved from Bethel due to the wet field conditions.

Experience goes a long way when a team is trying to turn their program around, and the Bethel softball team will have come quality experience to rely on this season.

Coach Pleased With Season One game cannot take away from the success of the Bethel boys’ basketball team this season, but their experience in the district finals was a game they would soon like to put behind them.

He has already been compared to the best players to come through the halls of Bethel High School.

Caleb South scored 46 points to lead a high-flying Bethel Bees offense, leading the hometown team to a 101-81 win over Anna to advance to the district finals tomorrow night at UD Arena.

It’s amazing how fast things can change in an instant.

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