Heading into the post season, Bethel’s girls’ basketball team has showed signs of gaining some momentum with a couple of recent victories.
Coming offREAD MORE
It was one of the games in the Cross County Conference that the Bethel girls’ basketball team knew that had to get. Thanks to a balanced attack, theREAD MORE
It was one of the toughest decisions of his life, but one that Mark Mays knew he had to make.
The third-year Bethel girls’ varsity basketball coachREAD MORE
It has been a long time since Bethel has defeated Miami East in girls’ basketball. That string of losses about came to an end last week, as the BeesREAD MORE
Another notch in the Cross County Conference championship run has been eliminated last week, as the Bethel boys’ basketball team defeated Tri CountyREAD MORE
After earning a big one point win recently, Bethel girls’ basketball coach Mark Mays stated it was about the same time last year that the Bees earnedREAD MORE
Coming off of a tough loss at Ponitz last week, the Bethel girls’ basketball team wanted to get back on track on Saturday hosting Ansonia, trying toREAD MORE
Every team in the area had to deal with an altered schedule last week due to the holidays, but for the Bethel boys’ basketball team, they just keptREAD MORE
It was business as usual last week for the Bethel boys’ basketball team, as the Bees remained perfect in the Cross Country Conference with a pair ofREAD MORE
Bethel was hoping to get to the Christmas weekend with a win over the Newton Indians last week, but the Indians pulled away in the fourth quarter,READ MORE
When the season began, the Bethel boys’ basketball team created goals they want to reach this year. The first goal is to win the Cross CountyREAD MORE
Just like the Bethel girls’ basketball team, the Franklin Monroe squad is looking to turn their program around. Both teams have struggled in recentREAD MORE
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