Dillon Kelley/Faith Pike
Daniel Ross/Maggie Kahler
PRINCE: Noah Burrowes
QUEEN: Mady VanHoose
KING: ChrisitianREAD MORE
They survived Newton and Franklin Monroe, so the Bethel Bees now had to battle another team near the top of the standings in the Cross CountyREAD MORE
It has been a rollercoaster season for the Bethel Bees on the football field this fall. After opening the year with three consecutive wins, they sawREAD MORE
Both Troy Christian and Bethel’s volleyball teams needed the win on Saturday to help them gain some momentum headed into the last couple weeks of theREAD MORE
There were not a lot of surprises at the Miami County Cross Country Championships held on Saturday at Milton Union High School.
The Tippecanoe boys’READ MORE
They played them solid defensively, but the Bethel girls’ soccer team could not muster anything on the offensive end, as they lost to the area’s #3READ MORE
The Bethel Bees football team took on the Tri-County North Panthers at Bethel High School this past Friday. The two teams came out featuring their runREAD MORE
After a scoreless first half, the Bethel girls’ soccer team exploded for four goals in the second half, and the defense stayed strong as the BeesREAD MORE
It seems like it wouldn’t be a Friday night without Mother Nature leaving her mark on area football games throughout the Miami Valley. For yet anotherREAD MORE
Bethel survived a late comeback attempt from Dayton Christian on Friday to move their record to 3-0 on the season. Now comes the meat of theirREAD MORE
Bethel headed to Newton last week for a doubleheader soccer game with the girls’ and boys’ teams set to battle the Indians. Unfortunately, MotherREAD MORE
Bethel’s football team jumped out to a 42-point first quarter lead last Friday against the Mississinawa Valley Blackhawks, and never looked back,READ MORE
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