Bethel competed in three track meets last week, with several solid performances. The Bethel girls finished fourth at West Liberty Salem with 44READ MORE
Tyler Brookhart won his second game of the season on the mound, as the Bethel Bees used a three-run fourth inning to help defeat Miami East last weekREAD MORE
It was a rough non-conference game last week for the Bethel softball team, as they traveled to Riverside and fell short 15-3 in a run-rule game.
Brie Ellish threw a complete game for the Bethel softball team in their season opener last week, as the Bees defeated league foe Tri-Village 10-3 toREAD MORE
The baseball tradition at Bethel High School is rich, and seems to be near the top of their conference every year. For the 2016 version of the Bees,READ MORE
The key to having a successful season is to set reachable goals, so that teams have a realistic chance to achieve them. Bethel softball coach JeremyREAD MORE
The Bethel Bees season ends with a 60-35 loss to Cincinnati Purcell Marian Cavaliers in the OHSAA Southwest District Division III Finals WednesdayREAD MORE
By now, everyone in the Cross County Conference, and for that matter everyone in the Dayton area, knows about Caleb South.
The quick,READ MORE
Just two weeks ago, the Stivers boys’ basketball team earned a convincing 20-point win over the Bethel Bees. When they drew a bye in the sectionalREAD MORE
For three quarters, Bethel looked prime for a big win on senior night. Unfortunately for Bees fans, a span of five minutes cost them a chance to sendREAD MORE
There is nothing more exciting than small-town basketball. The entire town of New Madison filled the home side and Bethel packed in the oppositeREAD MORE
It was a tale of two halves for the Bethel girls’ basketball team.
For the first 16 minutes, the Bees were doing everything right as they were leadingREAD MORE
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