It has been a rollercoaster ride for the Bethel girls’ basketball team.

With 2:32 left in the game, the Bethel girls’ basketball team was on the verge of trying to send a shock wave through the Cross County Conference, as they trailed by two points to Franklin Monroe, a team expected to be one of the top three teams to contend for the league title.

It was a hostile environment for the Bethel Bees to walk into on Friday night, as they made the trip to Pitsburg to battle Franklin Monroe in a game that would be a major step in defending the Cross County Conference championship.

It was a tale of two halves for the Bethel Bees as they opened the girls’ basketball season last week hosting Arcanum.

There is no secret that the Bethel boys’ basketball team will be talented this season.

Seven of the eight candidates for the Bethel Local Schools Board of Education participated in a Candidates Night on Sept.

As Bethel volleyball coach Lauren Siebenaller walked out of the locker room, her emotions from what just took place was evident.

After spending three years as the athletic director at Bethel High School, John Augustine has taken the similar position at Carlisle High School pending board approval, in a decision made earlier this week.