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Bluffton Girls 7th Grade Basketball beat Harding Ms 20-11

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 5:00 PM Bluffton High School AWAY 20 Harding Ms HOME 11 Game Recap Bluffton defeated Harding 20-11. Bluffton scorers are as follow; Celia Frank 2 Ashtyn Morris 2 Madisyn Fenstermaker 1 Karadyn Riley 3 Monroe Heller 6 Leslie Sprankles 6 Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Bluffton 4 3 7 6

Bluffton Boys 8th Grade Basketball beat Prince Chapman Academy 46-19

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 5:00 PM Prince Chapman Academy AWAY 19 Bluffton High School HOME 46 Game Recap Bluffton won the 8th grade game vs. Prince Chapman Academy 46-19. Scorers for Bluffton were as follows: Kaden Gerber – 12 Ethan McEvoy – 10 Kaleb Riley – 8 Reece Johnston – 6 Will Ball – 3

Bluffton Boys 7th Grade Basketball falls to Prince Chapman Academy 48-12

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 5:00 PM Prince Chapman Academy AWAY 48 Bluffton High School HOME 12 Game Recap Prince Chapman Academy won the 7th grade game vs. Bluffton with a score of 48-12. Scorers for Bluffton were as follows: John Ringger – 4 Lukas Hunt – 3 Grant Thompson – 2 Cameron Nestleroad – 2

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (11-14-16)

“Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” What does the word “sportsmanship” mean to you? If you ask your classmates, I’m sure you would get a variety of answers. Some student-athletes might view sportsmanship as a handshake after a game. Others may say it’s your attitude during a game. And others may say it’s never getting

All Teams Schedule: Week of November 14 – November 20

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Bluffton High School, November 14 – November 20 MONDAY November 14, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY November 15, 2016 5:00 PM Girls 7th Grade Basketball @ Harding Ms SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls 8th Grade Basketball @ Harding Ms SCHEDULE 6:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball @ Mississinewa

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (11-7-16)

“Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” This past week the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in over 100 years. As told by their front office personnel, it took thousands of small sacrifices by players and people throughout the organization to finally bring an end to the longest dry spell in baseball history. Good