Six more Badin seniors signed to play college athletics on May 22, bringing the total for the Class of 2018 to 19.
Signing today were:
Jared Berger, baseball, Marian University
Tyler Hargrove, baseball, Marian University
Ben Hongell, swimming, Wittenberg University
Lizzie Kolde, women's volleyball, DePauw University
Lavassa Martin, football, Thomas More College
Nathan Wagner, men's volleyball, Mount St. Joseph University
This makes 19 student-athletes from Badin High School who will be playing college sports next year ... the largest number in the dozen or so years that we have been tracking it. Get the whole story HERE
Six athletes are slated to be inducted into the Badin High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 12, in what should be another outstanding program, according to Dean Wright, chair of the school’s HOF committee. “These are not just outstanding athletes, but outstanding people, too,” Wright said. “It’s always an enjoyable and rewarding evening as we recognize the year’s recipients. They are proud of what they accomplished, and so are we.” More about the event HERE.
2018-2019 School Calendar Published - click HERE for printable copy; or open School Events Calendar tab below.
A new era will dawn at Badin High School when Mrs. Sarah Cline stages the musical “Back to the ‘80s”, a musical romp through that “totally awesome” decade. The curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, April 12-14, and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15, in Badin’s Little Theatre. “It’s very exciting and the students are looking forward to a great show,” said Cline, who is in her first year directing the Badin drama program. “This is a fun show with great music that students and adults are well familiar with.” Read more HERE
Badin High School senior Jacob Waggoner has been named a National Merit Scholarship finalist.
“I’m excited for the possibilities it will bring me in college,” Waggoner said, “and really, I’m excited for college in general.” Read the rest of Jake's story HERE
Three Badin High School seniors were recognized by U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson on Monday morning during a surprise technology assembly at the Catholic school in Hamilton.
Nick Eyl, Jon Moran and Jacob Waggoner were honored for having won an 8th Congressional District contest to create a useful iPhone app.
The Badin trio created a service app that gives users the chance to make a difference in their community through local service opportunities, through supporting local businesses, and also to get in direct contact with their local, state and federal elected government officials.
Read more HERE