Kyle scored 16 points with 3 steals, 2 assists and 0 turnovers to go along with his great defense that fueled a comeback win at Georgetown
Zach is the SBAAC League Champ
This Weeks Events
No events scheduled
Boys Freshman Basketball Tournament Goshen @ Western Brown TBA
Coed Varsity Wrestling Sectional Tournament Goshen @ Batavia HS 5:00 PM
Wrestling Sectional Tournament Goshen @Batavia HS - 8:00am
Boys Varsity Basketball OHSAA Sectional Tournament Goshen vs Cincinnati Hills Christian Acad @ Mason 7:30 PM
SBAAC EVENT PRICESVarsity Football - $6 for adult and students
Varsity Soccer - $6 for adult, $4 for students
Varsity Volleyball - $6 for adult, $4 for students
Varsity Basketball - $6 for adult, $4 for students
Varsity Wrestling - $6 for adult, $4 for students
Varsity Track - $6 for adult, $4 for students
Reserve and Freshman football - $4 for adult and student.
*All students in grades Kindergarten and up will be charged admission to the events.
FAMILY AND INDIVIDUAL SPORTS PASSES
(Passes are good for all high school and middle school home athletic events)
$50 per individual
$200 for Family of 4, $25 per each additional person (same family and household only).
GOSHEN SENIOR SPORTS PASS
Goshen residents over 62 can stop by the Main office of the High School and pick up an athletic pass good for all regular season home games at the high school and middle school. Please bring a current drivers' license. Seniors over 62 with no pass will be charged a student rate.
DID YOU KNOW….
*The football huddle came into existence in 1890 by quarterback, Paul Hubbard, who was deaf. He felt the opposing team could interpret his hand signals.
* The first professional football player, William "Pudge" Heffelfinger, was paid $500 to play a game in 1892
*Soccer player Ronaldinho lost an endorsing deal with Coca-Cola for showing up to a press conference with a Pepsi
*The longest volleyball marathon recorded was in 2011, lasted 85 hours, it consisted of 63 matches which consisted of 338 sets.
*A 5k race equals 3.1 miles
*An estimated average of 54,250 tennis balls are used during the Wimbledon Tournament.
* Golf was played on the Moon. February 6, 1971, Astronaut Alan Shepard, From Apollo 14, hit a ball with a six-iron on the moon.