Boys cross country team competes in state tournament

The boys cross country team competed in states Nov. 4, placing ninth out of 20 teams.  Junior Holden Gohs finished 16th out of 182 competitors, with a time of 16:05.  Gohs believes the team’s dedication and effort led them to success at the statewide race.  “Everyone worked at every race,” Gohs said. “We don’t wait […]

Athletes, coaches believe superstitions help lead their teams to victory

Boys soccer team falls in fourth round of tournament play

November Athletes of the Month


‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ worth the watch despite runtime

“Killers of the Flower Moon” is a worthy addition to Martin Scorsese’s already impressive repertoire. The movie features stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, and an especially captivating performance by Lily Gladstone.  The movie is a retelling of the Osage murders, a series of killings in the 1920s. The Osage Nation, a […]

‘Big Mouth’ continues to charm viewers with eccentric plot

A ‘sub above’ or below? Opinion editor Kate Magee searches for the best sandwich shop in Bexley


District condemns hatred amid antisemitism concerns

By Livi Tuber and Chelsea Wasserstrom / News and Sports Editors The district responded to community concerns about safety and well-being via its website Oct. 16 after many Bexley residents were victims of antisemitic harassment. Principal of Secondary Schools Jason Caudill said the concerns emerged after Ring doorbell footage surfaced of a man shouting antisemitic […]


Service-oriented clubs collaborate on local charity coat drive

Several of the high school’s major clubs collaborated with the Developmental Assets Resource Network to collect 150 coats for their annual coat drive throughout October. DARN board member and Leader of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Stephen Lewis said it was his idea to make DARN’s annual coat drive a collaborative effort with some of the […]


Band, orchestra raise funds for future trips

The band and orchestra are raising money through various fundraisers this fall for their spring break trips.   Orchestra director Steven Spangler said the orchestra’s goal is to raise $5,000 for their trip to Nashville, Tennessee.  The orchestra hosted a cookout at the Montrose Elementary polling location on Election Day, Nov. 7, selling hamburgers, hot dogs […]

Athletes of the Month

Freshman Amiya Bowles plays 1st Singles against Columbus Schools for Girls on Sept. 8