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Big Walnut Athletic Boosters Officer Update

Updated Big Walnut Athletic Booster Officers….. Go Eagles!! Brian Shelton Athletic Director / Big Walnut High School  555 S old 3c Highway / Sunbury, OH 43074 740-965-7778 @sheltonosu1 / @bigwalnuteagles   “Communication, Development, Success”

Big Walnut boys basketball team falls to Olentangy Orange

Although it maintained a lead much of the game, the visiting Big Walnut boys basketball team fell to Olentangy Orange 52-49 in a Division I sectional final Feb. 26, 2021. Jared Kreager led the Golden Eagles with 15 points while Caleb Conard added 10. Troy Musser’s three-point shot at the end went off the side

7th Grade Softball – TRYOUT UPDATE 2/24/21

ATTENTION 7th Grade Softball – TRYOUT UPDATE Hello softball family. This is Coach Walters and Coach Moore, we are excited for the amount of 7th graders trying out for this season. We will hold tryouts tonight and Friday this week from 630pm to 8pm and next week Monday and Wednesday from 630pm to 8pm. Please

ATTENTION 8th Grade Softball – Tryout UPDATE 2/24/21

ATTENTION 8th Grade Softball – TRYOUT UPDATE Good morning, Coach Moore here with information for 8th grade softball. Last night was the first night of tryouts. For 8th grade, we will have tryouts on Thursday from 630pm to 8pm and next week Tuesday and Thursday from 630pm to 8pm. Please make sure you are registered

Big Walnut boys basketball team defeats Logan

The Big Walnut boys basketball team defeated visiting Logan 49-47 on Feb. 23, 2021, in its Division I district tournament opener. Down three points with just over a minute remaining, the Golden Eagles’ Jagger Barnett sank a three-pointer near the top of the circle to tie the game 44-44. He scored again – inside –

Big Walnut cheerleaders film virtual performance

The Big Walnut cheerleaders filmed their 2021 virtual state competition performance Feb. 21, 2021, at the high school. Before a select group of spectators, the cheerleaders recorded a three-minute routine of game-day cheerleading. “I think it went well,” said second-year coach Jordan Betz. “The girls worked super hard. “We had a lot of ups and