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2019 BWHS Boys Track Team Apparel Information

Here is the link for the 2019 BWHS Boys Track Team Apparel.  Orders need to be placed by Sunday, 1.27.19 @ 11:59 PM. https://bigwalnuttrack2019.itemorder.com/sale Any questions, please contact Coach Myers @ ericmyers@bwls.net. GO EAGLES!!

MS Spring Sports OPEN GYM/TRYOUTS – Updated 1.11.19

Big Walnut Middle School Spring 2019 Athletics Physical Form is Required for Participation in Tryouts. Please visit https://bigwalnut.finalforms.com to fill out all other required documentation.   7th Grade & 8th Grade Baseball Open Gyms @ BWMS Gymnasium 7-9 PM: Wednesdays 1/9, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13 Tryouts 7th Grade: 2/25, 2/27 from 5-7pm 8th Grade:

VOTE for JR Kegan Hienton – Hoops 270 Player of the Week

Please vote for JR Kegan Hienton.  Kegan has been having an outstanding season along with his team who are off to a hot 8-3 start. Kegan Hienton Big Walnut 43 points in two wins over Westerville Central and Groveport. Hienton is the leading scorer for 8-3 Big Walnut. Vote for Kegan HERE!! Brian Shelton Athletic

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 14 – Jan 20

Jan 14 Girls 7th Grade Basketball at Olentangy Orange 5:00 pm | Olentangy Orange Middle School Jan 14 Boys 7th Grade Basketball vs. Olentangy Orange 5:30 pm | Big Walnut Middle School Jan 14 Girls 8th Grade Basketball at Olentangy Orange 6:30 pm | Olentangy Orange Middle School Jan 14 Boys 8th Grade Basketball vs.

Big Walnut SR Bowler Anna Tanner- Dispatch Player of the Week

Anna Tanner BIG WALNUT, GIRLS BOWLING Congrats to Big Walnut SR Anna Tanner for being named the Columbus Dispatch Player of the Week for Dec 31 to Jan 6. Anna and her bowling team are having an outstanding senior season the girls bowling team is off to their best start in school history. Tanner, a

Girls’ Indoor T&F at Ohio Wesleyan

Ohio Wesleyan University      1/12/19 I was super impressed with the girls at the this meet! There were 20 teams competing, and we ended up in the top 5. We did this with 18 girls and in only nine events. What makes this even cooler is of the 18 girls only four of them were upperclassmen