Latest Turpin Athletic News
With the game tied at 34 going into the 4th quarter, Spartan senior guard, Kaitlyn Workman, took command of the game scoring 11 of her game high 23 points in the final frame. Turpin outscored the hosts of Hamilton 23-12 in the final quarter to win 57-46 and improve to 2-1 in this young season.
The JV Spartans used balanced scoring and shut down defense in the 2nd half to earn their second win of the young season 32-18 over Hamilton.
The 2017 Lady Spartans opened their season Tuesday against Loveland at Cherry Grove Lanes. First year coach, Michelle Dietz, and the Lady Spartans look to improve their 7-13 overall record from 2016.
In the season opener the Spartans JV team took on their neighborhood rivals, the McNicholas Rockets. The first half belonged to the Spartans. Kaitlyn Randall worked the ball around the outside and got the ball to Corinne Nikolai who had an open shot from outside the three point line.
Coach Hopewell’s inaugural game as head coach of the Girl's Varsity basketball team saw the Spartans make the arduous journey to Mt. Washington as they visited the McNicholas Rockets in the season opener for both squads.
The Turpin Athletic Boosters are selling a limited supply of fleece blankets in the Spartan maroon color with their Sparty logo. The fleeces — which make great gifts for your Spartan student or a family friend — are available at the Turpin Stadium concession stand for $20.
After a 10-0 regular season, Turpin moves to take on Harrison in the first round of the playoffs. The game will take place at Spartan Stadium-- presale tickets are available in the athletic office. Go Spartans!
Watch the football, cheerleading and cross country seniors take their final bow with their parents.
Caitlin Fisher at the State Tennis Championships
Story on Turpin student manager Robert Hunt