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We are very excited that the Forest Hills (Anderson, Turpin & Nagel) Athletic Departments have partnered with FinalForms, an on-line program which will enable you and your student to complete & file MOST athlete forms electronically. FinalForms is immediately available for all Turpin athletes. The ONLY form that you are still required to actually print, complete, and file in the Athletic Department, is the actual OHSAA Physical form. The physical form must be completed by the doctor and by law we are required to have a signed copy on file. Once your student’s physical is received by the athletic department we will input the expiration date into FinalForms and then you will receive automatic notifications when your student’s forms need to be updated.
Although they graduated on May 29, Turpin seniors Lauren Kobasuk and Caroline Mink had a little unfinished business to attend to before going off to college. Representing Turpin one last time, Kobasuk and Mink joined teammates freshman Sam Bush and junior Emma Hauserman to run at the OHSAA Division I Track and Field Meet at Jesse Owens Stadium in Columbus on June 3 and 4. The four runners qualified for State together as a 3200 meter relay team; Bush also qualified individually in both the 1600 and 3200 runs.
On this glorious Memorial Day, we pause to remember fallen Turpin graduate and former Spartan athlete, Marine Captain Warren Frank, who died November 25, 2008 while supporting combat operations in Iraq. Capt. Frank died while participating in a food distribution mission north of Baghdad.
Turpin Sophomore Grant Wendel has advanced to the 2016 Ohio High School State Tennis Tournament by securing the Number Two Seed from the SouthWest Ohio District.
Turpin's track and field teams competed at the District meet in Mason on May 18 and 20 for the opportunity to advance to the Regional meet in Dayton on May 25 and 27. Only the top four finishers in each event at Mason earned the right to compete in Dayton. Three individuals and two relay teams qualified for the Regional meet and a chance to advance to the State finals.
The Spartans (11-3 ECC, 14-8) came up short in a bid for a sectional championship with a tough 4-1 loss to Kings. Kings scored three runs with two outs in the 5th inning to break the 1-1 tie and go on to victory. Turpin could not get the bats going like they did earlier in the week as they collected only four hits.
Story on Turpin student manager Robert Hunt
Turpin vs Glen Este - Hype Video - Playoffs 2015
Turpin vs Kings - Playoffs 2015
On 4th down, Cincinnati Turpin QB Bennie Stoll finds WR Jack Campbell in the back of the end zone. Campbell catches the ball off the top of the head of his defender for the touchdown.