It was a COLD and WINTERY Classics Swim & Dive meet this year! We endured some snow delays but the meet went off wihout a hitch. This meet is different then all others in that it is held at 10 different locations throughout SW Ohio with over 100 participating schools and over 2,800 athletes! Round two takes place in the evenings at St. X for those that qualified for finals! LOTS AND LOTS OF SWIMMING last weekend! Here is a recap of the top swimmers and divers that represented Turpin proudly! 

Divers

 All  the Turpin divers made all the cuts and placed in the top 16. Ali got 5th, Lily got 13th, Rory got 14th, and Mac got 14th.  

Girl Swimmers:

100 Free:  Hart 10th and Watts 16th

200 Free:  Workman 4th

500 Free:  Workman 8th

1650 Free:  Workman 4th and Kapostasy 9th

50 Back:  Watts 1st

50 Breast:  Heis 4th

50 Fly:  Caroline Rupp 4th, DiFilippo 13th

200 Fly:  Workman 8th

100 IM:  Caroline Rupp 13th, Heis 16th

200 Free Relay: 6th Watts, Workman, Studenka, Hart

400 Free Relay:  8th Workman, Watts, Fanning, Hart

200 Medley Relay:  12th  Workman, Heis, Hart, Watts

400 Medley Relay:  12th Workman, Heis, Hart, Watts

Boys Swimmers:

1650:  Tanaka 10th

50 Fly:  Blankenship 16th

400 Free Relay: 15th Schmelzer, Cole Kueper, Tanaka, Dehlinger

400 Medley Relay: 16th Dehlinger, Cole Kueper, Schmelzer, Tanaka

The Freshman Spartans Boys Basketball Team brought in the new year in much the same way they ended the old one, with a dominant victory! On Tuesday, January 2nd, the Spartans (4-4 overall, 3-1 ECC) faced off against the Milford Eagles at THS and ran their winning streak to 4 games with a 62-28 victory. Since starting the season 0-4, the young Spartans have strung together victories of 28 pts, 15 pts, 52 pts, and 34 pts. It appears that Coach Mitch Johnson’s club is clicking on all cylinders right now.

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After a few narrow losses against Milford (L 0-1) and Lakota West (L 1-2), the Spartans rallied to tie Loveland 1-1 and defeat Seven Hills 2-0. The defense is holding strong led by sophomore goalie, Peyton Hicks. The boys begin a home streak with a game against Kings tonight, a face off against Indian Hill Saturday afternoon and a match against Walnut Hills next Thursday evening. Come out to Spartan Stadium to cheer on your JV Mens Soccer Team!

Turpin Athletics Coaching Staff

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Fall

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Kent McCullough

Football

 
Jamie Harloff

Boys Soccer

 
Nicki Skylis

Girls Soccer

 
Gail Maundrell

Girls Tennis

 
JK Buck

Girls Golf

 
      Siemers 2014   Remmele M 2014          

 

 

Brad Suder

Boys Golf

 
Melissa Siemers

Girls Cross Ctry

 
Marshall Remmele

Boys Cross Ctry

 
Kathy Carboy

Volleyball

 
Krystal Burger

Cheerleading

 

 

Winter

 -----   slonim ---------- ---------- bridges 2013 14 ---------- ---------- contino 2013 14

 

 

Josh Slonim

Boys Basketball

 
Pete Hopewell

Girls Basketball

 
Adam Bridges

Academic Team

 
Gail Maundrell

Gymnastics

 
Renee Contino

Swimming

     georg 2013 14      kenter 2013 14      

 

 

Kyle Georg

Wrestling

 
Michelle Dietz

Girls Bowling

 
Eric Kenter

Boys Bowling

 
Monica Hannon

Dance

 
Krystal Burger

Cheerleading

Spring

 -----   Gullet ---------- Hartley 2014 ---------- Siemers 2014 ---------- Weaver 2014 ---------- Rodgers 2014

 

 

Don Gullet Jr

Baseball

 
Jessica Hartley

Fastpitch

 
Melissa Siemers

Girls Track

 
Brian Weaver

Boys Track

 
Kate Rodgers

Boys Tennis

                     
                     

Eric Fry, Athletic Director

 

Eric Fry
Eric Fry

Eric Fry became the Turpin Athletic Director in 2012, following 10 years of teaching and serving as the Turpin girls head basketball coach. He received his School Leadership/Administrator License and his Master's Degree in Sports Administration/Management from Xavier University, and his Bachelor's of Science in Physical Education from Ohio University. Eric student taught at Ohio University, and was a general manager intern for the Cincinnati Reds in Sarasota, Florida. His awards include the Ohio University Regional Campus Student Achievement Award; James P. Trepp Memorial Award; Ohio University Student Athlete Award; Ohio University Student Athlete Award; Health and Human Services Student of the year Runner Up; PTA Excellence in Education Award; and 2009 Friend of Children Award.

 

Walton 2018Rayshawn Walton is the Assistant Athletic Director at Turpin, a position he started in 2016. He has been Athletic Director and Assistant Athletic Director at Withrow High School. Rayshawn has a business degree from the University of Akron, and a Masters in Business Administration from Tiffin University.

Meet The Turpin Athletic Administration

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    Dave Spencer

    Principal

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    Eric Fry

    Athletic Director

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    Rayshawn Walton

    Assistant Athletic Director

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    Karen Braun

    Athletics Administrative Assistant

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Athletic Dept. Goals

We are excited about the opportunity to serve your family! We recognize the value of interscholastic athletics in the educational process and the values that young people develop when they have the opportunity to participate in activities outside of the traditional classroom. We further encourage the development and promotion of sportsmanship, ethics and integrity in all phases of the educational process and in all segments of our Spartan community.

Ten Goals of Turpin Athletics:

1. To offer and support a comprehensive interscholastic program.

2. To promote healthy choices including no drugs, no alcohol and no tobacco.

3. To focus on the development of skill at all levels.

4. To encourage student participation at all levels, however, as students progress through the system, it is understood that playing time will need to be earned and participation is not guaranteed.

5. To develop student/athletes who display good sportsmanship at all times. Good sportsmanship consists of: • Showing respect for opponents at all times. • Showing respect for officials and their decisions. • Knowing, understanding, and following the rules of the contest. • Maintaining self-control at all times. • Recognizing and appreciating outstanding skill and performance.

6. To develop a competitive, winning attitude. Winning is important.

7. To encourage individual commitment to personal and team goals.

8. To promote pride in the school and the athletic program. DO YOUR BEST!

9. To develop student leadership skills through team interaction.

10. To encourage parent and community participation in the total sports program via team parent groups and the Athletic Booster Club.

Though it’s not possible for us to provide the perfect experience for everyone involved, it doesn’t mean that we won’t try. We want to serve you in a way that helps your child/family have the best Educational Athletic experience possible.

Go Spartans!