We firmly believe that we offer the best in both academics and athletics here at Turpin High School, and would love to have your child be a part of our success. The purpose of my meeting tomorrow is to open up contact with the players, put a face to a name, and begin to establish lines of communication for both players and coaches. Maybe even add a spark of excitement and motivation!
The Turpin football saw their dream season end with a 47-13 loss to the Kings Knights in Round 2 of the Ohio high School playoffs. Turpin went from a 4-6 team in 2014 to a 10-win team this year.
Less than two months after they met in the regular season, Turpin hosted Glen Este in an Eastern Cincinnati Conference first-round playoff showdown. Again, the Spartans took an early lead and never trailed as they defeated the Trojans, 38-7. Spartans will now play Kings at 7:30p m Friday night at Lakota West.
The Turpin Spartans will host their first-round football playoff game against ECC for Glen Este this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Spartan Stadium. The Spartans defeated the Trojan 31-7 earlier this year. Turpin finished their season on Fridfay with a win over Walnut Hills to give them a 9-1 record.