Turpin baseball player Jake Silverstein has signed a national letter of intent to play at the University of Dayton starting in the 2018-2019 season. Silverstein's parents joined him at the signing ceremony at Turpin High School
The Turpin Athletic Boosters are very excited to announce that our brand new Spartan Spirit Shop located in the new THS Athletic Lobby will be open soon, hopefully by the first week of December, just in time for the holidays! The Spirit Shop will offer a full assortment of Turpin spiritwear, including hoodies, sweatpants, and both short and long sleeve tees, as well as novelty items such as beanies, caps, lanyards, and more! Need a stadium chair for the upcoming winter sports season? Look no more, as the official Turpin stadium chair will now be available for purchase in the shop!
The Spartans football team ended the regular season 4-6 with a win over Loveland, 24-21. The Spartans finished ECC play with a 3-4 record.
The Turpin Spartans played their first football game ever against the West Clermont Wolves, losing 21-0 to the combination of the former Amelia and Glen Este high schools.
There will be an informational meeting for the 2017-2018 Boys LAX season on November 29 in the Turpin High School Cafeteria at 7:00 pm.
Casey played four years of soccer for Turpin, two at JV and the last two for varsity.
The best match of the first round of the state tennis championships involved Turpin 3-year qualifier Caitlin Fisher and the top seed out of the Northeast, Anna Roggenburk of Magnificat. Roggenburk was the state runner-up a year ago and defeated Fisher along the way. This fall, Fisher put up a better fight against a girl who had barely lost a set in the regular season. The final was 6-3, 2-6, 6-1.
"It was a tough first match for sure," Fisher said. "I played her last year in the quarterfinals and I think I only won one game. This time I won a whole set. I definitely improved a lot."