The Spartans (2-0 ECC, 4-3) bounced back after a tough non-conference weekend in which the bats went silent defeating Loveland 13-3 and 4-3 in their conference opener.
The Turpin varsity baseball team played solid defense and blew open a close game in the late innings en route to an 8-1 victory over Dixie Heights on Thursday. Jake Silverstein picked up the win for the home opener and collected two hits to support his own cause. Silverstein went six innings yielding just four hits with three strikeouts. Lucas Smith and Ryan Lambert also contributed two hits apiece.
The Turpin Athletic Department is pleased to announce its summer sports camps for all Turpin teams. Camp participants must bring a completed Emergency Medical Authorization form to the first day of camp.
Join Turpin students, parents and alumni for "Turpin Night at the Ballpark" on April 7 when the Turpin Spartans baseball team will play against Anderson beginning at 8 p.m. at The Great American Ballpark. Tickets are $10, and include a FREE view level ticket to watch the Cincinnati Reds play the New York Yankees on "Turpin Night" on May 8.
The Spartans (0-0 ECC, 2-1) avenged a tough road loss to Harrison from a couple years ago with a solid 7-1 victory. This was the Spartans 3rd consecutive road game as they split their opening weekend against Upper Arlington and Berea-Midpark. With a very experienced team, Turpin will be challenging themselves with a tough schedule with only 8 of the 26 games being home games.
Kent McCullough was named the new Turpin High School varsity football coach on Feb. 27. In addition, McCullough will serve as a THS intervention specialist. His start date as a coach is August 1. He will begin work as an intervention specialist on August 28.
The 2016 ECC Volleyball Champion Turpin Spartans invite you and your friends to the Turpin High School Volleyball Camp, set for June at Nagel's Gym.