The Turpin JV golf team welcomed Milford to Ivy Hills CC last week and emerged victorious 172-202. Freshman Nick Langan led the way with a 40. Next, the Spartans invited Wyoming to Reeves Golf Course. Just hours after the solar eclipse, Turpin JV fired a 160 in the victory to Wyoming's 180.
The Turpin Spartans dropped their season opener against neighborhood rival McNicholas in football action Friday, losing 16-10. The Spartans will travel to Northwest this Friday looking to even their season record.
The Turpin football team is looking to defend its 2016 ECC football title under new head coach Kent McCullough when they open the season Friday Aug. 25 by hosting McNicholas. Last season, the Spartan finished with a perfect 10-0 regular season record, and joined Kings and Anderson in the OHSAA playoffs.
Turpin Cross Country kicked off the race season with by sending 10 Varsity caliber athletes to the OHSAA Preseason Invite. This meet takes place on the State Meet course and gives teams the opportunity to not only run the course but see how they stack up against other teams around the state to start off the season.
The Spartans hosted #1 ranked Mason on Thursday, looking to pull the upset and knock the Comets from their top spot in the Cincinnati coach’s poll.
My name is Harry Sand, senior kicker for Turpin high school. I am pledging my 2017 season to the "Kick-It" cause, a program of Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF), a national volunteer-driven effort focused solely on raising money for childhood cancer research. I hope to score as many points as possible this season, and achieve my goal in hopes of doing my part for this great cause. If you are interested in giving a single time donation please click "Donate Now."
Congratulations to the Girls Tennis varsity team for winning the Cincinnati Country Day Invitational for the 5th straight year!