The Girls Gymnastics participated in the Catholic Central Invitational on Saturday February 4th. A week off from meets allowed the team to work on mastering some new skills. For several of the Spartans their hard work paid off.
For the 20th game of the season, the Turpin Spartans (12-7, 8-4 ECC) hosted the Seton Saints in the last non-conference game of the campaign. Turpin had lost the last two games by a total of 3 points, and to erase that “anxiety”, the Spartans were in need of a complete game win. However, the two win Seton squad came to play, but in the end the Spartans took care of the ball and used a 28 point second half to pull away for a 48-39 victory.
The Turpin fastpitch team is selling Spartan Garden Flags to help raise money for their Spring Training trip to Myrtle Beach, SC. Show your Turpin spiti with the purchase of a garden flag for just $30.
On Monday January 30 the Turpin boys bowling team traveled to Stones Lanes to face the Withrow Tigers. Turpin was able to snap a long losing streak by defeating Withrow 2,311 to 1,554. Turpin was led by junior David DuBois who bowled a career high 236 in game one. Helping DuBois in the efforts were fellow juniors Spencer Durso and Ryan Zink who bowled 332 and 334 series respectively.
On Friday, February 3 the Turpin Spartans (6-12, 4-7 ECC) were unable to hold off a fourth quarter run by the Milford Eagles (6-12, 4-7 ECC), and lost 51-46.
On Tuesday, January 31 the Turpin Spartans (6-11) rode a hot shooting night and dispatched the Little Miami Panthers (10-9) 64-41 in a non-league contest at Klinger Court. For the game the Spartans shot 51% from the field and made all 14 free throw attempts.
On Friday, January 27, the Turpin Spartans (5-11, 4-6 ECC) took the Walnut Hills Eagles (10-5, 8-2 ECC, #6 Enquirer poll) to the wire before falling 51-48.