Boys & Girls Varsity host Deer Park today at Madison Bowl at 4pm. https://t.co/Ak7Ca72TcB
5:03 PM - 21 Jan 20
(1 of 2) COACHES CLASSIC SWIM UPDATE: The MVC had a number of strong swims at this weekend's Coaches Classic. In t… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
8:46 PM - 20 Jan 20
Boys Basketball takes on CCPA at home tonight! JV Gold plays at 5:30pm, Varsity follows at 7pm. Go Stingers! pic.twitter.com/gw3Uno82AK
6:37 PM - 18 Jan 20
Good luck to Girls Basketball who take on CCD away today! JV plays at 1pm, Varsity plays at 2:30pm! pic.twitter.com/mjT8ZcfzHR
6:35 PM - 18 Jan 20
6:24 PM - 18 Jan 20
Our Gymnastics team traveled to Turpin for a Quad yesterday and turned in score of 116 the highest in 7 years! Indi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
10:03 PM - 17 Jan 20
Girls Varsity Gymnastics heads to Turpin tonight for a Quad Meet! The Meet starts at 6pm, good luck Stingers! pic.twitter.com/13m9PmYGNE
7:26 PM - 16 Jan 20
Girls Basketball takes on North College Hill at home tonight! JV plays at 6pm, Varsity Follows at 7:30pm. Go Stinge… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
4:55 PM - 15 Jan 20
The Stingers hosted Norwood at Madison Bowl. Both teams left with victories. Boys Varsity (12-1) Alex Grass 181,1… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
1:28 PM - 15 Jan 20
Our best game of the season against some solid competition. Ended the first quarter up 13-0, and never looked back.
Good team win after a rough week prior, defense won us this game.
Turnovers and the points we gave up off of turnovers cost us this game. We were very sloppy against their ball pressure, and struggled to recover after falling in a hole early.
Hard loss against the best team we have seen all season, this was far from our best game.
A gritty win for the boys, as we battled it out in a physical match up with a conference opponent.
Tough loss against a good opponent, one bad quarter cost us the game.
Great victory against a conference rival, first victory of the year with several players contributing.
After going down 10-2 in the first quarter, the boys battled back and played three solid quarters. Too little too late, as we lost the game by 4.
Alex Grass lead the Stingers with a 341 series to help the team with a victory over Norwood and to stay undefeated in the conference.