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Athletics Update on Contact Sports Friday, August 14th

Athletics Update Friday, August 14, 2020 The future of fall contact sports continues to be a discussion at the state and local level.  We were expecting information regarding athletics at the governor’s press conference on Thursday.  That information was not presented.  We have been told there will be a message on Tuesday.  We are going

Athletics and Marching Band Update

The superintendent had suspended all in-person athletic and extracurricular activities effective 9:00 p.m. Friday, July 31, 2020, based on the most recent guidance from Franklin County Public Health.  However, upon gathering additional information, it is clear that the FCPH guidance is not effective until school is in session; therefore athletics and marching band may continue in

Jason Goggins Named Head Boys Soccer Coach

We are delighted to announce that Jason Goggins has been named the Head Coach of the boys varsity soccer program. Jason, a ’93 Bexley graduate, brings a unique perspective to the program as both a former player and someone who played beyond high school at the collegiate level at Wittenberg and professionally with the  the

Bexley Covid-19 Summer Training Guidlines

Bexley Athletics establishes guidelines for the restarting of Summer Training beginning June 1st. For a detailed look at the guidelines please click the following link. BHS Covid-19 Summer Training Guidlines

Nationwide Children’s Sports Medicine Now Offering TELEHEALTH

Nationwide Children’s Sports Medicine Now Offering TELEHEALTH Although we can’t play together right now, injuries are still happening, and the Sports Medicine experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital are committed to keeping kids safe. In partnership with Bexley High School, the Nationwide Children’s Sports Medicine team is offering the latest telehealth technology to see Bexley Student

PHASE 2- SPRING STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PROGRAM

Lions, It is important that we are not training with classmates at this time as we are in a no contact period. For everyone’s safety, we need to keep social distancing and do what is necessary to slow the spread of the virus. Included in this document are options to train at home. This program is not be

SPRING SPORTS UPDATE FROM OHSAA

Information Relative to Spring Sports & Beyond First, we continue to stay in close contact with the state’s leadership relative to stay-at-home orders. Additionally, we continue to collaborate with the OASSA to make certain we have each other’s support as it relates to a return to school and activities. A few important updates/reminders: -If schools

BEXLEY STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING SPRING PROGRAM

Lions, It is important that we are not training with classmates at this time as we are in a no contact period. For everyone’s safety, we need to keep social distancing and do what is necessary to slow the spread of the virus. Included in this document are options to train at home. This program