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Bay Music Boosters 26th Annual Ballroom Blitz – Saturday, April 28th

Bay Music Boosters 26th Annual Ballroom Blitz Bay High School Cafeteria Saturday, April 28th 6:30pm – 10:00pm Tickets: $40 for adults, $30 for students/seniors Featuring: BHS Jazz Ensemble, BHS Stage Band, & BMS Jazz Band Special Guests: Orchestra Honors Quintet, Choraleers, & Rockettes Catering Courtesy of Mabel’s BBQ! Live & Silent Auctions, Raffles, Dancing, &

Bay Rocket March Madness Bracket Fundraiser is Back!!

2018 Bay Rockets Association Spring Fundraiser 5th Annual March Madness Brackets  $50 Donation per Bracket **Add Additional Brackets for $25 each Half the donation from each bracket goes to Bay Rockets Association to fund equipment requests for Bay sports programs The other half of donation from each Bracket goes into the prize pool 1st Place – 70%

Bay High School Classes “Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser” – Friday, February 2

SPAGHETTI DINNER FUNDRAISER WHEN: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2018 from 5PM – 7:30PM WHERE: BAY HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA FEATURING: Pasta, Meatballs, Side Salad, Bread/Butter, Dessert, Beverage ENTERTAINMENT: The Bay Rockets JV and Varsity Boys Basketball Teams take on Rocky River High School at 6pm and 7:30pm.  In addition, we will have the fabulous and talented Senior Rockettes performing at halftime

PCA “JUNIOR” Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship

Are you a Bay High School Junior Student-Athlete?  Are you looking for a potential scholarship opportunity ranging from $1,000 to $2,000?  Are you a triple-impact competitor for your team(s)?  If the answer is yes to any and all of these questions, feel free to apply through the link below.  https://positivecoach.academicworks.com/opportunities/374

“State Farm Athlete of the Month – October” – Olivia Bird

The Bay High School Athletic Department and Bay Village State Farm Agent, Brad Larson, have partnered up to create the “State Farm Athlete-of-the-Month” award.  This award is presented to a Bay High School student-athlete that has excelled while participating in his/her respective sport. Freshman, Olivia Bird is the is the recipient of the “State Farm Athlete of

Bay High School Fall Sports Awards Banquet – Wed, Nov. 15 @ 6:30pm

Dear Parents and Athletes, On Wednesday, November 15th we will be hosting our annual sports banquet to honor the tremendous accomplishments of our fall athletes.   We will begin the evening in the auditorium with recognition of several group and individual conference, district, and state awards at 6:30 pm.  At approximately 7:15 pm, prior to the individual team breakout

Bay High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 6th place

Saturday, October 21, 2017 12:00 AM Place 6 Points 138 Meet Recap Olivia Bird and Aubrey Crabb advance to the Boardman Regional Meet! The Bay Girls Varsity Cross Country team finished 6th at the NEO District Meet Saturday(10-21) at LCCC; the team just missing a trip to the Boardman Regional by one place and eight

Bay High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place

Saturday, October 14, 2017 9:30 AM Place 1 Points 34 Meet Recap The Bay Girls Varsity XC team captured the Great Lakes Conference Championship Saturday at Cahoon Park, finishing first in the meet scoring 34 points. Rocky River finished second with 50 points followed by Holy Name(3rd) 83, Elyria catholic(4th) 88, Parma(5th) 116 points, Normandy(6th)

Bay High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Saturday, September 30, 2017 10:30 AM Place 2 Points 61 Meet Recap The Bay Girls Varsity Cross Country team finished second at the Vermilion Invitational on Saturday with 61 points. The winning team was Westlake in the 8 team field. Olivia Bird led the Rockets with her 5th place finish in 20:16, followed by Aubrey

Bay High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 14th place

Saturday, September 23, 2017 10:00 AM Place 14 Points 441 Meet Recap Bay Varsity Girls XC team finished 14th at the Fleet Feet Strongsville Invitational on Saturday. The Rockets had 441 points in a field of 26 teams which were predominately Division 1 schools. Audrey Crabb led the girls with her 62nd place finish in