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Bay Athletes Sign “National Letters of Intent”

Bay High School would like to congratulate the following athletes and their families for signing “National Letters of Intent” with their respective universities. Meredith Garrity: Cross Country/Track at Ithaca College Cade Gergye: Soccer at the University of Dayton Jack Maxwell: Basketball at Allegheny College Cameron Shank: Lacrosse at the Dominican University of California Francis Sherman: Football at

Clinton Parsson to Play Football at College of Wooster

Bay High School would like to congratulate Clinton Parsson for signing his “National Letter of Intent” with the College of Wooster for football. This past fall, Clinton earned the Great Lakes Conference “Scholar Athlete Award” given to the athlete with the highest GPA in the respective sport.  Clinton also earned the “John Girgash Award” given to

Bay Music Boosters Ballroom Blitz – May 4th

Bay Music Boosters 27 Annual Ballroom Blitz “May the 4th Be With You” Bay High School Cafeteria Saturday, May 4, 2019 6:30pm – 10pm Tickets: $40 for adults, $30 for seniors/non-performing students Featuring: BHS Jazz Ensemble, BHS Stage Band, & BMS Jazz Band Special Guests: Honors Quintet, Rocket Quartet, & Choraleers, Catering Courtesy of Thyme

Bay High Athletic Hall of Fame Accepting Nominations for Fall 2020 Inductions

The Bay High School Athletic Hall of Fame is now accepting nominees for the 2020 Fall Class.  Hall of Fame weekend will take place in the fall of 2020. In addition to the nominations we have received to date, we will accept new nominations from now until December 1, 2019. To nominate someone, you have one of two options: 

Bay Rockets Association March Madness Bracket Fundraiser is Back!!

2019 Bay Rockets Association Spring Fundraiser 6th Annual March Madness Bracket Challenge  $50 Donation for the First Bracket **Add Additional Brackets for $25 each 50% of the donation from each bracket goes to Bay Rockets Association to fund equipment requests for Bay sports programs 50% of each donation from each Bracket goes into the prize pool 1st Place – 70%

Bay Athletes Sign “National Letters of Intent”

Bay High School would like to congratulate the following athletes and their families for signing “National Letters of Intent” with their respective universities. Matthew Cover: Wrestling at Princeton University Haylee Duffy: Soccer at Bluefield College Connor Shell: Football at the University of Akron   This season, so far Matthew Cover broke the school record for most

Bay Rockets Association’s “Snoball Run” – Saturday, February 16, 2019

Bay Rockets Association’s “Snoball Run” DATE Saturday, February 16, 2019 LOCATION Bay High School 29230 Wolf Road Bay Village, OH 44140 START TIMES Registration and Packet Pick-Up: 7:30am 5K & 1 Mile : 9:00am DISTANCE 5K (Chip Timed) & 1 Mile TIMING 5K Chip Timed REGISTRATION  Online registration will on Friday, February 15th at 9:00 AM. If you

PCA “JUNIOR” Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship

Are you a Bay High School Junior Student-Athlete (Class of 2020)?  Do you currently hold a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher?  Are you a triple-impact competitor for your team(s)?  Are you looking for a potential scholarship opportunity ranging from $500 to $2,000? If the answer is yes to any and all of these questions, feel free

Events for Friday, November 2, 2018

Football will host Sandusky High School at 7pm Friday, November 2.  Pre-sale tickets (adults, seniors, students) will be sold for $8 today (Friday, November 2) from 8am – 4pm.  All tickets at the gate are $9.  The school gets to keep a portion of the pre-sale ticket sales at Bay.  No passes accepted.  Those that hold Unlimited Family

O.H.S.A.A. Football Playoff Information

Football will host Sandusky High School at 7pm Friday, November 2.  Pre-sale tickets (adults, seniors, students) will be sold for $8 on Thursday, November 1 during lunches, Thursday evening from 6:30pm – 7:45pm and Friday, November 2 from 8am – 4pm.  All tickets at the gate are $9.  The school gets to keep a portion of