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Football to Host Jamboree Game on Friday

The Eaton High School Varsity Football team will hold their final preseason contest on Friday, August 21st. The Eagles will host Tippecanoe High School in their annual “Jamboree Game” on Friday, August 21st at the Eaton Community Schools Athletic Complex, kick off is scheduled for 7:00pm. The Jamboree Game is considered a scrimmage, however it is played

Varsity Golf Wins Miamisburg Invitational

The Eaton High School Varsity Golf team won their first tournament of the season as they captured first place in the 2nd Annual Miamisburg Invitational at Pipestone Golf Course on Tuesday, August 11th. Pipestone Golf Course also serves as the site of the OHSAA Sectional Golf Tournament later this fall. The Eagles were led by

Flanagan to Lead Varsity Baseball Program

The Eaton Community Schools Board of Education recently approved Patrick Flanagan as Eagles next Varsity Baseball Coach. Patrick Flanagan joins the Eagles after spending the 2015 season as an Assistant Coach at Richmond High School (Indiana) and the 2014 season as an Assistant Coach at Rend Lake College (Ina, Illinois). Coach Flanagan has also served as the Pitching

John Tollefson Named Boys Basketball Coach

The Eaton Community Schools Board of Education recently approved the hiring of John Tollefson as the next Boys Varsity Basketball Coach at Eaton High School. John Tollefson brings seventeen years of coaching experience with him as he takes the helm of the Eagles program. Coach Tollefson most recently served as the Boys Varsity Head Basketball

Sport Specialization Not Always Best Decision

A growing trend in amateur athletics at all levels is sport specialization. Mike Dyer, High School Sports Editor for the Cincinnati Enquirer recently published an article in the January 2015 issue of High School Today magazine detailing why sport specialization may not always be the best decision. Trend Toward Sport Specialization Not Always Best Decision by Mike

Seth Reynolds Qualifies for State Track & Field Meet

Eaton High School senior Seth Reynolds had a busy weekend last week. Not only did the Indiana University – East signee qualify for the OHSAA Division II State Track & Field Meet in the 110 Meter Hurdles for the second consecutive year on Saturday; on Sunday evening Seth joined his Eaton High School classmates for

Summer Sports Camp Information

Please see below regarding information about summer sports camps being hosted by Eaton High School Athletic Programs. Please Note: Waiver and Release Forms included with each camp Registration Form (linked below) must be completed and submitted when registering. Boys & Girls Tennis Date: June 1 through 5 Location: Brooke Gould Tennis Courts (behind McDonald’s) Contact: John Hitchcock –

Vote for Boys Track & Field

The Eaton High School Boys Track & Field team has been nominated for the JJHuddle/Bucknuts Ohio High School Boys Track & Field Team of the Week Award. The Eagles edged Valley View 143.5-143 to win the SWBL Southwest Division title last weekend at Bellbrook High School. To vote for the Eagles click the link below. Voting closes

Six Eaton Athletes Make College Commitment

The Eaton High School Athletic Department is proud to announce that six student-athletes have made commitments to continue their athletic careers at the intercollegiate level. In a ceremony held on Tuesday, May 12, Eaton High School celebrated the following commitments: Brandon George (Football) – Taylor University Jordyn Worley (Softball) – Defiance College Drew Pool (Swimming) – Wittenberg University Morgan Evans (Cross Country and

Athletic Physicals Scheduled for May 13

Eaton Community Schools will offer athletic physicals for students entering grades 7 through 12 in the 2015-2016 school year. Athletic physicals will take place on Wednesday, May 13 from 6:00pm-9:00pm at Eaton High School. The cost of the physical exam is $10. Checks should be made payable to the Eaton Athletic Boosters. Current 8th grade students