Eaton Girls Varsity Swimming

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Winter Sports Parent Meeting Scheduled for November 9

A Winter Sports Pre-Season Parent Meeting will be held on Thursday, November 9 at 7:00pm in the Eaton Performing Arts Center for all winter sports season athletes and parents in the following Sports: High School & Middle School Boys Basketball High School & Middle School Girls Basketball High School & Middle School Cheerleading High School & Middle School

Winter Sports Tryout & Practice Information

The Winter Sports Season will be starting soon! Below is pertinent information relative to the start of the Winter Sports Season. Girls Basketball: High School – First day of tryouts / practice is Friday, October 27 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm in the High School Gym. Contact Head Coach Dave Honhart at with any questions.

Athletic Passes & Stadium Seats Sales Begin August 2nd

2017-18 ATHLETIC PASS INFORMATION In order to provide loyal fans of the Eaton Eagles an opportunity to attend athletic events at a reduced price, the Eaton Athletic Department will be selling discount sport passes for the 2017-2018 school year. Passes are valid for all home Eaton High School and Eaton Middle School athletic contests, including invitational

Athletic Physical Nights Scheduled for May 4 and May 17 at PCMC

Dayton Sports Medicine Institute, Kettering Health Network, Orthopedic Associates of Southwest Ohio, Preble County Medical Center and Preble County Chiropractic are collaborating to offer athletic physicals for students entering grades 7 through 12 in the 2017-2018 school year from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. on Thursday, May 4th or Wednesday, May 17th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm at the

Winter Sports Awards Night Scheduled for March 7

Please join us on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 as the Eaton High School Athletic Department will honor the 2016-17 winter season athletic teams at our annual Winter Sports Awards Night. The event will begin at 7:30pm in the Eaton Performing Arts Center where we will recap and recognize a few of the many achievements by

Eaton Swimmers Compete At Districts

Five Members of the Eaton High School Swimming Program competed in the OHSAA Southwest District Championships this past Friday, February 17 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Lauren Ferguson qualified from the OHSAA Sectional Meet in the 100 Yard Breaststroke event and finished in 12th place overall with a time of 1:10.43. In the 100 Yard Butterfly event,

Swimming Competes at SWBL Championships

The Eaton High School Boys and Girls Swimming teams concluded their regular season schedule last Friday, February 3, as they competed in the Southwestern Buckeye League Championships held at Trotwood Madison High School. The Boys team finished in 3rd place overall while the Girls finished in 6th place overall. Trey Gregory finished in 2nd place

Girls Swimming Earns Winter GPA Honors

The Eaton High School Girls Swimming team excelled not only in the swimming pool, but in the classroom as well this past winter as they achieved the highest average GPA out of all of Eaton High School’s Winter Sports Programs during the 2015-16 winter sports season. With an average GPA of 3.742 for the third nine-week grading period, the Girls Swimming program showed that

Resources for Athletes Interested in Participating at the College Level

Did you know that nearly 8 million students participate in high school athletics nationwide? Additionally, approximately 460,000 student-athletes participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA institution and another 60,000 student-athletes participate at an NAIA institution each year. If you or a member of your family is interested in participating in athletics at the intercollegiate level after high school

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