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Solon Comet Invitational

Last Friday, the Bombers competed at the Solon Comet invitational. Both the ladies and men performed well at the meet with the ladies placing third overall and the men second. A couple noticeable performances include Lucas Simmons’ impressive win in long jump with a distance of 21’7”. Just behind Lucas was Will Lauer, earning second with a length of 20’10.75”. Another Bomber victory was Dennis Princic in the 3200 with a time of 9:48.55. Victories for the Lady Bombers included Paige Masson in the 400 with a time of 1:00.22. Rounding out the first place finishes for the ladies was Cameryn Walters in both shot put and discus. She won shot put with a distance of 36’5.5” and discuss with a 118’11” throw.

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Sign Up for C.E.C.!

Dear Future C.E.C. Student, I’ll never forget the first time I walked into the C.E.C. class, seeing several new faces, and wondering if I was in the right place; I can now say with confidence there wasn’t another place in the school I would rather be. I hope this letter helps you understand what to… Continue Reading

2020-2021 Girls Cross Country Archives

Roster Date Opponent(s) Result Photo 8/29 Woodridge & Walsh View 9/12 Mentor, Chardon, Woodridge, Green, Mayfield, Brunswick, Bay, Solon, Hawken View View 9/14 Solon JV View 9/17 Senior Night Bios | Photos 10/17 Chardon, Mayfield, Riverside, Madison, North View View 10/24 1st out of 21 View 10/26 Mentor, Perry, Riverside, Madison View 10/31 2nd out of… Continue Reading

Order Stickers!

The Junior class is conducting a fundraiser for 2022 Prom! The fundraiser link is located in the middle section of the Student Portal. The fundraiser consists of several creative stickers designed by junior Lily Peters. These stickers are designed to suit several different interests and styles. While the proceeds do only go to the Class… Continue Reading

Ingenuity Mars Landing

The First Helicopter on Mars Phones Home after Perseverance Rover Landing Ingenuity, a small 4-pound helicopter, successfully landed on Mars with NASA’s Perseverance on Thursday, February 18th. Ingenuity is already communicating information back down to NASA, with its first downlink arriving at 6:30pm EST on Friday, just one day after the landing. Tim Canham, Ingenuity… Continue Reading