Beavercreek High School

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Beavercreek Schools Athletics
Beavercreek Schools are very competitive in athletics, and can claim numerous district, regional and state titles. A wide variety of individual and team sports are available to students at Beavercreek’s middle and high schools. Programs available to students at Beavercreek High School include:
Baseball (boys)
Basketball (boys and girls)
Bowling (boys and girls)
Competition Cheer (girls)
Cross Country (boys and girls)
Football (boys)
Golf (boys and girls)
Gymnastics (boys and girls)
Hockey (boys)
Lacrosse (boys and girls)  
Swimming/diving (boys and girls)
Soccer (boys and girls)
Softball (girls)
Tennis (boys and girls)
Track and field (boys and girls)
Volleyball (boys and girls)
Wrestling (boys)
Athletic programs available to students at Beavercreek's Ankeney and Jacob Coy Middle Schools include:
Baseball (boys)
Basketball (boys and girls)
Cross Country (boys and girls)
Football (boys)
Softball (girls)
Track and field (boys and girls)
Volleyball (girls)
Wrestling (boys)
For more information on high school and middle school athletics, visit
Conference competition
Beavercreek is a member of the Greater Western Ohio Conference, a very competitive athletic conference with three divisions. Beavercreek teams compete in the Central Division against Centerville, Fairmont (Kettering), Springfield North, Springfield South and Wayne (Huber Heights).  They also have the opportunity to play against teams in the northern and southern divisions of the Conference.  Northern teams include Butler (Vandalia), Northmont (Englewood), Piqua, Sidney, Trotwood-Madison and Troy. Southern division teams include Fairborn, Lebanon, Miamisburg, Springboro and Xenia.
Athletic Physicals
A new athletic physical is required of each athlete every year.  The physical form can be found  Paperwork must be submitted to coaches, and parents are encouraged to make copies of these physicals in case the athlete chooses to compete in another sport later in the school year.  
Note: Premier Health physicians will no longer provide athletic physicals at school partner locations.  Parents should contact their student's primary care physician or pediatrician to make such arrangements.  
Alternate transportation forms are available by clicking here 
Athletic Office Staff
Athletic Director:  Brad Pompos, 458-2454,
Assistant Athletic Director:  Bob Beekman, 458-2584,
Athletic Office Secretary:  Deanna Fecher, 458-2465,