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Titans Making the Grade; Once Again Setting the Standard in the Classroom

On the field and in the classroom, it was a great Fall to be a Titan. Berea-Midpark’s competitive success is matched by its academic work, as the Titans had an outstanding first quarter in the classroom with their overall grade-point averages. Of the roughly 320 Fall season student-athletes registered at Berea-Midpark High School, 210 (66%)

BMHS and BMMS Fall Sports Awards Night Information

Berea-Midpark High School and Berea-Midpark Middle School will hold their annual Fall Sports Awards Banquets in the months of October and November.  The athletic department will honor its student-athletes for their academic and athletic accomplishments. Berea-Midpark Middle School Fall Awards Night When: Monday October 28th Time: 6:30 p.m. Where: BMMS Audtiorium Additional Information – Each

2019 Edition of the Southwestern Conference Cross Country Championships

High School Girls Varsity Results High School Boys Varsity Results The Berea-Midpark Cross Country teams took a trip to Elyria where they competed in the 2019 edition of the Southwestern Conference Championships at Lorain County Community College. The girls placed 5th while the boys finished 10th. Girls Race Senior Megan Thai was the top finisher

Berea-Midpark Hosts Titan 5K Race

Girls Results Boys Results The Berea-Midpark boys and girls cross country teams held its first Titan 5K cross country race Saturday morning. The girls struck gold with 15 points and the boys took second with 60 points. You could not ask for more ideal conditions for running, and the Titans had the advantage on their

Coble and Watkins Named Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week!

Congratulations to sophomore cross country runner Thomas Coble and junior soccer player Makayla Watkins for being nominated this week’s Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week! For the third straight race, Coble has paced the Titans, finishing first for the Orange and Blue each week.  On Saturday the sophomore finished ninth overall with a time

Girls Take Second Place, Boys Fourth at Tommy Evans Meet

Girls Results Boys Results The Berea-Midpark girls and boys cross country teams took on the Tommy Evans Meet Saturday afternoon. The girls team placed second out of three teams, defeating Buckeye by four, while the boys placed fourth at the Silver Creek Metropark Cross Country Trails. Girls Recap The girls team placed second with 51

Titans Compete in Mentor Cardinal Classic

Girls Results Boys Results The Berea-Midpark boys and girls cross country teams headed to Mentor to compete in the 2019 edition of the Mentor Cardinal Classic. The girls finished twelfth with 295 points and the boys took eighteenth with 530 points. The girls finished with a total run time of 1:48:53.36, led by freshman Brooke

Girls Take Seventh, Boys Ninth at Southwestern Conference Preview

Girls Results Boys Results The Berea-Midpark cross country team opened the 2019 season at the Southwestern Conference Preview hosted at Lorain County Community College. The girls team highlighted the effort for the Titans, claiming seventh place as a team. The boys team placed ninth, with a spread of just 50 seconds between the five Berea-Midpark

BMHS and BMMS Fall OHSAA Preseason Mandatory Meeting on May 13th

Berea City Schools will now be hosting the Fall OHSAA Preseason Mandatory Meeting prior to summer break on May 13th.  This change will allow the athletic department and coaches to share any information pertinent to the fall season and any activities occurring during the summer months.  If you or your son/daughter plan on participating in

Girls Cross Country and Bradt Advance to OHSAA Regional Meet

The girls cross country team and boys cross country runner Ethan Bradt qualified for the OHSAA Regional Meet with their performances Saturday at Lorain County Community College and the OHSAA’s District Meet. The top five teams in the field for the girls would qualify for the OHSAA Youngstown Regional Meet, and the girls team had