The JV Girls Soccer team came home with a fantastic 6-1 win over Fordson yesterday. Scoring goals for the tigers were Aaliyah Wilkerson, Avery Batchelder, Arianna Mills, and Cara Wilkerson.
Last night the varsity girls' soccer team traveled to Dearborn Fordson and returned with a resounding 6-0 victory. Breanna McCluskey led the way with two goals, and Rachel Riley, Alaya Mack, Olivia Newman, and Molly Cote each chipped in with one, and goalkeeper Gabby Revels earned her 8th shutout of the season. Go Tigers!
The varsity baseball team defeated Wayne Memorial 5-0 in game one last night as Kyler Warren & Damarion Owens combined to throw a shutout. Dziewit, McCorry, & Warren all scored for the Tigers. The Tigers snatched the lead late in the game in a 4-2 victory in game two. Garrett Meggison, Brad Folks, and Jacob Piccolo each had multiple hits. Meggison went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the team in hits.
Four hits from Brooklyn Jones weren't enough as the Tigers fell to Franklin 18-9 in game one on Wednesday. Jones doubled in the first, doubled in the third, singled in the fifth, and tripled in the seventh. The Tigers ran off with the lead late in the second game in a 9-8 victory over Franklin. The game was tied at eight with the Tigers batting in the top of the seventh when Delaney Gotts grounded out, scoring one run. The team saw the ball well today, racking up 11 hits in the game. Brooklyn Jones, Kendall Volk, and Chloe Solomon each racked up multiple hits for Belleville. Solomon, Volk, and Jones each managed two hits to lead the Tigers.
JV soccer defeated Churchill 8-1 last night. Great defensive effort and shutting down their scoring. MacKenzie Bailey had a highlight day helping our win. Scoring for the Tigers were Avery Batchelder and Lily Adcock, both adding 2 goals a piece. Maddie Yoder, Derricka McCarter, Ariana Mills, and Brooke Hickman each netted a goal. Great job Lady Tigers!
Last night the first-place girl's varsity soccer team continued their undefeated streak with a 3-1 victory at Livonia Churchill. Rachel Riley, Allison Osborne, and Molly Cote scored for the Tigers, who improved their record to nine wins, zero losses, and one tie. The Churchill goal was only the second goal allowed by the team in ten games, as the defense and goalkeeper Gabrielle Revels continue to excel.
Varsity Lacrosse achieved their first victory this season with a 16-4 win against Swartz Creek with goals from Kyle Mikulski, Jack Foster, Preston Nicks, Austin Conley, Ethan Lommerse, and Carter Schofield. The Tiger’s defense led by Josh Jeng, Noah Kilmark, and Nate Clark held Swartz Creek scoreless in the second half.
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JV Girls Soccer boosted their record to 4-1-1 with another win over Franklin 5-1. Franklin took the lead early on a penalty kick and we were down 0-1. Our equalizer came from Avery Batchelder which set us on a come back. Goals from Aaliyah Wilkerson, Lily Adcock and netting her first goal of the year, Jackie Torres made the score 4-1 at half. The second half went back and forth until Maddie Yoder finished a left foot shot into the far corner of the net, giving us a 5-1 lead and a final goal. Our next game will be on the road vs Churchill on Tuesday, May 4th at 5:30 pm.
The Belleville Varsity tennis team beat Wane Memorial 9-0 on Friday. Alyssa Melidosian, Janae Troupe, and Hailey McCloskey all had standout wins at singles, while Avni Patel and Dasha Igonin won a hard-fought three-set match at #1 doubles. JV went undefeated as well. Come support the Varsity team on Thursday, April 27th as they take on Livonia Franklin at home at 4:00
Kyler Warren didn't allow a single run as the Varsity Baseball Team defeated the Fordson Tractors 25-0 on Friday. Warren allowed just two hits. The Tigers put up 20 runs in the fourth inning. Belleville's big bats were led by Warren, Brad Folks, Cameron McKiddie, Zack Dorton, Jacob Piccolo, and Warren, all knocking in runs in the inning.
JV Girls Soccer battled to a 1 - 1 tie at home vs Dearborn yesterday. A perfect corner kick from Cara Wilkerson set up our goal from Derricka McCarter. Her first goal in her season debut. A late goal before the half, from Dearborn, set the game tied. The second half had a great handful of scoring opportunities, but we couldn't break the tie. Our defense was phenomenal as always anchored by Ryane Ward, Shyanne Borders, Cam Lunsford and our center backs Alivia Johnston and Jackie Torres. Both Jackie and Alivia having a career day locking down their offensive attacks. At the mid-way point in the season, our record stands at 3-1-1 Our next game is Wednesday, April 28 5:30 at Franklin in Livonia.
Yesterday in a snowstorm, the varsity girls' soccer team traveled to John Glenn and defeated the home team by a score of 9-0. Molly Cote had four goals, Rachel Riley added three, Breanna McCluskey and Elly Mann each scored one as the first-place Tigers raised their record to 4 wins, 0 losses and 1 tie. In their first 5 games, the Tigers have outscored the opposition 27 to 1.
The boys and girls track meet and the girls tennis matches have been postponed today, 4/20. Girls Varsity Soccer is still playing as scheduled at John Glenn High School at 5:30pm. Good Luck girls!
The Lady Tigers played three games on Saturday in the Monroe Jefferson Invitational. The Tigers asserted their will over Monroe Jefferson on their way to an easy 9-2 victory. Tigers big inning was driven by a walk by Alyssa Engle, Starlynn Kinne Adkins, and a double by Chloe Solomon. Brooklynn Jones led the team to victory in the pitcher's circle. The Tigers fell 10 - 13 to the Bears in game two. Veronica Morrison, Kendall Volk, and Alyssa Engle all managed multiple hits. The Tigers came out on top against Annapolis, 17-12 in game three. The offensive firepower was led by Brooke Kinzel, Savanna Barone, Veronica Morrison, Kayla Hamilton, Brooklynn Jones, and Alyssa Engle, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the third inning. Chloe Solomon earned the win for the Tigers. Solomon allowed five hits and 12 runs while striking out 11.
Another victory for JV Girls Soccer. A battle in the first half left us with 11 shots, but no goals. Our 2nd half came alive with a more controlled and settled game. Our scoring came from two penalty kicks. MacKenzie Bailey and Liliana Adcock both netting their first goals of the season helped our team get on the board. Once again Avery Batchelder sent a 20 yard shot into the net to make it 3-0. Finally Brooke Hickman slammed home a rebound to get us up 4-0. Alivia Johnston added a beautiful shot on frame to be deflected in off Brooke Hickman, giving Alivia the assist and Brookes second goal of the game. Making her debut start as goalie, Shyanne Borders posted the shutout turning back multiple shots.
Last night the varsity girl's soccer team defeated Fordson by a score of 9-0. Molly Cote scored 3 goals. Breanna McCluskey and Rachel Riley added 2 apiece, and Emily Michelin and Olivia Newman both had 1 goal. The Tigers are in first place in the division with a record of 3 wins, 0 losses and 1 tie.
JV Baseball splits with Dearborn. Game one 12 - 8 Luke Bodenham led things off on the pitcher's mound for the Tigers. The ace lasted five innings, allowing one hit and five runs while striking out 11. Game two the Tigers struggled to get their offense going, getting easily dispatched by Dearborn, 15-0. Gunnar Rochon had a single in the second inning.
Varsity Baseball beats Dearborn in Doubleheader last night. Game one Demarion Owens earned the 7 - 3 victory on the pitcher's mound for the Tigers. Owens surrendered three runs on six hits over five innings, striking out 12 and walking one. Kyler Warren was brilliant on the mound, as Warren threw a no-hitter to lead the Tigers past Dearborn 17-0 in game two. The righthander surrendered zero runs on zero hits over three innings, striking out eight and walking one.
Varsity Softball takes the Doubleheader over Dearborn in a Blow-Out Victory last night, 10 - 1 & 12 - 1 . Brooklynn Jones was brilliant in the pitcher's circle, as Jones threw a no-hitter to lead the Tigers past Dearborn 10-0. Chloe Solomon pitched game one to victory. Solomon allowed one hit and one run over five innings, striking out nine. Great job Lady Tigers!!!
BHS Seniors: We are excited to be able to share the Class of 2021 prom plans with you! Please click on the attached link to read our prom letter. Then make sure you fill out the form that is linked in the letter! We can't wait to see you there! https://tinyurl.com/prompartybhs21
Tremendous effort today by both the mens and womens track and field teams at the Patriot Relays. Lots of medals were won and both teams finished in 3rd place overall. Congratulations on your accomplishments in your first meet in 2 years!
JV Girls Soccer: BHS 5 - Churchill 0 Our second victory of the season and another shutout to add. We went up with our first goal coming off the foot of Arianna Mills. After firing a long range shot and just too high, Cara Wilkerson connected on a penalty kick to make it 2-0. After halftime we continued our scoring with one more goal from Cara Wilkerson. Maddie Yoders first game on the field was highlighted with 2 goals to seal the 5-0 win. Kenzie Bailey posted another shutout with multiple impressive saves. With a steady rain for most the game, we did very well and really adjusted better for the second half. We play at Stevenson next Tuesday, April 13 at 5:30
Congratulations to the following wrestlers for placing at Regionals and qualifying for the State Championships: #112 Justice Shafer - 3rd #152 Connor Williams - 1st #160 Demond Harrison - 3rd #189 Blake Williams - 2nd
Congratulations to the following Regional Qualifiers in wrestling: Round 4 (finals) 152 Connor Williams - 1st 152 Logan Fox - 4th 160 Demond Harrison - 2nd 171 Bernard Harrison - 4th 189 Blake Williams - 2nd (injury default) 189 Jacobie Craiger - 4th 112 Justice Shafer - 2nd 125 Landon Pepper - 4th 130 Nate Antolin - 4th
The Belleville Boys Basketball District games can be livestreamed at: http://www.arborbroadcasting.com/
Congratulations to the Boys Varsity boys basketball team as the defeated Brighton to win the KLAA Championship this evening!
Congrats to the Boys Varsity Bowling team for placing 2nd at Regionals and qualifying for the State Finals. Also, to Individual State Qualifiers Landon Kelly and Bradley Folks!
Congratulations to State Qualifying bowlers Katherine Dybicki, Sydney Allison, and Asia Wells as well as the entire team for qualifying for States by finishing in 2nd place at Regionals today
New Schedule for Baseball Tryouts to be held on the BHS Baseball Field due to the good looking weather forecast: JV March 22, 23, 24- 3:00pm-4:30pm Varsity March 22, 23, 24- 4:00pm-5:30pm (remote students can use this slot for tryouts if they cannot make the first time slot)
Change of plans for BHS Softball Tryouts since the weather is looking great for next week! March 22 and 23 tryouts will now be 4-6pm on the BHS Softball fields. The rest of the week practices will be determined by which level team you are on (JV or V). Thank you!
Spring sports are almost here! March 22 will be tryout/practice days. Please be sure to have your physicals and/or health questionnaires on file with the Athletic Office in order to participate.
Congratulations to Jack Haase for earning ALL-KLAA Swim honors in both the 100 and 200 yard Freestyle at the Conference Meet. Also, congratulations to Jacob Hawley for qualifying for the the MHSAA Dive Regionals.
Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Basketball team for winning the KLAA East Division Championship. Good luck to them as they try to win the entire Conference Championship Friday night at Brighton, 7pm.
The BHS Leadership Team is continuing our BHS Graduate Series, a celebration of our former students and their successes. This week, please join us in recognizing 2016 graduate, Josh Nichols. His profile and video can be found on the News section of our website, or here: https://www.vanburenschools.net/article/412410?org=belleville-high
There will be an informational meeting for anyone interesting in boys golf this Spring on 3/4 at 10:30am in the Athletic Hallway of Belleville High School. Anyone who cannot attend this meeting, please reach out to Coach Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BHS Track practice will begin on March 22 and will run M-F from 3:30-5pm on the BHS Track.
BHS Girls Tennis Tryouts will begin on March 22 at the BHS Tennis Courts (Weather Permitting). If the location changes, it will be posted. Practice time: 3:30-5pm
BHS Girls Soccer Tryouts will begin on March 22 on the BHS Turf. The schedule for the week is as follows: Varsity- 4-5:30pm JV- 4:30-6pm
BHS Lacrosse Practice will begin on March 22. Practice time is 6-8:30pm on the BHS Turf and will run M-F that week. Saturday, March 27 practice will be on the BHS Turf from 10am-Noon.
BHS Softball tryouts will begin on March 22. The schedule is as follows (please note the location, but if the weather and field conditions permit, tryouts will be held outside on the fields): Varsity- March 22, 24, 26- 4:00-6pm, Aux Gym March 23, 25- 6:00-8pm, Main gym
BHS Boys Baseball tryouts will begin on March 22. The schedule is as follows (please note the location, but if the weather and field conditions permit, tryouts will be held outside on the fields): Varsity- March 22, 24- 26, 6:30-8pm, Main Gym March 23, 25- 5:30-7pm, Aux gym JV- March 22, 24, 26- 5:30-7pm, Main Gym March 23, 25- 3:45-5:15, Aux Gym
Spring Sports have officially been given a start date of March 22. As we gather practice times for each sport, we will post them to the practice calendar found on the athletic website. Thank you and we look forward to a great season for our student-athletes!
It's Acts of Kindness Week at BHS. Wednesday, Feb. 24 is an Open Mic Night! If you are a BHS student & you are interested in sharing a poem, song, or a rap-style poem using the theme of kindness, please complete this form by February 23rd at 3:00 pm. https://tinyurl.com/36q6x3gl
In honor of Black History Month, the BHS Leadership Team is launching our BHS Graduate Series, a celebration of our former students and their successes. This week, please join us in recognizing former student, Justine Ross. Her profile can be found on the news section of our site or here: https://www.vanburenschools.net/article/403414?org=belleville-high
The McBride National Junior Honor Society is holding a fundraiser for TONS of Belleville Tiger merchandise. Click this link to check it out: https://belleville-school-store-2021.itemorder.com/sale The sale is going on for just 4 more days and wraps up on 2/21!
Black History Month Spirit Week - Thursday , February 18 - Black Excellence Day - Celebrate historic & present day African American figures that have displayed Black Excellence. Wear clothing that acknowledges these individuals or just dress to impress by wearing attire that represents Black Professionalism. https://5il.co/pkoj
Afrocentric Day Black History Month Spirit Week - Wednesday, February 17 - The Black Family is the cornerstone and the link to both modern and traditional African American culture. On this day, represent modern and traditional black culture in a positive and uplifting way. Wear scarves, kente cloth designed clothing, dashikis …. etc… Note: Dress Code Still Applies (NO DuRags) Find out more here: https://5il.co/pkoj
BHS Black History Month Spirit Week - Tuesday, February 16 - Black is Beautiful day. Wear your “natural hairdos” and original hair styles to celebrate your identity and your beautifully diverse hair. Celebrate the rest of the week, too--more here: https://5il.co/pkoj
If you are interested in trying out for baseball this year, be sure to join Coach Kennedy's Remind. You can join by texting the message: @bhsbbint to the number 81010. That is where coach will send out information about optional workouts, Google Meets and tryouts. If you have any questions or need help joining, please email Coach Kennedy email@example.com
Please join us next week for Black History Month Spirit Week! The theme is The Black Family – Representation, Identity, & Diversity. Each day represents a different aspect of Black culture. To join in this celebration of history and culture, find out more here: https://5il.co/pkoj
Support the McBride National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) through a Panera dine-to-donate fundraiser for TONIGHT, Tuesday, Feb. 9 from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Bring or show the attached flyer OR enter PRFUND at checkout to make sure that the NJHS benefits from your purchase! Thank you! Go Tigers! https://5il.co/pguu
Free Senior Picture Day at BHS is Wednesday, February 10th in the auditorium lobby for students who haven't been pictured for the yearbook from 10:30 to 12. See you there!
FREE SENIOR PICTURE DAY AT THE HIGH SCHOOL Attention Seniors: If you have not been photographed for the yearbook, this is your last chance to get a quick free headshot on Wednesday, February 10th during your lunch period. We suggest you wear a long sleeve solid top. No prints, patterns or wording. Be sure to remain 6 ft apart when in line or kindly remain seated until the line shortens. If you have any questions, please contact the yearbook department. “Remote” students, please park in the gymnasium parking lot and enter through the guidance office doors and go straight to the Auditorium Lobby; after your picture is taken, you will need to exit through the same doors. “In-Person” students will exit to the main hall. SENIOR TRIBUTE PAGE DEADLINE The deadline to submit senior tribute pages is Friday, February 19th. I cannot extend the deadline beyond this date; if you plan on purchasing a page for your student, please don’t wait. To purchase a Senior Tribute Page, please visit www.yearbookforever.com. To see an example of a Senior Tribute see the Yearbook Page on the school's website. Please email Mr. Musser with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Detroit Free Press Dream Team: Jamari Buddin, LB Damon Payne, DL Detroit Free Press All-State First Team: Deion Burks, WR Christian Dhue-Reid, QB
The new daily schedule for remote learners as well as upcoming aynchronous days for remote learners can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/yy39tl23
Congratulations to the following for being named to the 2020 Detroit Free Press All-West Team: Head Coach- Jermain Crowell QB- Christian Dhue-Reid WR- Deion Burks DL- Damon Payne LB- Jamari Buddin
Belleville High School wrestling practice will begin on Jan 19 from 2:30-4pm Belleville High School swim practice will begin on January 19 from 3-5pm Belleville High School Freshmen, JV, and Varsity Boys basketball practice will begin on January 16 from 9am-12pm.
The Belleville Varsity Football team will be playing against West Bloomfield in the State Semifinals with a trip to Ford Field and chance at a State Championship on the line. Game time is 1:09pm and will be aired on Fox Sports Detroit. This is NOT a general admission event and tickets will NOT be sold at the gate. Thank you and GO TIGERS!
The Belleville Varsity Football team will be playing against Cass Tech on Saturday, January 9 at 1pm for the Regional Championship. There are NO FANS allowed at the game, but it will be live streaming on the FOX SPORTS GO app if you download it on your mobile device. You can also subscribe to the NFHS Network to watch this game as well as other Belleville High School events at: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/belleville-high-school-belleville-mi
Good afternoon from BHS - please note that Monday, December 21st is an asynchronous learning day. Students should log into all of their Google classrooms on Monday. There will be no virtual meetings. We hope you have a safe and restful break! Please check out this link for more information: https://www.smore.com/27bmr
Hey Tigers! Tonight (Thursday) is our Song/Poetry/Rap/Instrument Night at 7:00 p.m. Come be a part of an evening of great performances of your peers and staff. There also may be a special appearance from one of our security guards. To join in the festivities, please join the Google Meet at 7:00 p.m. : https://meet.google.com/jxu-vgrw-nwg
Hey Tigers! It's Spirit Week and today (Thursday) is Ugly Sweater Day! Put on your ugliest and best and post the pic here: bit.ly/38j9UpQ
BHS Spirit Week - Wednesday is Holiday Headwear & Accessories Day! So, glam it up and post pics here: https://tinyurl.com/y5mcsuf8
More Spirit Week fun today! GimKit Trivia Game Night is tonight at 7:00 p.m. Check our email for the Google Meet link and join at 6:45 pm! There will be prizes!
Tuesday is "holiday socks and pajama day" during our virtual spirit week! Get in the spirit and take a pic. Find out where to post it here: https://www.smore.com/jwz8v
Good morning BHS Families! Please click this link to view Important Information for the week of 12/14/20: https://www.smore.com/dx8u1
La, la, la! Tigers, start practicing for your holiday song TikTok this weekend so it's ready to go for Spirit Week on Monday! See more info here: https://www.smore.com/jwz8v
Hey Tigers, Virtual Spirit Week is December 14 - 18! All the info about how to participate is here: https://www.smore.com/jwz8v
Owen Intermediate School is collecting returnable cans and bottles to raise funds to support the Owen Food Pantry. If you have returnable cans or bottles, donations are being accepted at a marked drop off point near the large garage door at Owen Intermediate School. Cans and bottles are being collected until Friday this week. All proceeds will support local families.
Congratulations to the following for being named to the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association Division 1 All-Region Team: Special Teams- Darrell Johnson OL- Ramier Lewis WR- Deion Burks QB- Christian Dhue-Reid DL- Damon Payne LB- Jamari Buddin DB- Myles Rowser
The ECA & ECA Academy enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year is now open! Online applications can be submitted via their website, www.earlycollegealliance.info. Online applications should be submitted by February 12 for the initial enrollment lottery. The ECA & ECA Academy will still accept applications after February 12, and students will be accepted into the program based on open enrollment slots per district. Additionally, they have several Fall 2021 Virtual Information Sessions scheduled - registration for these Zoom meetings can be found on ECA's website.
BHS in-person learning is continuing on Monday and Tuesday. The three week pause to high school in-person learning begins on Wednesday. It is important to attend school so we will be prepared for three weeks of remote learning.
With Governor Whitmer’s announcement this evening, all school sports activities (practices and contests) are suspended effective immediately through at least Dec. 8 or until these new orders are amended.
Congratulations to Christian Dhue-Reid for breaking the Michigan High School Career Passing Touchdowns Record in last nights 34-0 District Semifinal win over Northville. The Tigers now move on to play Canton in the District Championship. Keep adding to that record and lets go get another District Championship! Good Luck!
For all of those interested in live streaming BHS Sporting events, we are now part of the NFHS Network. Games that take place at the High School Stadium and Main Gymnasium will now be live streamed through this network. The link to subscribe to begin watching events is: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/belleville-high-school-belleville-mi The first game scheduled is Varsity Playoff Football vs Northville this Friday, Nov. 6 at 7pm. Thank you!
Congratulations to the Varsity football team for earning a 3rd straight KLAA East Division Championship. Good luck against Plymouth in the opening round of District playoffs!
Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team for their KLAA East Division Championship!
Congratulations to Brady Beckley for qualifying for the MHSAA Regional Cross Country meet. He will run at Erie Metropark on October 31. Good Luck!
BHS has many clubs and activities to join. Please see our slideshow for more details on some of these exciting opportunities: https://tinyurl.com/meetBHSclubs
Miss our Senior parent meeting? The slide presentation from the event can be found here: https://bit.ly/2GSsQ4I
JERMAIN CROWELL OF BELLEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL NAMED THE DETROIT LIONS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COACH OF THE WEEK FOR WEEK #1 Detroit, MI—The Detroit Lions have named Jermain Crowell of Belleville High School the week one recipient of the 2020 High School Football Coach of the Week Program. Crowell’s Belleville Tigers kicked off their 2020 season with a 29-26 victory over Livonia Stevenson. Currently, Belleville is ranked #1 in Division 1 and #1 in the entire state of Michigan. Crowell is in his 22nd season coaching high school football. He was an assistant coach for 16 years, including 9 years at Detroit Cass Tech and is currently in his 6th season as head coach at Belleville, having led the Tigers to the Division 1 state semifinals the last two seasons. His career record is 50-8 (86.2%). On Friday, September 25, the Tigers host the Dearborn Fordson Tractors (0-1) in a Kensington Lakes Activities Association East Division battle.
Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team for winning their season opener over Livonia Stevenson this evening! Nice job ladies!
2020-2021 KLAA Spectator Policy under Executive Order 1. Each Participant (Athlete) will be allowed two spectators for each indoor and outdoor event as venue allows. 2. Spectators must be 18 years or older or accompanied by an adult as one of the two spectators per participant (Athlete). 3. Spectator must show ID and identify participant (Athlete) they represent to entry venue. 4. Face masks must be worn and social distancing must be followed. 5. In the occurrence that more than one event is taking place admission is for only the contest participant (Athlete) is playing. 6. No re-entry once you exit the venue. 7. Student sections will not be allowed. 8. Concession will not be available at all indoor and outdoor events. 9. Due to MHSAA order Pom, Dance, Marching band and other related groups will not be allowed to participate at football games. Sideline Cheer is allowed as a participant. 10. Due to size of venue and teams competing spectator size for swimming & diving will be determined by host school. 11. All MHSAA and State executive orders and protocols will be followed including face coverings and social distancing with people not from same household.
Congratulations to Damon Payne for committing to Alabama football and Jamari Buddin to Penn State football!