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Butler retires as groundskeeper

Butler retires as groundskeeper CLAYTON — After 25 years serving as the head groundskeeper for the Northmont Athletics Department, Randy Butler, announced his retirement effective at the end of the winter sports season. Butler helped transform Northmont’s athletic fields from mostly dirt to some of, if not the very best, in the greater Dayton area.

Andrew Knick – DDN

ANDREW KNICK NORTHMONT WRESTLING Named outstanding wrestler competing in 132-pound weight class at Highlander tournament in Howell, Michigan; state qualifier at 113 pounds last year Bet you didn’t know: I care more about having good grades than winning amatch Words you live by: Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose Toughest opponent: Ryan Moore Biggest influence: My dad Match-day rituals: Eating sushi and having a good

Lady Bolts come up short vs. Lebanon

Lady Bolts come up short vs. Lebanon By Ron Nunnari – Rnunnari@aimmediamidwest.com CLAYTON — In the third game of the season the Northmont girls basketball team lost to Lebanon by a basket, 48-46. Wednesday night the Lady Bolts came up short again against Lebanon, 52-48. Northmont had its chances late, but a couple of missed

Northmont places 8th in National League

Northmont places 8th in National League Staff Report TROTWOOD — Northmont placed eighth in the GWOC National League swim meet, held at Trotwood-Madison High School on Saturday, January 27. Centerville High School won the meet overall, with Beavercreek and Springboro placing second and third, respectively. Northmont’s boys team placed fourth overall in the National League,

Northmont Varsity Boys Bowling Results

To date, the Boys Varsity Boys Team has won 4 and lost 5 over all matches.  In GWOC West Conference matches, the team has won 3 and lost 1.  The next two matches are against Springboro and Miamisburg, which will finish conference matches for 2018.  The Varsity Team consists of Freshman players Tanner Henry, Jacob

Wrestlers down Troy 46-18

Winning 7 out of the 9 matches wrestled gave the wrestling team a big win at Troy last night. Wrestlers who won matches were Noah Wilkins, Andrew Knick, Ezra Smith, Eli Newburg, Mason Sigler, Phil Tracy, Dylan Moran, Bryan Heyward, and Seth Frantz. The Wrestlers will have 2 home meets this Thursday against Lebanon and

2018 Spring Schedules

2018 SPRING Schedules 2018 SPRING SCHEDULES (High and Middle School) SPRING is just around the corner and we would like to make sure you have schedules for your planning.  To keep all informed you may go to our schedule page on each of the website to get the most up to date schedule.  Please continue to check the

Northmont Wrestling – KAP for the Heart

On Friday February 2, 2018 Northmont Wrestling and KAP for the Heart will host a “RED” out for National Heart Disease Awareness Month.     Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the leading cause of death in the U.S., taking the lives of 600,000 annually, according to the Institute of Medicine. But what most parents don’t know is that SCA