Perhaps the word that best characterizes Bethany athletics is community. Doing things together is an integral aspect of Bethany that pervades athletics as well. The community and close relationships that develop on Bethany teams can last a lifetime. But also key to athletics at Bethany are balance, opportunity, succes, and prepration for college. Read more about Bethany's athletic philosophy.
Bethany offers 12 interscholastic high school sports and 7 middle school sports, plus a few clubs sports. Visit the team pages below for team photos, schedules, and game scores. Follow Bleeding Bruin Blue facebook for photos, game results, and athletic news.
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The following forms may be downloaded in pdf format (Adobe Acrobat Reader):
- Travel permission. A form needs to be completed, signed by parent, and turned in to the student-athlete's coach each time the student-athlete will not ride the team bus to/from an athletic contest.
- IHSAA physical and concussion form. Any student planning to participate in athletics must have a completed physical and signed concussion form on file at the school each year. Physical exams must be conducted no earlier than May 1 of the preceding school year. Bethany offers a free examination evening in early May for any students planing to attend Bethany the following year.
The practice calendar is updated primarily during winter (basketball) to coordinate indoor practice times and in spring/fall for offseason open gyms/fields.
Driving Directions to Schools
You can find directions from Bethany to all of the schools where Athletic events are held on the Driving Directions page.
Spirit Wear and Letter Jackets
Spring athletic awards and post-season results, including Youngberg and Yeakey posting personal bests in track sectional with Yeakey advancing to regionals. Saylor advances to regionals in golf.
Goshen native Ryan Gingerich has been named varsity boys basketball coach at Bethany Christian High School.