rss_feed Latest News

Spikers Schedule “Dig Pink Rally” for October 9

The Olivet varsity volleyball team is hosting a Dig Pink Rally during its match with Battle Creek Pennfield on Wednesday, October 9 in the Olivet High School gymnasium. The freshman and junior varsity teams from both schools will play at 5:30 p.m., followed by the varsity match at approximately 6:45 p.m. Dig Pink events, part

OHS Weight Room Receives Gift from Boosters

Olivet High School has a new addition to its weight room – the Pendulum Power Squat Pro machine. The equipment, manufactured by Rogers Athletic, is designed to capture the same muscle stimulation of a free weight squat while minimizing the dangers and risks associated with the movement. Many athletes have great difficulties due to biomechanical

This Week in Olivet Athletics (Sept. 30-Oct. 5)

Here are the Olivet Community Schools’ athletic events during the week of September 30-October 5… Monday, September 30 VARSITY BOYS’ SOCCER — Olivet at Battle Creek Pennfield, 6:00 p.m. (KVA Playoffs) 9th GRADE VOLLEYBALL — Olivet at Kalamazoo Christian, 5:00 p.m. J.V. VOLLEYBALL — Olivet at Kalamazoo Christian, 6:00 p.m. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL — Olivet at

Thoughts from the Seidlines…

Thoughts from the Seidlines… Hats off to Parchment athletic director Jason Misner, a good sport who not only gave Olivet principal Rob Bobeda and our Eagle mascot access to the Parchment campus last Wednesday but also participated in a unique photo shoot. Photos surfaced Wednesday night of the Eagle mascot lying next to the Parchment

Homecoming Victory Keeps Olivet atop KVA Standings

It wasn’t a perfect Homecoming game for the Olivet Eagles Friday night, but it sure seemed like it at times. Beginning with eventual Homecoming King Ryzer Zaremba recovering a fumble on the opening kickoff and culminating with Tyler Masters’ incredible 90-yard fumble return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, the Eagles rolled over a

Wednesday Recap: Soccer Blanks Maple Valley, Spikers Swept by Parchment

Olivet’s boys’ soccer team got “off the schneid” in more ways than one recently. Just hours after the Eagles defeated host Maple Valley, 3-0, Wednesday night, they learned that an early-season loss to Delton-Kellogg would be forfeited to them since the Panthers inadvertently used an ineligible player. The two victories left the locals at 2-5

Boys’ Soccer Squad to Host District Game Against Parchment

The Olivet varsity boys’ soccer team will host Parchment on Monday, October 14 at 6 p.m. in the opening round of a Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 3 district tournament. The winner of the contest will play Battle Creek Pennfield, which received a first-round bye, on Wednesday, October 16 at Maple Valley. The other

Equestrian Team Moving on to Regional

The Olivet High School equestrian team will compete in a Class C regional in Berrien Springs this weekend, the result of a second-place finish at the Michigan Interscholastic Horsemanship Association district event which concluded September 21 in Coldwater. The local riders recorded a three-meet total of 233 points, trailing only Bellevue (281) in the final

Friday Preview: Parchment RB to Test Olivet’s Perfection

The Olivet varsity football team is currently 4-0, ranked sixth in Division 5 according to the Associated Press, and outscoring opponents by an average of 33-11. All of those numbers will be severely tested Friday night when the Eagles take on the Parchment Panthers and their stand-out running back, Clay Wilkey, in a Homecoming matchup

What You Need to Know About Homecoming…

Here are some important reminders about Friday’s Homecoming… 1. The Homecoming parade will start at 5:30 p.m. Those involved in the parade should start lining up at 5 p.m. at the bus garage. The parade will end at Olivet Middle School. 2. Stadium gates will open at 5 p.m. Spectators will not be allowed into