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Olivet Harriers Competitive at Barney Roy Invite

The Olivet girls’ and boys’ cross country teams opened their seasons Thursday afternoon, placing third and fourth respectively in the Barney Roy Invitational at the Calhoun County Fairgrounds in Marshall. Senior Caitlyn Hines led the Lady Eagles with a sixth-place individual finish, stopping the clock in 22:34. The winning time was 19:49 by Audrianna Bornamann

Eagles Trounce Maple Valley in Season Opener

In what may have been the final football game between the two schools for a long time, Olivet rolled over long-time rival Maple Valley, 37-6, in both teams’ season opener Thursday night at Maple Valley High School. The contest was decided in the second quarter when Olivet scored three touchdowns on three consecutive offensive plays

Purchase Olivet Spirit Wear from On-Line Store

Olivet Eagles spirit wear can now be purchased on-line, and here’s how it works… 1. Click on this link: https://olivetathletics.itemorder.com/sale?read_message=true 2. Check out the items that are currently offered. They include dri-fit and 50/50 t-shirts (both long and short sleeve) and hooded sweatshirts. There are options for men, women and youth, and you also can select

Elmore’s Article is a “Must Read” for Parents of Athletes

Below is a link to an article that parents of a middle school, high school, or college athletes may want to read. The article was written by Dr. Tim Elmore, who is a leading authority on how to understand the next generation and prepare tomorrow’s leaders today. He is a best-selling author, international speaker, and

Athletes Reaping Benefits From Oaklawn Hospital Programs

A relationship between Olivet High School and Oaklawn Hospital in Marshall is producing some huge benefits for OHS student-athletes. Over the next few months, as part of a sophisticated concussion management program, members of OHS sports teams will receive free baseline testing from professionals at Oaklawn’s Physical Rehabilitation Services. The program combines two world leaders

Thoughts from the Seidlines…

Thoughts from the Seidlines… I cannot tell you how exciting it is to be associated with a legitimate football program that plays the right way. Watching the Eagles at Thursday’s scrimmage was a breath of fresh air for someone who attended Lincoln High School and Eastern Michigan University, worked at Willow Run, lives in Dexter,

This Week in Olivet Athletics (August 26-31)

Here are the Olivet High School athletic events during the week of August 26-31… Tuesday, August 27 VARSITY BOYS’ SOCCER — Olivet at Lake Odessa Lakewood, 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 28 FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL — Olivet at Marshall, 4:30 p.m. J.V. VOLLEYBALL — Olivet at Union City Quad, 6 p.m. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL — Olivet at Marshall

Boys’ Soccer Squad Opens with “Spotts-On” Performance

To say that Kane “Mikey” Spotts kicked off his senior soccer season with a strong effort Friday night would be a definite understatement. The Olivet fullback/midfielder scored three goals, including the game-winner with just over 10 minutes remaining the second half, to lead the Eagles past Jonesville, 3-2, in both teams’ season opener at Olivet

Planning Under Way for “Will to Live” 5K Event on October 5

Will to Live, the organization created in honor of Will Kramer who died earlier this summer after a five-year battle with cancer, is planning a 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, October 5 at the Baker Sanctuary in Bellevue. In preparation, there will be a volunteer meeting on Wednesday, August 28 at 3:15 p.m. in Sallie

With New T-Shirt, Students Enter OHS Events for $2

In an effort to increase student support at athletic events and to be more inclusive across the entire student body, the Olivet High School Student Council has designed t-shirts that are not only attractive but also will enable OHS students to attend athletic events at a reduced rate. Here’s the deal… Any OHS student who