Bellaire junior, Aliza Huffman was recognized by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan (BCAM) as a TEAM First winner. This award is given to one player per varsity team who most exemplifies putting the team before self, teamwork, commitment, service and sacrifice. Congratulations Aliza for receiving this great honor.
Mitch Lampman was recently recognized by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan (BCAM) as one of their 2019 Outstanding Senior Student-Athlete Award winners. Recipients must have played all 4 years of high school basketball and have a minimum GPA of 3.80. Congratulations to Mitch for this great honor.
The boys’ basketball team opens MHSAA tournament play by facing Boyne Falls in the 2nd game of the night on February 25 at Central Lake. The actual tournament draw is as follows: Monday, February 25: Alba vs Gaylord St. Mary @ 5:30 pm; Bellaire vs. Boyne Falls @ 7:00 pm […]
The girls’ basketball team will be facing Forest Area in the first round of the MHSAA District #107 Tournament that is being hosted by Lake Leelanau St. Mary’s. However, this game may be played at a neutral site in Mancelona to save both teams time on the road. This will […]
The Michigan High School Football Coaches Association recently announced the 2018 Academic All-State teams and Bellaire had two players selected. Senior Mitch Lampman was selected to the First Team squad with his 3.936 GPA and senior Andrew Dennis was named to the Honorable Mention team with his 3.621 GPA. Congratulations […]
The Bellaire Girls’ Basketball team won their first-ever MHSAA Regional crown this year and advanced to the Elite Eight of the MHSAA Basketball Tournament. While their dream ended at the Quarterfinal game, the memories will endure for a lifetime. Thank you Lady Eagles, it was an awesome journey and your […]
Senior Gabe Meriwether capped a stellar senior season in track and field by placing 5th at the MHSAA Division 4 State Meet with a fine leap of 6’3″ in the high jump.
On Wednesday, April 26, 2017 senior Gabe Meriwether signed his letter of intent to play basketball and continue his education at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids. Gabe set the Bellaire career point mark during his senior season and earned 1st Team All-State honors and was selected by the Traverse City […]