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Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day to all Bobcats. Today, let’s celebrate those who shed their blood for our freedom. They are the ones who deserve the glory! Stay safe Bobcat Nation and enjoy your day.    

Blue and White Day Scheduled for Bobcat Spring Sports

The Cambridge Athletic Department will be hosting a Blue and White Day on Saturday, June 27th to honor our Spring Student-Athletes.  During the day, each team will gather with the coaching staff at their respective field or court in compliance with guidelines from the Ohio Department of Health.  Boys Tennis will begin at 10:00am followed by Softball at 1:00pm.  Track and

Sports Physicals

Physical evaluations available for local athletes WHO:  Dr. Huff COST:  $25 APPOINTMENT: 740-435-4022  

Cambridge Accepts Invitation to the Buckeye 8 Athletic League

The Cambridge City School District Board of Education accepted the invitation for the Bobcats to move to the Buckeye 8 Athletic League. Cambridge was offered the invitation after current Buckeye 8 schools voted unanimously to bring the Bobcats into the league. Cambridge Athletic Director, Aaron Quinn, is excited about the opportunity for our student athletes. 

Cambridge Hires New Varsity Volleyball Coach

The Cambridge City School District hired a new head coach to lead the Bobcat volleyball program.  Crissy Booth was approved as the new Cambridge varsity volleyball head coach. She replaces Debbie McClarren, who resigned after 4 years of leading the CHS volleyball program. Aaron Quinn, CHS Athletic Director, shared his thoughts on the new coach, “We

Football Meetings with Players and Parents Scheduled

With the hiring of the new Bobcat head football coach, there are meetings with players and parents scheduled.  Staying within recommended guidelines for large gatherings, below is the schedule of dates/times: Thursday 6/11/2020   6:00pm – All middle school parents and players; meeting will be held in the CHS cafeteria. Thursday 6/11/2020   7:00pm – High school players only; meeting will be

Ray Leek Approved to Take Over as New Bobcat Head Football Coach

Earlier this evening, the Cambridge City Schools Board of Education approved Ray Leek as their new head football coach. Coach Leek comes from Mapleton High School in Ashland County after serving as head coach for one season. Prior to his time at Mapleton, he had stops at both Marlington and East Canton High Schools. Along

Honoring Service and Sacrifice on Memorial Day

The Cambridge Athletic Department is proud to be a part of a community rich in military history and faithful service. Today, we pause to remember and honor all who have sacrificed and paid the ultimate sacrifice for our country’s freedom.

Bobcats Equally Tough in the Classroom

Cambridge High School ended the 2019-2020 school year with 9 seniors who proved that they were equally tough in the classroom as they were on the field of competition. All 9 CHS seniors who finished as the top of their class were also Bobcat athletes. Kiersten Bichard, Jared Birkhimer, Karlee Gebhart, JayLynn McClarren, Cody Moore,

Happy Mother’s Day

To all the Moms that used their car as a taxi, washed a dirty uniform, packed a little extra food for an after school snack, bandaged a scraped knee, wiped away tears, cheered from the sidelines and made us feel loved and cared for; Cambridge Athletics would like to thank each of you and wish