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Remembering Coach Gene Ford

Cambridge High School will be the site of the memorial service for Coach Gene Ford on Saturday, July 6th 2019.  Open viewing will begin in Gene Ford Gymnasium at 10 am with services to follow, starting at 11:00 am. Food will be served following the service at approximately noon in the Cambridge High School Cafeteria.

Free Football Camp on July 13th

Jalil Carter, the United Way, and Elite Athletics will be hosting a free football camp on July 13th at the Cambridge High School Soccer Field for grades 7-12. Registration will be from 8am until 9am with the camp running from 9am until 1pm.  Please bring football cleats. A large turn out is expected so make sure and get there

Cambridge Mourns the Loss of Legendary Coach Gene Ford

Alongside the Ford family and entire basketball community, Cambridge Athletics mourns the loss of one of its own with today’s passing of Gene Ford. As colorful and well-known as he was successful, Ford compiled a 440-262 record in 31 years as a high school boys’ basketball coach.  He coached one year at Shenandoah and five

Girls Tennis Open Courts Scheduled

Any girl interested in playing tennis is welcome to attend open court starting on July 1st at 8:30 pm at the city park tennis courts.  These open courts will continue on Mondays and Wednesdays until the first official practice on July 29th.  If you have any questions, contact Coach Tim Gibson at 740-680-5475.

Cambridge City Park Dance a Huge Success

The Cambridge City Park came alive this past weekend with great music, food, entertainment and a lot of smiles all for a great cause.  This year’s City Park Dance, which has become an annual event, was well attended by people of all ages.  With the leadership and tireless efforts of Kathy Bennett-Calvert, along with numerous sponsors

Pay to Participate Eliminated

At tonight’s Cambridge City School District’s Board of Education meeting, the board unanimously voted to eliminate pay to participate. This decision is a critical step in helping to ensure our students can access athletics and performing arts without a fee. Incoming Athletic Director Aaron Quinn said, “The elimination of pay to participate is another example

Cross Country Reminder

As a reminder, our first summer run is Monday, June 17th at 5pm at the pavilion across from the Cambridge City Pool. Please help spread the word.