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Bishop Watterson Wins
OHSAA Sportsmanship Award

Sportsmanship committee members RJ Boehman and Katie Manahan,
Principal Marian Hutson and Athletic Director Mike Roark

BWHS Named OHSAA Sportsmanship Award Recipient for 10th Straight Year

The Ohio High School Athletic Association has announced that Bishop Watterson High School is one of just 16 schools statewide to receive the prestigious Harold A. Meyer Award for sportsmanship, ethics and integrity.

The award, named for the late OHSAA commissioner and awarded every year since 1992, is presented to schools that demonstrate sportsmanship, ethics and integrity through completion of a multi-faceted program. The program includes development campaigns to nurture the three values in a school's student body, student athletes, coaches, parents, fans and public address announcers. Bishop Watterson has received the Meyer Award every year since 2004.

Pictured left to right: Sportsmanship committee members RJ Boehman and Katie Manahan, Principal Marian Hutson and Athletic Director Mike Roark