School Sports

Athletic Boosters Landscaping Project

Be a part of Hornet history AND help beautify the school grounds!

The Monroe Athletic Booster Club is offering a variety of tree selections to be planted on both sides of Hornet Drive - the road leading up to the school. Proceeds will be used to support the student-athletes.

This is a wonderful way to honor family members, graduating classes, faculty, coaches, teams, bands, clubs, past booster members, businesses & friends of the school. A total of 54 trees will be sold. Species include the following:

  • 23 Norway Spruces
  • 9 Sugar Maples
  • 7 Cleveland Select Pears
  • 5 Prairie Fire Crabs
  • 3 Red Maples
  • 7 Red Jewell Crabs

The price for each tree is $325. Trees will be planted according to a landscape layout designed by Berns Garden Center. Engraved plaques and concrete bases are available for an additional $25. Read more »

Mattress Sale to Benefit Baseball Team

The Monroe Baseball Team will be conducting their 2nd annual mattress fundraiser on March 7th in the Monroe Junior High School Gym; starting at 10am and ending at 5pm. All sizes are available; twin through king and are brand new with a factory warranty. The mattresses are name brands(Simmons and Southerland) and sell at 30%-60% off retail. This is a one day sale and all profits go directly to support the team.

2009 Hall of Fame Inductees

The class of 2008 Hall of Fame induction ceremony took place on Saturday, February 14, 2009, between the boys JV and Varsity Basketball games with Bellbrook. Congratulations to these outstanding Hornet athletes!

Click to download a 2 page pdf file of this article. Read more »

Football back at Monroe!

Two things are clear now that the 2008 H.S. Football season is under way, Colerain's winning ways have continued and after suffering a 14-7 loss Friday night, Monroe's have not.

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Osterman Signs with Centre College

Left to Right: Missy Osterman (mother), Tyler Osterman, Mark Osterman (father).

Tyler  Osterman, Hornet Quarterback, signed to play football for Centre College in Kentucky starting in the fall.
Tyler Osterman was also selected for 1st Team All-Academic Ohio for Basketball. Only 10 young men are selected from each of Ohio’s four divisions, based on academic achievements as well as baksetball skills.

New Hornet Bowling Teams

Four years ago a number of Coach John Caudy’s eighth grade students asked him to help them form a bowling team, but there was no sanctioned play at the time. Nationally, bowling has become the fastest growing participation sport during the last few years.
After bowling became a sanctioned sport in Ohio last year, Coach John Caudy received permission to start a team. Initially he was hoping to gather enough students for a Coed Varisty team. He put out a signup sheet for interested students and hoped for the best. Read more »

Silver spoon offers little protection against Hornet Stings

The Braves of Indian Hill played host to the Monroe Hornets Friday night at Kings High School for the Division III regional playoffs. The Hornets won the coin toss and as usual deferred selection until the second half. The opening kickoff was fielded by #12 Danny Gill of the Braves and moved out to the 27 yard line. Eight plays later their drive stalled under tremendous pressure from the Hornets and they were forced to punt. Their punt, fielded by number 12 Jared Ferguson started our first drive at our own 5 yard line. Read more »

Monroe Hornet Community Pep Rally

11/15/2007 7:45 pm
11/15/2007 8:45 pm

When: Thursday Nov. 15th
Time: 7:45pm
Location: High School Gymnasium

Come out and show your support for the Varsity Hornet Football team, who is headed to the regional playoffs on Friday Nov.16th

Monroe Hornets
Indian Hill Braves
7:30 @ Kings High School Stadium

*Pre sale tickets can be purchased this week: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30-7:30pm. (On Main Street just outside the H.S. gymnasium) and on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday from 8:00 am.-3:00pm. in the H.S. Athletic Office. $6.00 pre-sale price and $8.00 at the gate. (Monroe receives 20% of the profits from pre-sale tickets only)

Canal Freezes in Dayton

During round two of the division III state playoff’s, Monroe put the Canal Winchester on ice early. When senior quarterback Tyler Osterman was asked before the game what he believed the keys of the game would be, he replied ”We have to play our game.” Judging from the scoreboard at the end of the first quarter the Hornets were well on their way to doing that. The Hornets had a brief scare in the second quarter when Senior Brett Richter went down with a knee injury. Brett commented after the game saying that his sitting out the rest of the game was only a precaution. Read more »