Monthly Archives: August 2014

10th Annual 3 ANGELS Tennyball-Keeping Memories Alive and Raising $$ for BDHS Students

The 10th Annual 3 Angels Tennyball Tournament was held on August 2.  This year, twenty seven teams participated and all went home winners.  The tournament raised over $4,000 in scholarship funds for the students at Bishop Donahue High School.  Special thanks to alumni Tyler Schorr, Brian McCulley, and Melissa McCulley, for their outstanding work in remembering Danielle, JoBeth and Courtney!

Champions: FIELD TEAM 6 RUNNER-UP: WE GET PITCHES
3 Angles Tennyball Champs....Field Team 6 3 Angels Tennyball Runnerup....We Get Pitches
Jimmy Hingginson, Evan Magers, Trevor Hardesty, Zach Winland, Mitch Whorton, Shane Wellman & Tyler Kobasko. Ryan Davis, Jerreck Waldram, Derek Och, Jeremy Betras, Johnny Cochran, Tanner Filben, Cory Schubert & Casey Mowder.

Strings Class added to B.D. Curriculum

IMG_4103For the first time in school history, an Advanced Strings class is being offered at B.D.H.S. Students who have previously played the cello, violin, viola or double bass were eligible to participate.  The interest in Strings at the Elementary and Middle schools of Marshall County spurred the creation of the class.  Mrs. Molly Williams, who is working toward her Ph. D. in Musicology, serves as the class instructor.  During the 2014-15 school year, B.D.H.S. students will have the opportunity to collaborate with the John Marshall High School Strings program, and play with the Wheeling Symphony Youth Orchestra.

McMechen American Legion Donates New Flag

IMG_4096We extend our thanks to the McMechen American Legion Post 5, who recently donated a new “Old Glory” to Bishop Donahue High School.  Mr. Jamie Schubert, Post Adjutant and Mr. Jack Williams, Post First Vice-Commander, presented the flag to Principal Tom Wise.  Pictured, left to right: Mr. Schubert, Mr. Wise and Mr. Williams.

U.S. Attorney Presents Drug and Social Media Program

U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld II and his staff presented the “Project Future Two-a-Days recently to Donahue student-athletes.  The program is aimed at helping teens stay out of trouble on the internet and away from dangerous substances.