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Take A Virtual Tour of the Proposed Complex

The Miamisburg School District hopes to build a 5,400-seat multi-use sports stadium at Miamisburg High School if volunteers can secure enough financing to privately fund the five million dollar project. Superintendent Dr. David Vail said that the project will be entirely funded through sponsorships and private donations and that no tax dollars would be used.

Media Guide Receives National Award

We are pleased to announce Miamisburg as one of the winners of the National High School Sports Publication Awards (NHSSPA).  The competition is designed to recognize excellence in the preparation of high school athletic Media Guides and Souvenir Programs produced across the United States of America. Miamisburg received the “GOLD” award for 2013 along with 13 other

Wes Birchmeier signs NLI with Lake Erie College

Front row father Steve Birchmeier, mother Lori Birchmeier, Wes Birchmeier, brother Blake Birchmeier Back row Coach Kurtz, Coach Harleman, Coach Johnson On April 22nd, Wes Birchmeier decides to continue his baseball career at Lake Erie College.  Lake Erie is a NCAA II school and a member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC).

Evan Berger signs with Urbana University

front row left to right – father Tom Berger, Evan Berger, mother Angie Berger back row – boys UU coach Allan Ryan, UU bowling manager Phil Baker, grandfather and assistant MHS coach Doug Smith, MHS head coach Tony Ross, sister Ellie Berger   Miamisburg senior and this years top bowler in the GWOC, Evan Berger, signs

Baseball Hitting Barn Gets New Lockers

Varsity Baseball Coach Terry Johnson emailed MHS Industrial Technology teacher Duane Hensley about a project he was planning. Coach Johnson and the baseball program wanted to add lockers to the hitting facility. He asked Mr. Hensley about the type of lumber to use and if he could advise them on how to proceed. Mr. Hensley asked if he could “take point” on the entire

Cincinnati Bengals Strength and Conditioning Coach Visits Miamisburg

Bengals strength coach, Chip Morton, delivers a speech on “Planning and Preparing to Win” to athletes at Wednesday’s workouts.  Chip Morton is in his 11th season as Bengals strength and conditioning coach. He took over the position under head coach Marvin Lewis when Lewis joined the Bengals in 2003. During his tenure, Morton and his

Strength/Flexibility Program

With spring sports underway, out of season student-athletes still have an opportunity to improve their athleticism through our strength/flexibility program.  We look forward to seeing our fall and winter athletes and encourage attendance when possible. A series of videos on YouTube should be viewed prior to starting.  These videos will show exercises and techniques that

Welcome To Our New Athletic Website

The Miamisburg City School District is proud to announce that we have created a new Athletic webpage in an effort to keep our students, parents, community and fans better informed. This site will give students and parents continued access to sports schedules, all required forms needed for participation, Hall of Fame information and records, team

Campus Quest

The Miamisburg School District is seeking private donations to fund an outdoor complex and to renovate the high school campus. In 2008, the community passed a bond issue to fund new construction and remodel our current school facilities. The district has continued to maintain the current sports facilities with the use of permanent improvement funds.

Boys Basketball Wins GWOC South Title

The boys basketball team clinched the GWOC South title (first conference title since 1997) with a 80-61 victory over Lebanon on Febuary 18.  Connor Brown broke 1,000 career points with his 39 point performance (single season GWOC South record).  Brown also broke the backboard on a two handed dunk with 4:21 remaining in the game.