Brecksville-Broadview Heights Varsity Football

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Bees Football: Garrett Kubitz breaks BBHHS rushing record

Congratulations to senior running back, Garrett Kubitz, who became the all-time leading rusher in Bees football history on Friday night in the Bees’ 45-31 win over Barberton.  Kubitz surpasses Alec Buckley (’17) who previously held the honor since stats started to be recorded & tracked in the program in 1993. #Good2GREAT

BBHHS @ Barberton – Online Streaming Info

BBHHS Varsity Football @ Barberton Friday, September 18, 2020 @ 7:00PM Catch BEES Football action live tonight as they travel to take on the Barberton Magics: Radio:  640AM WHLO Facebook:  Barberton High School Facebook page YouTube: Barberton A-Live Channel GO BEES!!!

Bees win the Golden Shoe

The Golden Shoe is back in it’s rightful place after a 57-31 Bees victory this past Friday night against the Bears of North Royalton. The Bees got the scoring started on their first possession when senior Christian Mitchell (5/104 yards) ran for a 59 yard touchdown. After a back-and-forth first half, The Bees trailed 17-14

Football Senior Night

This past Friday Night honored Senior Football Players James Grattino, Ethan Hatcher, Dylan DeGaetano, Ronald Wilson, Cade Erbacher, Dylan Clarke, Christian Asimou, Brian Williams, James Petkunas, Gavin Cortes, Connor Feeney, Andrew Link, Kyle Stadler, Christian Mitchell, Ryan Nin, Greg Benedict, Jacob Nelson, and Luke Gibbons. The Bees played against North Royalton in the battle for

Football beats Hudson 35-28

The Bees traveled to Hudson Memorial Stadium this past Friday to take on an Explorer team that was coming off a last-second victory against defending league champion Wadsworth the week prior. The end result of this week’s contest was a 35-28 road victory for the Bees that moved them to 3-2 on the season and

Bees Outlast the Bulldogs

In the opening week of Suburban League play, the Bees outlasted the Stow-Munroe Bulldogs in overtime with a 42-35 victory to move to 2-2 on the season and 1-0 in the Suburban League National Division. In the overtime session, the Bees got the ball first and scored on a 2-yard touchdown run by junior Garrett