Latest Turpin Athletic News
Spartans pitchers Jake Silverstein, Ryan Lambert and Noah Wagner combined to limit the Eagles to just four hits while striking out eight in a hard fought 3-2 win at Walnut Hills. Marc Gendreau, Justin Silverstein and Will Blamer had two hits apiece to lead the Turpin offense.
Davis Dwyer (W, 2-0) pitched a complete game five hitter versus Glen Este. After falling behind 2-0, the Spartans stormed back with three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning.
After yielding a lead-off home run to Walnut Hills, Drew Sesler held the Eagles scoreless on only one more hit with four strikeouts at Spartan Stadium. Turpin’s two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning proved to be the difference in a 2-1 pitcher’s duel.
Turpin Men’s Tennis (@TurpinMTennis) is off to a good start in its 2017 quest for a fourth straight ECC title. The Spartans topped ECC rival Milford, 5-0, in the first match of the season at Turpin High School on April 4th.
Jake Silverstein struck out 15 batters in a 6-0 complete game victory Saturday against Newport Catholic. He gave up just 4 hits and 1 walk in a masterful pitching performance. All six Spartans runs scored on three home runs by Jake Silverstein, Ryan Lambert and Justin Silverstein.
Turpin Athletic Boosters will award a one-time $500 scholarship to one male student- athlete and one female student-athlete in recognition of athletic participation, team contributions, and commitment. The recipient may or may not be the team’s best athlete; however, he/she has shown exceptional enthusiasm, participation, effort, spirit, and dedication.
After a 10-0 regular season, Turpin moves to take on Harrison in the first round of the playoffs. The game will take place at Spartan Stadium-- presale tickets are available in the athletic office. Go Spartans!
Watch the football, cheerleading and cross country seniors take their final bow with their parents.
Caitlin Fisher at the State Tennis Championships
Story on Turpin student manager Robert Hunt