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Fenwick High School has a long tradition of excellence on the playing field, on the court, and in the pool.

It is our mission to add to the successes and traditions of the past. In doing so, Fenwick athletics is student-centered, inclusive and filled with life lessons and skills that help our kids succeed in college and beyond. 

Everything we do in athletics should reinforce what our kids are learning from their parents and teachers. As a result, our student-athletes will understand the importance of teamwork, responsibility, work ethic and respect while enjoying some of the most memorable years of their life.

Go Friars!
Scott Thies '99
Athletic Director






  • The Finisher's Need for Speed

    He’s 75 years old, but Fenwick alumnus Denny Hiffman can’t slow down. He’s still working –- and racing against people 50 years younger. Read More
  • Forever Friars: Tony Lawless

    This year would have marked the 110th birthday of the late Coach Lawless, who for nearly half a century worked for the students of Fenwick and the school since its inception in 1929. Read More
  • Fenwick Unveils Trophy Case for Johnny Lattner's Heisman

    Sixteen members of “Papa John’s” clan returned to campus to see his trophy’s new place of honor, prominently situated in the football star’s beloved high school alma mater. Read More
  • 2017 Athletic and Academic Summer Camps

    Registration is Now Open- Make it a Fenwick Summer! Read More
  • Links' Success for Fenwick Duo Headed to Universities in Ohio

    Jack Mortell to golf for Miami Redhawks in the MAC; Amy Kucera will be at Xavier in Cincinnati, golfing for the Musketeers in the Big East Conference. Read More
  • A Hat Trick of the Ritten Kind

    Fenwick triplets bring distinct leadership qualities to girls’ lacrosse team as Friars advance to Round of 16 for the first time in program history. Read More