BULLDOG PLAYERS GET POST SEASON FOOTBALL HONORS – Friday night the football parents prepared a bountiful, delicious banquet for their players. The Head Bulldog Football Coach Derek Scroggins and his football coaching staff called every player and manager forward as a coach discussed their commitment, work ethic and talents. To end the evening, the coaches
Last week the El Dorado Springs Boys Basketball team spent the week traveling to Warsaw for the Warsaw Tournament. The number six seed Bulldogs started the tournament against the third-seeded Butler Bears. The Bulldogs came away with their first win of the year 62-41. Trey Babcock led the Bulldogs with 19 points. Derek Hayes added
by Head Coach Beau Swopes On Tuesday, Nov. 21, the Lady Bulldogs traveled to Sherwood to take on the Lady Marksmen. The Lady Bulldogs played fairly well in the first half, forcing turnovers and attacking the basket on the offensive end and took a five-point lead into the locker room at half time. In the
by Renshi Riaan Van Dyk This past weekend members of Team Van Dyk Karate traveled to Springfield to compete in the 2nd Annual Heartland Junior Karate Tournament. As always Mr. Richard Osborn Jr. hosted a great tournament. We are very proud of our competitors and they had a great showing at the event and came
by Head Coach Joel Braden The El Dorado Springs boys basketball team traveled to Sherwood Tuesday to begin their season and left with an 87-72 loss. The Sherwood Marksmen jumped out to an early 26-10 first quarter lead and never looked back. The Bulldogs trailed 49-32 at the half. Shelby McKinney led the Bulldogs with
GET READY TO RUNKLE – On Saturday, Nov. 4, Jenna (right) and Jordan Runkle (left), two members of Team VDK, competed in the 2017 Holiday Karate Tournament down in Neosho. Both did very well competing in this year’s Holiday Open. Jordan competed in the 7 – 8 Youth Intermediate Division and placed 1st in Traditional
GIRLS BRING HOME 13TH PLACE – The El Dorado Springs girls Cross Country Team competed in Jeff City on Saturday, Nov. 4, just missing the 12th place position by 1 point to Lamar. Competing were: (from left) Lydia Eason, Abby Klaiber, Abby Cartwright,Ashley Knoll, Emily Ring, Sarah King and Megan Griffin.
SHE’S GOT TWO TIGERS ON HER TAIL – Lady Bulldog Freshman Tristyn Marshall experienced her first varsity competition in the Bulldog Girls Basketball Jamboree Monday evening when the Lady Bulldogs played the Lockwood Tigers for two quarters, then Adrian and Stockton. The Lady Bulldogs went 1 and 2 on the night. Lady Bulldog Head Coach
SBU BOUND – High School Senior Ashley Knoll signed with Southwest Baptist University on Thursday, Nov., 9, to run cross country and track. With her at the signing were her parents, Charles and Sheryl, and her brother, Brice. Coaches Brian Goatley and Amanda Obert were also with her.
LADY BUFFALO ALL STARS – ECHS head volleyball coach, Mrs. Kelly Bryson, had the chance to just sit, and watch her 2017 MOKAN Lady Buffalo All Stars, Jordanne, Lexi and Kiely, take the court at Center Place Restoration Academy on Monday night, Oct. 30. Coach Bryson’s players, who are freshmen, were honored to play with