BRONZE MEDAL EFFORT – Seth McKinney (center) of the El Dorado Christian High School took bronze in the 300m hurdles and 5th in the 100m hurdles at the El Dorado Springs track meet on Tuesday, April 10.
PAIGE FLOYD SIGNS – Luck Day, On Friday April 13, Paige Floyd signed with Fort Scott Community College to attend in the fall on a dance scholarship. Along with her parents, Tammy and Jason Floyd, Activities Director Mike Durnell, her ElDo coach Darlena Gordon and High School Principal David Rotert were at the signing.
The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame soon recognize the Diamond 9, a group of former high school, college and pro baseball and softball standouts who made positive impacts in the game. The honors are part of the Hall of Fame’s Baseball Luncheon presented by the Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr Pepper Bottling Company, President & Executive Director Jerald
Our athletes traveled to Stockton on April 12 and were very successful. Overall our 7th grade boys team placed 2nd of 16 teams and our 8th grade boys also placed 2nd of 16 teams, acccording to Mike Durnell, Bulldog Athyletic/Activities Director. 7th grade Shot-Jake Cooper-1st Long Jump-Lexis Reasoner-2nd, Wriley Taylor-3rd Triple Jump-Wyatt Van Gordon-2nd Pole
FOUR BULLDOGS NAMED ACADEMIC ALL STATE – The recipients are (from left) are softball players Junior Jace Cundiff, Senior Paige Easy, Junior Makenzie Melton, Senior Payton Babcock. They are coached by Alyssa Sargent, who took the photo.
MCKINNEY AND STEUCK COMPETE AT WARRENSBURG RELAYS – ECS Seniors, Drew Steuck and Seth McKinney kicked off the 2018 ECHS track season at UCM Mule Relays in Warrensburg on Tuesday, March 20. Seth placed sixth in the 300 meter hurdles, missing finals by hundredths of a second. Drew placed 4th in the 1600m and 4th
WRESTLING AWARD WINNERS – The El Dorado Springs Wrestling Banquet was held on Wednesday, March 21. The Wrestling team honored award winners: (from left) Take Down Machine (the most takedowns in a season) to senior Blake Holder; the Ginder award went to sophomore Duane Perkins; Most Improved went to freshman Taylor Wingert; the Big Heart
I am very happy to announce that we had four players earn Academic All-state. They each had to start in 70% of games, have an cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.50-4.0, and either be ranked top 25% in their class or attain a 24 on the ACT. Congratulations to: Paige Esry, Payton Babcock, Jace Cundiff and
PAIGE ESRY SIGNS – On Friday, Paige Esry signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Avilia University as her parents, Shannon and Brandon Esry look on. Behind her on the left is the head coach at Avila University, Torie Murillo. In the center is Paige’s brother, Ian Esry. Photo by Mrs. Amber Francis.
ACADEMIC ALL STATE – (From left) Kraysen Leonard, Kayla Collins, Tori Rawlings, Taylor Robison and Tiffany Nikodim. VARSITY OUTSTANDING ACHIEVERS – Back row from left Brooke Ehlers, Kenley Widener, Tristyn Marshall, Taylor York, Kraysen Leonard, Taylor Robison, Tiffany Nikodim and Brittany Stevens; Front Row (L to R)-Tori Rawlings, Kayla Collins and Kelsey Thomas JV OUSTANDING