CEDAR CREEK JERKY WINS TOURNAMENT – The Cedar Creek Jerky Bulldogs won the championship in their age group in Bolivar on Saturday, May 6. This was their second tournament of the season. They won the all three of their games in the 14 and under division 13-0, 14-0 and 19-0. Pictured are (front from left)
SANTA PAULA WINS BOLIVAR TOURNAMENT – The Santa Paula Bulldogs 8U boys Coach Pitch team, sponsored by Santa Paula Awning Co., LLC., played their first tournament Saturday, May 6, in Bolivar. They won the Championship game of the tournament over the Morrisville Panthers by a score of 15-9. Team members are: Emerson Ashlock, Tabor Berning,
RILEY BOYD SIGNS – On Friday, April 28, Riley Boyd signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Jefferson College. Present for the ceremony were (seated) his parents, Mitch and Jennifer Todd, and little sister, Alayna; (standing from left) Coaches Jeremy Barger and David Rogers. Also present but not pictured were his grandparents, Jimmy
BUFFALOS COMPETE AT SBU – El Dorado Christian School’s varsity track team headed south to compete at the 2017 SBU Bearcat Invitational on Tuesday, April 25. New PR’s were set and two athletes, Brayden Housh and Seth McKinney walked away with 4th and 5th place medals in pole vault. Pictured; back row: Coach Cammie Housh,
STEALING HOME – During the Bulldogs’ game with Weaubleau Monday at home, Trey Babcock added to the Bulldogs lead when he stole home on a wild pitch. The Bulldogs took the game 19-5 in five innings. Head Coach Jeremy Barger said, “Yesterday’s game went well. I thought the boys played hard. As for the season,
Varsity baseball won the first home game 7-1. Trey Babcock threw six innings and Colton Collins finished the game. Had some key hits to give us the lead and played some solid defense. JV won their game 4-1.
QUITE A DAY – Shelby McKinney placed 7th in the shot put with a throw of 37’11.” He followed that up with a 3rd place discus throw of 120’6” and then a winning, school record throw of 142’8” in the javelin. Coach Brian Goatley said, “Shelby held the record coming into this year for javelin.
by Brian Goatley On Tuesday, April 11, El Dorado Springs high school hosted their home track meet. We had 21 teams in attendance and the weather was great. On the girls’ side, Brittany Stevens placed 5th in the high jump with a jump of 4’4”. Hailey McGatha placed 6th in the shot put with her
by Brian Goatley On Thursday, April 6, the El Dorado Springs high school track team traveled to Stockton for the Lauren Wheeler Relays. This meet is named in honor of Lauren Wheeler, a former student at Stockton, who tragically passed due to a tragic car accident back in 2008. Lauren was active in various activities
Lighthouse Christian Academy from Springfield hosted the LCA Chargers Invitational on Saturday, April 1, in Willard. There were approximately 800 athletes with ages ranging from 8 to 18. The ECS Buffalos started off the morning with hoodies and stocking hats and by late afternoon, sunscreen was needed. The elementary field events began at 10 sharp