The El Dorado Springs girls track team suffered from injury and inexperience in their home track meet Tuesday, April 9, finishing 12th out of 19 schools present with 21 points. The team from El Dorado Christian finished 15th with 11 points. Warsaw High School won the girls side of the meet tie 119 points. Kenli
ECS TRACK SEASON HEATING UP – ECS Track Coaches, athletes and parents find themselves coming and going as the 2019 track season swings into full motion. The Buffalos have already competed in five meets and have a packed schedule till the middle of May. Pictured, beginning in the front row are Olivia Bryson, Christian Steuck,
Thursday, April 18 – HS @ Lamar TBA. Thursday, April 25 – JH @ El Dorado, 4 p.m. Saturday, April 27 – MS/JH/HS @ El Dorado, 9 a.m. Friday and Saturday, May 3 and 4 – JH/HS @ Joplin MCSAA State, TBA. Monday, May 6 – MS/JH/HS @ El Do-MOKAN, 5 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday,
According to Superintendent Mark Koca, El Dorado Springs R-2 Schools is happy to announce that two new head coaches have been hired by the District. Coach Kelley Beckner will be joining the Bulldog staff this summer as the Head Football Coach. Mr. Beckner has been the Offensive Line/Special Teams Coordinator for 4 years at Mt.
by Coach Brian Goatley On Wednesday, a majority of our track squad was at Stockton. The meet went well; however, there was a problem with the computer, so don’t have results yet. On a good note, though, Brayden Housh finished the night off, breaking his own school record in the pole vault, vaulting a height
CAUGHT OFF BASE – The Ash Grove Pirate on first took too long a lead and was caught in the rundown by Logan Spencer. But the rundown took long enough for the Pirate on third base to score.
SAFE AT THIRD – Trevyn Garringer stole third from the Ash Grove Pirates in the Varsity Bulldogs game Friday at home. Coach Jeremy Barger said, “We got off to a very rough start on the mound walking four straight to start the game. But a double play helped limit them to only one run in
WRESTLING AWARD WINNERS – During the 2019 Bulldog Wrestling Awards banquet Wednesday evening, Coach Travis Payne handed out the following awards – (from left)) Hardhat Award Preston Smith, Grinder Cameron Hargrove, 220 Conference Champion Dylan Gallette, Most Pins and Bulldog Award (team MVP) Keilan Jaques, Most Improved Trey Graves, Most Takedowns Hunter Boyles. BULLDOG SENIOR
GIRLS BASKETBALL AWARDS – Recently the El Dorado Springs Girls Basketball team honored several team members at their dinner and awards celebration. Pictured )from left) Taylor Robison – All Conference Second Team; Tevi Gurley – Defensive Player, Rising Star, All Conference Second Team and All district: Keylie Steward – Bulldog Award; Morgan Mitchell – Most
Free Throw Percentage Preston Robison (78%) KESM Rising Star Preston Robison Rebounds Shelby McKinney (177) Most Valuable Player Shelby McKinney Defensive Award Trey Babcock Bulldog Award Orlando Guerrero Most Improved Brayden Housh