VolleyDogs win quarter final

Posted March 6, 2014 at 1:58 pm

Lady Bulldogs beat Lafayette County 79-58 in their quarter final game Wednesday, March 5. This means they will play in the semi-final game in the Independence Center (Kansas City) at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 8. Great job girls! Keep it up!

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    VolleyDogs honored

     

    JUNIOR VARSITY AWARDS – Junior VolleyDogs honored Monday night, Nov. 17 were: (from left) Most Inspirational Player – Bailey Tyler, Most Valuable Player – Amy Ford, Most Inspirational Player – Caeleigh Gardner and Most Improved – Tiffany Nikodim.

    VARSITY AWARDS – Monday night at the VolleyDogs award banquet these varsity players were honored with: (from left) Most Improved Player – Kiley Studer,

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    Colt Schieffer works hard on his dream

    It’s a full time job for Colt Schieffer trying to earn a spot on the USA Olympic archery team.

    He goes home from high school every day and spends a couple of hours practicing shooting at least 200 arrows. He says that makes it seem like a light workout when he shoots 60 arrows in a match.

    He works out with weights in a program designed by Bulldog Head Football Coach Derek Scroggins. Colt said the exercises are quickly putting muscle on him and everybody involved. He mentioned

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    Bulldog Cross Country finishes history-making season

     

    On Saturday, Nov. 8, the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs finished their season at the state meet in Jefferson City.

    The opportunity to run in this meet is what the runners have worked for over five months. El Dorado Springs had nine athletes competing at state this year which is tied for the most in school history. Eight of these nine runners will be back next year, so they were looking to set themselves up for the future by gaining valuable experience this year and placing high.

    Just qualifying

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    Volleyball All District Team

    Kinli Simmons – Jr 1st Team

    Kameron Schaaf – Jr 1st Team

    Rachel Bush – Sr 2nd Team

     

    Megan Chism – Sr 1st Team

    Olivia Hallford – Jr 2nd Team

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    2014 Softball Awards

    by Coach Jarrod Mays

    About our Season

    •We finished with a 16-7 record, 3rd in the Walnut Grove Tournament, 1st in the El Dorado Tournament. Improved on our win total from last year, and over the course of four years have brought back respect to El Dorado Springs softball. We had 7 girls selected to the Class 2 District 6 softball team, four on the first team, and three on the second team. Most importantly we have proven we can play with anybody on our schedule when we play to

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    ElDo Bulldog Cross Country going to STATE

    by Josh Smith

    The El Dorado Springs High School cross country team is headed back to the state meet.

    The Bulldogs went to Hermitage for the Class 2 District 7 race on Saturday, Nov. 1. This meet serves as a qualifier for the state meet. Earning a spot in the state meet is one of the most exciting things a high school runner can achieve. The criteria for qualifying for the state meet is finish in the top 15 individually or be top two as a team. The Bulldog

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    TAYLOR WITT IN ALL-STAR GAME

    The Missouri High School Fastpitch Coaches Association 2014 Senior Showcase was held on Saturday, November 1, 2014, at Cosmo Park in Columbia, MO. As a first team all-district infielder, El Dorado Springs High School Senior, Taylor Witt, was invited to play in the showcase games. Her team, consisting of players from throughout the state, went undefeated for the day. Taylor batted a 0.571 and had the opportunity to play multiple positions including third base, pitcher and outfield during the event. Taylor’s team was coached by

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    Bulldogs finish season with 6-5 record

     

    The #1 ranked Lamar Tigers ended the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs football season on Friday night after a 58-6 victory.

    ElDo began the game on offense after Lamar kicked the ball off into the Endzone. After three plays the Bulldogs were forced to punt. The Tigers took five plays before they found the endzone to go up 7-0.

    On the kickoff, Lance Molz fielded the ball at the 3-yard line and managed a 20-yard return before being forced out of bounds. The Bulldogs drove to their own 38-yard

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    R2 JV Volleydogs have successful season

    by Coach Jeanie Norman

    The R2 JV Volleydogs finished their season 6-16-3. Although, the record doesn’t reflect it, the girls had a very successful season. They repeatedly overcame large point deficits, lost several games by only a few points and never quit.

    The JV program is meant to provide a learning platform for high school athletes. It’s a training program to help acclimate them to the speed and intensity of a varsity match. This year’s team did just that. The incoming freshmen class added seven new faces to

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    Bulldogs power past Eagles for district win

    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs improve to 6-4 on the year after defeating the Summit Christian Academy 50-26 in the first round of District play.

    Summit Christian opened the game by managing to field an onside kick by the Bulldogs. Nine plays later, Summit drew first blood by punching in a touchdown from six yards out to take a 7-0 lead.

    On the Eagles kickoff, Ethan Dubois fielded a short kick and returned the ball 16 yards to the ElDo 49. The Bulldogs drove the ball down to

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