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!

    All football eyes are on Aug. 4

    Like an expectant father, the new El Dorado Springs head football coach, Derek Scroggins, is waiting for Aug. 4 to see what he got. That’s the first day of practice permitted under Missouri State High School Athletic Association rules. And that’s when Coach Scroggins and his coaching staff will find out which players actually come out to play football.

    Coach Scroggins told the Sun on Tuesday, “We won’t really know until then (Aug. 4).”

    The annual Red/Black scrimmage is set for Saturday, Aug. 9.

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    ElDo Summer League a home run

    by Eddie Lamb

    The El Dorado Springs Summer Baseball and Softball League was a huge success. Both teams went undefeated in their respected leagues and both teams won the season ending tournament.

    In the High School Baseball League, El Dorado Springs had victories over Halfway, Hermitage and Wheatland. In the High School Softball League, El Dorado Springs had victories over Lakeland, Lockwood, Osceola, Montrose and Stockton.

    The El Dorado Springs Baseball Team won the tournament championship over Northeast Vernon County and the El Dorado

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    Lady Bulldog softball camp July 22-22

    El Dorado Spring Head Softball Coach Jarrod Mays has announced a Lady Bulldog Softball Camp from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, July 21/22, on the High School Softball Field for all 7th – 12th graders who want to play softball in the fall.

    There is no cost for the camp.

    For more information, call Jarrod Mays at 417/296-2716.

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    ST. CLAIR CO. BANK UNDEFEATED

    - St. Clair County State Bank went undefeated with a 10-0 record in coach’s pitch in the El Dorado Springs Summer League. Pictured are (front row:) Dennis Lee, Gavin Hughey, Kaden Pulley, Sophia Bryson, Lincoln Gayman, Rowan Johnson and their #1 fan, Bennett Johnson; (back row:) Coach Mark Burley, Brett Alexander, Coach Bill Alexander, Jordan Boyd, Russell Ferguson, Karson Burley, Kylee Brown and Coach Craig Johnson.

    Final wrap up on summer ball program

    League Champs

    Minor Girls -Team Steward 10-0.

    Minor Boys- Team Edwards 7-3.

    Major Girls- Team Melton 10-0.

    Major Boys -Team Taylor 9-1.

    The High School League still has two weeks left but the El Dorado Springs Baseball team is in 1st Place 5-0 over Halfway, Hermitage, Northeast Vernon County and Wheatland.

    The El Dorado Springs Softball team is also in 1st Place 3-0 over Lakeland, Lockwood, Montrose, Osceola and Stockton.

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    Bulldogs compete in Clinton tournament

    JV PLAYS LIBERAL – On Saturday, the final game of the El Dorado Springs JV tournament was for third place pitting El Dorado Springs against Liberal. Here, Freshman Cody McNeece gets in close for a shot.

    TRYING TO KEEP UP WITH JONES – The Liberal JV scored the first 13 points in the game Saturday for 3rd in the El Dorado Springs JV tournament. Here Sophomore Brant Jones takes a contested shot. The championship game earlier that morning

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    NEVC – Calhoun game down to the wire

    NEVC FAST BREAK – NEVC KNIGHT Drue Hoagland drove to the basket ahead of the Calhoun defenders Friday night. It was a hard fought game with Calhoun holding on for a 70-66 win.

    NEVC LAY UP – NEVC Knight Jacob Maus got a good look at the basket for an easy lay up during their homecoming game with Calhoun Friday night.

    The NEVC Knights had a chance down to the

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    Sherwood Marksmen shoot past Bulldogs 65-23

    COLTEN HEDRICK ABOVE THE FRAY – Sophomore Colten Hedrick at 6’3″ and a good move was able to get above the Sherwood Marksmen defense for a back door layup.

    JOSH GIRVEN SANDWICHED – Even at 6’3″ Junior Bulldog Josh Girven found Marksmen of equal height all over him under the basket.

    In their season opener last Tuesday night, Sherwood beat the young El Dorado Springs Bulldog varsity boys 65-23.

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    HITTING THE LINE

    - During the seniors vs. faculty game of the Hoops for Heart fundraiser game last Thursday night, Bulldog Assistant Football Coach Scott Svendson broke through for a lay-up. After trailing by one point at the half, the “old guys and gals” won the game.

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