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Posted April 16, 2015 at 9:48 am

On Thursday, Apr. 9, Rachel Bush, before a crowd of supporters in the EHS Library, put her name on the dotted line declaring her intent to play basketball for the Ft. Scott Community College Greyhounds this fall. The 5’5” guard, who played four years at EHS, was a starter for the 2014 State Champion El Dorado Springs Bulldogs. She was named All District for her 2015 season. Present for the ceremony were (from left) Rachel’s father, Mitch Bush, Rachel and her mother, Tonya Bush. Back row (from left) Head EHS Bulldog Girls Basketball Coach Beau Swopes; Mike Durnell, Bulldog Activities Director; David Rogers, Assistant EHS Girls Basketball Coach, and David Hedrick, El Dorado Springs High School Principal.


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    Warsaw Wildcats claw Bulldogs 8-4

    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs lost 8-4 in seven innings at Warsaw on Tuesday, Apr. 7, in Warsaw, despite outhitting Warsaw 10 to seven.

    Kason Schwalm was perfect at the dish, going 3-3. He singled in the first and third innings and doubled in the fifth inning.

    Riley Boyd ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed six runs in 3 2/3 innings, walked one and struck out four.

    The top of the third saw the

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    The Bulldog Boys Basketball Team was honored with a recognition event on Thursday, April 9, in the High School Multi Purpose room. (from left) Wyatt Graves – JV Mr. Hustle, Jakob Studer – Varsity Defensive Player and Most Improved, Landon Smith – JV Most Improved, Riley Boyd – JV MVP and Rising Star. Colten Hedrick – Varsity Rebounds and Bulldog Award and Richard Lyness – Varsity Free Throw Percentage and MVP.

    Bulldogs play at Clever

    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs played in the Clever Baseball Festival April 10-11 but had a rough outing against the three teams they faced.

    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs lost 10-1 to Summit Christian Academy Friday at Clever despite Kaiden Simmons’s two-hit day at the dish.

    Spencer Young ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed eight runs in 4 1/3 innings, walked three and struck out four.

    Summit Christian Academy increased its lead with seven

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    The El Dorado Christian School 4 x 100 relay team won first at their season opener in Lone Jack. Pictured are Alyssa Hammons, Mindy Harper, Abigail Batson and Chaney Housh. The 2015 ECS Track Coaches are: Head Coaches – Dr. Mike Housh and Dr. Cammie Housh, Varsity Coaches – Kevin King, Tim Scott (ECH Athletic Director) and Mrs. Lena Owens; Grade School Coaches – Mr. and Mrs. Travis Bryson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Batson.

    Bulldog golfers play at Stockton

    by Coach Derek Scroggins

    ElDo golf results from April 10 at Stockton: Jakob Studer 57, Landon Mays 64, Payton Babcock 64, Jakob Boleyn 65 and Walter Burk 67

    Overall, our team had some struggles hitting the ball straight and finishing out our holes. There was a lot of inconsistency in our shots as a group and that is something that has to improve. We look forward to hosting our golf meet vs Stockton and Clinton on Tuesday, Apr. 14.

    Adrian track results

    El Dorado Christian High School Track Results from Adrian on April 2:

    Abigail Batson: silver medal in the 800 meter run and bronze in the 1600 meter run; Rachel Jones: bronze in the girls javelin.

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    El Dorado Christian Grade School 4 x 100 relay team placed first at Lone Jack, on Saturday, March 28. Pictured are fourth graders Hunter Malensek, Aiden Walker and Rylee Bowman and fifth grader, Jacob Morrison.

    MS Track opens season

    The El Dorado Springs Middle School track team opened their season at Skyline on Monday, March 30.

    For the 8th grade girls, Mikayla Loane finished third in the long jump and seventh in the 100 meter hurdles. Brittany Stevens finished seventh in the 400 meter run.

    For the 8th grade boys, Keilan Jacques finished third in the high jump. Dagan McIntire finished fifth in the 200 meter dash and sixth in the 400 meter run. Traven Buxton finished sixth in

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    ECS Junior Chaney Housh and Sophomore Rachel Jones were “invited to play” in the 2015 Invitational All Star Game in Grandview on Saturday, March 28. Players were selected statewide from Missouri and Kansas based on their performance during the regular season. Chaney recorded eight points and Rachel three. The final score was 64-61, with the Orange Team down by three. Another highlight of the game – ECH Head Coach Tim Scott, was asked to coach the Orange Team, sponsored by EP Sports. Photo by Mrs.

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