Posted October 16, 2014 at 10:37 am

BRONZE MEDAL WINNERS – ECH Lady Buffalo’s traveled to Ft. Scott, KS on Saturday, Oct. 11, to compete in the annual MOKAN Volleyball Tournament which was hosted by Christian Learning Center. The team brought home the third place MOKAN Tournament trophy, as well as third place All Conference Team trophy. The ladies continue practice as they prepare for the upcoming MCSAA State tournament in Joplin Oct. 23-25. Pictured: back row (from left) Head Coach Mrs. Kelly Bryson, Cambria Witt, Rachel Jones, Peyton Newman, Chaney Housh, Coach Travis Bryson and Anna Buttroff; Front row: Alyssa Hammons, Mindy Harper and Abigail Batson. Photo by Mrs. Cammie Housh.

ALL CONFERENCE – Sophomore Rachel Jones and junior Chaney Housh were awarded 1st Team All Conference medals at the MOKAN Tournament in Ft. Scott, KS. Photo by Mrs.

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    Strafford Indians get past Bulldogs 21-8

    The Strafford Indians remained undefeated on Friday night by edging past the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs 21-8.

    The Indians began the game by kicking the ball off to the Bulldogs, where Lance Molz returned the ball 49 yards to the Strafford 46-yard line. Despite a 7-yard gain by Kason Schwalm on first down, the Bulldogs were unable to move the chains and the Indian offense took over. On a drive that lasted 10 plays Strafford was able to get into the endzone to take a 7-0 lead.

    On the ensuing kickoff, the Indians recovered an onside kick. Strafford began to drive for

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    Bulldog softball varsity loses at districts

    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity let Marion C. Early get away late in 7-1 loss in the second round of Class 2, District 6 play. As the No. 2 seed with a 16-6 record, El Dorado Springs drew a bye in the first round. Marion C. Early, with a 12-4 record, played Laquey (1-18) in the first round and won 14-0.

    In the top half of the bracket, Pleasant Hope (18-6) was ranked No. 1. In the first round, Lamar (1-21) beat Richland 9-4 on Wednesday, Oct. 8, then on Oct.

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    ElDo VB Oct. 6-9

    The Lady Bulldogs started the week of Oct. 6 off strong with quick two set win over Skyline, 25-18, 25-17.

    Megan Chism led the team in kills with eight, aces with four and solo blocks with four. Kameron Schaaf added six kills, and Kinli Simmons and Rachel Bush each had three. Schaaf led the team in digs with four, followed by Simmons with three, Kristen Lackey and Chism both with two and Bush with one. Olivia Hallford led the team with 12 assists, followed by Simmons with 7.

    The JV fell short in two, 10-25, 12-25.

    On Thursday, the Lady Bulldogs hosted the

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    was chosen as the American Volleyball Coaches Association Player of the Week in the state of Missouri for the week of Sept. 22. Megan was chosen by the association based on their stats on for that entire week. That was an outstanding week for Megan helping her team to win all three matches against Liberal, Clever and Osceola. She had a combined 31 kills, 10 digs, 30 serve receptions, 9 blocks, and 1 ace. Her current hitting percentage is .309 and she averages 2.8 kills per game,

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    ElDo VB Oct. 13

    ElDo (varsity) beat Buffalo Monday night there in three – 25-18, 21-25, 25-23.

    JV lost in three.

    The ElDo Bulldogs Varsity muster 11 hits, drop 10-4 contest to Aurora

    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity came out firing, but couldn’t hang on to the lead, ending up on the losing side of a 10-4 ballgame against Aurora on Monday, Oct. 6, at Aurora.

    While the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity led until the fifth inning, Aurora worked its way back and took the lead on a fielder’s choice.

    Martin recorded the win for Aurora. She allowed four runs over 6 2/3 innings. She struck out four, walked one and surrendered 11 hits.


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    El Dorado Springs Bulldog defense clips Eagles’ wings


    The El Dorado Springs football team beat the Pierce City Eagles 48-16 to improve to 5-2 on the season for a crowd pleasing Bulldog homecoming victory Friday, Oct. 3.

    The Bulldogs kicked off to the Eagles, who went 3-and-out. On 4th down, Colten Hedrick drove hard off of the edge and got a hand on the ball, blocking the punt, which was recovered by Logan Perrodin.

    The Bulldogs took over from their own 25-yard line where Kason Schwalm scored on the first offensive play of the game for

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    VolleyDogs beat Skyline

    In a Monday night message from VolleyDog Coach Ashley Rogers, she told the Sun:

    Varsity beat Skyline in two 25-18, 25-17

    Varsity record- 18-9-1

    JV is playing now.

    Bulldogs run cross country at the Chile Pepper

    by Coach Josh Smith

    The El Dorado Springs Cross Country team just finished the busiest part of their schedule. The team has competed in four races in the past two weeks. The Bulldogs have done a lot of racing in a short amount of time, but it allows them to gain valuable experience and prepare to peak at the right time for Districts and State.

    The Bulldogs most recently competed at the University of Arkansas in what is known as the Chile Pepper Festival. The meet featured around

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