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Bulldog Varsity beats Seneca 6-1

Posted April 28, 2016 at 9:18 am

Ethan Dubois went 2-2, sparking the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity to a 6-1 victory in seven innings over Seneca on Friday, April 22, at El Dorado Springs High School.

He singled in the first and fourth innings.

Colton Collins had an impressive outing against Seneca’s lineup. Collins held Seneca hitless over 3 1/3 innings, allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out one.

Brattin took the loss for Seneca. He allowed six runs in six innings, walked none and struck out four.

The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity went up for good in the first, scoring one run on a groundout by Spencer Young.

The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity piled on five more runs in the bottom of the second. Kade Collins kicked things off with a single,

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    Dr. Mike scores hole-in-one

    On April 15, 2016, Semi-Pro Golfer Dr. Mike Frier accomplished a feat that many golfers just dream about. Dr. Mike hit a Hole-in-One on hole #7 at the El Dorado Springs Gold Course.

    When asked about his golf shot, Dr. Mike stated that he was hitting into a 20 mph wind so he selected an eight iron from his bag. He walked up to his ball, focused on the ball and just nutted it.

    He and his team approached the green and couldn’t find the ball. Somebody said

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    Kayla (Hedrick) McQuillan new head volleyball coach

    KAYLA IS NEW HEAD VOLLEYBALL COACH – Kayla (Hedrick) McQuillan was introduced Monday as the Central High School’s head volleyball coach. Photo by Jessica Stewart, St. Joseph News-Press.

    Kayla (Hedrick) McQuillan, a 2007 El Dorado Springs High School graduate and a member of the 2005 Class 2 State Champion El Dorado Springs VolleyDogs, was just introduced as the head coach of the Class 5 Central High School Indians volleyball team in St. Joseph.


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    Preliminary results

    ElDo hosts track meet

    In the El Dorado Springs track meet on Tuesday, April 12, local athletes had success.

    Lance Molz took 1st in the 100 with a time of 10.990.

    Tessa Durnell took 2nd in the 1600 with a tie of her personal best at 5:33.

    Tyler Goatley took 2nd in the 1600, with a time of 4:49.

    The ElDo boys took 3rd in the 4×100 with a time of 46.110. Landon

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    ElDo competes at Stockton track meet

    The ElDo track team attended the Lauren Wheeler Relays at Stockton on Tuesday, April 5.

    The runners were dealing with tried legs and strong wind, but competed well and came out with some impressive performances. The Bulldogs had success in all phases of the meet from sprints to distance and field events.

    The meet had 21 teams participating and included a state championship team from last year and multiple individual state champions. The competition was pretty tough for a small school meet.

    The top

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    ElDo Christian JH track team and coaches Mike and Cammie Housh competed in several meets this last week. On Monday, April 4, the Jr. High Buffalos headed to Bolivar, Friday to Ash Grove and Saturday, Willard. Pictured are (from left) Josiah Batson, Brayden Housh, Jordanne Steuck and Isabelle Bryson.

    Results: April 4 – Bolivar Josiah Batson, 6th in high jump; Brayden Housh, 1st in pole vault, 2nd in long jump, 4th in

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    ECHS Buffalos medal at Adrian track meet

    El Dorado Christian results of March 31, 2016 track meet at Adrian: Mindy Harper, 7th in hurdles; Abigail Batson, 2nd in mile, 3rd in 800m; Colten Pike, Ryan Owens, Bryce Walker and Drew Steuck, 4th in 4 x 4 relay; Drew Steuck, 2nd in mile, 4th in javelin. The Buffalo track team will be on the road next week at Bolivar, Ash Grove and Willard. Photos by Mrs. Cammie Housh.

    AIR WALKER – Bryce Walker takes

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    Track results from Ash Grove

    Bulldog tracksters competed in the Ash Grove meet on Friday, April 1.

    Bulldog medalists were: Lance Molz – 1st – 100, 1st -200; Tessa Durnell – 1st – 800, 2nd -1600; Tyler Goatley – 1st – 3200, 3rd – 1600; Ashley Knoll – 3rd – 3200; Lance Molz, Landen Smith, Chase Daugherty and Dayton Austin – 1st – 4×100.

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    On Thursday, March 31, the El Dorado Springs Bulldog cheerleader squad held its awards banquet in the Leeper Center. After the crowd of about 100 enjoyed a meal of BBQ pork, courtesy of Ron and Nancy Brown, the cheerleader sponsors, Katie Barger and Julie Savinske , gave plaques and awards to the cheerleaders. The plaque awards are (from left) Brooke Murdock – Most Improved, Chelsea Colbert – Best All Around, Bentley Allison – Most Spirited, Jenna Fritts – Most Athletic and Rebecca Rash – Bulldog Award.

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    Bulldogs tame Carthage Tigers

    On Thursday, March 31, the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs welcomed a very good Carthage Tiger Class 5 team to town.

    The Bulldogs struck first, but the Tigers roared back. The lead changed a couple of times until, in the bottom of the final inning with the score tied at 6-6, the Bulldogs managed to scratch out a run to claim the hard earned victory.

    Coach Jarrod Mays told the Sun, “We won 7-6. We came from behind to win. Jack Schieffer got the win in relief. It was

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