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Bulldogs ground Ash Grove Pirate ship 24-14

Posted September 11, 2014 at 12:30 pm


In their game Friday night in Ash Grove, the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs racked up 375 yards on offense while giving up 222 yards on defense to beat the Pirates 24-14.

The Bulldogs jumped to an early lead on the 3rd play of the game when Kason Schwalm dashed 67 yards for a touchdown. Lance Molz punched in the 2-point conversion to give ElDo an 8-0 lead.

On the ensuing kickoff the Bulldogs were able to pin the Pirates down at their own 13-yard line. Ash Grove managed to string a drive together that went to the ElDo 3-yard line before a holding call backed them up. Ash Grove then attempted a reverse that was sniffed out by Colten Hedrick who stuffed the ball carrier for a five-yard loss. On 4th and goal from the 21-yard line, Ash

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    Tailor Hutsell throws no-hitter

    Thursday was a day Tailor Hutsell will remember forever as Hutsell threw a no-hitter in the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity’s 10-0 victory over Hermitage.

    No Hermitage batter was able to locate Hutsell’s pitches during the game. Hutsell threw a no-hitter, striking out 12 batters and walking one while recording her momentous feat. She got Aliesha Wise to strike out for the final out of the game.

    Six runs in the first three innings helped the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity blow out Hermitage. An RBI double by

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    In the inaugural 54 Cup golf match, the team representing El Dorado Springs was victorious over the team from the Nevada Country Club. The Ryder Cup format tournament was played at the Gene Pray Memorial Golf Course on Sept. 6 and 7. The final score was El Dorado 11 1/2 to Nevada’s 6 1/2. One point was awarded for a victory in each match, with 1/2 point for a tie. On Saturday there were six matches of two man best ball teams and on Sunday the

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    The ECS junior high volleyball team began their season in Garden City, Tuesday night, Sept. 2. The girls fought hard against the Training Center Eagles, but came up short in the second game. Head Coach, Mrs. Tessie Watkins, has a young but diligent team. Pictured with Coach Watkins; Olivia Bryson, 4th grade, Madison Collins, 8th grade, sixth graders, Jordanne Steuck, Kraysen Leonard, Isabelle Bryson, and Keily Messick. The girls will host Center Place JH at El Dorado Baptist Church at 5 p.m. Sept. 19.

    Lady Buffalos win three in a row

    The Lady Buffalos started their 2014-15 season with three straight wins. The Varsity girls defeated Overland Christian and South Park, Friday night, Aug. 29, in Kansas City and sealed the third win Tuesday night, Sept. 2 at Training Center in Garden City.

    Their season continues on the road for the next three games. Beginning Sept. 19, the girls have two home games at El Dorado Christian against Heartland and Center Place.

    Chaney Housh, junior at ECH was named MVP against South Park. Chaney served 12 straight points

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    Bulldogs host 4th annual C.C. meet

    by Coach Josh Smith

    On Thursday, Sept. 4, the El Dorado Springs Cross Country team welcomed 13 schools to the Gene Pray Memorial Golf Course. The meet totaled around 230 runners with all levels combined.

    This was the 4th cross country meet hosted by El Dorado Springs and the 3rd time it has been located at the Golf Course. The meet was scheduled for 4 p.m., but had to be pushed

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    Ava Bears bite Bulldogs 28-0


    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs fell to the 8th ranked Class 3 Ava Bears 28-0 in the ElDo home opener.

    The game began with the Bulldogs getting the ball. On the first offensive play of the game Logan Perrodin dashed 13 yards for a first down. The Bear defense stiffened forcing Riley Boyd to punt on 4th down from the ElDo 27-yard line. Boyd’s punt hung in the air allowing Bulldog defenders to surround the Ava returner who fumbled the ball which was recovered by Jakob Studer, giving the ElDo offense a

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    Bulldog runners start season strong


    by Coach Jason Smith

    The El Dorado Springs cross country team traveled to Strafford on Saturday for the first meet of the season. Most of the runners have been training since June and were ready to finally see some competition. The weather was great and the 3.1 mile course was flat and fast.

    “This is a great race to start the season and show new athletes what cross country is about.”

    The Bulldogs return a really good core group of runners from last year

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    El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity defeats Buffalo 7-5 after late game double

    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity outlasted Buffalo on Thursday after five lead changes, squeaking out a 7-5 win at El Dorado Springs.

    The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity pulled out the win thanks to a strong sixth inning. The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity scored on a two-run double by Taylor Witt off S. Wimberly, plating Tailor Hutsell and Haley Boultinghouse.

    Witt racked up three RBIs on two hits for the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity.

    Hutsell picked up the win for the

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    VolleyDogs dominate Butler Bears in their den

    The head VolleyDog, Ashley Rogers, reported on their first game of the season last Tuesday, Aug. 26, at Butler.

    Here are the scores from the Butler game.

    JV-(W)-25-16, 25-21

    V-(W)-25-9, 25-13

    Coach Rogers said, “This was a great match to start the season. The JV, which consists of six freshmen, was able to get their feet wet and relax their nerves a bit. The Varsity came out and dominated both sets. We had 90% serving, with 9 aces, and only one serve receive error.


    Kinli Simmons-3 kills,1 assist, 3 digs, 4 aces

    Kinlee Ihde- 2 kills, 4 assists, 4 digs, 1 ace

    Kameron Schaaf-2 kills, 2 blocks,

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