Daelen Ackley – Ackley scored 30 of his team’s 43 points as El Dorado Springs won the Class 3 state championship. And even though he won three state titles individually, folks will long talk about anchoring the 4×8000-meter relay. The team was almost last when he took the baton, and yet Ackley pushed them to
El Dorado Christian School freshman Noah Bland, received top honors at the 2021 MCSAA State Golf Finals in Joplin, Missouri on Saturday, May 1. Noah placed 2nd overall in scoring. Congratulations! Not pictured, Golf Coach, Mr. Randy Bland.
ECS golf Coach, Randy Bland, and the varsity golf teams traveled to the two-day State Finals in Joplin, Missouri on April 30 and May 1. The weather was hot and sunny; the two teams, (guys & girls) began early Friday morning at Schifferdecker Golf Course. The “Bermuda Fairway” as locals call it, is a beautiful
On Saturday, May 22, the El Dorado Springs High School track team headed to Camdenton for the Class 3, Section 3 track meet. At stake was a trip to the Class 3 Missouri State Track and Field Meet, which will be held on Saturday, May 29 at Jefferson City High School in Jefferson City, MO.
Three El Dorado Christian Varsity Golf athletes won top honors at the 2021 MCSAA State Golf Finals in Joplin, Missouri on May 1. These ladies were the top three in overall scoring; with the title of 1st in State, pictured at left, ECS junior, Miss Juliet Kama, 2nd in state, Miss Olivia Bryson and third
El Dorado Springs Baseball started district play on Tuesday, May 13, against the Stockton Tigers in a contest that was delayed three days due to weather. The Bulldogs prevailed in the game with a 6-5 victory. Logan Spencer got the start for the Bulldogs on the mound and threw three and two-thirds innings before turning
as the 2021 MCSAA State Track Top Point winners. Pictured, beginning at the left; Top Female Athlete overall in Division 1, Olivia Bryson, with 46 pts.; 5th place, Christian Steuck, 27 pts., 6th place, Daisha McNeill, 25 pts.; 9th place, Juliet Kama, 21 pts.; and Lucia Rogers, 10th place, 20 pts.
The MCSAA State Track Division 1 Top Athlete Honors were announced at Junge Stadium on Saturday evening, May 1, 2021. Athletes from Christian Schools across Missouri competed for two days at the State Track competition; points (which they earned placing in the top 10 in each event) were compiled and winners announced. El Dorado Christian
El Dorado Springs played Warsaw on Tuesday, May 11th and lost an extra inning affair 6-5 in eight innings. Gaven Morgan got the start for the Bulldogs on the mound going 4 innings, surrendering 5 runs on five hits, struck out four, while walking four. Dalton Adams took the loss, throwing three and a third
The El Dorado Springs Middle School track team competed in the Ozarks Highland Conference meet on May 3 at Buffalo. Both the girls and boys team finished as conference champions. The Middle School girls team finished first with 129 points. Lela Brown finished fifth in the 1600 meter run. Lainey Dody finished first in the