We are taking an opportunity to try to get students back into a routine, and to get them active. First and foremost our number one priority is the safety of our students. If you do not feel comfortable sending your kid(s) during this time, please refrain from doing so. We ask that all students please
HIGHEST HONORABLE MENTION – Tevi Gurley (left) and Reese Schaaf have been selected to prepvolleyball.com’s Soph 79 Highest Honorable Mention list. This is a nationwide list. There are six teams total. The Sophomores 79 includes the top 79 Sophomores in the nation. Then, the next 70 players are selected to the Highest Honorable Mention team,
Kelley Beckner Bulldog Head Football Coach Players and parents…Yesterday, I sent out a ParentSquare with a link to our new google classroom for all weights/PE/Health students…as well as for all our athletes. Please join the google classroom to follow various workouts you can be doing at home during this time of isolation. We can only
2019-20 BOYS BASKETBALL AWARDS – Members of the RII Boys Basketball Team were recognized by Head Coach Joel Braden at their awards ceremony on Thursday, March 5. (from left) Ian Esry – Free throw Percentage (72%) and Most Valuable Player; Brayden Housh – Bulldog Award; Clayton Collins – Defensive Award; Kaden Burley – Most Improved.
by Head Coach Beau Swopes Last week the Lady Bulldogs competed in the District tournament. The Lady Bulldogs entered the tournament as the number one seed and would face off against the number 8 seed Warsaw Lady Wildcats. The Lady Bulldogs started out slow, but were able to take an early lead into the second
by Head Basketball Coach Joel Braden The El Dorado Springs Boy’s Basketball team finished the conference season Monday by hosting the Sherwood Marksmen. The Bulldogs took control of the game early and held a 28-14 halftime lead. El Dorado continued to expand the lead in the second half and came away with a 58-35 win.
DISTRICT VOLLEYEBALL HONORS – Coach Ashley Rogers introduced her players to the board who had received District honors: (from left) Reese Schaaf, Tevi Gurley, Dani Ogle and Brooke Ehlers. Photo by Dr. Christian
Five Bulldog wrestlers advance to state Bulldogs competed in the Class 1 District 2 tournament on 2/14 and 2/15. The boys competed very well coming in 7th on the team side. Individually Blayze McCullough took 2nd, Josh Haberle took 4th, Trey Graves took 2nd, Ethan Parshall took 4th, and Montana Hacker took 3rd. All 5
KENLEY WIDENER is the daughter of Tom Widener and Kensey Esry and the grandaughter of Kent and Connie Esry. Kenley has played basketball for the past two years of high school. She plans to attend the nursing program at Crowder College in Nevada. MADISON HACKER is the daughter of Beth Hacker and Roger Hammergren and