THE 2019 EHS VOLLEYBALL TEAM HONORED – The Bulldog Volleydogs were recognized at their awards ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 19. Receiving plaques were: (from left) Macie Mays – Most Improved Player, Most Inspirational, 2nd Team All District and 2nd Team All Conference; Tevi Gurley – Bulldog Award, Offensive Player of the Year, 1st Team All
OZARK HIGHLANDS BANNERS UP – Bulldog Athletic Director Jeremy showed the School Board the banner for El Dorado Springs and by Friday morning, the school maintenance crew had the banners for all conference members installed on the north wall of the upper gym.
by Head Coach Joel Braden The El Dorado Springs boys basketball team started practice last week with a new look. The team graduated five seniors from last year’s team (Trey Babcock, Donovan Collins, Orlando Guerrero, Shelby McKinney, and Tanner Witt). The graduates took leadership, size, strength and 30 points per game with them. The new-look
On Friday, the Sun interviewed Girls Basketball Head Coach Beau Swopes. Q. How’s your team this year? We are kind of low on numbers this year. We’ve got one senior. We don’t have any juniors. We will have three sophomores when Morgan Mitchell gets back from cross country. We will have six freshmen when Hannah
by Brian Goatley Friday the cross country teams were treated by a wonderful sendoff from the high school. It was pretty cool and the band did an awesome job leading them through the building. Thank you to all that were involved in planning it. The team greatly appreciated the honor. We were then escorted out
Abigail Klaiber – is the daughter of Josh and Penny Klaiber. Abigail and run crosscountry for the past three years. After high school Abigail plans to attend college to study elementary education.
by Head Coach Kelley Beckner The El Dorado Springs football season ended on Friday night against a familiar foe in Versailles. It was the third year in a row Versailles has ended ElDo’s year. The game started out to look like a dandy. Teams exchanged possessions and scores, with momentum shifting towards Versailles at the
LADY BUFFALOS WIN ALL STATE AWARDS – A trio of Lady Buffalos was presented MCSAA State Volleyball awards at the closing of the State finals in Joplin, Missouri on Saturday, October 26, 2019. ECS senior, Hailey Krehbiel (left) was named MCSAA 2nd Team All State, Jordanne Steuck, a junior at ECS was named MCSAA 1st
MISSING TEAM MEMBERS – ECS junior, Abigail Reasoner, #44, and her sister Breann, #25, traveled with their Lady Buffalo teammates to the 2019 MCSAA volleyball finals in Joplin the weekend of Oct. 26. Abigail and Breann were a part of the battle to the State finals on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 24 and 25. The
TWO MAKE ALL STATE – El Dorado Christian School had two athletes place in the top eight at the 2019 MCSAA State Cross Country Finals on Friday morning, Oct. 25. Brenton LeeMasters, an ECS sophomore, placed 6th in the varsity men’s division, and ECS Freshman, Olivia Bryson, placed 5th in the woman’s varsity division. Both