• Thursday was a great day for Tailor Hutsell, as Hutsell tossed a shutout to carry the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity to an 11-0 victory over Buffalo in six innings. • The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity’s Hutsell kept Buffalo off the scoreboard for all six innings she was in the circle. She pitched
• The El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity beat Nevada 6-3 in seven innings on Monday in Nevada behind Breanna Rhoads, who collected three hits. • Tailor Hutsell struck out 10 hitters en route to the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity win. Hutsell allowed two earned runs on two hits and three walks over seven innings.
VOLLEYDOGS LOOKING UP – Kayla Collins setting the ball during the match against Pierce City. Also in the picture, #21 Tiffany Nikodim, #7 Jenna Fritts and #10 Kelsey Thomas. The VolleyDogs will play the Osceola Indians at home Thursday, Aug. 25, beginning at 6 p.m.
by Ashley Rogers, head coach Our Red and Black Scrimmage was held Wednesday, Aug. 17. I was very pleased with my girls. They put forth a lot of effort and gave a great preview to our season. These girls have a lot of potential and I anticipate them doing great things this year. We hosted
We recently held our annual match play tournament at Gene Pray Memorial Golf Course. We had 32 entrants this year. The top finishers were: A-flight 1st place -Cliff Heitz, 2nd-David Maus, 3rd-Brian Bruce; B-flight 1st place- Ed LaPreze, 2nd – Steve Wiseman, 3rd- Nick Bland; C-flight 1st place- Charles Boultinghouse 2nd- Riley Julian 3rd- Neil
The Stockton Tigers defeated the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs 34-14 to win the Cedar County Bowl in the 2016 season opener. Stockton opened up the game with a nine-play scoring drive to jump out to an early 8-0 lead. The Bulldogs responded by driving into Stockton territory where a botched snap gave the ball back
An all-around effort led the El Dorado Springs Bulldogs Varsity past Walnut Grove (MO) 7-3 Monday evening in Ash Grove. It was the first win as a head coach for Julie Shelby the new coach of the Bulldogs. · Tailor Hutsell was strong at the plate and on the rubber in carrying the El Dorado
BULLDOG CROSS COUNTRY – Boys: Tyler Goatley, Wyatt Cartwright, Brendon Parshall, Caleb Mooney, Nick Raddatz, Garrin McCullick and Matthew Reddick. Girls: Michaela Trotter, Ashley Knoll, Emily Ring, Abby Cartwright, Sarah King, Emily Sutton and Abby Klaiber.
BULLDOG VOLLEYBALL – 1-Taylor York, 2-Keili Tough, 3-Riley Jeffries, 4-Brittany Stevens, 5-Kinlee Ihde, 6-China Young, 7-Jenna Fritts, 8-Tori Rawlings, 10-Kelsey Thomas, 11-Kayla Collins, 12-Mikayla Loane, 13-Alexis Tough, 15-Madi Scott, 20-Taylor Robison, 21-Tiffany Nikodim, 22-Catelind Cooper, 25-Courtney Templin, 32-Emmee Jamison, 33-Kenley Widener, 35-Maggi Medley, Ambrosia Nations. Head coach: Ashley Rogers and Assistant coach: Stephanie Allen.
BULLDOG SOFTBALL – Tailor Hutsell, Anyssa Salazar, Breanna Rhoads, Marlie Woodruff, Paige Esry, Amy Ford, Payton Babcock, Jace Cundiff, Kortney Farris, Pyper Gonterman-Helm, Makenzie Melton, Alyson Snodgrass, Kaitlynn Herbst, Gabby Sieleman, Brooke Larsen, Madison Hacker, Laney Long, Allison Worrell and Katie Stevens. Head coach: Julie Shelby and Assistant coach: Holly Gemes.