The Lions of District 26-M6 are preparing the thirty-seventh annual Lions All-Star Twin Classic Basketball games to be played this Saturday, June 11, in the Neosho High School Athletic Center. The games feature outstanding senior athletes from public and private schools, in McDonald, Newton, Jasper, Barton, Cedar, Dade, Lawrence and Barry Counties in southwest Missouri.
Feeling blessed that they are able to compete, the following ECS track athletes advanced to the 2016 National Track Meet held at Plaster Stadium on the Southwest Baptist University Campus on Friday, May 13, 2016. Each athlete competed in their designated age group. Results; Sophia Bryson, 1st in 50 yard dash (9 sec. flat), 1st
The Sun interviewed Lance Molz after the Bulldog track awards cereremony about his success at the state track meet Saturday. Q. I noticed that you are limping tonight. Did you hurt your foot in the 200? Something like that. Q. Did it affect you running so many times? Definitely. Q. What was it like winning
At the Baseball awards ceremony Tuesday evening, (from left) Colton Collins received the Rising Star Award. Head Coach Jarrod Mays gave awards to Jacob Holder tie for Highest Fielding Percentage with his .962. Wyatt Graves won the Dirt Bag award for doing everything right. Jake Schieffer won two awards – one for Most Complete Player
At the Track awards ceremony Tuesday evening, Coaches Brian Goatley and Josh Smith handed out plaques to (from left) Lance Molz – Most Valuable Runner – Male, Tessa Durnell – Most Valuable Runner – Female, Brendon Parshall – Most Valuable Field Events Athlete – Male, Shelby McKinney – Bulldog Award – Male, Abby Cartwright –
ECHS – boy’s track team placed first at the 2016 MOKAN Conference Track Meet on Monday, May 9. Pictured; left to right, Noah Marsh, Drew Steuck, Brayden Housh, Ryan Owens, Colten Pike, Bryce Walker. Front row, Brenton LeeMasters, Josiah Batson and Seth McKinney; Inserted photo, Eli Daniel. MOKAN track results guys; Colten Pike, 1st in
Track season for the Lady Buffalo’s came to a close on May 13, 2016, at the ISAAC Track Finals in Overland Park, KS. Chaney (right) ran her last race as a Lady Buffalo. Tears of happiness and sorrow were felt throughout the team. Chaney went out in style. She won gold in the 200m.
The ECS Buffalos ended their 2016 track season at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS, on Friday, May 13. They finished strong at the ISAAC track meet, placing second. Pictured with Running Coach Kevin King (left) and Head Coach Dr. Mike Housh, (far right), are (front row) Eli Daniel, Hunter Malensek, Kane Caldwell,
Four girls from El Dorado Christian School were awarded MOKAN All Conference High Point medals. They are (from left) Jordanne Steuck, Chaney Housh, Abigail Batson and Mindy Harper.