For the first time, at least in recent memory, Bulldog Head Football Coach Derek Scroggins scheduled a midnight scrimmage instead of the usual Red/Black Scrimmage just to create interest and do something different. Maybe 100 Bulldog supporters showed up for the 55 minute event and so did the pleasant temperatures which the players and fans
Teacher assignments for elementary students are posted on the doors to the main entrance of the elementary school (just off the circle drive) on Saturday, July 2, 2016. Class assignments will not appear in the newspapers. Thank you.
On Friday, July 15, Van Dyk’s Karate student and Team SWAT Member Hunter Malensek and his father, Robert, traveled to Austin, TX, so Hunter could compete in the WMO USA National Championships. Pictured are Hunter Malensek and Instructor Riaan Van Dyk Saturday’s Tournament was a great one for Hunter. He put forth a valiant effort
During the Bulldog Varsity summer camp last week, those who might be a candidate for running back participated in this drill where each cone on the ground represented an opposing tackler. The objective was to rip through the opposition.
Santa Paula Bulldogs defeated Nixa Red Eagles, Lebanon Smoking Aces and a combined team from Camendton, Lebanon and Hermitage called The Chain Gang. Their record is currently 12 and 6. The Bulldogs overcame a four to nothing deficit with 7 runs in the top of the 5th to take the tournament. Special thanks to Santa
This week, on Monday the Junior High players were on the practice field and the High School players were in the weight room. Here the young players got to do a fun exercise kinda like Ultimate Frisbee – catch the ball and take no more than two steps before throwing it. Tuesday’s rain chased everybody
by Kassy Van Dyk On Saturday, June 25, Team SWAT traveled to Tulsa, OK, to compete in the 22nd Annual Whirlwind Karate Classic sanctioned by the Oklahoma Karate Association. Martial artists from Kansas City to Austin, TX, and Wichita, KS, to Little Rock, AR, gathered to compete in what has become a great tournament of
This young ball player gets in some T-Ball practice as the season winds down and officially ends on June 30. There were a little over 300 children who participated this year. There were five Major Boys teams, three Major Girls teams, six Minor Boys teams, four Minor Girls teams, six Coaches Pitch teams and six
The Santa Paula Bulldogs won 1st place at Joplin in the 13 and under division. This is the second championship they have won. They have two more tournaments to finish out the season. (From left bottom row) Garrett Lievens, Jayson Adams, Gavin Morgan, Daniel Minehardt and Seth Minehardt; (from left, top row) Coach Scott Robison,
Football team young but looking good After the first two-week session of summer football camp, El Dorado Springs Head Football Coach Derek Scroggins is upbeat and positive about his young football team. On Friday, he told the Sun, “It’s gone really well. We are going to be really young this year and inexperienced.” “We started