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  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    The YSHS football team lost 51–6 to Toronto High School on Friday, Sept. 18.

    Bulldog Roland Newsome brought down Toronto’s kickoff at their 30-yard line, but the visitors scored in the first three minutes of the game. That was followed by four touch downs in the first quarter.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    The Lady Bulldog soccer team lost 6–1 to a Sidney Lehman powerhouse on Saturday, Sept. 5, in which Anna Karling Khan scored the team’s only goal, unassisted. The Yellow Springs team then lost 3–0 to Dayton Christian on Tuesday, Sept. 8, when keeper Katie Triplett held back the Warriors with dozens of saves and Lucy Callahan had a near-miss on a goal.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    The Yellow Springs High School girls soccer team lost 3–0 to Miami Valley on Saturday, Aug. 29, and then fell hard at 9–0 against Tecumseh on Monday, Aug. 31. The scores did not tell the whole story, however, and Monday’s game appeared more balanced than Saturday’s. The girls start their season off 0–2.

  • Not quite game

    The Yellow Springs High School football team took to the field Saturday, Aug. 22, during a weekend of scrimmages to kick off the high school’s fall sports season. Yellow Springs quarterback Ryan Newsome with the paw print helmet stretched his legs for several touchdowns against Bethel, but eventually took a 25–19 loss to the Bees. The Bulldogs next host Bradford on Friday, Aug. 28, at 7:30 p.m. for a special alumni night game. More sports are on page 10 of this week's issue.

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  • A real kicker

    The Bulldogs started off the 2009 football season with a scrimmage against Bethel on Saturday, Aug. 22. Quarterback Ryan Newsome carried for a gain above, but Belmont came back stronger to beat the ’Dogs 25–19.

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  • Footballers to meet

    For those who are interested in participating in the Yellow Springs High School football program this year but missed last week’s mandatory meeting for parents and players, the coaches will hold two more meetings before the season starts. The meetings will take place on Sundays, July 19 and 26, at 7 p.m. on the second floor of the Bryan Community Center.

  • Footballers to meet

    The Yellow Springs High School football program will hold a mandatory meeting for parents and players interested in participating in the upcoming season. The meeting will take place on Sunday, July 19, at 7 p.m. on the second floor of the Bryan Community Center.

  • Football to continue in ‘09

    Yellow Springs High School will field a football team next fall, YSHS Principal John Gudgel announced at the Nov. 13 meeting of the Yellow Springs board of education. “We feel confident that we will have enough players,” Gudgel said.

  • Zagory gets a kick out of football

    YSHS Class of 2004 valedictorian Aaron Zagory is the place kicker for the Stanford University football team. He is pictured here with his sister, Jessica Zagory, during a visit in Palo Alto, Calif.

    As the argument about the value of retaining a football program at Yellow Springs High School raged on in the community forum pages of the News in recent weeks, one of the school’s graduates was steady as a rock, kicking field goals and extra points for the Stanford University football team.

  • YSHS Fall Sports Awards

    The fall Bulldog sports season’s most valuable players, among many other athletes, were honored at the Yellow Springs High School fall sports award ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 5. First row (left to right): Briana Ayers (seventh grade volleyball); Maryah Martin (eighth grade volleyball); Paloma Wiggins (McKinney cross country); Maiya Hodge (cheerleading); Hanna Kumbusky (cross country); second row: Crystal Reedy (volleyball); Asa Casenhiser (soccer); Raphael Allen (football); Jacob GunderKline (cross country); Ryder Comstock (soccer).

    Yellow Springs High School and McKinney School athletes were recognized by the school on Wednesday, Nov. 5, for their participation and performance in the fall sports program.

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