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Sports Section :: Page 38

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Rachele Orme chips onto the green at Locust Hills during matchplay last year (photo by Megan Bachman)

    On Wednesday, Sept. 8, the golf team hosted Bethel at Locust Hills golf course in Springfield. The team drove, chipped and putted their way through the course on a beautiful early fall day, ultimately losing the match by a score of 172–211.

  • Golf team gets into the swing

    Zeb Reichert chips onto the green at the third hole at Wednesday's match against Bethel at the Locust Hills Golf Course in Springfield. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    On Wednesday the Yellow Springs High School golf team hosted Bethel at Locust Hills golf course in Springfield. The team drove, chipped and putted their way through the course on a beautiful early fall day, ultimately losing the match by a score of 172-211.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    The Yellow Springs boys soccer team fell to Springfield Catholic 7–2 last Saturday, Sept. 4, at the school field, but the team put up a spirited battle. Shown above are, left, Bulldogs Eli Biggs and right, Mario Cosey, as they fought to keep control of the ball.

    In the varsity women’s race the Lady Bulldogs improved their season record with a 12th-place finish out of the 23 schools scoring. Ninth grader Talia Boutis, running in the squad’s second position, posted a new season best time of 24:23 while overcoming the challenges of the difficult Liberty Park course.

  • Sports Announcements

    Copper Cup soccer, the pre-kindergarten and kindergarten recreational league, will kick off this Saturday, Sept. 11, 10:30 a.m., at the Morgan Fields. Players do not need to be pre-registered. Bronze and Silver Cup play will also kick off this weekend.

  • Bulldog boys soccer falls to Irish

    Mario Cosey goes up for a header against a Springfield Catholic Central forward during Saturday's 7-2 loss. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Despite losing by a final score of 7-2 to Springfield Catholic Central on Saturday, the Yellow Springs High School boys soccer team kept the game close throughout most of the second half.

  • Schools lose football and students

    The decision of the Yellow Springs High School administration not to field a football team this fall for the first time since 1993 has impacted the school community. While the low number of players ultimately forced the program’s closure earlier this month, at least one local student has since chosen to transfer to a school with an active football team, and several others are considering doing the same.

  • Bulldog Sports Roundup

    The YSHS Bulldog boys soccer team opened its 2010 fall campaign with a 3–0 loss to the Chaminade-Julienne Eagles last Thursday, Aug. 26. Just five minutes into the match a careless Bulldog foul 20 yards in front of their own goal set up a direct free kick for the Eagles. Despite the wall of Bulldogs blocking the kick, Chaminade netted the goal to take the lead.

  • Sports Announcements

    The Yellow Springs Aquatic Club (the Seadogs) will hold an organizational meeting Tuesday, Sept. 7, 6 p.m., in the Yellow Springs Library meeting room. The group will elect officers and discuss grants, the yard sale, the survey and ways of making next year’s swim season even better.

  • Sports Announcements

    Zach McHugh and Lois Miller won this year’s 26th Annual Village Fun Run. McHugh, a Yellow Springs High School junior, beat a hasty path around the Yellow Springs course to improve from a third-place finish in 2009 to win the event in 11:21. Team Captains Mitchell Brickson and Gabe Amrhein placed second and third overall.

  • Sports Announcements

    Registration for the Yellow Springs youth recreational soccer leagues will be held at the Morgan Building fields on Saturday, Aug. 28, beginning at 10:30 a.m. A skills clinic and evaluation will follow at 11 a.m. All first- through eighth-grade boys and girls interested in playing should attend.