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  • Bulldog Sports round-up

    Yellow Springs High School students have been staying warm this winter shooting hoops. At left, senior Kody McDonald contributed to the 67–41 Bulldog win last Friday, Feb. 19, over Xenia Christian on Senior Night; on the right, Amber Dudgeon led the Lady Bulldogs in scoring against Troy Christian on Thursday, Feb. 18, but her team lost 42–25.

    Two YSHS swimmers qualified at the district meet at Miami University last Friday and Saturday to advance to the Div. II state meet, to be held this weekend in Canton. Taylor Ford, Erika Chick and Elizabeth Malone represented Yellow Springs and brought home two wins for the school.

  • Bulldog Sports round-up

    Swimmers advance to districts The YSHS swim team traveled to Trotwood High School to compete in the Div. II sectional tournament on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 12 and 13. Three swimmers qualified for the district tournament this weekend at Miami University, including Taylor Ford, Elizabeth Malone and Erika Chick, who broke two of her own […]

  • Girls basketball loses two

    The Lady Bulldogs basketball team suffered another tough loss against Jefferson, 45–35 on Monday, Feb. 1, and then lost to Middletown Christian, 40–31, on Thursday, Feb. 4.

  • Boys basketball team wins for fun

    Tied with Emmanuel Christian for number one in the Metro Buckeye Conference and holding up a 12–2 record three-fourths of the way through the season, this year’s Yellow Springs High School boys varsity basketball team has raised eyebrows. Having steadily improved their record each year since suffering a 3–16 season in 2007, the Bulldogs are charging into tournament time with ambitious sights set on state.

  • Two local swimmers aim for state

    Imagine a place where the air is hot and humid and the water is ice cold. The smell of chlorine fills the air along with the sounds of splashing water, buzzers, bells and sometimes even guns echoing through the natatorium. Hundreds of people, from swimmers, coaches, timers, officials and spectators, line the pool deck and bleachers.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    The Yellow Springs boys varsity basketball team bested league foe Dayton Christian 64–58 on the road on Friday, Jan. 29. The Bulldogs outscored the Warriors 44–29 in the second half to remain undefeated in the Metro Buckeye Conference, with a season record of 10–1.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    The YSHS boys basketball team tucked another win under its belt last week, overwhelming Miami Valley 62–32 on Friday, Jan. 22. The league win put the Bulldogs up 9–1 for the season and 6–0 in the Metro Buckeye Conference, where they currently stand in first place, one game ahead of Emmanuel Academy.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    The YSHS boys baksetball team was sailing through the season answering to no one until the Bulldogs went up against the Cedarville Indians on Saturday, Jan. 16, and had their first loss of the season 69–49.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Before the holiday break, the Yellow Springs girls basketball team lay down for Dayton Christian in a conference defeat 48–37 on Dec. 21. The loss puts the Lady Bulldogs at 3–3 to start the new year. Recreational youth basketball for girls and boys will begin Saturday, Jan. 9 at the John Bryan Community Center Gym, and will continue on Saturdays through March 6. The league is free and open to all community girls and boys.

  • Alumni tourney winners

    YSHS basketball alumni tournament champions for 2009 were alumni from the class of 2004: from left are Dustin Rudegeair, Rory Hotaling, Jordan Skinner, Anthony Brandon, Aaron Cobb, Brandon Frye and Donovan Boddie.

    This year’s Yellow Springs High School alumni basketball tournament ended in another battle between the classes of 2004 and 2002–2003, with the class of ’04 winning for the second consecutive year. The 2004 team was led by Jordan Skinner, Anthony Brandon, and Rory Hotaling, all of whom made the all-tournament team.

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