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On Wednesday, Feb. 27, the boys varsity Bulldogs traveled to Troy High School to take on Springfield Catholic Central in the team’s first postseason game. The Bulldogs started strong and held the Irish to a 5–5 tie for most of the first quarter. But despite the scoring efforts of Andrew Clark and DeAndre Cowen, who contributed 14 and 11 points respectively, and strong play from the entire team, the Catholic Central Irish pulled ahead in the second quarter and maintained an insurmountable lead for the rest of the game. “We were just a couple of plays from staying in that game — couple of made shots, couple of loose balls, couple of rebounds,” said Bulldogs head coach Bobby Crawford. But ultimately the YS boys came up short, losing to a strong Catholic Central team 53–33, and finishing their season. Right: Trey Anderson passes to an open Dmitri Wallace,  while Andrew Clark evades the Catholic Central defense. (Photo by Eleanor Anderson)

On Wednesday, Feb. 27, the boys varsity Bulldogs traveled to Troy High School to take on Springfield Catholic Central in the team’s first postseason game. The Bulldogs started strong and held the Irish to a 5–5 tie for most of the first quarter. But despite the scoring efforts of Andrew Clark and DeAndre Cowen, who contributed 14 and 11 points respectively, and strong play from the entire team, the Catholic Central Irish pulled ahead in the second quarter and maintained an insurmountable lead for the rest of the game. “We were just a couple of plays from staying in that game — couple of made shots, couple of loose balls, couple of rebounds,” said Bulldogs head coach Bobby Crawford. But ultimately the YS boys came up short, losing to a strong Catholic Central team 53–33, and finishing their season. Right: Trey Anderson passes to an open Dmitri Wallace, while Andrew Clark evades the Catholic Central defense. (Photo by Eleanor Anderson)

March 7, 2019 Bulldog sports round-up

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Winter sports awards handed out

Winter sports season has ended, and the district and individual teams celebrated their accomplishments Thursday evening, Feb. 28, at the high school.

Conference awards

• The Metro Buckeye Conference, or MBC, Sportsmanship Team: Finn Bledsoe, Jude Meekin, Tariq Muhammad, Kevin Wagner and Haneefah Jones.

• MBC Sportsmanship Second Team: Finn Bledsoe and Aaliyah Longshaw.

• MBC First Team (girls swimming): 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle — Natalie Galarza; 100 freestyle — Eden Spriggs.

• MBC Player of the Year (girls basketball) — freshman Angie Smith, with 500-plus points and No. 1 at 24.5 points per game.

• MBC Runner up Player of the Year (boys basketball) — senior Andrew Clark, with 983 career points and No. 1 at 17.5 points per game.

• MBC Coach of the Year in Girls Swimming — Bradley Martin.

District level awards

• 400 free relay — Natalie Galarza, Jude Meekin, Sara Zendlovitz and Eden Spriggs.

• 200 free — Natalie Galarza.

• 100 fly — Eden Spriggs.

• 200 IM and 100 free — David Walker.

• Angie Smith — First Team District 15 and Runner Up Player of the Year.

• Tim Minnich — Runner Up Coach of the Year.

• Andrew Clark — Dayton Daily News Divison 4 All Area Third Team.

• Penn Station Athlete of the Month Nominees: fall — Tyler Linkhart, and  winter — Andrew Clark.

• Ohio High School Athletic Association, or OHSAA, Scholar Athlete Scholarship Finalists: Dylan Rainey, Alex Ronnebaum, David Walker and Sara Zendlovitz.

• OHSAA Archie Griffin Sportsman-
ship — Sara Zendlovitz.

• OHSAA Courageous Student Award — Tariq Muhammad.

Team awards

• Varsity boys basketball: lettered — Andrew Clark; Coaches Award — Trey Anderson; Bulldog Award — Clark.

• Varsity girls basketball: Coaches Award — Haneefah Jones; Bulldog
Award — Angie Smith.

• Varsity boys swimming: lettered — David Walker and Harper Mesure; Coaches Award — Mesure; Bulldog Award — Walker.

• Varsity girls swimming: lettered — Jude Meekin, Eden Spriggs and Sara Zendlovitz; Coaches Award — Galarza; Bulldog Award — Spriggs.

• Varsity cheer: Coaches Award — Anna Millar; Bulldog Award — Hailey Qualls.

• Varsity boys bowling: Coaches
Award — Sam Nielsen; Bulldog Award — Davin Bush.

• Varsity girls bowling: Coaches Award — Kira Henrickson; Bulldog Award — Steph Burks.

• JV boys basketball: Coaches Award — Cameron Harris; Bulldog Award — Kaden Bryan.

• JV cheer: Coaches Award — Rosemary Burmester; Bulldog Award — Bre Wallace.

• Eighth-grade girls basketball: Coaches Award — Violet Babb; Bulldog Award — Corinne Totty.

• Seventh-grade boys basketball: Coaches Award — Sam Miller; Bulldog Award — Isaac Grushon.

• Eighth-grade boys basketball: Coaches Award — Eli Eyrich; Bulldog Award — Jason Knemeyer.

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