December 5, 2019 Bulldog sports round-up
- Published: December 5, 2019
Boys bowl another win
The Bulldogs boys varsity team played Miami Valley School on Monday, Dec. 2, at BeaverVu Lanes. The team came away with their second win of the season. Finn Bledsoe led the boys with a game high of 195 and a two-game series high of 380.
The Bulldogs were very consistent in their play and won both matches 720–611 and 715–622.
The Baker games were also won, with totals of 288–241 pins for the two games.
The team’s next match is against Middletown at BeaverVu Lanes on Monday, Dec. 9. Varsity and reserve boys and varsity girls all will play.
—Sharon Noeth Miller, coach
Bulldog girls trounce Jefferson
The Bulldogs went up against Jefferson Township on Tuesday, Nov. 26, handily winning 61–27 on Jefferson’s court.
Standout players were sophomore Angie Smith, who had 21 points, eight rebounds and six steals; sophomore Aaliyah Longshaw, with nine points and six rebounds; junior Annlynn Foster, with 11 points, seven rebounds and six steals; and junior Haneefah Jones, with nine points and five rebounds.
A highlight in play came in the third quarter, when Yellow Springs outscored Jefferson 17–2, putting the game at 50–19.
The girls team is currently 2-–0 for the season, and 1–0 in conference play.
—Nick Minnich, coach
First meet shows promise
The YSHS swim team had a great first meet of the season at the Miami East High School Invitational. The meet started off strong with a third-place finish in the 200 medley relay for Carina Basora, Devyn Deal, Annlynn Foster and Natalie Galarza. Other top-five finishes include:
• 200 freestyle — Natalie Galarza, first place;
• 200 individual medley — Devyn Deal, fourth place;
• 500 freestyle — Natalie Galarza, first place;
• 200 freestyle relay — Samantha Snyder, Malaya Booth, Annlynn Foster, Natalie Galarza, fourth place;
• 100 breaststroke — Devyn Deal, fourth place.
• 50 butterfly — Annlynn Foster, first place;
• 50 backstroke — Carina Basora, second place.
• 50 breaststroke — Malaya Booth, third place.
Overall, the girls placed fourth at the meet out of six teams.
—Ashley Mangen, coach