Dec. 2, 2021 — Bulldog Sports Round-Up
- Published: December 1, 2021
HS girls split win, loss
The Yellow Springs High School girls basketball team opened the 2021–22 season with a loss Saturday, Nov. 20, against Newton High School. The final score in the nonconference contest was 45–37, according to the website of the Metro Buckeye Conference, of which Yellow Springs is a member.
The Bulldogs maintained a lead until the fourth quarter, when the Newton team, which calls itself the Indians, landed 22 points.
Scoring for Yellow Springs were senior Angie Smith, with 15 points, five assists and eight rebounds; junior Corinne Totty, with 12 points, two assists and 13 rebounds; senior Aaliyah Longshaw, with nine points and five rebounds; and freshman Tiger Collins, with one point and three rebounds.
With a day of rest between, the Bulldogs went back on the court Monday, Nov. 22, for a game against Cedarville High School, finishing on top with a final score of 48–43.
High scorer for the Bulldogs was Smith, with 32 points, three assists and eight rebounds. Also scoring were Totty, with eight points and six rebounds; Longshaw, with six points, three assists and five rebounds; and freshman Jocelyn Herring, with two points and two rebounds.
After a nearly two-week break, the squad is next scheduled to play Saturday, Dec. 4, against Mississinawa Valley, another nonconference opponent.
HS boys suffer loss
In their first official game of the 2021–22 season, the Yellow Springs High School varsity boys team took a loss in a nonconference contest Friday, Nov. 26, against Greenon. The final score for the away game was 51–44, according to the Metro Buckeye Conference website.
Scoring were senior DeAndre Cowen, with 16 points and seven rebounds; senior Nate Curtis, with 10 points, four assists and three rebounds; senior Cameron Harris, with 10 points and one rebound; freshman Javas McNair, with three points, three assists and seven rebounds; freshman Jason Knemeyer, with three points; and junior Eli Eyrich, with two points, five assists and 11 rebounds.
The Bulldogs were next scheduled for another nonconference game, this time at home, against the Trojans of Southeastern Local on Tuesday evening, Nov. 30. The results were not available at press time.
Bulldogs take to the lanes
In their season-opening match Monday, Nov. 22, the Bulldogs went up against the Middletown Christian Eagles. The final score was 2,014 pins for the Eagles and 1,519 for the Bulldogs, according to the website of the Metro Buckeye Conference, in which Yellow Springs is a member.
Max Sturgeon had the highest scores for Yellow Springs, with 190 pins in his first game and 179 in his second for a total of 369 and an average of 184.5. Other players rounding out the team include Isaac Grushon, Krishan Miller, Stephon Royalston and Brady Baker.
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