Feb. 10, 2022 | Bulldog Sports Round-Up
- Published: February 14, 2022
Boys add win
The Yellow Springs High School boys varsity team added another win to its record Tuesday, Feb. 1, after a conference game against Emmanuel Christian. The final score was 57–37, according to the Metro Buckeye Conference website.
Scoring for the Bulldogs were: senior DeAndre Cowen, with 22 points and eight rebounds; senior Malik Thomas, with 12 points and seven rebounds; senior Nate Curtis, with 11 points, eight assists and three rebounds; junior Eli Eyrich, with eight points, six assists and nine rebounds; senior Javas McNair, with two points and seven rebounds; and junior Jason Knemeyer, with two points and three rebounds.
Heading into this week, with three more games scheduled in regular season play, the Bulldogs were in second place in the Metro Buckeye Conference, with an 8–2 record in conference play and a 13–4 record for the season. Home conference games were scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 8, against Middletown Christian, and Wednesday, Feb. 9, against Legacy Christian Academy; and a nonconference away match is set for Feb., Sat. 12, against Ansonia.
Girls games postponed
The Yellow Springs High School girls varsity basketball team is set to conclude regular season play this week with two conference games rescheduled from last week.
A game against Legacy Christian Academy scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 1, was reset for Tuesday, Feb. 8; and a game against Dayton Christian scheduled Friday, Feb. 4, was postponed to Thursday, Feb. 10. No other games were scheduled last week, so the team remained 8–0 in conference play and 14–4 for the season as the Bulldogs went into Tuesday night’s contest.
Boys compete in Blue & Gold match
The Yellow Springs High School boys bowling squad participated in the Blue & Gold divisional challenge Saturday, Feb. 5, at Woodman Lanes in Beavercreek.
The Bulldogs finished 14th among the 16 schools competing. Of the 102 individual bowlers representing their teams, junior Krishan Miller finished 41st, with game scores of 175, 171 and 136 for a total of 482 pins. Coming up close behind were juniors Luka Sage-Frabotta (124, 121, 196; 441 total) and Lucas Tumblison (127,182,111; 440 total) in 49th and 50th place, respectively.
The boys were 3–5 in conference play and 4–8 for the season as they headed into this week, according to the Metro Buckeye Conference website. The girls did not compete last week, as a match scheduled Feb. 3 against Dayton Christian was canceled because of inclement weather. Their next match is set for Thursday, Feb. 10.