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  • June 1 — Bulldog Sport Round-up

    For many high school seniors, graduating high school means finally saying goodbye to the responsibilities that come with being in school.

  • May 15 — Bulldog Sports Round-up

    YSHS track and field coach John Gudgel stood behind the podium in the YSHS gym on Monday evening at the spring sports banquet, where he gave parents, coaches and student athletes an overview of the track team’s accomplishments. Coach Isabelle Dierauer handed out individual awards to members of the team. Also represented at the banquet were the tennis, softball, baseball and McKinney track teams. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    As it often is, the gymnasium at Yellow Springs High School was recently a place of celebration and athletic good cheer.

  • YSHS bowlers mingle with big time

    The YSHS bowling team was one of 52 teams crammed into Beaver-Vu lanes last week as part of tournament hosted by Wright State University’s bowling program. So packed was the tournament that spectators brought stepping stools and homemade periscopes. Coach Matt Cole said that organizers were very happy to introduce a first-year team into the fold. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    When pulling up to a bowling alley, one does not normally expect to have to park at an ancillary lot a few buildings away or navigate the sardine-tight crowd inside the bowling alley.

  • October 27 — Bulldog Sport Round-up

    above: McKinney Middle School runner Pete Freeman (4749) ran the two-mile race as part of last week’s Yellow Springs Invitational, hosted by Young’s Dairy. The McKinney Middle School and YSHS cross-country team also took part in the meet, running boys’ and girls’ 5Ks. Freeman finished with a time of 13:18. Below: The YSHS boys Bulldogs ran among the pack of hundreds of other runners in the Yellow Springs Invitational. Over 35 schools competed in the meet, with hundreds of runners per race. (photos by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    Bulldog Sport Round-up — October 27, 2016