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Articles About Bulldogs girls cross country :: Page 4
Competing in blustery, rain-swept conditions, the Bulldogs boys track team put forth a solid effort at the London tri-meet on Tuesday, April 21, to come in second with 59 points. London won the meet with 93 points, and Fairbanks took third with 15.5.
The Yellow Springs High School distance runners dominated the Impson Cedarville Invitational on Saturday, April 11, by capturing first place in four events to help the team win 66 points overall for a fifth place finish.
Yellow Springs High School and McKinney School athletes were recognized by the school on Wednesday, Nov. 5, for their participation and performance in the fall sports program.
Last Saturday, Sept. 27, the YSHS boys soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to seven games with a 7–0 victory over the Newton Indians. The Bulldogs are now 5–0–2 in their last seven games, 7–3–3 overall.
The Bulldog football team lost 33–20 to the Marion Catholic Irish on Sept. 12, but came away from the game on Friday, Sept. 19, with an exciting 23–22 Homecoming victory against the Ridgemont Gophers.
The YSHS girls soccer team came out of the gates blazing this year to beat Urbana 3–1 in the first game on Thursday, Aug. 21, and take down Middletown Christian 5–3 on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Long time cross country head coach and assistant track coach Vince Peters was approved by the school board at its Aug. 14 meeting as the new Yellow Springs High School/McKinney School athletic director. Peters has coached running at the high school for 25 years.
Yellow Springs High School and McKinney School cross country, a good sport for fitness, fun and the competition of friendly rivalries, will begin its fall season on Monday, Aug. 4.
The boys distance runners carried the day again for Yellow Springs High School in the Division III Regional tournament last week at the University of Dayton’s Welcome Stadium.
The Bulldog boys track team won the Metro Buckeye Conference meet at Troy Christian on Friday, May 16, by an overwhelming margin over the seven other teams. Yellow Springs had 169 points, well ahead of Dayton Christian’s 113, and host Troy Christian’s 105.