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Lady Cats claim wins at North Callaway

Posted on October 14, 2014 at 12:17 pm

Both Lady Cat volleyball teams brought home wins Tuesday from North Callaway. The JV won in two, with scores of 25-20 and 25-12. The varsity girls also won in two, 25-25 and 25-22. “We were in a very loud gym; it was their senior night,” said head coach Erin VanDyke. “The girls started a little slow, but picked up momentum after Kara Meyer went on a serving streak that took

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  • Volleyball fights hard, falls to Centralia

    Posted on October 14, 2014 at 12:15 pm

    While the Lady Cats fought a hard game, it ultimately wasn’t quite enough to seal the win against the visiting Centralia last Monday. On the other hand, the JV Lady Cats took home a victory in two games with scores of 25-21 and 25-14. “The varsity Lady Cats started off strong in their first game, pulling ahead 6-0 before losing the serve,” explained head coach Erin VanDyke. “The played very well

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  • Bobcats claim win in Montgomery City

    Posted on October 14, 2014 at 12:14 pm

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    The Bobcats have once again improved their record for this season, moving to 7-1 after a 66-6 victory at Montgomery County Friday night. Bowling Green was on top of its game Friday, leading the Wildcats the entire contest. “Our Offensive Line played well again as they have all year. Coach Calhoun is doing a fantastic job with those guys making sure they are ready week in and week out. With

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  • Lady Cats win Conference crown over North Callaway

    Posted on October 14, 2014 at 12:00 pm

    An impressive effort by rockstar pitcher Madison Ingram hoisted the Bowling Green Lady Cats to a 2-1 win, and the Conference title, in an extra inning over North Callaway last Monday “I credit the win to the whole BG Lady Cat team, it was a great team win and we showed a lot of character throughout that game,” said head coach Dean Streed. “The attitude was heightened that game, the girls

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  • Lady Cats named All Conference

    Posted on October 14, 2014 at 11:59 am

    Congratulations to BGHS’s first team All-Conference Lady Cats: (P) Madison Ingram, (OF) Madeline Kinkade and Alyssa Starks, (INF) Breanna Bixby, and (UTIL) Destiny Lindsay! Congratulations, also, to the second team All-Conference Lady Cats: Anah Noble and Lauren Merz. Great job, girls!

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  • XC teams place at Orchard Farm Invitational – Lagemann breaks school record

    Posted on October 14, 2014 at 11:53 am

    Last Thursday proved to be a good day to be a Bobcat, as both varsity cross country teams placed at the Orchard Farm Invitational meet. Both the varsity girls and boys teams claimed a third place title at the met. BGHS senior Philip Lagemann broke the school record with a time of 16:21 and earned first place overall. “We had some of our fastest times of the year at this

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  • Lady Cats take District Championship over Louisiana

    Posted on October 14, 2014 at 11:41 am

    Congratulations to the BGHS Lady Cats softball team on claiming the District Championship title. The Lady Cats battled Highway 54 rival Louisiana Saturday for the crown and won 2-1. Pictured (from left): back row: Head Coach Dean Streed, Lauren Merz, Katelyn Charlton, Katie McMorris, Destiny Lindsay, Madison Ingram, Taylor Schneidler, Deanna Taylor, Assistant Coach Taylor Lewis; middle row: Mallory Feldewerth, Gracey Lewis, Elise Bailey, Alyssa Starks, Brynn Orf, Anah Noble; front row: Seana Schilling, Katy Horner, Breanna Bixby, Madeline Kinkade, Shelby Grummel, and Abbey Moore.

    As has become the trend, it was an ace performance by Madison Ingram that played a huge part in lifting the Lady Cats to a 2-1 win in seven innings over Louisiana on Saturday at Memorial Field, Louisiana, for the District Championship title. The Lady Bulldogs couldn’t get anything going so long as Ingram was on the hill. They managed just one hit off of the Lady Cat pitcher, who

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