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The EMO Conference recently named three Bowling Green High School baseball players All-Conference. Congratulations to the following all conference baseball players: Brian Moore – First Team, Alex Roy – Second Team, Jake Niemeyer – Second Team.
The Bowling Green High School track teams did not disappoint at Saturday’s Class 3 Sectional 2 competition. The meet was held at Mexico High School, with 29 men’s teams and 28 women’s teams involved. The Bobcats placed 15th out of 29. The Lady Cats showed once again that they have what it takes to make it to the top, placing 3rd out of their 28 competing teams. “Both team performed
The Lady Cats track team has had nothing short of an impressive season. They continued this trend last weekend at the sectional meet in Mexico. Of the girls competing under the BGHS title, four of them were involved in shattering school records. “I can’t ever remember a meet in my 15 years at Bowling Green that we had four school records set in one meet,” said head coach Matt Chance.
Summer softball camp is rapidly approaching. Those interested can use the following information to jump on the band wagon. All three camps days will run from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Little Lady Cats (k-5): May 27 through 29 BGHS Camp*: June 3 through 5 *All athletes entering grades nine through 12 for the 2013-2014 school year are welcome. The cost for the camp is $25 and each participant will
Bowling Green High School is proudly sending four runners and jumpers to the state track meet this weekend. This will be the first state trip for some of the team members in their events. “The state meet has a great atmosphere. Kylie Conrow will be making her 3rd straight trip to state and Courtney Kadlec qualified in 2010 so these athletes know what to expect,” explained head BGHS track coach
The Silex owls should have known better than to challenge the Bobcats on their home field. With a final score of 9-8, the Bobcats defended their turf against the neighboring county’s rivals. The Bobcats nailed seven hits, six RBIs, and got six walks. Bowling Green tallied three strike outs against teh Owls’ nine. BGHS’s boys earned themselves 17 (51.5 percent) quality at bats. Check out the rest of the game’s
Paired against six area teams, the Bobcats proved that they are a force to be reckoned with on the track and field. Although official overall team scores were not kept, Bowling Green placed first in several of the events on both the men’s and women’s side. In addition to doing well as a team, Kylie Conrow, Emily Schuckenbrock, Lauren Sparks, and Caitlin McClain shattered the BGHS standing 4×400 record by
As usual, Bowling Green High School track did not disappoint. At Saturday’s district competition in Mexico, the Lady Cats placed first amongst 15 other teams, bringing home the first district title since 1973. The Bobcats placed eighth, just behind Boonville. A total of 15 BGHS runners and jumpers qualified for sectionals, earning them the all-district title. See the stats from the district match inside this week’s edition of the Bowling
Top 4 in all events qualify for Sectionals at Mexico on Saturday School Records Broken at Districts: High Jump – Courtney Kadlec 5’1 Sectional Qualifiers and All District (Below) Girls Sectional Qualifiers: High Jump – Courtney Kadlec Long Jump – Kylie Conrow & Courtney Kadlec Triple Jump – Kylie Conrow & Courtney Kadlec 4 x 800 Relay (Amber Berg, Sierra St. Aubyn, Madison St. Aubyn, Chloe Hays) 100 hurdles
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