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The Bowling Green High School Bobcats battled back and forth against Fulton Saturday night, each vying for the third place title at Montgomery County’s tournament. Eventually turnovers told the tale, and the Bobcats fell 66-63. “[I’m] proud of the effort,” said head coach Greg Williams. “Turnovers cost us the game, and we will practice to correct this.” The Bobcats averaged about half-and-half on most of their shots; 56 percent on
Bowling Green’s Lady Cats struck gold as they faced off against Montgomery County at their own tournament last week, allowing them to advance in play. A Wednesday night fall versus Fulton put the girls in the running for third place. Lady Cats defeat Wildcats Lady ‘Cats – 56 Wildcats – 12 Tara Schuckenbrock led the way during the Montgomery County bout with 17 points, six rebounds, and five
The Bowling Green High School Bobcats faced off against three all-star teams last week at Montgomery County, who was hosting their annual tournament. Tuesday night, BG fought in a bout with New Haven and came out victorious, allowing them to advance to the second round. During Thursday’s qualifying game against Mexico, the Bobcats suffered a mere two-point loss, pinning them in the third place game against Fulton Saturday night.
The BGHS Lady Cats battled some of the best teams in the area last week during the Montgomery County tournament. Friday night capped their achievement as they claimed third place, beating Mexico. “Overall, I’m very proud of the way we fought the entire game,” head coach Bryan Keim said. “It was great experience for us to have to play such a tight game against a tough opponent.” With a close final
The 2013-2014 Bobcats basketball cheerleaders are Kayla Perkins, Miranda Schilling, Maddi Long, Mayshonna Hutt, Alycea Whetstine, Morgan Jennings, Jasmine Moore, Brianna Simons, and Camille Doligez (not pictured). The squad is coached by Beth Gschwender.
The Bowling Green High School Bobcats basketball team are working towards a more successful season for 2013-2014. “We are anticipating an improved season from last year,” said head coach Greg Williams. The Bobcats returned to the court this year determined for success after the last season’s disappointing 11-15 record. With several returning players and a powerful team coming in from last year’s eighth grade class, the Bobcats hope they have
The Lady Cats basketball team holds a reputation of being tough-as-nails and a powerhouse on the court. With new head coach Bryan Keim at the helm, the girls have refocused on their mission and set out for a championship season. “We have set high expectations for ourselves,” began the coach. “We are expecting to win no less than 20 games, bring the conference title back to Bowling Green, and win
Congratulations to the following Bobcat football players who were named to the NEMO Class 2 All-District football team: Quarterbacks– Jake Niemeyer, Bowling Green, Jr. (Second) Running Backs– Malik McPike, Bowling Green, Sr. (First) Offensive Linemen– Cameron Shinn, Bowling Green, Sr. (First) Logan Charlton, Bowling Green, Jr. (Second) Defensive Linemen– Zach Kiel, Bowling Green, Jr. (First) Tyler Talkington, Bowling Green, Sr. (Second) Linebackers– Jackson Ringhausen, Bowling Green, Jr. (Second) Defensive Backs–
Two local teens recently competed, and excelled, at a national cross country race held in Louisville, Ky. Skyler Durham and Philip Lagemann, both successful runners on the Bowling Green High School cross country team, ran at the Cross Country Coaches National Youth Championships (CCCNYC), held Nov. 23. Lagemann competed with the championship team, the Brocaw Blazers. Both runners were coached by Logan Leffeler. According to the race website, the organization
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