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GIRLS SWIM/DIVE MEETING – TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22ND (AFTER SCHOOL – CENTENNIAL POOL)

  Girls Swim/Dive Season is just around the corner!  Anyone interested in joining the Girls Swim/Dive Team should attend our informational meeting on Tuesday, October 22nd.  At this meeting, we will give out our practice schedule and discuss the upcoming season with the team.  PLEASE ATTEND THIS MEETING.  Our first practice is Monday, November 11th (after school).    

VOLLEYBALL BEATS PARK HILL ON SENIOR NIGHT

The Volleyball Team defeated conference-rival Park Hill in straight sets (25-23, 25-17) as the team celebrated their Senior Night.  Senior Aliyah Bello had 11 kills while Cherray Wilson and Chloe Kaminski had 8 apiece to help give the Wildcats the victory.  Lily Letchworth also chipped in with 30 assists.  The win gives the Wildcats a 14-9 overall record (6-3 conference).

SOFTBALL FALLS IN DISTRICT SEMIFINAL

The Softball Team fell to defending state champion Blue Springs South on Thursday, 5-4.  Bella Andrew had 2 hits and an RBI while Savannah Maynard had a single and a double.  The Wildcats finished their season with a record of 17-10.   EXAMINER ARTICLE: https://www.examiner.net/sports/20191018/heckers-key-plays-help-jaguars-edge-wildcats (CLICK HERE)   Photo Extra…a special salute to @bs_softball, always fun

BOYS SWIM/DIVE ENDS REGULAR SEASON WITH VICTORIES OVER SEDALIA AND ST JOE CENTRAL

    The Boys Swim/Dive Team defeated Sedalia (Smith-Cotton) and St. Joe Central while celebrating Senior Night at Centennial Pool on Thursday evening.  Seniors Cogan Davis, Tim Schweizer, Daniel Stickney, and Ben Thomas were celebrated as the Wildcats improved their overall dual meet record to 28-1.  Davis, Schweizer, JJ Davis (first career victory), and Grayden

CAMPUS CRIER ROUNDUP – 10/18

Make sure to check out the Campus Crier online throughout the 2019-20 school year to read from the best student-journalists at BSHS.  Here are the articles that have been published so far this week: 10/18 Articles: GSA aims for acceptance by Cameron Stewart More than a competition, speech and debate fosters community by Bradley Byler Girls cross country

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY ON THE JOURNEY TO STATE

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”. To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)***     Girls Cross Country on the journey to state “Every year is gonna be different, but we always end up feeling like

STRONG CHEMISTRY FULES VOLLEYBALL SENIORS

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”. To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)*** Strong chemistry fuels volleyball seniors “These seniors have taken it upon themselves to make this their best season of high school volleyball for

BOYS SWIM/DIVE DEAFEATS RAY-PEC AND GRAIN VALLEY

The Boys Swim/Dive Team improved their overall record to 26-1 yesterday after defeating Ray-Pec and Grain Valley.  The Wildcats were led by individual winners: Josiah Thomson, Cogan Davis, Tim Schweizer, Gabe Marthaler, Derek Banta, and Caleb Franklin.  The Wildcats also won the 200 Medley Relay (Davis, Schweizer, Grayden Peoples, Jack Johnson) and the 200 Freestyle

WALTERS QUALIFIES FOR STATE

****THIS IS A STUDENT-WRITTEN ARTICLE BY COGAN DAVIS.  YOU CAN CONTACT COGAN DAVIS AT COGANDAVISTV@GMAIL.COM****    Tuesday in Girls Tennis the team’s number one player Bentley Walters qualified for state. Walters won 6-1 in the first set and won the second set 6-1 as well. Allie Brown fell just short of state losing her match in two

BOYS SOCCER BEATS LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2006

****THIS IS A STUDENT-WRITTEN ARTICLE BY COGAN DAVIS.  YOU CAN CONTACT COGAN DAVIS AT COGANDAVISTV@GMAIL.COM****    The Boys Soccer team snapped a 30-game losing streak against Lees Summit North last night, the Cats had not beaten the Broncos since 2006. The Cats dominated the game starting off strong with two goals early on from Matthew Martinez. The team ended the