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BSHS COED CHEERLEADING EARNS 3RD PLACE AT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The BSHS Coed Cheerleading Squad made history in Orlando, over the weekend.  The Wildcat Coed Cheer Team earned third place at the World School Cheerleading Championships, earning their first medal at worlds in program history.  Earlier in the day, the Wildcats placed 12th at Nationals.     Congratulations to @BSHS_Cheer 3rd place finish in Worlds!

DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS: SIDESHOW – FEB 14, 15, AND 16

The BSHS Drama Club has a new show coming to the PAC this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.  Check out the information below if you are interested in attending:   What?: BSHS Drama Club Presents: Sideshow When?: Thursday (2/14), Friday (2/15), and Saturday (2/16) at 7:00pm Where?: BSHS Performing Arts Center (PAC) How Much?: Tickets are $8     Want to

GIRLS SWIM/DIVE SENDS 12 TO STATE

The Girls Swim/Dive Team will travel to St. Louis this Wednesday through Friday as they compete at the Class 2 MSHSAA State Championships.  At this meet, the Girls look to clinch their second consecutive top-1o finish. The Wildcats are led by individual qualifiers: Shaedyn Read (SR – 200 Free, 500 Free), Gracie Lefholz (SR –

All Teams Schedule: Week of Feb 11 – Feb 17

Feb 11 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at Park Hill High School Park Hill 5:30 pm | Park Hill High School Feb 11 Girls Varsity Basketball at Park Hill High School Park Hill 7:00 pm | Park Hill High School Feb 12 Boys Junior Varsity Basketball vs. Park Hill High School Park Hill 5:30 pm |

GLITTER GIRLS NATIONALS PERFORMANCE (VIDEO)

Check out the Glitter Girls performance at Nationals in Orlando, FL.  The Glitter Girls earned their first trophy at Nationals in program history. Medium Varsity Game Day Championship – Final Results 9 – Blue Springs High School#UDAnationals — UDA (@UDAnews) February 3, 2019

20 BSHS STUDENT-ATHLETES SIGN NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT

Congratulations to the following 20 student-athletes who signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to compete in collegiate athletics next year: Andrew Garry                           Baseball                                   Pratt CC Mathis Mauldin                        Baseball                                   KCK Community College Christian Garcia                        Baseball                                   University of Wisconsin, Superior Shaedyn Read                           Swimming                                Lindenwood Gracie Lefholz                          Swimming                                Midland U., Neb. Tessa Valdivia                           Cross Country                             SW Baptist

GIRLS BASKETBALL TOPS RAY-PEC

The Girls Basketball Team picked up another victory on Friday night, defeating Ray-Pec 39-37.  The Wildcats were led by Aliyah Bello and Jayla Sample, who each scored 9 points.  With the win, the Wildcats move over .500 on the year with a 9-8 record. EXAMINER ARTICLE: https://www.examiner.net/sports/20190201/wildcats-bounce-back-for-big-six-victory (CLICK HERE)   Nice Win last night Lady Cats!!!!!JV &

BOYS BASKETBALL DEFEATS RAY-PEC

The Boys Basketball Team picked up a Conference victory on Friday night, defeating Ray-Pec 57-55.     ⁦@BSWildcatHoops⁩ gets the road win over Ray-Pec 57-55!!! pic.twitter.com/j4Dh3LdxMe — BSHS Wildcats (@WildcatsBSHS) February 2, 2019 Ray-Pec holds on to a one point lead at the start of the 4th qt. 43-42 pic.twitter.com/eLnutpyEtn — BSHS Wildcats (@WildcatsBSHS) February

GLITTER GIRLS MAKE HISTORY AT NATIONALS

***Glitter Girls Head Coach Erin Brown would like to share a note about her Glitter Girls Squad as they made history at nationals this year!***   I would like to share that the Glitter Girls made a little history at nationals this year. We are bringing home our first ever hardware from the competition! We

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL UPDATE (2/4)

**Take a look at this note from Freshman Basketball Head Coach, Kobly Lee: Last week the freshman Gold and Silver teams played in the Truman Invitational and Blue Springs South Tournament. The Gold team defeated Oak Park, Ray-Pec, and Blue Springs South to win their second Championship of the year.  The Silver team lost their