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GIRLS SWIMMING VARSITY CONFERENCE: MEET PREVIEW (PSYCH SHEET ATTACHED)

The BSHS Girls Swim/Dive Team continues their Conference Championship Meet today with the Swimming Prelims.  The meet is expected to begin at 5:00pm.  Finals begin at 1:00pm on Saturday. PSYCH SHEET: psych sheet tuesday jan 30 DIVING LAST NIGHT: https://bswildcats.com/2018/02/02/sheehy-and-garten-earn-first-team-all-conference-in-diving/ VARSITY CONFERENCE MEET INFORMATION: Girls Swim-Dive Conference Information

GIRLS BASKETBALL EXTENDS WINNING STREAK TO 5

Coach Spigarelli and the Girls Basketball Team improved their conference record to 5-3 yesterday with a big win over Lee’s Summit High School.  The win gives the Wildcats a 5 game winning streak, after starting the season 0-6.  Jayla Sample celebrated her birthday with 15 points, Aliyah Bello had 14 and Sy’Miah Smith contributed with

SOPHOMORE BOYS BASKETBALL ENDS SEASON WITH TWO VICTORIES

The BSHS Sophomore Basketball Team finished their season with two games, this week.  The Wildcats played at St. Thomas Aquinas on Wednesday, defeating  STA 54-44.  The Wildcats were led by Devon George with 16 points, Tristan Stewart added 12, and Brett LaVar and Dom Harkness each chipped in 7 to contribute to a balanced scoring

SHEEHY AND GARTEN EARN FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE IN DIVING

Natalie Sheehy and Katie Garten each earned First Team All-Conference at the Greater Kansas City Suburban Gold Diving Championships.  Sheehy earned 4th place while Garten got 5th.  Mackenzie Loudermilk had her best performance of the season, earning 10th with a MSHSAA State Consideration Cut while Shayla Aten earned 13th place. EXAMINER ARTICLE: http://www.examiner.net/sports/20180202/jaguars-carter-breaks-record-claims-third-straight-conference-diving-title

BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL BEATS WINNETONKA

The BSHS Boys Freshman Basketball A Team defeated Winnetonka by 30 points; winning 52-22 on Thursday (1/31) night. The Freshman B Team fell short to Grain Valley, 39-22. The Boys Freshman Basketball Teams are currently competing in their end-of-the-year tournaments.

MOST MUSICAL ENSEMBLES AROUND

***The following is a student written article by Emma Hibdon for the Blue Springs High School student newspaper, the BSHS Campus Crier.  You can read the Campus Crier by clicking here.***   This past weekend, the BSHS Wind Symphony traveled down to the Tan-Tar-A resort in the Lake of the Ozarks for the Missouri Music Educators Association

CAST PREPARES TO OPEN CURTAIN ON SPRING MUSICAL

***The following is a student written article by Samantha Johnson for the Blue Springs High School student newspaper, the BSHS Campus Crier.  You can read the Campus Crier by clicking here.*** Little Shop of Horrors storms the PAC stage for $8 on Feb. 15, 16, and 17 at 7:00 p.m.. Based on a horror movie from the

CONCERTS, COMPETITIONS COMPRISE ORCHESTRA SCHEDULE

***The following is a student written article by Jayla Sample for the Blue Springs High School student newspaper, the BSHS Campus Crier.  You can read the Campus Crier by clicking here.*** Orchestra teacher Paige Mundhenke’s students practice diligently to perform in concerts and events. The two types of orchestra courses vary in difficulty and time commitment but

BOYS BASKETBALL FALLS TO SOUTH IN BACK AND FORTH BATTLE

***The following is a student written article by Brett Tieman for the Blue Springs High School student newspaper, the BSHS Campus Crier.  You can read the Campus Crier by clicking here.***   In the most recent boys basketball face off against cross-town rival BSS, a back and forth fight ended with South on top, defeating the

WRESTLING TAKES DOWN LEE’S SUMMIT WEST ON SENIOR NIGHT

The Wrestling Team continued their positive momentum with a dominating performance against a tough conference opponent.  The Wildcats topped the Lee’s Summit West Titans, 46-18. BSHS Wildcats TrackWrestling Page: http://www.trackwrestling.com/tw/seasons/LoadBalance.jsp?seasonId=571558009&gbId=31&pageName=TeamSchedule.jsp;teamId=6171139009 Good win over LS West tonight 47-18. Lots of good wrestling and competed hard! Great to see all the support for the team and the seniors.