Blue Springs Boys Varsity Soccer

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30 WILDCAT STUDENT-ATHLETES SET TO SIGN WITH COLLEGE PROGRAMS ON WEDNESDAY (2/7)

30 student-athletes are set to sign their National Letters of Intent, on Wednesday at BSHS.  At 10:50 am (Wildcat Hour Shift 1) in the Big Gymnasium, these student-athletes will be recognized and honored for signing to compete in collegiate athletics.  All parents of these student-athletes are invited to attend:   Football Khristian Boyd – N.

FALL SPORTS AWARDS – SOCCER PLAYER OF THE YEAR

After over a week of voting, the results are in for the first round of voting for the first annual BSWildcats.com Fall Sports Awards. Ben Podjenski had a late surge of votes to win Boys Soccer Player of the Year.  Podjenski beat out Logan Bradley in a tightly contested vote. CHECK OUT ROUND 1 VOTING RESULTS: https://bswildcats.com/2017/12/11/fall-sports-awards-preliminary-resultsvote-for-finals/ Voting for

BSWILDCATS.COM – VOTE FOR THE FALL SPORTS AWARDS

BSWildcats.com has announced it’s first annual “Fall Sports Awards.”  Please vote below for your favorite male/female team of the year, plus your favorite athlete in each sport. *The winner of each team’s “athlete of the year” will compete in a final vote for “BSWildcats.com Male/Female Fall Athlete of the Year” beginning 12/11/18. Voting Ends 12/11/18

5 SOCCER PLAYERS EARN ALL-DISTRICT

5 members of the Blue Springs High School Soccer Team earned All-District recognition for their accomplishments throughout the regular season. Cullen Moore and Valentin Mpanga were each honored as First Team All-District while Adam Fencl, Logan Bradley and Jesse Haynie were named Second Team All-District. The awards didn’t stop there as Valentin Mpanga, Cullen Moore, Adam

Boys Soccer Update

***This is a student written article by Kristian Frisbey*** After coming off a 2016 season that consisted of just one win, the boys soccer team looks to bounce back and improve this season. Senior captain Cullen Moore says the team this season has improved compared to last years due to the effort levels of the

Varsity Soccer Squad Falls Short Against Defending Conference Champs

The boys soccer team continued their season last night falling to defending conference champions Lee’s Summit West 2-1 in a close match that showed a vast improvement in the team as a whole. Head Coach Mike Palermo spoke on their performance last night saying, “although we fell short last night the guys showed they can

Softball and Boys Soccer Host Home Games Tonight

Two Varsity Regular Season Competitions will be held at Blue Springs High School, tonight. The Softball Team looks to build on their 5-1 start as they host the Kearney High School Bulldogs.  The Varsity game is expected to begin at 4:00pm at the BSHS Softball Field. The Soccer Team looks for their first regular season

Soccer Team Takes Smithville HS to Shootout

Despite being one of the youngest teams in the state, the Wildcat Soccer Team is proving to be a tough out.  The Blue Springs HS  Boys Soccer Team took Smithville HS to a shootout, losing a close one 5-4.   The young Wildcats showed resiliency in spit of facing a deficit most of the evening.

Boys soccer play in close game against William Chrisman

Boys varsity soccer played against William Chrisman on Monday, Oct. 26th with a final score of 2-3. Blue Springs Liam Bagwell(#7) had the goal with an assist from Cass Jackson(#2), along with #10 Jeff Williams(#10) scoring in the second half.