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Lady golfers don’t fare well in last two matches

The Girls’ Golf team travelled to Scenic Knolls Golf Course in Mitchell on Thursday, September 10 to compete in their Invite, where they finished with a final team score of 469, placing last out of seven teams. Alliance had the lowest score at 390, taking 1st place. For the Western Trails Conference competition, Bridgeport took 4th place. There were no Lady Bulldogs who placed in the individual standings and they played yesterday with the results to be posted in next week’s paper. Their final meet will be at the Courthouse and Jail Rock Golf Course on Thursday, September 24, beginning at 9:00 a.m.

Warriors skin Tigers alive

Warriors skin Tigers alive

The Leyton Warriors took on the Bayard Tigers at Leyton on Friday night, the 19th anniversary of the September 11th Terrorist Attacks on The World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the plane crash in Pennsylvania. Before the football game, area First Responders and Veterans were recognized for their service in remembrance of 9/11. Those in attendance were the Dalton and Gurley Volunteer Fire Depts, Cheyenne County Sheriff, Morrill County Sheriff, Nebraska State Patrol, and local veterans.

Lady golfers take 2nd overall at The First Annual Creek Valley Invite

Lady golfers take 2nd overall at The First Annual Creek Valley Invite

The Lady Bulldog Golfers took ten girls to Kimball on Tuesday, September 1 to compete against five other schools in both varsity and junior varsity matches. The Longhorns took home course advantage and came away with the firstplace spot with 446 points. Gordon/ Rushville placed second with 492 points and Bridgeport, third place with a team score of 523. Lady Bulldog Ashley Estrada took the eighth spot overall with a score of 119. Behind Estrada, Mileena Cruz and Aleena Wagoner were Bridgeport’s top scorers with 130 and 134 points, respectively.

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