Friday night, October 2, provided good football weather for the Bridgeport Bulldog’s first game back on the field since the loss of their teammate, senior Joshua Warren, in a car accident after their homecoming loss the weekend before. Bridgeport travelled to Gordon-Rushville to take on the Mustangs in front of a large visiting crowd. The Bulldogs came in with a 4-1 record and the Mustangs were 2-3, coming off two big wins.
Bridgeport Girl’s Golf team hosted nine teams from across the panhandle Thursday, September 24, placing third overall with 468 points. First place went to Mitchell with 394 and runner up was Kimball with 405 points. Lady Bulldog senior Mileena Cruz placed 10th overall with a score of 112.
It was standing room only Friday night under the stadium lights at the Dog House where a bitter battle ensued between the visiting North Platte St. Pat’s and the hometown Bridgeport Bulldogs.
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.
The Bridgeport Lady Bulldogs and the Leyton Lady Warriors faced off in the Volleyball Tournament at Bridgeport on Saturday, September 19. Both teams also took on Bayard and Perkins County in the all-day event.