The Bridgeport Bulldogs squared off against each other in both the girls’ volleyball and boys’ football program in soap scrimmages Friday night that had fans coming out in droves, if only just to get a glimpse of this year’s teams and get out of the house on such a glorious evening. Donated Gatorade was flowing from the steps in the auditorium, a welcome sight for the athletes and coaches in the punishing summer heat.
For a novice angler, selecting fishing tackle can be intimidating. An angler will find a lot to pick from at the store. Aisles of items, in fact.
Sarah and Eden Strawn Football camp took place last week with the third through eighth graders taking to the field behind the high school, attempting to learn the basics of fall’s favorite pastime. The High School football players were spending time along with the younger boys and girls, helping to coach the future team while whipping themselves into shape.
Last Tuesday night, July 28th, the place to be was Dalton’s baseball field for the first ever locally-played Hometown Heroes game. Leyton’s Little League took on the men and women of the Cheyenne and Morrill County Sheriffs’ offices, and the Dalton and Gurley Volunteer Fire Departments. With a beautiful night for a ball game and a large crowd in attendance to cheer on the little tykes, Hannah Geller’s coach pitch team took on the adults with grit and determination, plenty of dirt, and wide-ranging smiles.
It was brought to our attention that there is a need in the community for school supplies for Junior and Senior High school students. In an attempt to meet this need, Gloryland Bridgeport is asking for s donations of school supplies.