Patience pays off: Eighty-three-year-old golfer Ed Pennington scored his second hole in one in 67 years of playing golf on Monday, July 15. He has had both holes in one on hole #9 at Pike County Country Club using a #6 iron. His first hole-in-one was on the same hole in May 2015. Courtesy photo
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COLUMBIA – Even with a change in venue because of an EF3 tornado and some wet ground, Bowling Green High School qualifiers for the Class 3 track competition worked hard to earn their places through the heat of the day.
Donovan Denslow competes in the 2-mile race at the state track meet. He came in third. Courtesy photoBeverly Abel leaps while competing in the 300-meter hurdles. Courtesy photo.Clopton's Shawn Yates and his competition in the 110-meter hurdles.Abel and parrish participate in the 4x200 meter …
Bowling Green’s baseball team kept their EMO Conference title hopes alive last week after picking up a big 4-1 victory over a talented Silex squad.Cody Pogue had an RBI single in the top of the second inning toscore Kaden Chandler for the Bobcats’ first run.With the game tied at 1-1 in the t…
Bowling Green’s Brayden Buffington after winning the EMO Conference title. Submitted photo.Bowling Green golfer Brayden Buffington had a memorable week for the Bobcats’ golf program.He started out with a medalist victory in the 18-team Elsberry Invitational. Buffington then won a tri-match a…
file photo.Louisiana’s baseball team played its first ballgame Tuesday against Silex, launching itself into a season in which head coach Ryan Griffin says will put the team “right in the thick of things.”The team has 16 players on its roster. Griffin said the number may make it tricky to fie…
Clopton’s track and field team hopes to build on strong performances in one set of performances and the introduction of another to their repertoire, head coach Colleen O’Brien added.
The Clopton Lady Hawks knocked off Warrenton and Wright City last week. Against a familiar team in Warrenton, who the Lady Hawks saw during the Jamboree and at times in the summer, they hit a few big fourth quarter shots to get an impressive 46-37 win.
Clopton Lady Hawks head coach Deaven Streed knew her team would have to play some of their best basketball of the season if they were to get past Bowling Green in the finals of last week’s Bowling Green Tournament.
Bowling Green’s Gabi Deters chases after a loose ball during Wednesday night’s game between BGHS and Van-Far. The two teams met in the semi-final round of the 94th Annual Bowling Green High School Invitational.
Just a couple of minutes into their first round game in the Bowling Green Tournament, the Clopton Lady Hawks started a little sloppy as they held a slim 6-5 lead midway through the opening quarter.
Gavin Deters drives towards the basket during Bowling Green’s game last week at Wright City. The Bobcats erupted offensively on the Wildcat defense, scoring 70 points in a 35-point route of their Eastern Missouri Conference opponent. Deters would finish the game with 8 points.
Last month it was announced that Bowling Green High School’s Athletic Director Matt Chance had placed second in the U.S. Cellular-sponsored Most Valuable Coach contest. On Monday, students and faculty within the Bowling Green R-I School District paused to honor Chance at a district-wide pep rally.