This summer is the second year the Southern Boone Wrestling Club hosted a Wrestling Camp. Eighteen wrestlers aged 5-14 spent two days working on technique and gearing up for the 2019-2020 wrestling season.
The Campus Barbershop Bombers U7 baseball team completed a perfect 10-0 season. The team competed in the Columbia Diamond Council machine pitch league. The Bombers include 15 Southern Boone second grade boys. The team significantly improved throughout the season and developed strong fundamentals of the game. The team posted runs in the double digits in
Eagles Softball Camp was held last week with a final day of batting at eggs, water balloons and slip-sliding fun.
The Lady Wolves of Ashland recently won the Bronze in a tight Futsal Tournament in the Boonville Melee. Team members include: front row from left, Emily Sitthivong, Ava Leininger (Ashland), Allison Hall, Annika Donnell-Farrar (Ashland); back row, Coach Williamson, Alison Scherr, Ellie Zorn, Isabel Schmidt, Tauny Gore, Hailey Brewer (Ashland) and Coach Almora.
The eighth grade Supreme girls basketball team won second placerecently at the Chillicothe basketball tournament. Players include, front row from left: Addie Shultz, MaJayla Garrett-Dudley (Ashland), Julia Richardson (Ashland), Anna Christ, Jocelynn Norman; Back row: Addie Lange (Ashland), Kaelyn Johnson, Ellie Berendzen, Annie Robinson, Jozelynn Bostick and Coach Rashekii Howard.
YMCA wrestling coaches Steven Wilmoth, Mike Bauer, and Lee Conner, back row, worked with YMCA wrestlers during summer camp. The camp had 26 enrollments and spanned over a three day period where kids worked some fundamentals and prepped for the upcoming wrestling season.
YMCA golfers Aiden Williams, Will Begemann, Brody Stranz, Tyler Williams, Tyler Marren, Mason Branch, Kaden Massie, Ema McGee worked on their putting skills last week at summer golf camp.
The annual YMCA golf camp is taking place each Wednesday at Eagle Knoll Golf Course. Golfers are learning the basics of the game, the rules of the game and are working on both their long and short game. The golfers are being introduced to the game, but will also have a visit from college, and
Pitcher Nick Curtis admitted wasn’t attempt to throw strikes as much as he was attempting to hit that bat with the ball. Curtis is one of the coaches for an Optimist Youth baseball team in the coach-ptich league, where throwing strikes and keeping score is not the priority, but having fun and keeping cool is.
Awards at this past weekend’s YMCA wrestling banquet above, include: Front row, from left: Walker Crane 8U Most Improved; Bowen Bartow Rookie of the Year Award; and Weston Wilmoth 6U Most Improved. Back row, from left: Xander Zimmmerman 14U Most Improv; Hunter Jennings 12U Most Improved; Noah Rice 10U Most Improved; and Cole Eppy Eagle