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October 23, 2014  RSS feed
Sports

WWVA KNIGHTS TAKE LADY CARDS IN THREE
Knights retain perfect league standing

WAITSBURG – The Lady Cards fought hard, but ultimately fell to the WWVA Knights in three sets in home court play on Oct. 16. The game earned WWVA a perfect 6-0 in Southeast 2B play and left WP standing 1-5 in league play and 5-9, overall. More...

BULLDOGS CAN’T KEEP UP WITH ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT
Kleck gains 167 yards & scores two touchdowns, but Dayton loses 80-28

DAYTON – The Dayton Bulldogs’ were still in the game as halftime homecoming festivities began Friday night. But in the end, the St. John Endicott was too much for the young Bulldogs. The ‘dogs scored twice – on two Ben Kleck touchdowns – in the first quarter, and trailed the Eagles only by a missed two-point conversion, 14-12, at the end of one. More...

Lady ‘Dawgs Drop First League Games of the Season
BULLDOGS FALL TO WWVA IN THREE SETS AND TCP IN FOUR

DAYTON – The Lady ‘Dawgs tasted their first league losses of the season last week. First, in an away game against WWVA on Oct. 14 and then at a home court match against Tri-Cities Prep on Oct. 16. The losses leave the Bulldogs sitting 5-2 in league play and 10-4, overall. More...

Adams Places in Top Ten at Wildhorse Meet
ENTIRE BOY’S TEAM SETS PERSONAL RECORDS

PENDLETON – Waitsburg Cross Country runners performed well at the Kyle Burnside Wildhorse Invite on Oct. 16. All five members of the boy’s team set personal records and Emily Adams set a season record. “The course was an unknown to all but Emily, but it was a pleasant surprise. More...

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