Tonight the Squaws host the Woodlan Warriors in their home opener. The volleyball contest will be held in the Bellmont Middle School gymnasium due to floor damage in the main gym. Coverage starts at approximately 7 p.m. or when the JV contest concludes. To view the game, click the link below.
They seem to defy the laws of physics with their eye-popping catches and bursts of speed that would make even The Flash envious. Now, these five receiving marvels are primed to create havoc once again on opposing secondaries across the land.
NICK NOW A BHS COACH—Former 3A player of the year Nick Hall (left) who scored four touchdowns in Bellmont's state championship football victory in 2008, watches over some running back drills recently at Bellmont. Hall is one of three new Bellmont coaches.
Most guys in their spare time take up hobbies, and a lot of guys become proficient anglers, hunters, card players and in recent times fantasy football experts. Some guys even try a little coaching, or umpiring!
The Adams Central Football Mother’s Club will host its annual chicken barbeque and worker auction from 4-7 p.m. Aug. 16 in the AC cafetorium. Visitors should enter door W3 on the west side of the school.
Tyler Fenwick skies for the disc among a crowd of defenders during Decatur's Ultimate Frisbee League tournament on Saturday. The Pink Lawnchairs came away as victors for the third straight season. (Photo provided)
Junior Taylor Bebout serves up a tasty set to Saige Jauregui during a regular season match last Fall. The new set of Squaws are amid summer sessions preparing for their 2015 campaign to kick off later in August when school begins. (Archive photo)
The first annual Decatur Ultimate Frisbee League All-Star Game was held over the weekend with a great turnout at Homestead Park. In the photo, Rachel Heneveld of Red Rebels (center-left) catches the disc in traffic as players converges on the disc. (Photo provided)