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Annual BHS PowderBUFF Classic Students and teachers at Bullard High School were able to enjoy a treat last week, as lineups of junior and senior male students, as well as BHS faculty members, took to the Panther Gymnasium court to settle the question of which class is the best, during the second annual BHS PowderBUFF Classic, held Thursday, May 17. more
BHS Powderpuff Football Game Team Juniors 27, Team Seniors 0, FINAL The tension could be cut with a knife at Bullard High School’s Panther Stadium last week, as junior and senior girls took to the gridiron for the annual BHS Powderpuff Football Game, held Friday, May 18. more
Brook Hill Guard 3, Fort Worth All Saints Saints 2, FINAL BH: 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 3 AS: 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 - 2 Marching their way back onto the field of play last week was the Brook Hill Guard varsity baseball team, as the team traveled to the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex for a best-of-three TAPPS Regional playoff battle against the Fort Worth All Saints Saints, with the series beginning Tuesday, May 8, at West Mesquite High School’s Tillery Field. more
By Micah McCartney Editor The Brook Hill Guard and Lady Guard varsity golf teams competed in their final event of the season recently, as both teams competed at TAPPS 5A State Golf Championship tournament Monday and Tuesday, April 30 and May 1, at Stonetree Golf Club in Killeen. Brook Hill Guard: The Brook Hill Guard varsity golf team performed well amongst the teams competing at the TAPPS 5A State Golf Championships, taking home a sixth place team finish with a team total score of 666, beating out other teams such as Austin Hyde Park and Houston Lutheran South Academy. Leading the Guard’s charge on the links at the State event was Logan Mimms, shooting a two-day team low score of 157 (79-78), allowing him to finished as the eighth place individual. For his efforts at the tournament, Mimms was recognized as a First Team All State golfer, his second honor in as many years. Other members of the Brook Hill Guard varsity golf team competing at the TAPPS 5A State Golf Championships included Jack Berry, with a score of 170 (89-81); Hood Taylor, with a score of 170 (91-79); Colton Drennan, with a score of 172 (83-89); and Gregory Goates, with a score of 182 (96-86). Brook Hill Lady Guard: Like their male counterparts, the Brook Hill Lady Guard varsity golf team found success on the links of the TAPPS 5A State Golf Championship event, swinging for a team finish of seventh place with a score of 800, allowing the team to finish higher in the standings than the team from Austin Regents School of Austin. Emma French was the leader for the team in the two-day State event, finishing as the fifth place individual with a two-day score of 159 (81-78). With her strong finish, French was named as a First Team All State golfer. Other members of the Brook Hill Lady Guard varsity golf team competing at the TAPPS 5A State Golf Championships included Bailea Mapes, with a score of 195 (102-93); Morgan Carpenter, with a score of 219 (113-106); Olivia Kim, with a score of 227 (116-111); and Sydney McNeel, with a score of 248 (125-123). more
Brook Hill Lady Guard 10, Midland Christian Lady Mustangs 6, FINAL MC: 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 - 6 BH: 0 0 3 6 0 1 X - 10 The Brook Hill Lady Guard varsity softball team was back in action last week, as the team hosted a TAPPS Area round playoff matchup against the Midland Christian Lady Mustangs Tuesday, May 8, at Brook Hill’s Schwab Field. After a two inning stalemate to begin the Area game, the home team lady Guard swung hard to light up the scoreboard in their favor, collecting a total of three runs in the bottom of the third inning. more
A total of five athletes representing The Brook Hill School competed against some of the best athletes in Texas by participating in the 2018 TAPPS 5A Track and Field Championships, held Friday and Saturday, May 4-5, at Waco Midway ISD’s Panther Stadium. In the men’s 100 meter dash event, the Guard’s Sam Nechi was able to take home a seventh place finish with a time of 11.34. more
The Bullard Independent School District’s athletic department has recently released details regarding athletic camps during the upcoming summer months. Panther Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp: The annual Bullard Panther Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp will take place Mondays through Thursdays starting Monday, June 11, at Bullard High School’s Panther Stadium and Weeks of the Bullard Panther Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp will include June 11-14, June 18-21, June 25-28, July 9-12, July 16-19, and July 23-26. The camp will not meet the week of Independence Day (Monday through Thursday, July 2-5). more
Lady Panthers defeated in Regional Quarterfinal catfight vs. Rains Ladycats Bullard Panthers 0, Texarkana Pleasant Grove Hawks 1, FINAL/8 BHS: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 PGHS: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 1 The Bullard Panther varsity baseball team was back in action last week, as the team took part in an Area playoff battle against the Texarkana Pleasant Grove Hawks Friday and Saturday, May 11-12, at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall. more
By Micah McCartney Editor Bullard Lady Panthers 6, Emory Rains Lady Wildcats 11, FINAL RHS: 3 0 0 0 1 0 7 - 11 BHS: 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 - 6 Continuing their prowl into the postseason picture, the Bullard Lady Panther varsity softball team was back on the field of play last week, as the team traveled to Van High School for a best-of-three Regional Quarterfinal bout against the Emory Rains Lady Wildcats Friday and Saturday, May 11-12. The team from Emory Rains was the first team to score in Game 1 of the Regional Quarterfinal catfight, as the Ladycats brought three runners home safely in the top of the first inning. After a scoreless second frame, the bats for the Lady Panthers woke up and swung well, allowing the team to plate a total of two runs. The Ladycats increased their lead late in the contest by scoring one run, but the Lady Panthers were able to answer back with two more runs in the bottom of the fifth inning, tying the contest, 4-4. Going into the seventh inning tied, Emory Rains’ bats proved to locate the ball well, as the team scratched and clawed for seven additional runs. Bullard attempted to battle its way back into contention in the final inning, but could only bring home two runs, as Emory Rains claimed the Game 1 victory over Bullard, 11-6. In Game 1, the Ladycats were able to collect the majority of the game’s hits, as Emory Rains swung for a total of 13 hits, while the Bullard squad also hit for double-digits, amassing a total of 10 hits. Both teams were charged with four fielding errors in the contest. The strongest bat for the Lady Panthers’ lineup belonged to Ariel Matula, turning in a 1-4 performance, including a double, with a total of two runs batted in. Other significant contributors for Bullard against Emory Rains included Claire Cannon, going 1-4 with two RBIs; Ashlyn Seaton, going 2-3 with one RBI; Sydney Foster, going 3-4; Aspyn Grossman, going 1-3; Gabby Nichols, going 1-3; and Jolee Dixon, going 1-4. Tagged with the loss in the circle for Bullard in Game 1 against Emory Rains was Matula, allowing 13 hits, 11 runs, and nine earned runs, while striking out three, walking one, and surrendering one home run, in seven innings of work. Bullard Lady Panthers 0, Emory Rains Lady Wildcats 8, FINAL BHS: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 RHS: 0 3 2 0 1 2 X - 8 Faced with a ‘win-or-go-home” situation, the Bullard Lady Panther varsity softball team pounced back into action, hoping to turn their fortune around, in Game 2 of the Regional Quarterfinals against the Emory Rains Lady Wildcats Saturday. After a stalemated first inning to kick off the second game of the series, Emory Rains was able to strike first with three runs in the bottom of the second. The Ladycats increased their lead by two in the bottom of the third inning, taking a strong 5-0 lead over Bullard. Looking for any way to battle their way back into the contest, the Lady Panthers were met with a strong effort by the Ladycats’ pitcher and defensive unit, as Emory Rains used both to keep the bats of Bullard silent. The Ladycats continued to capitalize on opportunities at the plate against the Lady Panthers in the late innings of the game, scoring one run in the bottom of the fifth, as well as two runs in the bottom of the sixth frame. Bullard attempted to attack Emory Rains with ferocity in each of their bats, but was unable to get any offensive production, as the Ladycats claimed the Game 2 win and Regional Quarterfinal Championship by defeating the Lady Panthers, 8-0. Emory Rains proved to be the team with the hot bats in Game 2, collecting a total of 11 hits, while Bullard could only connect for three total hits. Both the Lady Panthers and Ladycats were tagged with four errors in the field during the game. Seaton led the Bullard team with her production at the plate, swinging for a 1-2 performance against Emory Rains. Other significant contributors for the Lady Panthers in the contest against the Ladycats included Grossman, going 1-3; and Jolee Dixon, going 1-3. Tagged with the loss for Bullard in the circle was Seaton, allowing six hits, five runs, and four earned runs, with two strikeouts and one walk, in 2.1 innings of work. Matula saw action for Bullard as a relief pitcher in Game 2, pitching 3.2 innings, allowing five hits, three runs, and three earned runs, with one strikeout. With a record of 0-2 last week, the Bullard Lady Panther varsity softball team wrapped up the 2018 season with a record of 25-6-1, 9-1 in district play, and was recognized as the District, Bi-District, and Area Champions. more
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