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Duke Swimming & Diving announced the addition of nine freshman Gold medalist in the breaststroke at the ASA South East Region meet girls division at the USA Diving AT&T National Championships Club Team (Coaches): Badger Swim Club (John Collins and Dominick Gallimi). The Badger Girls swim team won their 2nd straight Southern Lakes Conference swim meet by defeating visiting Jefferson/Cambridge Senior Claire. The Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) is the governing body of athletic programs Cross country; Field hockey (girls); Football; Golf; Swimming and diving; Wrestling—individual tournament; . , Akron South . Cleveland Benedictine, 7, , Division IV.
Madeline Hazle completed an accomplished college career in and out of the pool in An active volunteer, Hazle was a regular participant in Badgers Give Back community service efforts. A dual-sport student-athlete, Malachy Schrobligen capped his Badgers career as a four-time All-American in track and cross country and a four-time Big Ten Championin 10, meters; and cross country.
He was also named the Big Ten Track Athlete of the Outdoor Championships after scoring 18 points for Wisconsin at the conference meet. SinceWisconsin student-athletes have achieved at least a 3. At the end of springthe cumulative GPA for all student-athletes was 3.
Innine sports either set or tied their highest term or cumulative team grade-point averages ever.
An additional four teams achieved their second highest term or cumulative GPAs ever. Football Has ranked 18th or better nationally in attendance every year since The team averaged more than 10, fans per game with nine games over 10, spectators.
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By joining the Junior Badger Club, your child will receive an All-Sports pass good for any home game in the school year and other items including a Junior Badger Clu See the map belowThe winner of the first-round game between Arkadelphia and Shiloh Chris Arkadelphia and Riverview will play on Field 1 of the North Complex The times for the games have stayed the same, just moved back one day. This means the Badgers will play their first-round game now against the Star City Bulldogs Friday at 5: The Lady Badgers earned the top seed from the 4A-2 South Division with an undefeated conference record and hosted As of right now, the Wednesday schedule will be pushed back one day with the same start times set for each tournament.
For Arkadelphia teams, the changes mean this: One exciting bit of news we learned last week was the AHS will host the Post-Season Tournaments on the Horizon for Badgers, Lady Badgers Regular season schedules for AHS spring sports teams are winding down over the next week and District tournaments are on the horizon as the spring season winds down.
Below are the d This includes a makeup date for boys' soccer at Gurdon, a change in baseball for the end of the week and a possible change to softball depending on weather. The complete updated schedule along with makeup scenarios for po The physical process will begin for ninth through 11th graders immediately after school. This year's sixth through eighth graders who will be participating next season will begin at 4: Students will report to the main gym at AHS upon ar Monday's baseball, softball and soccer games at Gurdon were all postponed due to rain.
Baseball and softball will be made up this Thursday while the boys' soccer match will be made up next week. April This week should be a great chance for you to get out and support your Badger and Lady Badger spring sports teams as -- believe it or not -- the seasons for all of our teams are winding down.
Badger baseball and Lady Badger softball are both scheduled to play three home games this week, beginning with Monday games against Glen Rose.
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Rain is in the forecast for Monday We'd blame it on Spring Break, but we've exceeded the statute of limitations on that one. Specifically, there are NO home soccer games on Tuesday. Last week's home Mena matches weren't deleted from the line for Tuesday, so it caused some confusion.
With Sunday's storms, this week's game schedule will start out with a question mark or two, but we'll still post this weekly look ahead as is our normal procedure. Should there be changes to this, we'll continue to post chan March 27 - April 1 Welcome back from Spring Break and to the beginning of one of the longest, busiest months of the school year. April means crunch time for our spring sports as the month will culminate with District tournaments at the end of the regular season.
And unfortunately as the saying goes, April often times brings showers and the last week of March does, too and we know what t March This week's schedule as we head into the week is below.
As last week demonstrated, this schedule could change as early as Monday, so we'll try to be as clear as we can should weather particularly the possible front coming through early Monday morning cause any changes.
Thanks as always for your support of the Badgers and Lady Badgers. Best of luck to our teams as they March Weather and other factors later in the week have forced changes in this week's game schedules for Badger and Lady Badger athletics. Tuesday's games are also in question due to overnight storms late Monday and into Tuesday, but hopefully the rest of the week won't Posted Monday, March 6 - 2: Another week in the spring means another busy week for spring sports as Monday through Saturday this week will have a variety of our teams in action.
Savage placed second in the one-meter diving competition. Matthews placed third in the fly and seco You'll see the week's schedule below and please note the disclaimer at the bottom about the schedule is subject to change.
More than any other season, spring sports are affected by the weather q The eighth-place finish for the second-year program was an improvement of four After the final conference games of the season were completed last night between Bauxite and Malvern, the seeds were finalized and the Lady Badgers will be the 3-seed from the North Division and the Badgers will be the 2-seed from the South Divi The varsity boys game will follow.
Next week signals the final week of the regular season before District Tournament play starts the week of February With this time of year brings a lot of scoreboard watching as teams try to figure out where they will fall in the final conference standings in preparation for their Here are the home events for this week: AHS basketball has two home games left and Tuesday night's game vs. Fountain Lake is one of the two nights.
The jamboree was originally scheduled for January 7, but was postponed due to winter weather that hit the area that week. Games are set to begin in the AHS main gym and auxiliary gym at 8: Friday Varsity Bkb at Glen Rose Schedule Note Badger and Lady Badger basketball fans traveling to Glen Rose for tomorrow night's varsity basketball games will want to take note of the following schedule note as the night will be a different than normal. The 8th grade girls will begin the evening with a 5: Weigh in is scheduled for 5: The junior and senior high track schedules will be added to this page when finalized.
Particularly with spring sports, the likelihood is VERY high that this will change. Because of weather-related postponements and cancellations, often times baseball and softball