The boys won another victory

The Yellow Springs High School varsity basketball team added another win to their season on Friday, January 6th. The team faced off against Miami Valley School, coming away with a 40-29 victory over their opponents.

Individual statistics for the winning game were not available at press time. Also unavailable were scores for games against East Dayton Christian on Monday, Jan. 9, and against Jefferson High School on Tuesday, Jan. 10; the results will be announced in next week’s issue of Vestak.

The win over Miami Valley School moved the team’s record to 4–7 on the season and 1–4 in the Metro Buckeye Conference.

The team’s next game is at home against Dayton Christian on Friday, January 13, starting at 7:00 p.m. The Bulldogs will compete in the second annual MLK Classic at Fort Loramie on Sunday, Jan. 15, against Fort Loramie at 4:30 p.m.; tickets are $15 at the door.

The girls get to the Rams

The Yellow Springs High School girls varsity basketball team resumed its season on Thursday, January 5th. The Bulldogs played at home against the Miami Valley School Rams, but lost in 5:44.

Individual game statistics were not available at press time. The team’s current record on the season is 0-4, with a conference record of 0-3.

The next match will be played at home against Dayton Christian on Thursday, January 12, starting at 7:00 p.m.


The girls season begins with a loss

The Yellow Springs High School girls bowling team competed in their first match on Monday, January 9, facing off against Middletown Christian. The four-man Bulldogs lost to the five-man Eagles, 921 pins to 1,257.

The team played two routine games in the match, with sophomore Ayla Arnold leading the way with 205 pins in both games; Sophomore Clara Gomez followed closely with 204 pins.

The girls will next face Dayton Christian on Tuesday, January 17th starting at 4pm at the Beaver-Vu Bowl.

The boys have one win and one loss

The Yellow Springs High School boys bowling team has another win and a loss in its last two games.

On Friday, Jan. 6, the Bulldogs defeated the six-man Middletown Christian Eagles by a score of 1,943 pins to 1,722 in two regular games and one Baker game. Senior Lucas Tamblisson led the Bulldogs in pins with 370 pins in regular play, followed by senior Krishan Miller with 349 pins.

On Monday, Jan. 9, five Bulldogs narrowly defeated Middletown Christian’s team of six, knocking down 1,674 pins to their opponents’ 1,703 in two regular games and the Baker game. Sophomore Zander Baisden led the way in scoring with 371 pins in two games. He was followed in scoring by sophomore Stefan Royalston with 342 pins.

The boys’ next game will be against Dayton Christian on Tuesday, January 17, starting at 4:00 pm in the Beaver-Vu Bowl.

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