Sports

Wed
15
Feb

Postseason excitement in the air

By Wayne Craig

 

Wed
15
Feb

Bertram Little League swings into action!

Last Saturday, Feb. 9, was a busy day at Bertram Ball Fields. Parents and players gathered to give the property and buildings a good cleaning so that all will be ready for practices which begin this week. Try-outs were also held. Above, Coach Fred Parrilla talks to some of his new team, the Aftershocks.

 

Wed
08
Feb

Signing Day

Madelinne Deitrick is surrounded by family and coaches as she signs her letter of intent to play soccer for the Lady Lynx at Lesley University a NCAA DIII school located in Cambridge Mass. Standing behind Madelinne is Karen Fry, Meredith Schubert, Coach Wes Strahan, Madelinne’s dad Steve Deitrick, Coach David Schubert, and Coach Angel Rios. Seated at the table sister Alexandra Deitrick, Madelinne, and her mom Marianna McNamara. Madelinne took her official visit to Lesley University in September and fell in love with the school. Aside from playing soccer she will study business and marketing.

Wed
08
Feb

Signing Day

Koby Edwards was surrounded by a host of family and friends for his national signing day party. Koby will play football for UT Permian Basin in Odessa, Texas. The Falcons are a Division II school in the Lone Star Conference. Standing behind Koby are his BHS coaches Angel Rios, Kurt Jones, Justin Marcellus, Billy Cook, Steven Shipley, and Jerod Rye. Seated at the table with Koby are his parents Autumn and Stephen Edwards. Koby plans to study physical therapy while attending UTPB.

Wed
08
Feb

Good competition for Bullpups

By Wayne Craig
Bulletin Sports

The BMS Bullpup basketball teams faced some good competition last week when they traveled to Lampasas. Only the eighth-grade Green team was able to bring home a win for the Pups.

Seventh-grade White
The seventh-grade White team fell short to the Badgers, 29-8. Top scorers for Burnet included Bandon Ng, three; Adrian Hernandez, two; Kody Suter, two; and Isaiah Hughes, one.

Seventh-grade Green
The seventh-grade Green team fell short to Lampasas, 46-33. “We came out a little flat, and could not recover. The ball just didn’t fall our way in the second half,” said coach Sidney Parker. Individual stats were not available.

Wed
08
Feb

Eighth graders tame Badgers

 Lady Bullpup Genesis Aguillon finds a lane and drives in for a bucket during Thursday night’s game against Lampasas. The eighth-grade B team improved their district record to 5-3 with a 37-16 victory over the Lady Badgers. Aguillon scored 10 points in the game.

 

By Wayne Craig

Bulletin Sports

Wed
08
Feb

Wins all around for the Bulldogs

Burnet JV Bulldog Bryan Grady drives in for a bucket against Lampasas on Friday night. The JV Dawgs won both of their games last week and picked-up a little revenge against the Badgers who beat Burnet in the first round at Bulldog gym.  

By Wayne Craig

Bulletin Sports

Wed
08
Feb

Lady Dawgs focused on goal

The Burnet Lady Bulldog Soccer team had one goal in mind when Liberty Hill came to town last week, beat the Panthers and collect another district win. Burnet’s No.13 Julyssa Silva helped her team accomplish that goal when she bodied a corner kick from Madelinne Deitrick in for the game’s only score. Burnet won, 1-0.

By Wayne Craig

Bulletin Sports

Wed
08
Feb

Lady Dawgs playoff bound

(Izzy Ramon jpeg) Izzy busy leaves a Badger dizzy. Burnet senior Izzy Ramon makes a quick move and leaves a Badger in disarray as she heads toward the basket. Ramon scored 12 in the Lady Dawgs 57-33 win over Lampasas.

(Escamilla, Lewis, Greenwell jpeg) The varsity Lady Dawgs worked their trap game to near perfection last week versus Llano. The traps led to numerous turnovers and steals and eventually a 65-30 victory. Pictured above Marissa Escamilla and Emma Lewis set the trap while Trynadee Greenwell comes in for the steal.

By Wayne Craig

Bulletin Sports

Wed
08
Feb

No sting in Jackets, no bad in Badgers

Photo by Wayne Craig/Clear Memories

(Student section jpeg) Pictured above the rowdy Burnet student section, known as the heckle squad, strategically light-up their cell phones in the shape of a L after their beloved Bulldogs ended the Badgers 19-game win streak with a 54-43 victory. The Badger fans below them seem to have lost their way early but soon after the boys game they left Burnet’s side somber and blue.

 

By Wayne Craig

Bulletin Sports

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