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The Bears played three games last week. On Monday, the Bears faced the Liberty Eagles in Mountain View and came up short with a final score of 13 to 3. At home against Hartville on Wednesday on April 27, the Bears managed a single run against Hartville’s nine runs.  The tide turned for the...
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The Varsity Bears tennis team took the conference championship at the SCA Tournament in Willow Springs on April 28. The team claimed the honor of overall SCA champs as a team.   
Monday April 26 Church League   We had a nice turn out of 20 players again. We had 4 teams of 5 players. There was a tie for first place. Payne hole was 4.   1st place Score 31 Mike Coatney, Linda Benyo, Pam Smith, Jason Siegrist, James Farrell 2nd place Score 31 Will Gunnerson,...
Church League Monday April 12       We had 18 players Score 31. Steve Coatney, Nancy Vornold, Chuck, Willian Piper Score 32 Farrell Graves, Buster Graves, John White, Pam Smith, Terry Brock Score 32 Will Garretson, Christian, Barb Tate, Glenn Davis, Brett Score 35 Wendy Willard,...
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The boy’s Varsity tennis continued to enjoy their winning streak this week, notching another win at home against Salem. Varsity won 9 to 0. The junior varsity tennis players also walked away with a 7 to 2 victory.
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Friday’s home game against Summersville ended in a 12-2 win for the varsity Bears. Fresh from two losses earlier in the week, one at home against Ava, and one away in Mountain Grove, the Bears certainly had cause for celebration.
April 13 Cat And Dog League We had a cool night and the scores were from 37 to 41.     1st place Score 37 Wendy Willard and Gibby 2nd place there was a three way tie and had to be payned. 2nd place Score 38 Bryce Duddridge and Linda LeBaron   Closest to pin second shot Hole #6...
Monday Night League is the only one we played this week due to a School Golf Match at the course, so there won't be Cat/Dog on Tuesday. We had beautiful weather and had 19 players come out again. Two teams tied for first with a score of 30, using the Payne system.     Score 30 Melvin...
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Bears tennis won three matches to become winners of the Forsyth Tournament on April 10. With scores of 5 to 2 over New Covenant, 5 to 2 over Forsyth, and 5 to 0 over Reeds Spring, the Bears emerged the undefeated champions of the tournament.
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Skipping a baseball season last Spring has surely presented its challenges to every team in the conference, but the Willow Springs Bears are struggling to find a win this season. Last year’s team would have featured 13 seniors who never got their final season on the diamond, but surely would have...

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