Category: 2016-2017 Sports

All or nothing By: Lynne Hurt and Jerrian Harris

Football season has came to an end; all the hard work, and practice has payed off for the Bowling Green Junior High School eighth grade football team.  The school is expecting the best of them, and so are they. The BGJHS eighth grade football team went to state, in Lexington, Kentucky, and it was all or nothing. The team played against Crosby Middle School from Louisville, Kentucky. They are a good team, they were a challenge for BGJHS football team. “It will be a tough game, but it’s not a game we can’t we win,” said Ty Hampton, who is in seventh grade, but plays for the eighth grade team.   Then Ross Millet adds on “Tough matchup but I think we can pull it out.” They were very confident in winning to state. Special tragedies the boys went through are, “Wide men have been pushing the sled , working...

Great day for futball By Logan Atkerson and Alex Pratt

Bowling Green Junior High School and Bowling Green High School are both known for their soccer teams. BGJHS girl’s soccer team is especially known, coming in second place in the district tournament this year. With almost all the players growing up playing soccer and starting around the age of five, the team is one of great experience“I’ve been playing since kindergarten,” said Lillian Groves, an eighth grader at BGJHS. All of the team has great chemistry because most of them have been playing Southern Kentucky Soccer with each other since they were little, and most having Coach Bush in class the team really bonds with each other. Most of the team also plays other sports to help their skills in soccer.“I play basketball and do ballet in my free time to help with my skills.” said Allanah Carver, an eighth grade soccer player at BGJHS. Overall, the BGJHS girl’s soccer...