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Day 1 of Wrestling Districts

Day 1 of districts for the Bulldogs had its fair share of ups and downs.  5 of the Bulldogs have successfully made their way to the semi-finals while the 5 others will have to battle back into contention. J John Williams, a #1 seed and 2 time district champion, won both of his matches. Adrian

DECA Takes Top Honors!

Four of our own are headed to State for DECA.  Please congratulate them when you see them. They represented our school well. 1st Place Jaelah Wright-Keely, Personal Selling 1st Place Savoy Smith, Andre Crump, Jordan Harden, Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan 2nd Place, Dwayne Jenkins, Hospitality and Tourism

Bulldogs Learn Lessons in Final Tournament of Season

On Saturday, Feb. 8, your Bulldogs wrestled in their final tournament before the start of districts.  While some succeeded and others struggled, lessons were learned by all.  There were 3 Bulldogs that took home some hardware.  John Williams never lost a match and took home the gold at 138lbs.  Adrian Watson finished 2nd at 145lbs

Signing Day for Senior Football Players

[complete_gallery id=”7121″ class=”alignnone” ]Today was signing day for six of our senior football players.  One by one, they signed their letters of intent  for college football today.

Bulldogs Pin Their Way to a Conference Championship!

Last night, your wrestling Bulldogs finished off their last 2 conference opponents to remain undefeated in Conference meets and collected their 1st Conference Championship since Coach Albert Harrold took over the program.  The Bulldogs beat Clayton 60-12,  Affton 57-21, and Hancock 53-12.  Through all 3 duals, the pins kept racking up.  When asked about his

Pernell Robinson Signs with Missouri Valley University

On Febuary 4th, Pernell Robinson signed his letter of intent committing himself to Missouri Valley University.  Pernell is receiving a scholarship that will cover 80% of all his college expenses.  The coach of Missouri valley said that he his happy that Pernell is going to be a viking.  He might be a viking now, but

Tre’vohn Simmons Signs w/ Lindenwood University – Belleville

Earlier this week, the head coach from Lindenwood University – Belleville came to speak with varsity football player Tre’vohn Simmons and offer him a scholarship to play on their team. Tre’vohn accepted it.  Next year, he will be going to Lindenwood University – Belleville as a freshman and starting on the football team as a

MSB Wrestling Match

Tomorrow, your MSB Bulldogs will have a Tri-dual against the Hancock Tigers and Sumner @ Hancock High School. Come out and support your team and school. This will be the last JV match but there are still a few more varsity matches left this season. We appreciate the support. Remember when you are at sporting

Baseball Redesigns Hat

Bulldog baseball will be sporting a new hat this year.  Contact Mr. Spurgeon if you are interested in acquiring one of these lids .  

Swimming brings home 5 medals

Please congratulate the following swimmers when you see them. They competed in a medal meet on Friday and brought home some bling! It was also our highest scoring meet so far this year! Jennifer Outhouse 3rd place 100 Backstroke (1st time she swam this event in a meet!) Sekaia Young 3rd place 100 Freestyle Crystal Bryant 2nd