Softball season has gotten underway with the Lady Bucks taking on Comanche with an (8-0) win, on Feb. 9. Senior, Caroline Turner, only pitched one inning for the Lady Bucks in that game, but struck out all three batters. She gave up no hits, no runs and no walks.
C. Lehr came in first in the 3200 Meter Run with a time of 10:45.49 minutes and Evan Moore came in second with a time of 11:13.4 minutes to give the Bucks a first and second place win in the 3200. The event took place at the Buckaroo Relays Thursday, Feb. 25.
Once again it is time to get out and practice for the annual Elks sponsored Hoop Shoot/Free Throw Contest. The Contest will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 6, at L.T. Cook Gym in Breckenridge. The Director for the contest is Wayne Justus of the BPOE Elks #1480, at 254-477-394. This contest is funded by the Elks National Foundation and is a Free Throw contest for ages 8 to 13. Each age group is determined by the contestant’s age as of April 1, 2021 and open to both boys and girls.
In a must-win game, the Bucks were unable to pull it off despite a valiant effort losing their last game of the regular season to the Bowie Jackrabbits, 45-57.
The Lady Bucks Varsity Softball team got off to a great start in their second scrimmage of the season on Tuesday, Feb. 9, against the Comanche Lady Indians by winning in a shutout, 8-0.