Volleyball camp planned Oct. 24
The Bunceton/Prairie Home High School Volleyball team will host a volleyball camp Oct. 24. All schools are welcome to attend.
Students in fourth through eighth grade can attend. There is a $25 registration fee, which includes lunch and a T-shirt. Coach Dustin Ray is contacting all Bunceton/Prairie Home alumni volleyball players to play a match 1 p.m. October 24, following the elementary and middle school volleyball camp.
Those interested should contact Ray as soon as possible. To sign up for the camp, the alumni games or for more information, contact email email@example.com or call 660-427-5415.
Bunceton Junior Class is raising money for the 2021 prom by raffling off a full-sized John Deere quilt. If interested, contact any Junior Class member or Tracy Breece.
The Praire Home with Bunceton baseball team had some successes Sept. 22 against Higbee.
"We finally stepped up and played a complete game tonight,“ coach Trevor Huth said. ”We hit with runners in scoring position and moved runners over as needed throughout the game. We played defense behind our pitcher and definitely have some momentum moving forward into in a big week."
The team then played Calvary Lutheran on Thursday.
"We came out and started the game hitting the ball hard,“ Huth said. ”We scored one run early to take the lead and then took a couple steps back and relaxed and let Calvary stay in the game. We finally came alive late in the top of the seventh to take the lead. Great pitching on the mound tonight and team work behind him."
They played New Franklin on Friday and earned a win.
"[It] was a great game all around for us for seven full innings,“ Huth said. ”We played great defense behind some good pitching on the mound tonight. With that we hit the ball pretty good all night and came alive late to score three runs in the top of the seventh to take the lead again. Solid win against a good new Franklin team."
The junior high basketball season has begun.
The girls' first game was Friday against Prairie Home. The team had only five players for this game but they hustled and worked hard. At the end of the third quarter, the Lady Panthers were ahead with their 27 points to the Lady Dragons nine points.
As the fourth quarter began, Bunceton was down to four players but they managed to score eight points while keeping Prairie Home from scoring. Prairie Home prevailed winning the game with the score of 27 to 17. Leading Bunceton with ten points was Addison Ray. Kya Turner made three points as did Paige Pearson with her three-point shot. Hannah Empie made one free throw.