The Lake County Panthers football team lost to the Meeker Cowboys 45 to 14 on Friday, but put forward one of its best performances of the year, according to head coach Cody Jump.
Although Lake County has been to the Salida Invitational for many years now, the racers experienced a whole new course this year as the meet moved locations. It featured a long, flat stretch and a hill that gave the runners a challenge on the steep downhill as well as the long uphill.
Summit Halvorsen discovered his inner daredevil on Saturday.
Adult Coed Flag Football finished its first night of tournament play. The No. 1 Leadville Miners beat the No. 4 Back That Pass Up by a score of 54-23.
Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area partners with Absolute Bikes in Salida for “Take a Kid Mountain Biking” day, Saturday, Oct. 17, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area volunteer naturalist Bob Hickey will lead an easy 4.6 mile moderate hike along Midland Railroad Grade – Shield’s Gulch to the Four Mile Trailhead, Saturday, Oct. 17, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Panther volleyball had a rough week, losing three matches by a combined total of nine sets to one.
It has been a challenging season so far for the high school boys soccer team. As a very young team, we are regularly up against opponents with more size, speed and experience. In fact, we don’t have a single senior on this year’s squad.
The Lake County Panthers had an explosive offensive game last Saturday but were unable to conquer the Byers Bulldogs, falling by a score of 40 to 18.
Dr. Doug Yeakel, along with friend Dr. Chip Woodland, braved eight days of endurance mountain biking in the 2015 Cape Epic race in South Africa.
Lake County High School’s cross-country team competed in the Buena Vista Invitational at Riverside Park on Tuesday, Sept. 22. The weather for this meet is often hot and sunny and especially challenging for the Panther athletes, but this year was overcast and even a little cool. The high school harriers enjoyed the milder temperatures and performed well.
The Panthers went one for three last week in volleyball action.
The Lake County middle school cross-country team raced in Buena Vista on Sept. 22 with some runners cutting many minutes from their times from the year before.