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Dawgs Dominate Eagles

By Jason Bucher      On Friday the Bedford Bulldog faithful watched the Dawgs put an end to a five-game losing streak with a dominant 60-31 win over district opponent East Union.      Before the game, the crowd recognized six seniors and their parents for their hard work and dedication to the Bedford Bulldog football program. Seniors Logan…

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Cross Country Runs in POI

By Jason Bucher      On Tuesday the Bedford Bulldogs cross country team traveled to Leon for the the Pride of Iowa Conference meet featuring runners from Central Decatur, Mount Ayr, Lenox, Nodaway Valley, Southeast Warren, Martensdale St. Marys, Southwest Valley and Wayne. On a pleasant day with temperatures in the low 70’s the runners hit the…

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Lady Dawgs travel to SE Warren forPOI tourney

By Jason Bucher      On Monday the Lady Dawgs traveled to Southeast Warren to compete in the Pride of Iowa Conference Tournament. In the opening match the Lady Dawgs squared off with Central Decatur and won 25-16, 25-15 and 25-20. In the opening set Abby Dukes started things off with an ace. Dukes then set Nora…

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Football Friday

By Jason Bucher            Last Friday, the Dawgs squared off with Taylor county foe the Lenox Tigers. In a game with high intensity the Dawgs held their own in the first half before a twenty-eight point second half led to the Dawgs first defeat of the season with a score of 54-12.

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Lady Dawgs Tame The Tigers Twice

By Jason Bucher           On Tuesday night, the Lady Dawgs took on their Taylor County rival the Lenox Tigers. The Lady Dawgs did not disappoint as they were able to win 3 sets to 1 to win the traveling Back 40 Volley Brawl Trophy. In the first set, the Lady Dawgs set the tone as Abby…

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Dawgs Silence Tigers

By Jason Bucher      On Friday, the Bedford Bulldogs traveled to Griswold for a district 9 8-man opener. The Dawgs defense showed up and kept the opponent out of the end zone en route to a 52-0 win. This was Bedford’s first shut out since the 2017 season.

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