Bloomfield, MO - The 2021 Bloomfield boys and girls summer basketball camps will be held Monday, July 26, Tuesday, July 27th, and Wednesday, July 28th.
8 a.m. - 10 a.m. Grades Kindergarten - 4th
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Grades 5th - 8th
Campers will work on the basic fundamentals of basketball (passing, dribbling, shooting, and teamwork)
Athletes will be involved in competitive games along with daily contests.
Cost is $50 at the door. Make checks payable to Bloomfield R-14 Schools
If you have questions you can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mules Booster Club has named Kennedy Rowland and Alex Wiseman of Poplar Bluff High School the May Athletes of the Month, presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors.
Kennedy, an incoming senior who runs track, was a state qualifier in the 4x1 and 4x2 in 2021; made All-District in the 4x100 and 4x200; and was named All-Conference in the 4x100 and 4x200.
Kennedy “has really stepped up as a team leader,” said Elizabeth Lewis, her coach. “She is on time every day with a great attitude and working mindset. She leads by example, and is open to ideas to better the team.”
Alex, an incoming senior who serves as captain of the golf team, was named All-State, All-District and All-Conference in 2021; and was the Poplar Bluff and Notre Dame Invitational individual winner. He placed seventh at state, and tied for ninth in the Tom Hoover Invitational, averaging 73.3 throughout the tournament season. He led the Mules to a state record, with a team score of 297.
Alex has “great integrity, loyalty” and is a “leader,” stated Billy Pyland, his coach.
Pictured: Presenting the AOM awards to Alex Wiseman and Kennedy Rowland on Friday, July 9, is Booster Club treasurer David Rowland.
Article and photo submitted by Tim Krakowiak, Communications/Marketing Director, Poplar Bluff R-I School District
Get more information on MDC managed deer hunts, preview hunt details, and apply starting July 1 at mdc.mo.gov/managedhunt.
Beginning July 1, deer hunters can apply online through the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) website for a shot at more than 100 managed deer hunts throughout the state this fall and winter.
MDC offers managed deer hunts for archery, muzzleloading, crossbow, and modern firearms from mid-September through mid-January at conservation areas, state and other parks, national wildlife refuges, and other public areas. Some managed deer hunts are held specifically for youth or for people with disabilities.
The managed deer hunt application period is July 1 - 31. Hunters are selected by a weighted random drawing. Draw results will be available Aug. 15 through Jan. 15. Applicants who are drawn will receive area maps and other hunt information by email, or mail if an email address is not located on the customer’s account.