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Dylan Rowell goes up for a save during Bolivar's Monday Night Soccer July 9. The team will hold these summer scrimmages for the next two weeks at 6 p.m. at the high school practice field.

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Twenty-five Southwest Baptist University football players were named academic all-conference by the Great Lakes Valley Conference for the 2017 season.

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Four Bolivar girls soccer players earned All-Region 3 honors. The selections by the Missouri Soccer Coaches Association were made for Districts 9 to 12.

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A half-dozen Bolivar girls soccer players earned all-district honors from Class 3 District 11. The Lady Liberators were district champions for a third-straight season, finishing 19-2 on the spring.

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Bolivar girls soccer’s season ended in the state quarterfinals for a third straight season Saturday afternoon, May 26. The Lady Liberators lost 4-0 to No. 6-ranked Union in the Class 3 quarterfinals at Bolivar.

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Bolivar fought through a tough start Tuesday night, May 22, in Class 3 Sectionals at Webb City. The Lady Liberators blanked the host Lady Cardinals 1-0 behind an Ally Hargis second-half goal and another shutout by the BHS defense.

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Bolivar baseball pushed its winning streak to nine Tuesday night, May 15, as the team won a second-consecutive district championship. The Liberators topped top-seed Marshfield 4-2, after the Class 4 District 10 final was shifted west to Price Cutter Field in Ozark.

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Bolivar girls soccer is back in the state playoffs after a third-consecutive district championship Monday night, May 14, in Carthage. The Lady Liberators won round three with second-seed Willard 2-1 in the Class 3 District 11 title game.

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Bolivar's hope for a repeat tennis district title was halted with a comeback at No. 2 singles Wednesday night, May 9, at Bolivar Middle School. The Liberators fell 5-3 to visiting Warrensburg in the Class 1 District 12 championship match.

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Bolivar girls soccer won its home finale Friday night, May 4, over visiting Branson. The Lady Liberators posted another shutout with a 2-0 win over the Lady Pirates.

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Bolivar track and field went out in the COC on top Tuesday night, May 1, in Rogersville. The Lady Liberators won the final COC Small Division meet, while the Liberators were second to Reeds Spring.

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The Lady Liberators stayed on a roll with three wins over two days at the Willard Tournament last weekend. The Lady Liberators deposited two shutouts before winning the championship game 3-2 over host Willard Saturday, April 27.

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Bolivar golf finished third at the COC Tournament Monday, April 23, at Ledgestone Country Club in Branson. Drake Johnson earned all-conference honors with his seventh-place finish at the tournament hosted by Reeds Spring.

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Bolivar girls soccer was shorthanded but posted a road win Thursday night, April 19, in Republic. The Lady Liberators won 3-3 over the host Lady Tigers behind a Sarah Peterson hat trick.

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Bolivar girls soccer wrapped up COC Small Division play with its second shutout in as many days Tuesday, April 17. The Lady Liberators dominated visiting Marshfield in a 3-0 home win.

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A strong start got Bolivar in the win column in the COC Small Division Thursday night, April 12. The Liberators walloped visiting Buffalo 13-5.

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Bolivar girls soccer fell in a defensive battle with visiting Springfield Catholic Tuesday night, April 10. The Lady Irish completed the sweep of COC Small Division play with a 1-0 win over the Lady Liberators.

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The Bolivar defense shut down a high-scoring Willard team Thursday night, April 5, in a makeup game as the Lady Liberators’ soccer team blanked the visiting Lady Tigers 3-0.

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Bolivar girls soccer returned to the pitch for the first time in 16 days and came home with another shutout. The Lady Liberators topped host Logan-Rogersville 4-0 Tuesday night, April 3, in both teams' COC Small Division opener in Rogersville.

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A passion for soccer was turned into a volunteer coaching role for Bolivar resident Chris Dinwiddie. The Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, native is one of the volunteer coaches for the Bolivar Football Club, which finished its first season last year. Dinwiddie wants his love for the game to rub off o…