Looking around the Bolivar High School auxiliary gym during practice Tuesday, Nov. 10, Lady Liberator basketball coach Ben Glasgow sees a lot of familiar faces.
Polk County’s area girls’ basketball programs are just days away from starting their 2020-21 seasons, and each team will be looking to make better on their time on the court this year after all but one finished with losing records.
Area girls basketball teams will still get the opportunity to play in a tournament in July, despite the canceling of the 14th annual Sonic Freedom Shootout basketball tournament earlier this month.
Bolivar R-1 Schools will hold a basketball camp for 2020-21 students in sixth through eighth grades from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, June 1-4, at Bolivar High School.
Southwest Baptist University track and field claimed six individual first-place finishes at the Great Lakes Valley Conference championship meet Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 29 through March 1.
For one quarter Friday, March 6, Bolivar High School boys basketball looked capable of avenging two 2019-20 losses to Logan-Rogersville and laying hands on a Class 4 District 11 championship.
Twenty-five years after his father, a longtime coach, led his team to its only district championship basketball game of his tenure, Fair Play coach Deric Link strode off the court at Southwest Baptist University, hugged his family, and went to be with his players as they celebrated their own…