Kylee Zumach set new career school records in kills (1,812), solo blocks (74), and points (2,148). She was named all-state twice, all-conference four times and conference MVP twice. She led the Bison to a 24-4 record her senior season and is currently a freshman playing volleyball at Kansas State. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

 

Andrew Iverson was the starting point guard on the 2013-14 BHS boys’ basketball team that advanced to the Class 4A state tournament last spring at Target Center in Minneapolis. He was also an all-conference starting pitcher his senior year for the Bison varsity baseball team and twice was named all-conference as a defensive back/tight end for the varsity football squad. Iverson will attend Augsburg College this fall where he will play football for the Auggies. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

 

Bo Pederson (left) receives his T-shirt for attending last weeks Buffalo Bison summer football camp, which was led by new BHS football head coach Todd Bouman (right) and other members of his coaching staff. The camp for grades 6-8 was held July 14-17 and kids in grades 2-5 met July 21-24 at the high school football fields. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

The members of the BYSS National 2014 team (front row, left-right): Ellie Madsen, Hailey Strenge, Leah Taylor, Cole Madsen, Anna Ebnet, Colby Ebnet, Carter Schmidt; (back row, left-right): coaches Mike Reineccius, Rod Strenge, Peter Schmidt, Butch Zvorack and Bob Fix. (Submitted photo)

 

Buffalo’s Colton Haight dives head first past Cokato third baseman Eric Pokornowski after legging out an eighth inning triple during Sunday’s 13-4 Bulldogs loss on July 20 at Bentfield Mills Park to the Kings. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

 

At Montrose Elementary, the entire base of the playground area will be removed and replaced. According to District 877 Buildings and Grounds Director John Heltunen, the new surface will meet the new standards for concussion safety. The base will have a nine-inch cushion that will help prevent concussions if youngsters fall from the swings or the play structures. (Photo by Doug Voerding)