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All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 17 – Sep 23

Sep 17 Girls Freshman Volleyball vs. North Polk, Pella Christian, Des Moines Christian, Des Moines Lincoln, AC-GC North Polk, Pella Christian, Des Moines Christian, Des Moines Lincoln, AC-GC 4:30 pm | Bondurant-Farrar High School Sep 17 Boys Junior Varsity Football at Creston Community Creston Community 6:00 pm | Creston High School Sep 18 Girls Junior

VB takes second in home tourney!

The Bondurant Farrar Volleyball team started the morning with a difficult task, playing at 8 am and taking on #3 rated Dallas-Center Grimes.  The Bluejays started fast with a 21-19 win in set 1, set 2 DCG took 21-14.  The deciding set went to DCG 15-10.  The girls responded by going 4-0 the rest of

Varsity Football with 21-13 victory over Creston!

The Bondurant-Farrar Bluejays moved to 3-1 with hard fought 21-13 victory over the Creston Panthers on Friday.  The first quarter was a defensive battle with several big plays by the Bluejay defense including big sacks by Kaeden Lozano and Hunter Aterburn.  The second quarter saw both offenses get on the board, the Bluejays were set

9th FB wins 33-6

The Bondurant-Farrar 9th grade football team moved to 3-1 with a solid 33-6 victory over Creston on Friday night.  The evening started with the team taking the opening drive and driving the field to take a 7-0 lead.  The team added another score in the first to make it 13-0.  The defense forced a three

Volleyball Stays undefeated in RRC with Comeback Victory!

Winterset and Bondurant-Farrar came in with undefeated conference records and the evening did not disappoint.  Prior to the game Mr. Hucke and members of the select choir gave an outstanding performance of the national anthem.  The Bluejays came out strong and took Set 1 25-9.  Winterset bounced back to take set 2 25-20.  Set 3

RRC Leadership Summit

Fifteen student-athletes attended the annual Raccoon River Conference Leadership Summit Wednesday September 12th at Grandview University.  The student athletes were selected by a coaches nomination process and was comprised of four freshmen, sophomores, juniors, as well as three seniors.  The morning session was facilitated by Jeff Kluever, who is the assistant director for programs for

Varsity Football Wins 42-21

The Varsity Football battled through penalties, turnovers and mistakes to hand South Tama County a 42-21 defeat.  The Bluejays jumped ahead 7-0, but the Trojans responded with a long run and 2 pt conversion after a penalty to take the lead 8-7.  The Bluejays responded with a touchdown drive to take the lead back at

Freshmen FB takes care of South Tama County 25-0!

The Freshmen football team jumped out to a 7-0 on long sustained drive in the first quarter.  The second quarter saw the team post eighteen more points to go into half up 25-0.  The offense sputtered a bit in the second half, but as with the first half the defense held strong.  The 9th team

Volleyball Sweeps Ballard!

The Volleyball team wasted no time taking care of business with a sweep of the Ballard Bombers, by the scores of 25-9, 25-17 and 25-20.  The Bluejays travel to Carlisle on Tuesday September 11, then come home for a big conference showdown with the Winterset Huskies on Thursday September 13th.  9-JV matches start at 5:30