The Southern Boone Eagles cheerleader team attended summer camp at the University of Missouri this past week. The Eagles team performed their routine before other cheer teams, their NCA coaches and parents on Sunday morning. Coach Christina Tracy said the Eagles learned new stunts and improved their routines.
Southern Boone sent four teams to Mark Twain Lake on Sunday for the last regular tournament of the season. The Eagles had two teams weigh in fish. Brent Williams and Luke Anderson finished 12th and Isaac Bieghler and Carter Miller finished 16th. Sixty-six boats attended the last regular season event. “In spite of the rough
Recent Southern Boone graduate Riley Scheer was recently named to the 2017 All State Academic soccer team. Scheer, a standout defender on the Eagles girls soccer team which won its first district title in five years, was the Salutatorian of the Southern Boone graduating class of 2017. Sixty-eight soccer players were nominated and the quality
The SoBoCo Eagles girls basketball team had a great week in camp recently, according to coach Tony Phillips. While some might think the Eagles will have difficulty replacing one of the top senior classes to take the court for Southern Boone, Phillips says he sees opportunity. “I think we will be a faster team next
Elementary volleyball players and Middle School volleyball players enjoyed a great week of camp last week with plenty of lessons on hitting, defense and team play with coach Jaime Nelson. The Eagles Middle School team is getting ready for a fall season. Elementary School Middle School
The SoBoCo Eagles took 38 varsity and junior varsity players to a one-day scrimmage camp on Saturday at Central Missouri and came away unbeaten – and almost untouched. The Eagles wound up a week’s worth of summer camp by out-scoring five other squads – including Class 4 team Helias – by playing tough, physical football.
The Eagles girls volleyball team held summer camp last week and played scrimmages at Eldon over the weekend. According to coach Jaime Nelson, the varsity played “steady,” facing Rock Bridge in a surprisingly close contest. They lost in the semi-finals to Osage. “The girls just completely ran out of gas, but overall, it was a
Eagles girls basketball camps were held recently at the SoBoCo High School gym. Players worked on individual skills and as well as teamwork. Eagles coach Tony Phillips credited his high school players for assisting with the younger players. ~ See today’s Journal for more photos of Lady
The Show-Me STATE GAMES will include a variety of different events this weekend. Among these are lacrosse, high school basketball, softball and volleyball, adult soccer, pickleball and par-3 golf. In addition, the GAMES is adding a new event to this year’s lineup, MoNASP Archery, in partnership with the Missouri Department of Conservation. The Missouri State
Former SoBoCo Eagles two-time state high jump champion Landon Bartel will vie for a national title this weekend when he competes in the NCAA Track and Field championships in Eugene, Oregon. Bartel, a junior at the University of Nebraska, qualified for the championships by tying for first place at the regional meet at the University