After last Tuesday’s 56-46 overtime loss to Blair Oaks, the Eagles boys took Wednesday off and didn’t play again until last night’s first-round Classic game. It was designed by coach Andy Jahnsen to allow the SoBoCo players to re-fill their tanks after fading late in the loss to the Falcons and not scoring at all
The SoBoCo boys basketball team met a pair of hot-shooting teams this past week and found a way to defeat both of them. The Eagles, now 14-4, out-pointed Eldon 74-43 on Friday and defeated Boonville in a wild contest 71-56. The Eagles got 28 points from Sam Stichnote and 17 points from Rece Gilmore in
Blake Schmidt notches 100th career victory The SoBoCo Eagles defeated Osage and tied Boonville on Senior night on Thursday at the SoBoCo Middle School gym. Winning matches for the Eagles were Konnor Turner by Technical fall, Blake Schmidt, dec. 10-6; Ty Varvil by pin 3:33 in the second period. In the Boonville match, Blake Schmidt
The Eagles girls basketball team dropped a pair of hard-fought contests this past week. The Eagles fell to Hickman 48-39 on Thursday and then fell to state ranked Boonville on Monday by a 68-49 score. But both games showed that the Eagles were capable of surprising even the best teams in Mid-Missouri. On Monday, SoBoCo
The visiting Versailles Tigers showed that they could knock down shots from the 3-point line on Tuesday night, but they were no match for the one-two punch of SoBoCo’s Rece Gilmore and Sam Stichnote. Gilmore scored 26 points and Stichnote had 25 as the Eagles rolled over the Tigers 86-73 at the SoBoCo gym. For
The SoBoCo Eagles took an very different, scaled down varsity team to last weekend’s tournament at Warsaw and still medaled five wrestlers and placed 9th out of 16 teams. For coach Trent Tracy, watching his team without senior leader Blake Schmidt on the mat (due to illness), it was another sign of progress. Tracy said
SoBoCo Eagles baseball player, Daniel Smith was recently recognized as a 2nd team All American National by Perfect Game which is a baseball scouting service. Smith is a senior at Southern Boone and signed a letter of intent last fall to pitch for Northwest Missouri State next year.
Southern Boone Eagles freshman Kayla Sage has been invited to represent Missouri on a 2018 volleyball team. The team will be playing multiple games during a youth sports exchange in Australia. Sage will depart for Queensland, Australia on July 16 and compete for individual honors and team championship titles, according to a press release from
The Eagles girls basketball team rallied from a 21-13 halftime defecit, but could not tie the game in a 43-40 loss to the Battle Spartans on Saturday at the consolation game of the California Tournament. The Eagles were led by junior Carrie Ponder with 18 points on 8-of-12 shooting and 2-of-2 from the 3-point line.
The Osage shot at the buzzer was good, but it was launched at the buzzer – too late to be counted and the SoBoCo Eagles pulled at a 68-66 win on Friday, good for third place in the Tri-County Conference Tournament. It was a game the Eagles should have won, but nearly handed to the