Eagle Sports

CMU New Scholarship Athlete

Lead Image: Dawson Crump, center, signed a scholarship recently to compete in eSports for Central Methodist University The Central Methodist eSports team has inked its first ever member to the inaugural 2018-19 team with the signing of Dawson Crump, an Ashland native, on Monday afternoon. Head coach Donald Sledge made the announcement that the first signee

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Eagles to defend tourney titles

Both the SoBoCo boys and girls basketball teams will be defending their Tri-County Conference Tournament titles this coming week. In fact, both Eagles teams are the only teams to ever win the title – taking the initial two years of the tournament. But this year the girls are seeded fifth and the boys are seeded

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Eagles girls fall to Hermann Bearcats

The SoBoCo Eagles girls basketball team discovered what happens when they have an off shooting night against one of the state’s top-ranked teams. The Eagles shot on 33% at Hermann last Tuesday and lost by a 65-39 score. “They are a very good team and we did not go and compete very well,” said Eagles

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Two Eagles juniors named to All State football team

A pair of Southern Boone Eagles football juniors were named to the media first team All State football team recently. Parker Boyc, left, was named the Class 3 kicker. Boyce averaged 55.8 yards on 62 kickoffs with 34 touchbacks, was 43-of-48 on extra points and 5-of-11 field goals, the longest of 43-yards, a school record.

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So. Mississippi Scholar

The University of Southern Mississippi has announced its President’s List for the fall semester of 2017. Walker Kesterson, a Southern Boone High School graduate, is a sophomore Political Science major, has made this list by achieving a 4.0 for the semester. Walker, a student-athlete member of the golf team, has achieve a 4.0 in all

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SoBoCo girls split Tri-County games

The Eagles girls basketball team ran into a hot-shooting state ranked team at California, but then raced past Eldon as they split their two games last week. SoBoCo fell to the No. 5 ranked California Pintos 80-57, but bounced back for their second win of the year with a 67-45 victory. “We just need to

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Eagles wrestling team wins four matches at Moberly

The SoBoCo Eagles wrestling team might be in only their second year, but they don’t hesitate to take on some of the toughest competition in the area. The Eagles faced Father Tolton – which has two major college recruits on their squad – and then competed in the Moberly Duals meet last week. The Eagles

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Girls Hoops

The SoBoCo girls basketball team dropped a Tri-County Conference game at California on Tuesday by an 87-58 score. The Eagles kept the game close through the middle of the third quarter, however, the No. 5 ranked Pintos hit 16 3-point shots in the game to pull away for the win. The Eagles girls play at

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Eagles hit shots, hammer Fatima by 20

SoBoCo boys basketball coach Andy Jahnsen was not surprised that his Eagles could come back from a double-overtime loss on Thursday to hammer Fatima on Friday night. He also was not surprised that the Eagles showed just what they could do when they got some shots to fall in running away from a good Comets

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