Eagle Sports

Four Eagles named to All Conference team

Southern Boone’s Carrie Ponder was named to the first team All Tri-County Conference team announced this week. Three other Eagles were named to the squad. Conference champions California Pintos had two players named to the first team, one named to the second team and one to the Honorable Mention list. The Pintos’ Elizabeth Lutz was

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Locker rooms ready for Eagles

The new Southern Boone Eagles locker room is ready for the Eagles girls spring soccer team and is now ready for fall football and boys soccer.   While workers are completing some final detail work, SoBoCo Activities Director Pat Lacy said Friday the renovated former weight room was given occupancy permission by county inspectors earlier

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Eagles fall at districts to St. James

When the SoBoCo Eagles have shot the ball well from the 3-point line this season, they have won ball games easily. Even when they had average nights shooting 3-pointers, they have won. But on bad nights from the 3-point line, the Eagles have lost to Hallsvile, Blair Oaks and Fulton.   On Thursday in the

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EAGLES WIN FIRST ROUND DISTRICT GAME

The SoBoCo Eagles fought off an upset bid by the Dixon Bulldogs on Tuesday night to win their first round Class 3 District 9 game by a 73-59 score. The Eagles were tied early 13-13, but SoBoCo went on a 9-0 run fueled by scoring by Sam Stichnote, Tyson Smith and the defensive efforts of

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South Callaway ends Eagles girls season

The SoBoCo Eagles girls basketball team entered Monday’s districtd opener with momentum – having won four of their past five games – but the South Callaway Bulldogs came to the tourney with a No. 2 state ranking and an unbeaten record. In the end, South Callaway’s size and talent out-matched that of the Eagles and

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Eagles get wins at State meet

Both Southern Boone Eagles had one win and two losses and left the state wrestling meet without a medal, but Eagles wrestling coach Trent Tracy sees that the program continues to get closer to wrestling powerhouses – with only two years of experience. Dom Lawrence and Blake Schmidt lost their opening matches, won their first

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Eagles win at Warsaw, Rece hurt

The most important play during Friday’s win at Warsaw was not a Sam Stichnote dunk or a Brady Trammell 3-point shot. The most important play did not result in a basket by either team – but a bad ankle sprain to point guard Rece Gilmore. Gilmore was injured during the 81-62 win that saw all

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Seniors lead Eagles effort

The SoBoCo Eagles boys basketball team played Dixon on Tuesday evening (see bocojo.com for results) in the first round of the Class 3, District 9 basketball tournament. The Eagles are attempting to repeat their district title from last year, when they defeated Blair Oaks at Blair Oaks. Along with the top-seeded Falcons, teams from St.

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EAGLES GET READY FOR DISTRICTS WITH WIN OVER OSAGE

The Eagles boys basketball team grabbed a little momentum in getting ready for next weeks district tournament on Wednesday night by defeating the Osage Indians by a 69-59 score. SoBoCo jumped to a 17-12 first quarter lead and stretched that lead to 32-20 at halftime. Behind the scoring of point guard Rece Gilmore with 24

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