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
The toughest part of the early wrestling season for Eagles freshman Kade Scheer was watching. Scheer, with a broken arm, sat quietly on the sidelines for the first two months. But on Saturday, the SoBoCo 106-pounder went 3-0 in his first high school competition to win the Marshall Tournament. The Eagles had four medal winners:
Eagles guard Sadie Giles hit a trio of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter on Friday night in the third place game against the Blair Oaks Falcons, but the Falcons withstood the Eagles rally to win 46-38. Giles’ sharp shooting brought SoBoCo back from a 7-point deficit at the end of the third quarter to being
The SoBoCo Eagles opened the California Tournament on Monday as the third seed, but they looked like they could take on any Class 3 team. The Eagles jumped to a 24-7 lead and the host Pintos were never really in the game as SoBoCo built the advantage to 51-21 at halftime and coasted to an
Southern Boone’s two-year winning streak at the Tri-County Conference basketball tournament has ended. The Eagles boys and girls teams both lost semi-final games on Tuesday. The girls lost to top seed California by a 57-37 score and the boys fell to top seeded Hallsville by a 64-59 score. The Eagles boys played their rivals from
Lead Photo: The 7th grade girls ended their season on Wednesday, Dec. 13. The girls finished their season with a record of 12-1. Team members include: bottom row from left, Jacey Scheer, Annika Farrar, Mackinze Frazier, Kyra Massie, Julia Richardson, Ashlynne Ussery, Mya Zagorac and Olivia Sones, Back row, from left; Coach Jami Troth, Tessa
The Eagles boys basketball team won two games over the holiday break, the second on Saturday a 71-65 win over Versailles in the first round of the Tri-County Conference Tournament at Osage. The Eagles, now 5-3, played unbeaten and top tournament seed Hallsville on Tuesday night, see bocojo.com for results. The Eagles were out-shot early