We know that the Southern Boone Eagles will visit the Blair Oaks Falcons on Friday night for a football game at 7 p.m. The question is: Which teams will actually show up? Will Blair Oaks send the Falcons team onto the field that overwhelmed Eldon? Or will they field the team that merely squeaked by
If the Southern Boone Eagles want to get back on the winning track, they are going to have to show improvement in the areas that have plagued them the past two weeks – passing, offense and defense and going out and putting a pop on their opponent. The Indians, 3-1, come to Ashland for a
The SoBoCo Eagles will need to play smarter and more physical football this week if they want to get back on the winning track. The Eagles host rival Hallsville in Ashland at 7 p.m. The Booster Club hosts BBQ plate dinners beginning an hour before the game. “Rivals? Yeah, this is a rivalry game,” said
Trailing 22-0 at halftime, the SoBoCo Eagles came out of the locker room and stopped the Eldon Mustangs cold on two straight possessions. In between, they then took the ball downfield scored on a Jackson Sartain run. But with momentum on their side after a Sam Stichnote interception and thinking about a comeback, the Eagles
The SoBoCo Eagles will be looking for their third straight win on Friday when they travel to Eldon. For the Eagles defense, they will be challenged to stop the Mustangs scoring machine that rolled up more than 500 yards of offense and 72 points last week. “They like to run the ball and control the
Eagles safety Sam Stichnote stepped in front of a Sean McDonald pass with 1:50 left in the game, made the interception to seal a 31-08 and hundreds of Eagles fans – and coaches – seemingly let out a big sigh of relief. The Southern Boone football team had won its second game of the season.
The Wright City Wildcats had their fill of the Southern Boone Eagles football team last fall. First, a 35-6 rain-shortened pummeling in Wright City and then the Wildcats absorbed a 49-0 pounding in Ashland in the district playoffs. No doubt, the Wildcats will be looking to avenge those embarrassing losses – but do they have
The Southern Boone Eagles football team jumped from its No. 10 ranking to No. 7 in the state’s media polls. What does that mean? Not much, according to Eagles head coach Trent Tracy. Tracy, who notes that his team is paying more attention to this week’s opponent Wright City than polls, realizes that when teams
The SoBoCo Eagles kick off the season tonight at North Callaway and, after a bit of a battle, should come away with a win. First games are something that all players look forward to and most coaches somewhat dread. First game jitters lead to first game mistakes – and the first game is very often
2017 Eagles Varsity Football Schedule Check back tomorrow for a preview of Friday night’s first game of the season.