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
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The Cubs finally won a World Series and a woman was nominated to be her party’s nominee for President of the United States. However, the Blair Oaks Falcons retained its grip on a district title football championship with a 56-35 win over the SoBoCo Eagles on Friday night in Wardsville. But the Eagles took a
The SoBoCo Eagles football team will take a five-game winning streak into the Class 3, District 6 championship game on Friday night. However, they will travel to Wardsville to face the No. 2 ranked Blair Oaks Falcons – who are riding a 10-game winning streak. That doesn’t mean the Eagles will be mailing this one
SoBoCo’s ‘bend-but-don’t-break defense got a pair of key third quarter stops and the offense used a bruising ground game to defeat the Christian Eagles 56-35 on Friday night in Ashland. The win was the ninth this season – setting a record for the school at 9-2 – and propels SoBoCo into the district championship
No high school football coach wants to get in a shootout – and SoBoCo coach Trent Tracy is one who would rather win another 49-0 game. And why not? The SoBoCo Eagles go into Friday’s district semi-final against the Christian Eagles with four straight games of putting 48 or 49 points on the board.
Record 8th Win; SoBoCo to Host Christian on Friday The SoBoCo Eagles used a suffocating defense and four first half turnovers to jump to a 28-0 halftime lead on their way to a 49-0 win over Wright City on Friday night. The first round playoff win gave the Eagles an 8-2 record – the most