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
The Warsaw Wildcats will be leaving the Tri-County Conference at the end of the 2018 school year, SoBoCo Activities Director Pat Lacy confirmed last week. The Wildcats will be forming a new conference – the Ozark Highlands Conference – along with school districts in southwest Missouri to begin play in the 2018-19 school year. Lacy
If the SoBoCo Eagles win Friday’s football playoff game vs Wright City, they will set a school record with that eighth victory. But the Eagles will be focusing on getting that record one possession, one play at a time. “It’s the playoffs and everything, every play counts a little more,” said Eagles head coach Trent
Eagles score on eight straight possessions in win. SoBoCo Eagles football coach Trent Tracy likes to have his first 10 offensive plays scripted for the first possessions in the first quarter of each game. “That way, we can see if they are doing anything differently defensively (than what the Eagles prepared for) and we can
The SoBoCo Eagles complete their regular season schedule when they travel to Versailles this Friday in a Tri-County Conference game. It is a game which should be labeled “Trap Game” for the Eagles and “Opportunity Knocking” for the Tigers. SoBoCo, at 6-2, could be caught looking ahead to the playoffs while Versailles, 3-5, is looking
The Southern Boone Eagles football team did exactly what it needed to do on Friday night, coming away from Warsaw with a 49-21 Tri-County Conference win. Although, it didn’t exactly go as planned. The Eagles didn’t plan on starting out getting burned on defense by a long pass reception. And they certainly didn’t plan on
If you ask coach Trent Tracy, he will tell you that the Southern Boone Eagles football team is only thinking about winning a football game at Warsaw this Friday night. “That is what we can control,” Tracy said, “we can’t control what is happening in the Mexico vs Fulton game – we need to win
Eagles explode for four late scores to down California Down 13-7 with one second left in the first half, Colby Phillips gave the SoBoCo Eagles a huge lift with a 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. But the Pintos came back on their first drive in the third quarter to re-take the lead at 19-14.