Sports

Eagles win three with ease

They might be young, but they are showing that they have some soccer experience and the SoBoCo Eagles soccer team seems more than ready to challenge anyone. The Eagles won their opening three games last week, topping Osage 8-0, defeating Boonville 3-0 and defeating Battle High School on Saturday 3-1. In Saturday’s win, the Eagles

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Eagles offense a real hit

The SoBoCo Eagles softball team dropped their second game of the year this past week to Fatima, but they also defeated conference opponent Eldon. They then defeated Tolton 7-4 on Monday to lift their record to 5-2 on the season. The Eagles gave up the early lead at Tolton but, trailing 2-0, they scored runs

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Eagles Cross Country

The Eagles cross country team competed in their first race of the season last week – a 3,500 meter run – at Salisbury. SoBoCo’s Cassey Poole won the girls race in 15:23, showing the same form that won her a silver medal at last spring’s state track meet. Other girls’ results include: Koyia Prince 13th,

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Eagles push Comets early, but fall in two straight games

The Southern Boone volleyball team came out fired up to play the powerhouse Fatima Comets on Monday evening. The Eagles excited by the challenge and the Comets played as though they would rather be somewhere else; and that allowed SoBoCo to nearly steal a game from the Comets. But Fatima hung tough in game one

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Eagles move up in rankings

The SoBoCo Eagles football team moved up one notch to No. 6 in the state rankings after their win over Wright City on Friday. The Eagles moved up to No. 6 in the state rankings while conference and district rival Blair Oaks was third in the state rankings. McClure South was the top-ranked team. SoBoCo’s

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Eagles Can Grind Out A Win

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

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WHY HS FOOTBALL POLLS DON’T MATTER

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

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Eagles soccer team blanks Osage

The SoBoCo Eagles soccer team jumped out to a fast start, got three goals from Rece Gilmore and blanked the Osage Indians on Tuesday 8-0. While the Eagles are a young team this season and not expected to contend with the larger, St. Louis programs as they have in the past, they proved they can

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Eagles open with three wins to start season

The SoBoCo Eagles got outstanding pitching from Ashley Osborne and strung together enough hits at the plate to score multiple runs in three innings to defeat the Warsaw Wildcats 9-1 on Monday in their home opener. For coach Ashley Anderson, it was good to see the Eagles offense continue to chip away at the plate,

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Weather delay no problem, Eagles rally to win late

This was your typical first game of the high school football season: Missed assignments, missed tackles, missed field goals, untimely penalties, fumbles, interceptions, dropped passes, under thrown passes and momentum that shifted nearly every possession. Add to that a 50-minute weather delay. But the SoBoCo Eagles hung in there and found a way to win.

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