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Eagles blast Versailles, get third seed in playoffs

The SoBoCo Eagles didn’t waste much time letting the Versailles Tigers know which team was going to dominate the line of scrimmage last Friday night. Versailles gained only nine yards on their first three downs, attempted a fake punt and got stuffed by Eagles linebacker Ty Varvil. Five plays later, Jackson Sartain rumbled nine yards

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Eagles Blank Fulton

It wasn’t pretty, but in playoff soccer the idea is to simply win and advance. The SoBoCo Eagles won convincingly on the scoreboard Monday night, blanking Fulton by a 4-0 score in a game that even coach Chris Miller labeled as “lifeless at times.” The Eagles advanced on their home field to play Father Tolton

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Three Eagles win conference honors

Three SoBoCo Eagles won All-Conference honors and Cassey Poole won the girls race last week at the Tri-County Conference cross country meet at Eldon.   The Varsity Boys won fifth place with the following runners: Isaac Smith 5th 17:46; Jess Newkirk 11th ,18:08; Josh Sampsell 24th 19:03; Blake Schmidt 34th 19:46; Tyler Munoz 45th 20:23;

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Eagles MS runners end season

Middle School cross country finished up there season with the conference meet at Eldon on Oct 12. Connor Burns was the overall winner for the boys with Mason Ahern placing 2nd. Also finishing in the medals were PJ Schmidt and Aidan Bukowsky. The boys team finished 2nd place, only 2 points behind the 1st place

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SoBoCo looks to take 7th straight district crown

Will this year’s district tournament be lucky No. 7 for the SoBoCo Eagles soccer team? Or is this the year Coach Chris Miller and crew are upset by a talented Father Tolton squad? The Eagles will host this year’s soccer districts beginning Monday with the top-seeded Eagles take on Fulton at 5 p.m. and the

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Eagles take on Versailles for senior night

Forget about whether or not tonight’s final regular-season SoBoCo Eagles will be competitive. The Versailles Tigers are not going to be capable of competing with the Eagles for much past the first quarter. That said, if the Eagles go out and think this is going to be a grade school picnic, they just might get

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DEFENSE STUFFS WILDCATS

The SoBoCo Eagles had not put together a pair of solid, dominant wins the entire football season.  The Warsaw Wildcats were brimming qith confidence, just coming off their biggest qin in years. Something had to give, but it wasn’t about to be the SoBoCo Eagles defense. Stopping the potent Wildcaats running attack cold, the Eagles

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SoBoCo slips past Tolton in district battle

Southern Boone’s Rece Gilmore take a perfectly placed pass from Rajesh Bennett and slammed the ball into the net for the only score of the game on Monday night, giving the SoBoCo Eagles a 1-0 win over district opponent Father Tolton Trailblazers in Ashland.   “It was two evenly-matched teams and we made one more

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Eagles volleyball tops Hallsville, overcome illness at tourney

The SoBoCo Eagles volleyball team may have been thinking more about Senior Night than volleyball.  But after losing the first game 22-25, the Eagles won two straight, blitzing the Indians 25-15 and 25-14 to win a Tri-County Conference match. After handing the Indians several points in the first game loss, the Eagles relied on senior

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Eagles softball ends season in semi-finals of district tourney

The Eagles softball team was doomed by a blooper to short left-center field that scored the winning run for the Helias Crusaders as they defeated SoBoCo 2-1 in the semi-finals of distrcit play last week.          The Eagles ended their season with a 17-9 record. Eagles coach Ashley Anderson said the close

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