Sports

Eagles fall to Helias, end season

The SoBoCo Eagles had a pair of errors, multiple walks and gave up a few hits to allow the Helias Crusaders six big runs in the first inning and that was all the top-seeded team needed on their way to an 11-1 win over the Eagles. SoBoCo ended their season in the semi-finals of the

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Vaughan signs with William Woods

Colin Vaughan, son of Jane Vaughan signed a letter of intent to continue his baseball career at William Woods University, in Fulton. Colin was a four year participant of Football, Basketball and Baseball. Through his hardwork and commitment to the weight room and the countless hours of skill development Colin has been recognized as a

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Turkey hunters harvest 43,339 birds this spring

Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that turkey hunters checked 39,239 birds during Missouri’s 2017 regular spring turkey season April 17 through May 7. Top harvest counties were Franklin with 932 birds checked, Texas with 843, and Callaway with 697. Young turkey hunters harvested 4,100 birds during the 2017 spring youth

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Hickman blasts Eagles

The Southern Boone Eagles baseball team has a 10-3 record against Missouri teams which are not playing Class 5 baseball. However, four losses to Georgia/Alabama teams to open the year – those teams started playing games in February, giving them a decided advantage – and losses to Rock Bridge, Staley, Battle and, on Tuesday night,

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Tri-County meet in Eldon

The Southern Boone Varsity track team travelled to Eldon last week to compete in the SW Tri-County Conference. For race results, please see today’s Journal.    

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Offense off the bench

Eagles defeat Tolton, Sacred Heart, Osage Soccer teams which have been rolling the way the SoBoCo Eagles have been rolling could be excused if they were caught looking past the final week of the season and a few challenging teams. That would not describe this Eagles team. SoBoCo fought off a challenge from Father Tolton

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Watts qualifies for state meet

Southern Boone golfer fired a 76, good enough for second place at the Class 3 Section 3 Golf Tournament on Monday at Meadow Lake Golf Course. The score qualifies Watts to be the lone golfer at next Monday-Tuesday’s state golf tournament in Sedalia. “He just did everything better than last week at the district meet,”

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Eagles swamp Mexico

Savana Johnson broke a scoreless tie midway through the first half with a 35-yard volley that sailed into the goal for a 1-0 SoBoCo lead. That was all the Eagles needed, but they got a lot more in a 4-0 win over district opponent Mexico on Tuesday evening at the Eagles athletic field. Kylie Shoot

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Eagles soccer team continues to roll

Four goals in the first 12 minutes of the second half stunned visiting Winfield and lifted the SoBoCo Eagles girls soccer team to a 6-2 win on Thursday night. Kate Ponder and Faryn Griffin led the charge, however, it was more like a tornado of white jerseys who created open shots, crosses in front of

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