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SoBoCo falls at Springfield Catholic in Sectional play

Lead Photo: Eagles Claim Second Straight District Crown Fresh off their second district title in as many years, the SoBoCo Eagles again faced a difficult task, facing the Springfield Catholic Irish in the Sectional round of the state tournament. Despite the weather delay of nearly an hour, the Eagles started out well, but Catholic scored two

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Eagles send nine to state track meet this weekend

The Southern Boone Eagles track teams faced some speedy competition on Saturday at the Sectional track meet, but still qualified a number of events for this weekend’s state track meet in Jefferson City. Cassey Poole qualified in the 400 meters and Sayde Taggart qualified in the 300 meter hurdles. Both runners were medalists at the

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Five Eagle on All-Conference list

Five Southern Boone Eagles baseball players were named to the All Tri-County Conference baseball team this past week. Senior Daniel Smith and freshman Ethan Osborne led the Eagles with first team spots. Junior pitcher and infielder Nate Allen and third baseman Seth Mueller garnered second team spots and shortstop Sam Stichnote was named to the

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SoBoCo bats go silent in semifinal loss

The SoBoCo Eagles had plenty of runners on base – and scored some runs – but it wasn’t enough as St. James outscored the Eagles in a wild 9-6 game in the semi-finals of the Class 4 district tournament at Sullivan. The loss ends the Eagles season at 13-5. SoBoCo was 7-1 in the Tri-County

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Cross’s OT goal ‘Rains’ over Hanibal

The Eagles soccer team remembered the overtime game earlier this season in the Hannibal Tournament. It was over quickly as the Eagles watched their opponent take the OT kick and go right down and score. SoBoCo learned it’s lesson well and last Wednesday, it was their turn. The Eagles took the kick, moved the ball

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Eagles find fish at Table Rock

The Southern Boone Fishing Team sent 5 teams to Table Rock Lake for the third tournament of the year in the National Youth Fishing Association Series. No team was able to string together a winning bag of fish, but at least the weather was nice and fish were caught. Things are starting to look up

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Kids’ Free Fishing in Jeff City

Fishing helps kids discover nature and conserve it, too. Help the kids in your life get hooked on the thrill of fishing. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites kids up to age 15 (along with their families) to a day of free fishing, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 23, at MDC

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Eagles rebound with Battle bashing

Trammell’s two-out double scores three runs The SoBoCo Eagles baseball team took advantage of Battle miscues, errant pitching and a huge 3-run double by first baseman Brady Trammell as they edged the Spartans 5-4 on Monday evening in Ashland. “Anytime you beat a Class 5 team it is a big win,” said Eagles coach Andy

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Eagles offense explodes

SoBoCo tops Tolton and Osage, top seed at districts The Eagles soccer team won two very different games this week: SoBoCo overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit to swamp Father Tolton in the second half and qin 4-1; The Eagles got four first half goals and hammered Osage on Senior Night 5-0. Both wins were important

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