Future SoBoCo Eagles volleyball players attended camp earlier this month. According to Eagles volleyball coach Jamie Nelson, the Eagles worked on fundamentals of play, including: Serve and receive, passing and hitting. Adding to the mix were several spirited games. “We want to work to give these young players good basic skills early, then when they
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages Missourians to discover nature this summer — and one fun and exciting way is through frogging. Frogging season begins June 30 at sunset and ends Oct. 31. Missouri has two frog species that are legal game — bullfrog and green frog. Bullfrogs are larger and therefore more sought-after.
The annual SoBoCo Eagles soccer alumni game will be Friday June 10th starting at 6pm at the high school field. There will be over 60 Eagles soccer alumni participating in the game. Admission $3 and concessions will be available. The game is a fund raiser for SoBoCo Eagles soccer.
The SoBoCo Eagles girls soccer team had five players named to the first team of All-District soccer team recently. SoBoCo’s selections were across the field, from forward Kate Ponder to midfielder Kylie Shoot, defenders Riley Scheer and Julia Lacy and goalie Katy Andrews. District champion Boonville had seven players named to the team and Marshall
The SoBoCo Eagles baseball team had three players named to the first team Tri-County Conference All-Conference squad recently – including the conference’s Most Valuable Player Alex Anderson. The Eagles won the Tri-County with a perfect 7-0 record. Anderson led the team in pitching as well as being at the top of many offensive categories. Anderson
The high school fishing team competed in their last regular season tournament Sunday, May 22 at Stockton Lake. There were 166 teams entered. Southern Boone’s Blaine Sapp and Tanner Miller took 43rd and Owen Kemna and Austin Marren finished 115th. There was a storm that moved through the night before, and many believed that would
By Bruce Wallace To decide to work at one sport, while not playing another is a difficult challenge for any high school athlete. For Hannah Crow, that meant working out three days a week on her own last winter while her former teammates and friends battled their way to the Eagles girls’ basketball team’s first
by Bruce Wallace Thirteen years ago, in Tony Phillips’ first season as the Eagles head baseball coach, SoBoCo lost to Westran in the Class 2 district tournament. The only thing that is the same is that Westran is still playing Class 2 baseball. SoBoCo, now competing with Class 4 powers like Helias and Bolivar, has
When it is playoff time, a team simply needs to advance to the next round. Sometimes that is termed “Survive and advance to the next round.” The SoBoCo Eagles did exactly that on Monday as they held off an upset-minded Fulton team by a 2-1 score. The win puts the 20-2-1 Eagles into the district
The SoBoCo Eagles performed well where expected – and perhaps where they were a bit surprised on Saturday at the District track meet. The Eagles girls finished in second place and the boys in third as both teams will send a full group of athletes to Saturday’s Sectional meet. SoBoCo’s Hannah Crow dominated in the