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Eagles soccer falls at Jeff City, tops Belle at home

Ian McCluskey scored two first half goals to lead the Eagles to a 3-0 win over Belle – a Class 1 Final Four team a year ago. McCluskey’s first goal came just 1:34 into the game as the Eagles got off to a quick start. He scored again about 22 minutes later, putting the ball

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Volleyball team struggles in tourney

Eagles volleyball coach Jaime Nelson knew that the middle of this season would be difficult. And it is. The Eagles competed in the Camdenton Tournament Saturday, then came back on Monday to play at Blair Oaks and traveled to California on Tuesday. The result of difficult scheduling is only one win in the last four

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Punt, Pass & Kick Competition

The NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Competition is scheduled for 11am on September 24th at the Southern Boone High School Football Field Anyone between the ages of 6 and 15 (see below for Age Verification) can compete. There are girls and boys divisions within each age group. And the cost is FREE! Age Verification: If

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Eagles softball, soccer earn big wins

The Eagles softball team easily defeated conference rival Hallsville 9-1 and the Eagles soccer team blanked Final Four team Belle 3-0 in home match ups on Thursday. The Eagles softball team was led by Courtney Phillips’ two hits and Ashley Osborne’s dominate pitching performance. Eagles second baseman Kate Ponder put SoBoCo into a first inning

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Eagles Test Unbeaten Record at Osage

Two teams with identical unbeaten records and similar seasons will face off on Friday night at School of the Osage when the SoBoCo Eagles visit the Osage Indians. At stake? The right to challenge the Blair Oaks Falcons for the Tri-County Conference title. The Indians have defeated Fulton, Seneca, Hallsville and Warsaw – with their

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Eagles Volleyball Grabs Conference Win

The SoBoCo volleyball team bounced back from a Monday loss to grab a conference win over Versailles on Tuesday night, however, the SoBoCo soccer team fell at Jeff City and the Eagles softball team fell from the ranks of the unbeaten in a loss to Helias. Strong hitting from Hannah Crow and serving by Emma

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Volleyball Eagles splits, competition only gets tougher

The Eagles volleyball team dropped its second match of the year on Monday, falling at Camdenton by 7-25, 18-25 scores. “We came out slow in the first set – which I expected we would,” said Eagles coach Jaime Nelson. “It took us a littlbe bit to get going, but the score of the first game

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Eagles pick up pair of wins, stay unbeaten

The Eagles softball team continued their winning ways, moving their record to 7-0 with a pair of wins last week. The Eagles hosted Helias on Tuesday and will play at home vs Hallsville on Thursday. In their second conference game of the season, the Eagles pounded out seven runs in the first three innings at

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Tough Running

If you don’t think cross country is a sport for tough runners, think again. Facing their toughest competition of the year and running on a muddy, slick and crowded course, the SoBoCo Eagles held their own on Saturday. Add that performance to the Eagles girls running to a second place team finish and coach Crystal

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Eagles take first loss, bounce back for win

The SoBoCo soccer team had out-classed its opponents up to last weekend, but also been the beneficiary of some looking after by the soccer Gods. Life is good when things are going your way. However, on Friday the Eagles ran into perhaps the state’s best team in John Burroughs – and nothing seemed to go

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