Sports

Pirates top Pintos for girls Classic title

In a matchup of two state-ranked teams, the Pirates and Pintos came head to head in a first-place showdown on Saturday night. The game was back and forth in the first half, with California up 10-7 after one quarter of play but Boon ville coming back to take a three-point lead at the break, 20-17.

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Eagles girls fall in Classic opener

Lead Sports Photo: Rece Gilmore connects on a free throw in a recent game. The Eagles dropped a game between two ranked teams at Blair Oaks last week, then overcame a 12-point deficit to defeat St. Elizabeth. The Eagles are the No. 1 seed in the Southern Boone Classic and will play Thursday.  Lead Sports Story: Eagles

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Eagles Hall of Fame seeks nominations for 2019 Class

In April of 2018, the first class of Southern Boone Athletic Hall of Famers was chosen and inducted in a wonderful ceremony at Southern Boone High School. The first class included: April Smith Ash Tillie Bill Gerald Buescher Betty Craig Joyce Arnsmeyer Gillespie Dave Gill Melvin Lewis The 1981 state champion softball team The 1986

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Eagles fall at Blair Oaks

Lead Sports Photo: from left, Rece Gilmore, Tyson Smith and Brady Trammell had the Eagles on a roll until their second loss of the season Tuesday night. _______________________________________________________________ Lead Sports Story: Eagles fall at Blair Oaks The SoBoCo Eagles boys basketball team lost only its second game of the season, falling 51-33 at Blair Oaks on Tuesday

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Eagles start new streak; are top Classic seed

The Southern Boone County boys’ basketball team started another win streak after suffering their first loss a couple of weeks ago. SoBoCo defeated the one-dimensional Eldon by playing an all-around, complete game of basketball in a 70-58 win on Friday. The Mustangs got out to an early lead, dropping two deep threes to start the

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Missouri gets first SEC win in big victory at Texas A&M

After three straight losses to being SEC play, all by double digits, Missouri roared back with a dominating 66-43 win at Texas A&M on Saturday.  The Tigers (10-6, 1-3 in SEC play) played good defense, limiting the Aggies to 32.1 percent shooting, including just 4-of-22 (18.2 percent) on threes. Texas A&M was definitely out of

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