Alan Marrs of Ashland and Buck Brooks of Holts Summit completed their cross-country bicycling journey which began on the Oregon coast on April 16th. They concluded the ride in Washington DC on June 27th. They were accompanied by high school friend, Bruce Bielby, as the driver of the support vehicle. The ride concluded at the
By: Todd Pridemore The Eagles soccer season ended with a 0-3 loss in the quarterfinal round of the state playoffs on May 28 to eventual state runner-up Orchard Farm. But SBC – which claimed a 5th straight district championship this spring – ended the year with an impressive 21-7-1 overall record. Many talented Eagles have
The 2022 SBC District Champs finish with a Gold Medal in the 3v3 Show Me State games. Ava Leininger, Abby Beighler, Julia Richardson, Tessa Roney and Grace Dunn
The 2020 SBC State Soccer Champs take on 3v3 Show Me State Games. Grant Hoehne, Ethan Esry, Trenton Roney, Jack Bigos, & Lleyton Shoot. Coach Jakob McKee
Former Southern Boone High School soccer players won silver medals in the Show Me State 3v3 Soccerfest. Playing as “The Has Beens”, players are from left-to-right: Zach Fischer, Matt Bonderer, Gage Schupp, Zach Culley, Ben Johnson, and Travis Knierim.
By: Ernie Wren The Southern Boone high school program continues to be a leader in district championships, state playoffs, and four appearances, and one state championship. The girls high school soccer team continued the winning soccer tradition with a fifth consecutive district title. This year had a senior heavy roster with a lot of returning
The Goal Diggers took Gold in the Show Me State 3v3 Soccerfest this past weekend. The team went undefeated over 4 games to secure the championship in the U13 girls division. Players include Madison Shryock, Rylie McKee (Ashland), Emery Lind, Abby DeRose, and Claire Coble.
Current weather conditions at the Ozark, Class 3 and Class 4 Baseball Semifinals are delayed. Gates will open no earlier than 10 a.m. with the first game beginning at 11 a.m. All remaining games will be on a rolling schedule. Game 2 (Southern Boone vs Marshall), games 3 and 4 will start around 30 minutes
Fadraon Anderson, 19, will be traveling to Orlando Florida to compete in the Special Olympics USA Games, as part of MO Magic Team Missouri. He is competing in Athletics (Track), in the 200, 100, and running long jump. Fadraon graduated from Southern Boone High School in 2021, where he participated in track, basketball, and football
The Lady Eagles take an emotional final walk across the pitch to end the game.