By: Frank Finley The Southern Boone High School baseball team’s season came to an end on Tuesday evening last week in a 4-3 loss to Wright City in District play. The Eagles accomplished an outstanding 23-3, record on the season. The Wright City game was even going into the sixth inning tied 2-2, when the
River Region Credit Union sponsored a U19 team in the Boonville M3 5v5 soccer league this spring. The team won the league championship on May 22. Players include (left to right): Josh Pridemore, Ethan Esry, Jack McCluskey, Aidan Bukowsky, Mason Ahern, and Gavin Blackburn. Not pictured: Landon Beeson, Jack Bigos, Trenton Roney, and Lleyton Shoot.
The U16 “Young Eagles” won their division of the spring M3 soccer league in Boonville, winning the championship match by a score of 3-2. Players are (left to right): Ethan Brown, Easton Cooper, Drew Dial, Emery Arnold, Andrew Pridemore, Reece Baker, Hunter Wyatt, Peyton Arnold, and James Brooks.
By: Todd Pridemore The #2 state ranked Eagles returned to the Win column last Monday when they traveled to Osage Beach to face the Lady Indians (8-13). Trinity Schupp started the scoring nine minutes into the match with a shot from 18 yards out. Four minutes later she scored again from the same spot to
Southern Boone Eagles Varsity defeated Russellville 12-4 on Thursday after taking the lead late in the game. The game was tied at three with Southern Boone Eagles Varsity battingin the top of the sixth when Nik Post hit a solo homer. Southern Boone Eagles Varsity earned the victory despite allowing Russellville to score three runs
By: Frank Finley The Southern Boone High School baseball team came home with the Fulton Tournament first place trophy last week after earning three straight wins pushing their record to 21-2. The Eagles defeated Moberly, 12-1, on May 7, in their first game of the tourney. See more in this weeks Boone County Journal
By: Todd Pridemore The Eagles’ (16-4) season has taken on a somewhat Jekyll and Hyde feel the last few weeks. When they win, they blow out their competition. In their 16 victories, SBC has outscored their competition by an average of nearly six goals per match. In their four losses – all against larger class
Southern Boone Eagles Varsity took Friday’s game in dramatic fashion, with a 7-6 walk-off victory over Fatima The game was tied at six with Southern Boone Eagles Varsity batting in the bottom of the seventh when Ethan Osborne singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run. Southern Boone Eagles Varsity collected
By: Frank Finley The Southern Boone High School baseball team’s record currently stands at an impressive 19-2 after defeating California and New Bloomfield last week. But the Eagles couldn’t muster enough hits in their second loss on the season, falling to Blair Oaks. See more in this weeks Boone County Journal
By: Frank Finley The Eagles took a quick bus trip to face Tri-County Conference rival Blair Oaks, on Thursday. The weather was made for baseball, with temperatures in the low 80’s and blue sky forever. The great weather didn’t help Southern Boone, who could tally just two hits and stranded five base runners. Eagles ace,