Head coach Cuonzo Martin earned his 250th career victory as Mizzou Men’s Basketball scored an SEC-high 93 points in a 93-78 win over South Carolina on the road Saturday afternoon. The Tigers’ snapped a 3-game skid with five different players scoring in double figures for the first time since Mizzou downed Oregon in December. Senior
Game Recap: Women’s Basketball Mizzou Women’s fell to No. 24/25 Georgia, 82-64, on Sunday afternoon at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers held a six-point lead after the first quarter and was tied with the Lady Bulldogs at halftime but was only able to muster 29 second-half points will giving up 47 to Georgia. Turning Point After
By Frank Finley The Eagles boys basketball team had a quick start in their game Wednesday and took a 26-14 lead into the half, but Harrisburg gave Southern Boone a tough battle in the second. The Eagles were able to hold out defeating Harrisburg 52-45. Seniors Nik Post and Blake Dapkus scored in the double-digits
By Frank Finley The Southern Boone high school girls basketball team overwhelmed opponents last week with two huge wins. The Lady Eagles defeated the Hickman Kewpies 55-33 in a Wednesday home match and traveled to Hallsville Friday for a 50-38 win over the Indians. Junior Mariah Prince led the Eagles with 13 points followed by
Game Recap: Men’s Basketball Mizzou Men’s Basketball dropped an OT thriller to Arkansas on Saturday afternoon, 86-81. The contest served as the annual Rally For Rhyan game benefiting pediatric cancer research. With the help of Mizzou fans, an estimated $65,000 was raised to fight pediatric cancer. Mizzou drained a season high 13 three-pointers, shooting 41
Results for the Girls’ Districts are as follows: Josey Uhrig-3rd Place, Callie Bergthold-3rd Place, Noelle Schweitzer-2nd Place, Lilly Seward-1st Place, Addyson Pasley-2nd Place. The team finished with the 2nd Place Team Trophy for Class 1 District 4. Above: Coach Lee Bradley, Addyson Pasley, Hope Schweitzer, Callie Bergthold, Noelle Schweitzer, Josey Uhrig, and Coach Lee Conner.
With only eight players the Southern Boone Lady Eagles took part in the Southern Boone Classic basketball tournament last week. The Eagles had only three seniors, two juniors, one sophomore and two freshmen able to play due to COVID exposures, quarantines, and positive infected related cases. Coach Damon Wren says it’s been a stressful season
The SoBoCo boys basketball team fought their way to third place in last week’s Southern Boone Classic basketball tournament with victories over Warrenton 63-43, and Capital City 66-60. The Eagles dropped a game to the Boonville Pirates 52-42. Seniors Blake Dapkus and Nik Post led the team in scoring for the tournament with Dapkus dropping
Blood and bone make hardened antler beams and tines into fighting tools for buck deer. As autumn cold turns to winter, hormones and instinct trigger bucks into head-to-head clashes for the chance to mate with female deer. But like so much of nature’s wild beauty, antlers are temporary. Bucks shed them in late winter. Chewing
SoBo High School custodian Zeke Crane submitted this photo to the Journal in recognition of his fellow Chiefs fans, above. “Thank you for your mutual Kansas City Chiefs enthusiasm and for adding something special to each work day.” From left: Mason Keathley, Samuel Wiley, Zeke Crane and Fadraon Anderson.