Front row: Megan Riggs, Sydney Turner, Mariah Prince, Riece Clevenger, Zoey DeHaas, Paige Cruzan, Adisen Wren. Back row: Brynna Barnum, Cami Wobbe, Addison Lange, Sidney Nelson, Hailey Pratt, Emilee DeHaas, Ashlyne Ussery, Brooklyn Smith. Southern Boone softball goes 3-0 to win the Hallsville tournament, beating Westran, Hallsville and New Bloomfield.
By: Kyle Baker and Todd Pridemore One day before playing their first match of the season, the Eagles soccer team learned that they are a Class 2 school this season (SBC won the state title in Class 1 last season). The team has been assigned to District 4 by MSHSAA, which includes six other schools:
By: Anthony Frazier The SoBoCo girls golf team opened their 2021 season with a victory in an 11-team tournament in Boonville. “This was an outstanding win for us,” said Coach Shannon Jeffrey. “Practice alone never really tells you where you stand, but this win over several schools in our conference makes clear that SoBoCo is
By: Frank Finley The Southern Boone football team took a road trip to face Odessa, the 2019 Class 3 State Champs, in the season opener for both teams. The Eagles failed to take flight falling behind 43-0 before scoring their first touchdown of the season in the fourth quarter. SBC was able to score another
By: Todd Pridemore Last week, 26 Southern Boone boys officially began practice for the 2021 high school soccer season. This year’s team has big shoes to fill, as last season’s squad won 20 games – losing none – and claimed the first state championship in program history. That championship team included 15 seniors who have
Above Left, Gage Sparks and Gage Jett. Bowen Bartow and Sawyer Bolinger are front and center. High School helper is Cole Eppy.
High School Wrestlers Cole Eppy, Hunter Jennings, Dane Donigian, and Malachi Cooper brought home medals from the Show Me State Games.
Katy Trail ride Friday North to Jefferson City then to the 7 mile mark. Those participating in this weeks ride. Bill1, Bill2, Donovan, Karen, Charlie, Susan and Rich. It was a beautiful Day not to hot for a morning ride. We took a break at the old Methodist Church and proceeded on to our 7
Southern Boone High School and Middle School wrestlers attended a four-day camp at the University of Iowa in June. The University of Iowa wrestling program is built around the philosophy that “there is no substitute for hard work” and is one of the most successful programs in NCAA Division I, earning 24 National Championships.
The Missouri 4-H Shotgun team consisted of, from left, Coach Doug Todd of Centerview; N.J. McKenzie, Boonville; Oliver Old, Ashland; Brighton Hutson, Cabool; and Gaven Hale, Adrian