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Warsaw out of conference

The Warsaw Wildcats will be leaving the Tri-County Conference at the end of the 2018 school year, SoBoCo Activities Director Pat Lacy confirmed last week. The Wildcats will be forming a new conference – the Ozark Highlands Conference – along with school districts in southwest Missouri to begin play in the 2018-19 school year. Lacy

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Eagles Plan to Win First, Then Set Records

If the SoBoCo Eagles win Friday’s football playoff game vs Wright City, they will set a school record with that eighth victory. But the Eagles will be focusing on getting that record one possession, one play at a time. “It’s the playoffs and everything, every play counts a little more,” said Eagles head coach Trent

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Eagles Crush Wildcats

Eagles score on eight straight possessions in win. SoBoCo Eagles football coach Trent Tracy likes to have his first 10 offensive plays scripted for the first possessions in the first quarter of each game. “That way, we can see if they are doing anything differently defensively (than what the Eagles prepared for) and we can

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Eagles will play Father Tolton Thursday for Championship

The SoBoCo Eagles might have been limping a bit going into this week’s Class 2 District 9 tournament in Fulton. But the Eagles rolled through an easy 3-0 win over the Fulton Hornets in Tuesday’s semi-final game. SoBoCo, 16-6-2, will face Father Tolton in Thursday’s championship at 5 p.m. in Fulton. The Eagles will be

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Eagles girls win second straight conference title

The SoBoCo Eagles girls cross country team won their second consecutive cross country title on Thursday in Eldon. The Eagles, proving again that cross country is a team sport, won by only two points – with Maddie Mattas’ 14th place showing and points being a critical part of the team score. The Eagles were led

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Eagles can’t find consistency, upset by Fulton in districts

The Eagles volleyball team rolled into the first round of district play minus senior hitter and defender Hannah Crow, but also on the heels of a big win over the Osage Indians. The re-vamped lineup was beginning to jell and SoBoCo was beginning to play with confidence. They had momentum. So, naturally, the Eagles came

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Game Preview: Eagles look for another road win

The SoBoCo Eagles complete their regular season schedule when they travel to Versailles this Friday in a Tri-County Conference game. It is a game which should be labeled “Trap Game” for the Eagles and “Opportunity Knocking” for the Tigers. SoBoCo, at 6-2, could be caught looking ahead to the playoffs while Versailles, 3-5, is looking

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Eagles volleyball gets big win

The SoBoCo volleyball team has been through a roller coaster couple of weeks, but on Tuesday night the Eagles put it all together in one of their biggest wins of the season. The Eagles defeated Osage in a thrilling three-set match. Since late September, the Eagles have: • Lost top senior Hannah Crow for the

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Eagles can’t catch a break, fall to Tolton

The SoBoCo Eagles had to absorb an improbable loss on Monday night in a game in which they had one first half goal taken away and a potential second half goal tying goal taken away when Ian McCluskey was tackled from behind in the box – only to have the referee pocket his whistle. The

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Softball Eagles blanked by Sullivan in district play

As the No. 2 seed at the district tournament, the SoBoCo Eagles were looking forward to another game with the Helias Crusaders. But the Eagles’ bats were silenced by the host Sullivan team by a 3-0 score in the semi-finals. The loss ended the Eagles’ season at 15-7. Sullivan went on to defeat Helias and

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