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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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Ashland’s Frazier inducted into Sports Hall of Fame

The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame inducted an Ashland resident on Monday. Anthony Frazier, a former high school standout football player who also played for the Missouri Tigers was inducted along with 10 other members of the Elite 11. The Elite 11, a group of former high school, college and professional football players,were inducted during

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Prepping for volleyball districts

The SoBoCo volleyball team had two wins going into the Versailles Tournament this past weekend – and came away with a win, two losses and a tie. Coach Jaime Nelson said what came from the tournament was experience and close, competitive games that will benefit the Eagles in next week’s district tournament. The Eagles started

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Taming the Wildcats

The Southern Boone Eagles football team did exactly what it needed to do on Friday night, coming away from Warsaw with a 49-21 Tri-County Conference win. Although, it didn’t exactly go as planned. The Eagles didn’t plan on starting out getting burned on defense by a long pass reception. And they certainly didn’t plan on

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Eagles Fall to Sullivan in District Play

The SoBoCo Eagles softball team was surprised and shut out in the semi-final round of district play on Thursday evening. SoBoCo was blanked by host school Sullivan 3-0. The Eagles’ Ashley Osborne pitched well enough to win the game, however, the offense never really woke up at the plate. SoBoCo was down early 2-0 and

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Eagles ready for road trip to Warsaw

If you ask coach Trent Tracy, he will tell you that the Southern Boone Eagles football team is only thinking about winning a football game at Warsaw this Friday night. “That is what we can control,” Tracy said, “we can’t control what is happening in the Mexico vs Fulton game – we need to win

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Eagles Win Twice at Home

The SoBoCo Eagles soccer and volleyball teams were victorious on Tuesday evening, winning easily over their out-matched opponents. The Eagles soccer team took a quick 2-0 lead in the first half over Fulton and steam-rolled the Hornets in a mercy rule-shortened game, 10-0. SoBoCo got most of their goals in pairs, with two goal each

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Eagles No. 2 Seed at Districts

The SoBoCo Eagles got their bats tuned up for Thursday’s first round of district play with a 10-0 five-inning thumping of the Osage Indians on Monday in Ashland. The Eagles came out hitting and lumped their hits as they jumped to a 7-0 lead in two innings. Dani Post got the big hit for the

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