FARMINGTON – Head coach Rusty Sancegraw encouraged his Farmington girls basketball players to leave a tough loss against Central in the past earlier this week.
POTOSI – Senior forward Kyndal Dodd moved past 1,000 career points, and the Fredericktown girls basketball team delivered a stellar defensive effort on Thursday night.
POTOSI – Valle Catholic continued a strong wrestling season by sweeping another tri-match, topping St. Pius 54-24 and Potosi 48-27 on Wednesday night.
POTOSI – Sophomore forward Luke Brabham often placed himself in prime position to receive interior passes from the Potosi guards on Tuesday night.
BISMARCK – On a night when his senior basketball teammates were honored, Bismarck junior Tanner Martinez delivered a massive double-double.
FARMINGTON – The Central girls basketball team could easily identify a lack of sufficient rebounding and perimeter shooting as deciding factors in three narrow losses this season.
FARMINGTON – St. Paul closed strong on a 17-5 scoring run, and earned a solid 47-42 girls basketball victory over Grandview on Monday night.
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. – Standout seniors Blake Cook and Dayton Boyd figure to remain medal contenders for Farmington next month at the Class 3 state wrestling tournament.
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. – Ste. Genevieve pulled away from Sikeston and Poplar Bluff on Saturday afternoon to bring home the SEMO Conference girls wrestling tournament title.
STE. GENEVIEVE – For the many instances of minimal contact that landed North County in serious foul trouble on Friday night, a confounding no call invoked the loudest groan from its bench.
North County High School senior Tyler Conkright signed a National Letter of Intent on Friday to play NAIA basketball and continue her education at Baker University, located in Baldwin City, Kan. Conkright helped the Lady Raiders capture a district basketball championship last winter, and has…
Arcadia Valley High School senior Kirk Strange recently signed a National Letter of Intent to run NCAA Division III cross country and track while continuing his education at Fontbonne University in St. Louis. Strange helped the Tigers finish fifth last November at the Class 2 state cross cou…
West County High School senior Leala Pride recently signed a National Letter of Intent to join the cheer squad while continuing her education at Mineral Area College. Also pictured are her parents Thomas and Katiya Pride. Standing, from left, are West County cheer coach Racheal Starbird, Min…
IRONTON – Working through the ongoing early phases of a rebuild, the Arcadia Valley girls basketball program showed glimpses of a brighter future on Thursday night.
PARK HILLS – The Central girls basketball team was mired in an offensive slump, failing to reach 50 points in any of its three most recent games prior to Thursday night.
FREDERICKTOWN – With a major frontcourt presence forced out of the lineup, the Fredericktown boys basketball team could take nothing for granted against struggling Arcadia Valley.
IRONTON – St. Paul earned its first girls varsity basketball win over Arcadia Valley in convincing 65-42 fashion on Tuesday night.
SIKESTON, Mo. – The Farmington girls basketball team weathered a steady presence of physicality as foul trouble began to mount against Sikeston on Monday night.
BONNE TERRE – Junior guard Lauren Politte was fouled crossing the lane, and sank two free throws with 7.5 seconds left in overtime as the North County girls basketball secured a home upset.
Fredericktown senior Brandon Dowd recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer and continue his education at Mineral Area College. Also seated are his father Jason Dowd and mother Betty Barton. Standing, from left, are Fredericktown assistant coach Lane Wagganer and head soccer…
St. Paul Lutheran High School senior Aden Nations recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play NAIA soccer and continue his education at Missouri Baptist University. Also seated are his mother Amy Nations and grandparents Donna and Charles Smith. Standing, from left, are sister Lilli …
PARK HILLS – Kendall Horton opened the game with an emphatic block, and capped the first half by tipping in a missed 3-pointer as time expired.
FARMINGTON – A scorching second quarter from senior guard J.P. Ruble helped the Farmington boys basketball team defeat Potosi 56-46 in conference action on Friday night.
ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Evan Winters brought home an individual title at 138 pounds to highlight a strong performance by the Ste. Genevieve boys wrestling team on Friday night.