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    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – After graduating every medalist from a state championship crew last spring, the Ste. Genevieve girls track and field program shifted focus toward a promising youth movement.

      West County High School senior Sydney Cash recently signed a National Letter of Intent to run for the NCAA Division II cross country and track and field programs while continuing her education at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, located in Daytona Beach, Fla. Cash became an all-state cr…

        Farmington High School graduate Emma Gerstner recently signed to join the track and field program while continuing her education at Mineral Area College. Gerstner returned from injury to become a state relay medalist last year, and has qualified for four Class 4 events this season. She is th…

        Farmington High School graduate Daunivan Welch recently signed to compete for the track and field programs while continuing his education at Mineral Area College. Welch is a two-time Class 4 state qualifier in the long jump, and has won MAAA conference titles in the long and triple jumps. He…

        JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Sam Loida has embraced a natural leadership role throughout her academic and three-sport varsity careers at Valle Catholic.

        LEADWOOD – When recommended to institute new rules in late 2016 restricting the number of pitches thrown in a single day, the MSHSAA Board of Directors ultimately chose a blanket maximum of 105 for seniors and juniors that voting members soon approved.

        Farmington High School senior Lilly Earley recently signed a National Letter of Intent to run Division I cross country and track while continuing her education at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau. She plans to pursue a career in nursing. Earley helped the Knights capture…

        PERRYVILLE, Mo. – A historic season for the Fredericktown High School girls soccer program came to an end on Tuesday. The Blackcats reached their first district championship, but lost 2-0 to the Perryville Pirates.

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        Central High School senior Karlee LaChance recently signed a National Letter of Intent to wrestle and continue her education at Central Methodist University, located in Fayette, Mo. LaChance posted a 39-9 record last season while finishing as SEMO conference runner-up in her weight division,…

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