Fredericktown High School senior Triston Lunsford recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer and continue his education at NAIA program Culver-Stockton College, located in Canton, Mo. Also seated are his parents Lacey Lunsford and Lindell Lunsford. Standing, from left, are si…
Farmington High School senior Cade Blackmon recently signed to play soccer and continue his education at Mineral Area College. Blackmon scored a team-high 11 goals and added five assists last season as the Knights finished 13-6 overall. He also netted 16 goals and four assists as a junior. A…
Farmington High School senior Taylor Branch recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer and continue her education at NCAA Division II program Southwest Baptist University, located in Bolivar, Mo. Branch anchored the Farmington defense from a middle position, and contributed t…
Farmington soccer standout Brenner Gollaher has earned all-state Honorable Mention in Class 3 from the Missouri Soccer Coaches Association.
Farmington High School senior Brandon Schaupert recently signed to play soccer and continue his education at Mineral Area College. Schaupert netted four goals and five assists this season as the Knights finished 13-6 overall. Also seated, from left, are mother Renee Schaupert, father Tim Sch…
JACKSON, Mo. – Logan Kiepe scored his fifth goal of the season during the first half, and the Farmington boys soccer team topped SEMO Conference opponent Jackson 1-0 on Friday night.
BONNE TERRE – Frustration was bound to boil over once the North County boys soccer team surrendered five first-half goals to visiting De Soto.
STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle Catholic volleyball coach Nancy Fischer has experimented with numerous lineup combinations over the first six weeks of the season.
FARMINGTON – After having his dangerous shot blocked in traffic during the early stages of the second half on Tuesday night, Brenner Gollaher gave himself plenty of space to unleash the next one.
IRONTON – Junior setter Taylor Lorenz was recognized for recently surpassing 1,000 career assists, and the Arcadia Valley volleyball team avenged a loss from last season on Tuesday night.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – Farmington erupted for 11 runs in the fifth inning, and routed Webster Groves 18-2 in the first of three games of a softball showcase Saturday at Southeast Missouri State University.
POTOSI – Senior Audrey Neel served the first 16 points of the match on Thursday, and the Potosi volleyball team remained unbeaten with a 25-14, 25-18, 25-18 home victory over West County.
BONNE TERRE – Reid Parson scored two goals and added an assist on Tuesday as Farmington blanked North County 6-0 in boys soccer action.
IRONTON – Senior Kya Gibson recently moved upward in the singles rankings, and applied the clinching match victory as evening fell on Tuesday to help the Potosi girls tennis team edge Arcadia Valley 5-4.
Recent Fredericktown High School graduate Alivia Buxton needed just one weekend as a collegiate soccer player to attract positive attention from the Southeastern Conference.
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.
STE. GENEVIEVE – The Potosi baseball team came close to shocking Valle Catholic during the MAAA Tournament quarterfinal round two weeks ago.
STE. GENEVIEVE – Blake Coleman was in control both on the mound and at the plate on Saturday as the Potosi baseball team advanced in the Class 4, District 2 tournament.
CADET – Dylan Morrison pulled an RBI single through the infield in the bottom of the seventh inning, and the Kingston baseball team celebrated a 3-2 walk-off victory over Grandview on Tuesday.
CADET – Caden Merrill and Tycen Price combined to pitch a four-hitter on Monday, and West County captured its first outright MAAA Small-School championship since 2005.
STE. GENEVIEVE – North County junior Jobe Smith overpowered the Kingston lineup for 11 strikeouts, and pitched a six-inning no-hitter on Tuesday.
O’FALLON, Mo. – Alivia Buxton broke her own school record for goals in a single match, and helped the Fredericktown girls claim their second tournament championship in soccer program history.