Fredericktown High School senior Ryleigh Gresham recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball and continue her education at Jefferson College, located in Hillsboro, Mo. Gresham received all-district Honorable Mention this season while helping the Lady Blackcats post 49 vict…
Farmington High School senior Jelena Gray recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball and continue her education at Jefferson College, located in Hillsboro, Mo. Gray has twice secured Class 4 all-state recognition while spiking more than 1,000 career kills and leading the …
Farmington High School senior Jade Roth recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball and continue her education at Division I program Lindenwood University, located in St. Charles, Mo. Roth secured all-state distinction this season after helping the Knights capture 29 victo…
Jade Roth and Jelena Gray joined the 1,000 club for career kills, and recently wrapped up stellar four-year varsity volleyball careers at Farmington.
Farmington High School senior Grace Duncan recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball and continue her education at Mineral Area College. Duncan has earned multiple all-conference and all-district honors as a four-year starter and six-rotation standout with 1,013 digs, 59…
PARK HILLS – The Ste. Genevieve volleyball team finished third at the Class 3 state tournament as the lone district champion from the MAAA this season.
Ste. Genevieve and Valle Catholic operated throughout this season with more lineup changes than other volleyball teams in the MAAA.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – Ste. Genevieve volleyball team members were only afforded about three hours to emotionally regroup from a crushing five-game defeat that spoiled their chances of competing for the MSHSAA Class 3 state championship on Thursday.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – Ste. Genevieve libero Maya Watts stretched with the full extent of her 5-foot-4 frame to somehow punch a blocked shot upward with her back to the net.
FARMINGTON – Four players who helped the Farmington volleyball team collect 29 victories this season were chosen for Class 4, District 1 honors.
OAKLAND, Mo. – Carla Basler noticed two distinct instances that signaled welcomed changes in both demeanor and fortune for her Ste. Genevieve volleyball team on Saturday.
STE. GENEVIEVE – After lining up in front of a raucous student section for their customary post-match rendition of the alma mater, several members of the Ste. Genevieve volleyball team joined in on the John Denver classic “Take Me Home, Country Roads” as it echoed through the gym speakers.
FARMINGTON – A decorated era in Farmington volleyball history concluded on Tuesday as another continued its undeniable rise at longtime power St. Pius.
PARK HILLS – Seven seniors have propelled the Ste. Genevieve volleyball program back to the state playoffs for the first time in three years.
FESTUS, Mo. – Gracie Wright is no stranger to covering substantial territory in a short amount of time as a three-sport athlete at West County.
PARK HILLS – The Potosi volleyball team never lost its determination on Monday night despite squandering four chances to close out game one.
PARK HILLS – The effect from adding six-rotation juniors Kinley Norris and Madison Dunn to the Central volleyball lineup this season has been nothing short of profound.
STE. GENEVIEVE – After falling short by two points in a five-set thriller to decide the MAAA Large-School title, the Farmington volleyball team relished a second chance to face Ste. Genevieve.
FARMINGTON – The St. Paul volleyball team countered the conventional outside power of Crystal City with a more gentle approach to emphasize tipping and placement.
Despite a regular season containing its share of surprises and close battles, the MAAA Tournament Gold Bracket will feature the same four programs from one year ago.
POTOSI – One evening before the MAAA volleyball tournament bracket was to be unveiled, Central improved its case for a possible top-4 seed and hosting rights in round-robin pool play.
CRYSTAL CITY, Mo. – After battling through five tournament matches on Saturday, the West County volleyball team needed some time to click offensively during a quick turnaround Monday night.
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STE. GENEVIEVE – Valle Catholic volleyball coach Nancy Fischer has experimented with numerous lineup combinations over the first six weeks of the season.
LICKING, Mo. – Central bounced back from a morning loss against the host school to capture first place at the Licking Classic volleyball tournament on Saturday.
POTOSI – Ste. Genevieve volleyball coach Carla Basler has arguably the deepest roster in the MAAA at her disposal, and is boldly taking full advantage.
FESTUS, Mo. – Freshman shortstop Raegan Pierce collected four RBI and went 3-for-4 with three runs scored on Thursday as the North County softball team routed Jefferson 18-3.
SIKESTON, Mo. – The Farmington softball team completed an unbeaten conference campaign on Wednesday to capture its first outright SEMO championship in five years of membership.
CALEDONIA – Cate Newstead-Adams produced eight kills, 14 digs and 13 service points on Tuesday to lead the Arcadia Valley volleyball team past Valley 25-15, 25-18, 25-16.
FARMINGTON – Several members of the Farmington volleyball team drove to Ste. Genevieve in late August for an early look at future opponent Jackson.
BONNE TERRE – The durable pitching arm and slick glove hand of junior Sammy Waller bailed the North County softball team out of continued defensive struggles on Monday.