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Football a common bond for Bailey family
When the Bailey family gets together for Thanksgiving, it’s a safe assumption that football will be a topic of conversation.
Carl Junction coach lauds defenses of Webb City, Lamar and Seneca
Not that he would divulge any information about his fellow Southwest Missouri high school football teams, but Doug Buckmaster would be a great source for information as teams prepare for this weekend’s Show-Me Bowl.
Webb City solid at running back again
Seniors Kyle Baldassarre and Trey Parra give the Webb City High School football team a solid 1-2 punch at running back.
Hamilton leads College Heights to victory
Jake Hamilton scored 19 points as College Heights overcame a slow start and defeated Thomas Jefferson 46-25 in the season opener for both teams Tuesday night at College Heights.
Liberal sweeps McAuley
Garrett Miller tallied 20 points to lead Liberal past McAuley Catholic 58-28 Tuesday night in a boys prep basketball opener in the Warriors’ gymnasium.
Run-heavy Lamar displays ability to pass
With Lutheran North geared to stop the run, Lamar senior quarterback Levi Petersen calmly called an audible. Petersen proceeded to fake a handoff, avoid the pass rush, step up in the pocket and hit Jared Beshore for a 54-yard touchdown pass.
Bulldogs to feature veterans
Tiffany Dirks, who’s in her second season as girls basketball coach at Carl Junction High School, believes the Bulldogs will become a formidable team in 2013-14.
Webb City defense dominates in semifinal victory
It was total frustration for Cape Girardeau Central on Saturday afternoon in chilly Cardinal Stadium.
McAuley girls basketball team returns 4 veterans
Four veterans are expected to lead the McAuley Catholic High School girls basketball team.
Girls basketball returns at Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School resumes its varsity girls basketball schedule tonight by visiting College Heights Christian School.
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