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Marshfield FFA holds 4th annual Career DevelopmentEvent

The Marshfield FFA Chapter and Booster club held its annual Career Development Event (CDE) on Mar. 18. Over 1,800 students from over 80 schools throughout the state were registered to compete in this competition. Events included Ag Mechanics, Agronomy, Dairy and Livestock Judging, Dairy Foods, Soils Evaluation, Entomology, Nursery and Landscaping, Floriculture, Forestry, Meats Evaluation, Poultry, and a variety of leadership events such as Ag Sales, FFA Knowledge, and Public Speaking.

Soccer Season kicks off

Soccer Season has kicked off officially in Webster County. For the Marshfield Girls Soccer team, their first game was against St. James high school on Mar. 17. In that game, Junior Calli Watson scored six goals, with fellow junior Anna Offutt and Senior Eiley Manary also scoring goals. Luck was definitely on the Jays' side, as they beat the Tigers with a score of 8-0. The Jays would then play West Plains and win 3-2 via penalty kicks on Mar. 21. The kicks were provided this time by Watson, freshmen Allysyn Marriott and Brianna Hanson. The winning kick was from sophomore Tia Snow. 

Conway Senior Signings!

The following athletes from Conway High School have signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college.

Fordland Senior signings!

As the 22-23 school year ends, the following Fordland athletes have signed their letters of intent and will continue their athletic careers in the fall.

Basketball season ends in Conway

Conway's basketball season has ended shorter than anyone would have wanted. On Feb. 20, the boys' team entered their district tournament and went up against Dixon. That game would see Conway Bears give it their best shot, but Dixon would come out on top. The final score was Conway 45, Dixon 59, thus ending the Conway boys basketball season 6-21.

District Champions!

Mar. 3 was a big night for the Logan-Rogersville Wildcats Boys Basketball as they prepared to take on the Hollister Tigers. Both teams going into the game had an impressive season with over 20 wins, but one of these felines would be district champions and move on to State. After four intense quarters, Logan-Rogersville would be crowned Champions with a final score of 53-40 against Hollister.

Leaving everything on the mat

Let us get ready to RUMBLE! This past weekend the Marshfield and Logan-Rogersville wrestling teams competed in the State Wrestling Championships. All of the players went out to the mats giving everything they got. As a result, there are the following results:

Season ends for Niangua

Districts and State championships are in full swing. On Friday, Feb. 24, the Niangua Boys Basketball Team competed in the final round of districts against Chadwick. The Cardinals would get off to a slow start in the first quarter and gain momentum. That momentum, though, was not enough, and they would lose to Chadwick with the final score of 40-43.

A night of honor

Friday night, Feb. 17, the evening opened at the Marshfield Highschool, honoring the ladyjays seniors involved in basketball, cheer, and swimming. After the applause, the evening unfolded with the Ladyjays going against Mansfield. Junior Lauren Luebbert punched her ticket during that game and joined the 1000-points club. A true highlight of the evening as Marshfield would close out by winning with the final score being 57-36. The Marshfield Ladyjays is now 21-4 and will travel to face Ozark (13-12) this Thursday, Feb. 23.

Lifting with Pride

Staying in shape is always important, especially for athletes during their off-season. For Coach Cam Bruffett, the offseason presented a possibility for Logan-Rogersville athletes, "I'm big into lifting, and I knew that powerlifting was at other schools and Rogersville never had one. So I tested the waters for a few years, and it grew. All these athletes in the school come together. It's pretty cool. I don't know many guys and girls who travel together like this. It is a unique thing."

Lady Jays win battle of Webster County

Thursday, Feb. 9, was a night filled with excitement at the battle of Webster County. The Logan-Rogersville Ladycats took on the Lady Jays in Marshfield with both teams showing passion and the drive to succeed. When the last ball swished into the basket, the Lady Jays flew away with the victory with a final score of 61 to 34 against the intercounty school.

Lady Jays earn Big 8 Conference Championship

The Marshfield Lady Jays are Big 8 Conference champions after Monday’s road win against the Nevada Tigers. Both teams entered the matchup with a record of 19-4 on the season.

Heading to state!

The Ladies of the Marshfield Wrestling team had a fantastic weekend when they competed in Clinton for Districts. The Marshfield team placed 3rd out of 34 teams.

Niangua's Seniors shine through two wins

Friday, Feb. 3, was a big night for Niangua; not only was it a doubleheader as both boys and girls basketball teams were playing against the Fair Play Hornets, but it was also Senior Night. The games began with the gym full, and after a rockin' national anthem, the crowd's excitement was on a high.

Wildcats wrestle to victory

The Logan Rogersville Wildcat Wrestling Team had 11 members place in the top 10 of the Odessa Tournament, Saturday, Jan. 28, with six scoring medals. 

Bear Hugs at Conway

In an effort to uplift and support staff at Conway High School, Principal Tyler Vestal came up with a unique idea: The Conway “Bear Hug” traveling trophy.

Winter Sports Calendar

Thursday, Feb. 09

Webster County Basketball Rundown

This week's edition of Webster County Basketball Rundown is coming down the court.

Rally Day celebration in Marshfield

The Marshfield Highschool held its annual Rally Day, where students and teachers gathered for games and school spirit. The school spirit carried over to the contest that night, where the Marshfield Lady Jays took on the Chadwick Cardinals. During the game, Marshfield High presented the rally day royalty. Congratulations again to A. J. Tabor and Riley Manary for being crowned king and queen. The night was topped off with the Lady Jays adding their 16th win with the final score being 39-34

New PR’s and Medals

The Marshfield Girls Swim Team went to Monnett last Friday, Jan. 27, where they competed against other schools in the Big 8 Championships.

Celebrating the seniors

Last Thursday, Jan. 28, was a special night for Marshfield Wrestling Team, for it was Senior Night!

Not close enough

Thursday night, Jan. 26, Strafford residents came to watch as their Lady Indians took on the Republic Tigers. Both teams had, up to this point, an impressive season as both had 15 wins going in, but only one was leaving the gym with that sweet 16th win. Both teams would leave the audience on the edge of their seats as both teams played very intensely, but in the end, Strafford would fall to Republic 47-51.

Good neighbors

Last week there was a call for help posted to the infamous “Now You Know…Marshfield” Facebook group. A local Marshfield resident posted that her cat was stuck in a tree.

Blue Jays speech team soars at Liberty Invitation

The Marshfield Blue Jays Speech and Debate team headed to the Liberty Invitational January 13 and 14 to compete in the 48 school event. The following students were selected to compete:

Lady Jays swim team update

The Marshfield Lady Jays continue to swim through their season beating their own personal records and taking home medals. Competing in both the Nevada Swim Meet on Jan. 5 and the Ozark Invitational on Jan. 9 the team continues to improve.

Athlete and Scholar of the week: Wrestler and Student Body President Senior Macie James

This weeks segment of Athlete/Scholar of the week features Marshfield Senior Macie James.

Webster County Basketball Rundown

New year, same teams! Our first week into the new year has passed, so let us look at how the crews of Webster County did out on the basketball courts in this week's edition of the Webster County Rundown.

Ladycats Come Up Short Against Webb City

Hitting the courts twice this week was the Logan-Rogersville Ladycats. Their first game of the week was against Central on Tuesday, Jan 3. That game saw the Ladycats roar to victory, with a final score against Central 64-43.

Athlete of the week: Pakorn Kanprasertkit aka Sun

A new weekly segment coming to the Marshfield Mail will feature and Athlete or Scholar of the week from around the County.

Marshfield Open: Girls swim team takes fourth

The Marshfield Lady Jays swim team hosted Marshfield Open in Seymour on January 3, 2023. The meet welcomed seven teams with West Plains taking first followed by Monett, Lebanon, Marshfield, Waynesville, Camdenton and Seymour.