An extra baseball season is truly a treat for the smaller schools that take it on in response to a lack of football during fall. The Summit Conference battle between the Bears and the Eagles on Tuesday, Sept. 5 drives this point home.
Cross-country is back in Webster County, with almost every school in the area attending a meet over the weekend. Records were broken and expectations were shattered. It's sure to be an exciting season for XC.
The Conway Bears cross-country program is preparing for an exciting 2023 season. After graduating a strong senior class, the Bears are looking to rebuild with lone senior Maddy Officer leading the charge into the coming meets.
The Marshfield Bluejays continued showcasing their athletes for the fall season by having another night of Meet the Jays in the high school gym. Audiences only had to pay the entrance fee of a single pack of gum to meet the girls golf, boys swimming, and volleyball teams.
“The 2022 season was statistically the best season we have had since I took over in 2020,” said head coach of Marshfield Cross Country Gage Miers. “We graduated a lone senior, Austin Palubicki who led the way in the change of our program as we have been building toward becoming a top-tier program.”
With football season approaching, several schools in Webster County took part in jamborees to test their football teams against live talent.
The city of Rogersville was introduced to their local Wildcats at Logan-Rogersville High School on Wednesday, Aug. 16.
Local swim teams are eyeing down the 2023 season with plenty of returning and emerging talent. With a new head coach, the ‘Jays and the Tigers are looking for a major breakout season, with several swimmers determined to make it to the state competition.
The Marshfield Lady Jays are returning almost every single starter from last year as they look toward the 2023 volleyball season.
This year’s Meet the ‘Jays for outdoor sports at R.A. Barr was a blast for all who appreciate the hard work these kids and their coaches put into their respective seasons.
The Bears are eyeing down the 2023 fall baseball season with almost the entire varsity squad returning to the field.
The ‘Jays are looking to improve their play on the pitch as returning boys soccer head coach Tom Searson looks back at the previous season to improve his athletes for the 2023 season.
The Lady Bears are returning to the court this fall season with a fresh look and a bright future. Spearheaded by alumni coaches Graysen Patten and Santana Emmons, Conway’s volleyball program is looking to build off the strong foundation left by former Coach Tammy Beckler and the class of 2022.
The city of Rogersville has become an exciting spot for Friday night football over the years, especially after the addition of the new Logan-Rogersville Football Stadium. Last fall, the Wildcats went 5-5, finishing second in the Big 8. This year, head coach Mark Talbert looks to use the experience gained by his returning players to lead the team to the top of the conference and beyond.
After falling short at districts last season, the Wildcats Boys Soccer team, led by head coach of 16 years Brett Wubbena, look to improve on last year’s astounding 21-4 record.
Marshfield is getting fired up for another season of Bluejays on the gridiron.
The young talent that has led the Strafford Indians for years looks to capitalize on last year’s winning season with the return of 11 starters.
Pickleball, a game similar to tennis, has been taking the nation by storm and is now one of the most popular things to do at the local parks around town. As this new sport becomes more popular in Marshfield, local organizers of the Marshfield Pickleball group are looking to expand the park’s capabilities to hold games, and one day, even tournaments.
For the third year, students in Marshfield’s summer school competed in the ultimate endurance race with a triathlon held on Wednesday, June 28 at the Marshfield City Pool.
With the track season officially done and all the numbers have been tallied, it is safe to say that the Marshfield track team had a genuinely record-breaking season.
Conway High School’s Lady Bears will be spearheaded by former players as Graysen Patten, Santana Emmons, and Skyler (Collison) Floyd all return to Conway to take over the coaching positions for volleyball and softball.
For the 10th year, the Marshfield Bluejays Wrestling team made the journey west to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma to attend the training camp held by six-time National Champion Coach Joe Renfro.
The Marshfield Chamber of Commerce will hold a golf tournament on Saturday, June 17th at Whispering Oaks Golf Course. The tournament will be a two-man scramble with over $12,000 in cash prizes.