Log in

Girls Swim Preview

The 22-23 Girls Swim season kicks off next week on December 1 in Carthage for the All Relays meet. 

Marshfield Wrestling: Blue and White

The Marshfield Blue Jays wrestlers hit the mat on Friday November 18 for the annual Blue and White event. Historically, the Blue and White allowed players to “wrestle-off” for their place in the Varsity line up however, varsity rosters were set before the event so Friday was an opportunity for wrestlers to get some time on the mat, show off their skills and prepare themselves for the season ahead.

MHS XC Coach shares thoughts on season

"This cross country season was another year of breaking statistical categories for our team. This year beat the previous 2 seasons regarding cutting time from the start of the year to the finish with the most noticeable time being that of Junior Zach Mitchell who was able to qualify for the State cross country meet for a 3rd consecutive season. Zach also finished with his best time and placing in the state meet at 45th overall with a personal best time of 17:14. I am very proud of every individual on our team with their ability to adapt to changes in practice scheduling and a change in the demand they were asked to put on their bodies. This group is an amazingly talented group and I am looking forward to bringing all but 1 runner back (Senior Austin Palubicki who shattered his own personal records every week). Overall this season was very successful in the aspect of the growth that our team has made and the foundation this group has set for the future." - Marshfield's Head XC Gage Miers

Dotson takes 25th at state

Marshfield Blue Jays swim competitor Preston Dotson headed to state Friday November 11 to compete in the Butterfly portion of the contest.

Heading to the Mats

Basketball is not the only sport hitting the floors this winter. Additionally, high school wrestling will be begin and Webster County has some very talented athletes ready to hit the mats. The Marshfield Mail reached out to the both the Marshfield and Logan-Rogersville wrestling coaches to get a sneak peek before the season kicks off.

Heading to the Mats (Logan-Rogersville)

Basketball is one of many things hitting the floors this winter. In addition, high school wrestling will be joining in the season. Marshfield Mail reached out to the coaches in Webster County to get …

Heading to the Mats (Marshfield)

Basketball is one of many things hitting the floors this winter. In addition, high school wrestling will be joining in the season. Marshfield Mail reached out to the coaches in Webster County to get …

L-R battles in double overtime

The L-R boys' soccer team took on Osage in the district championship match on Nov 2. Both teams were ambitious for this win, but only one would leave with the title this year and move on to State. So, after the starting teams were introduced, including returning goalkeeper Brady Goodson, the championship match commenced.

Skatepark one step closer to fundraising

A few months back the Marshfield Mail reported on the Marshfield Action Sports Syndicates (also known as MASS) meeting with the Marshfield Parks and Recreation department. 

Dotson qualifies for State Swim

The Marshfield Blue Jays boys swim team competed in the Southwest Missouri Swim meet along with 20 other teams on October 28 and 29, 2022. The preliminary competitions were help on Friday the 28 and the top 18 swimmers in each event would advance to the Finals on Saturday the 29.

Hanging up their helmets: Strafford falls to Liberty 6-47

Strafford played the Liberty Eagles (Mountain View) Friday, Nov. 4 hoping to advance in Class II districts. However, it was apparent the Liberty Eagles were prepared to beat Strafford on the Eagle's home-turf. Liberty dominated the game with multiple interceptions and successful passes to the end-zone. 

Headed to the Courts (Fordland)

Winter Sports is fast approaching and with that comes perhaps one of the most anticipated Basketball. That said, we reached out to the coaches in the Webster County area and asked them about the …

Headed to the Courts (Niangua)

Winter Sports is fast approaching and with that comes perhaps one of the most anticipated Basketball. That said, we reached out to the coaches in the Webster County area and asked them about the …

Headed to the Courts (Logan-Rogersville)

Winter Sports is fast approaching and with that comes perhaps one of the most anticipated Basketball. That said, we reached out to the coaches in the Webster County area and asked them about the …

Headed to the Courts (Marshfield)

Winter Sports is fast approaching and with that comes perhaps one of the most anticipated Basketball. That said, we reached out to the coaches in the Webster County area and asked them about the …

Headed to the Courts (Strafford)

Winter Sports is fast approaching and with that comes perhaps one of the most anticipated Basketball. That said, we reached out to the coaches in the Webster County area and asked them about the …

Headed to the Courts (Conway)

Winter Sports is fast approaching and with that comes perhaps one of the most anticipated Basketball. That said, we reached out to the coaches in the Webster County area and asked them about the …

Volleyjays finish season

The mighty Marshfield Volleyjays finished their season 5th in Class 4 District 5 after a tough match against Jefferson City (JC) Jays on 10/24. The Ladyjays unfortunately lost all three sets:17-25, 21-25, 12-25. However, the Jay ended the season 19-11-3, numbers Coach Jarod Olson shared they all should be proud of.

Marshfield's own 'Bubble Boy'

Imagine: you take a pregnancy test, you’re holding your breath hoping with all hope that it’s positive and then the little plus sign appears. You cry tears of joy and nervousness and you know your life is about to change forever. You picture middle-of-the-night feedings, blow-out diapers, and watching your baby hit milestone after milestone. But what happens when the baby you’ve longed for isn’t the picture-perfect idea you had in your head?

Nail biting district game

Last Friday, the Big 8 Conference district tournament for high school football began. The Marshfield Bluejays were pitted against the McDonald County Mustangs. Both teams had lots of hope and expectations riding on the game, including a chance at redemption for the Bluejays as they lost to the Mustangs earlier in the season. So with all the pleasantries out of the way, the game was on.

Round One Districts Recap

Welcome back to another football season recap for Webster County. Let's head to the fields and see how the County played last Friday night.

Kicking goals and breaking records!

Last Thursday, Oct 27, was the final game of the regular season for the Logan-Rogersville Boys Soccer team. The Wildcat's opponent was the Central Bulldogs. But it would be the cherry on top of a sweet record-breaking season if L-R won.

Boggs wins award for guardian excellence

Every county has a person who is elected to be the guardian for individuals in the county who are deemed unable to care for and or unable to make decisions for themselves. Webster County is lucky enough to have had the same individual filing that role for ten years: Danielle Boggs.

45 second win

Local Billy Wilson competed in his second pro fight this past weekend. "I'm a hard worker that's it. The work ethic has always been there for me to secure these wins, the team I have around me is a …

Pull success: FFA Booster Club raises 10K

On Oct. 22, the Marshfield FFA Booster Club hosted its first annual Truck and Tractor Pull.

Wildcats Slice their way to Sectionals

Making quite the racquet this season was The Logan-Rogersville Girls’ Tennis Team as they lobbed and clawed to sectionals. The Lady Wildcats are the only tennis team representing Webster County. The team has taken on schools from all over Missouri, including Lee Summit, Joplin, Bolivar, and Helinas Catholic from Jefferson City.

Marshfield boys swim prepares for Southwest MO Meet

Marshfield boys swim team competed in the Big 8 Conference on October 18.

We win some and we lose some

High school football is entering its ninth week. I can hardly believe it myself, but it is true. So before the Friday night lights turn on, let’s look at what happened last week.

Jays fall to Mt. Vernon: 13 - 44

The Jays celebrated Senior Night in addition to Pink Night on Oct. 14 while hosting the Mt. Vernon Mountaineers.

Soccer Jays defeat FG Eagles

Last Thursday, Oct. 6, the Marshfield Bluejay Boys’ soccer team faced off against the Fair Grove Eagles.
X