Marshfield let several leads slip away Monday night and fell 50-48 to the hosts in an opening-round game of the Ash Grove Lady Pirate Classic.
Fordland girls basketball head coach Kevin McDaris will be fortunate to have one talented member of last year’s three-headed monster returning this winter.
“Amazing rescue!” Or “Can’t believe (he, she or they) survived!” We see the headlines a lot, and most of the time there is no amazing rescue and (he, she, or they) did not survive. Why? A lack of imagination is usually the culprit. They never thought they would be in that predicament so they…
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the reluctance of sports writers or personalities to lay off topics and simply say, “I don’t know.” But even harder to say than that is, “I was wrong.”
Another winning season on the gridiron for Marshfield football translated into nine all-Big 8 Conference selections and several others named among the honorable mentions.
There are two pieces of field equipment you should always have with you in the woods: first a cap or hat, and second a pair of gloves. The hat keeps your head protected, and the gloves protect your hands.
When things weren’t where they needed to be after two quarters in Aurora last week, Marshfield senior Brooks Espy got vocal in the locker room.
Just last month we came up on the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. It’s just one of those moments, like the assassination of President John F. Kennedy or the Challenger disaster, where years after people ask one another where they were when it happened.
AURORA –– Over the course of the year, Marshfield’s Brooks Espy has been a factor in Marshfield’s offense. Against Aurora, he made himself a focal point.
I escaped the relative chill of Friday night’s football game for several brief minutes before time ran out. In the middle of the press box, there was talk of the Cardinals’ Game 1 NL Championship Series opener against Washington.