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Marshfield Pins to Win

The fabulous five

This season’s Niangua Lady Cardinals basketball squad can be described in one word; strong. The Lady Cardinals are currently sitting at 9-6 on the season, though the team only has five total …

County's own crowned Pink & White Champions

The 2021 Pink & White tournament ended with Webster County’s very own Strafford Lady Indians taking home the first place hardware. The tournament spans over a total of four days and is …

Pink & White tournament returns to the Springfield area

The Pink and White Lady Basketball has made its way back to the schedule this holiday season. Starting on Monday, Dec. 27 three Webster County teams, Strafford, Rogersville and Marshfield, will …

Local schools prepare for Blue & Gold

Tis’ the season for the annual Greenwood Blue & Gold basketball tournament where three Webster County teams are preparing to take the court in competition. For full a full tournament …

Jays take to the mat to pin cancer

On Thursday, Dec. 16 the Marshfield boys and girls wrestling teams hosted the “Pin Cancer” night. The teams collected money for the Heros For Hudson while the fans were encouraged to …

Marshfield swim consistently generating results

Varsity swim coach Ann Leonard, for Marshfield and Seymour, has begun the season with results consistently being generated as the season progresses.  On Dec. 14, the swimmers traveled to the …

Bears beat Tigers in homecourt battle

Claws came out during Monday night’s girls basketball game between the Seymour Tigers and Conway Bears. The Bears started conference play off right with a dominative win over the reputable …

Jays defeat Bears in Webster County match up

The Marshfield Blue Jays boys basketball team opened the season at home against Conway Tuesday, Nov. 23. The Jays secured the win by 37 points, 61-24.  “With it being our first game we …

An outlet for homeschooled atheltes

Marshfield Christians in Action (C.I.A) is a homeschool sports program for the Marshfield area. Children ages 11-18 years of age can participate. The organization offers cheer, cross country, and …

Cardinals secure a home opener win

The season began at Seymour on Friday, Nov. 19, and the Niangua Cardinals could not secure the win. Falling to the talented Tigers 55-44, coach Kalem Copling stated that ‘the first game jitters …

County athletes commit to next level athletics

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Wildcat swimmer places 5th at State

The Logan-Rogersville boys swim team headed to the State Tournament on Wednesday, Nov. 10. Five out of six boys on the team had never swam competitively before reaching high school.  Coached …

A clean slate

Logan-Rogersville High School wrestling program had a rough go-around last season.  The Covid-19 pandemic put a hinderance on the season start by a week due to a quarantine. Then, at the end …

History made for Wildcats Soccer

Logan-Rogersville boys soccer team played Excelsior Springs Nov. 13 in a quarterfinal game. The team went into double overtime, eventually lossing 2-3 due to penalty kicks. Though the loss was …

The season of giving

Blankets and socks are on the Marshfield Crusaders wish list. The team will accept donations from Nov. 10 to Dec. 10. The blanket and sock drive is part of the baseball program’s mission to be …

Nunn makes the cut for top 100 list

Marshfield’s own Bailee Nunn has been selected as one of College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association’s (CSCAA’s) 100 greatest swimmer and divers of the past century. The …

State ends Strafford volleyball season

The Lady Indians ended the season with a 30-4-3 record. Its final game was played against Blair Oaks for the Class 3 State Championship on Nov. 5.    “We were so proud of our …

Rogersville take second at state tournament

Area Basketball Preview

  Strafford Lady Indians Coming off a 21-7 record last season and ending its season in the Final Four for the Class three state tournament, the Lady Indians are preparing for the new …
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