It’s a sunny Monday afternoon in mid-June, the kind hot enough that it felt perfect for a visit to the pool or a trip to get some ice cream.
Another sign of a summer hedging far closer to normalcy, Marshfield wrestling was able to make its yearly voyage to the NEO Team Camp held at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M in Miami, Okla.
Summer’s Edge camp for Marshfield High School student-athletes typically ends with some sort of game, and on June 8 it was a cone drill that brought out the competitive side of the Jays, along with plenty of laughs. Participants are put in pairs and have to follow a series of commands before…
Rogersville Parks Director Kory Stucki provided an update to the Board of Aldermen at Monday night's meeting on the same day as summer ball got underway in the city.
A disappointing finish could only throw so much shade on a mostly outstanding day of results for Marshfield at Friday’s Class 4 state track meet in Jefferson City.
It didn’t seem likely six months ago, but next year’s Logan-Rogersville girls basketball seniors will have played under four different head coaches by the time it’s done and dusted.
Marshfield and Willard caught a break in the rain long enough on May 19, but the top-seeded Lady Jays couldn’t stop the outpour of offense and fell in the Class 3 District 11 title game, 6-1.
Kyle Schatzer's contact into the outfield in the bottom of the sixth caused some baserunning chaos enough to score Evan Helton for the only run Strafford needed to win its Class 3 district championship game with Clever in Neosho Friday.
Baseball teams had to put their tarp on hopes of playing games Monday with rain and thunderstorms almost universally washing out postseason contests.
The conclusion to Monday afternoon’s district semifinal between Marshfield and Hillcrest was something of a repeat scenario from minutes earlier.
A few Blue Jays golfers may not have necessarily agreed on how Monday’s conditions helped or hindered the round, but it didn’t stop a couple of them from punching a ticket to state.
Logan-Rogersville boys tennis survived the rain and a few late singles wins by Mt. Vernon players, besting the Mountaineers at home Monday, 5-4.