Entering her eighth season in charge, Marshfield softball head coach Jessica Gorham sees better times ahead for a team that went 8-12 last year.
A Friday afternoon that saw temperatures reach the high 80s, and a heat index that had it feeling even hotter at R.A. Barr Stadium, the setting seemed right for an emergency training session for Blue Jays personnel.
Life has been good for Logan-Rogersville softball the past six seasons. Four of them have resulted in 18 wins, and 2015-16 saw the program notch 22 and reach the Class 3 state quarterfinals.
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A few years back I was covering a mid-level regional MMA show in Michigan. Organization at shows below the Bellator and UFC like these tend to vary in their organization and accommodations, so I was pacing after interviewing a winner post-fight back to the seat I had carved out at a table so…
After a hiccup not atypical to athletes jumping from the high school to collegiate level, former Logan-Rogersville golfer Jacob Hefley is back to trimming his score and brimming with confidence.
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The Marshfield varsity baseballers, who have been roaming the Midwest in summer league play, came closer to home and had one of their strongest series of the season, going 3-2 over five games that took place across Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Hillcrest High School in Springfield.
Marshfield girls from grades three through six got the chance to learn from high school coaches and athletes last week at two back-to-back youth athletics camps.
Summer basketball typically works as a kind of testing ground before the beginning of a new year. With it, coaches see what they have to work with and prepare for the coming winter season based on their observations.
Gracie Steele pops a shot off the tee for her team, the Cobras, in Monday evening’s game against the Tsunamis at Rotary Park. Tee ball is just one of several city league sports put on by the Marshfield Parks and Recreation Department. The city features youth soccer in the spring, but fills t…
The Marshfield varsity wrestling team have kept busy this summer, hosting a four-time NCAA qualifying wrestler at their home camp, traveling to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M for a three-day camp and competing with state champions in the Missouri Central Summer Duals in Columbia.
The Marshfield summer league baseball club played in an out-of-state tournament in Omaha, Nebraska, last week that also gave them the opportunity to stop in on a game of the College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park on Friday.
Living off the grid today is not as easy as it was a hundred years ago. Back then there wasn’t a grid and everyone was just living. Today, you need to recapture the past — relearn things that were known a long time ago but have been forgotten today.
On Saturday, the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual golf tournament at Whispering Oaks golf course in Marshfield. Seventy teams played this year, and two golfers, Brad Gregory and Shelly Arnold, got holes-in-one.
Since she started her position in 2018, Ronda Hubbard has been actively involved in the Marshfield R-I School District, serving as the district’s activities director and transportation director.
In a summer league tournament in northwest Arkansas featuring teams from all over the Midwest, the Marshfield Baseball Club took two wins across five games over the weekend.
When Cody Bull came back to Marshfield High School as head varsity football coach in the summer of 2017, he opened up the football team’s regular summer training program to sports outside of football, hoping to create a more coordinated effort among the school’s athletics programs.
Though the Strafford softball girls were thwarted in their district final this year, there were plenty of postseason accolades to go around for a Lady Indians squad that had previously risen to two state titles.