Winning a state championship is any coach’s dream, but to do it alongside a family member is a rare experience that Denny and Mitch McHenry can now say they’ve enjoyed.
The Logan-Rogersville girls cross country program joined the ranks of the state’s elite with its induction into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame on April 7.
If ever there was a rating for track performances, Marshfield senior Brianna Utecht was certified fresh at Girls Night Out last Thursday.
Placed in with a revolving door of opponents in recent years, it’s no surprise this spring that Marshfield baseball will again see some fresh programs in its district as the sport expands classes for the first time.
Marshfield High School alumni Paige Taylor and Skyler Collison to be inducted in the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame… for the second time. The pair were inducted in 2019 as members of the Marshfield Lady Jays Basketball Program. Wednesday, April 7 they will be inducted for their participation i…
Indians baseball kept its record undefeated by no-hitting Seymour in the team’s home opener on March 24, then defeated the hosts two days later to win the Pleasant Hope Tournament.
Two Strafford players were tabbed for All-State honors and a Wildcat senior joined them as postseason honors finished rolling in as hoops championships concluded recently.
Conway had 15 students compete at the Missouri State Archery tournament Thursday, March 18. The all-day competition was held at the Branson Convention Center.
Marshfield girls soccer coach Paul Lewis was going over positives from the team’s season opener Friday evening when Calli Watson looked to be in severe pain on the bench beyond him.
In a district championship that was a tale of two halves, Logan-Rogersville beat Neosho, 77-49. The March 3 victory not only gave the Wildcats their fourth district title in a row, but the opportunity to cut down the nets as it came on their own floor.
Friday’s district title game in West Plains between Marshfield and Rolla took place on the hardwood, but it had a few gut punches worthy of a boxing prize fight.
If beating Hartville in Friday night’s Class 3 district championship would have been the ultimate cherry on top, defeating rival Fair Grove in the semifinals two days earlier was still a treat for Strafford.