Head coach Bailee Nunn of Marshfield Swimming has welcomed two students from Hartville to the Lady Bluejays girls swim team this upcoming season in the pool.
The Logan-Rogersville Wildcats finished last year 10-10. This year, head coach Jason Carter is looking to finish strong despite the loss of state qualifiers Beau Thompson and Davin Agee.
Fordland’s Lady Eagles faced off against Bradleyville on Monday, Nov. 27. They came into their own tournament as the number one seed.
The Indians are hosting the Strafford Invitational Tournament this week with the first round of play at the high school gymnasium beginning on Monday, Nov. 27.
Last year, the Jays went 13-7 in duals and took first place in tournaments in Bolivar and Buffalo. This year, head coach Matt Holt is looking to capitalize on a strong group of 45 athletes for his tenth season as a head coach.
The Wildcats finished their historic season with a second-place finish at the State Championship and a final record of 26-1.
The Strafford Indians traveled to Forsyth to take on the Panthers in the Class 2 District 4 sem-finals on Friday, Nov. 3.
The Logan-Rogersville Wildcats boys soccer team is currently 22-0 on the season following a win on the road at Central Thursday, Oct. 26. This is a record amount of wins for the Wildcat soccer program.
Senior Marlee Edgeman, Marshfield, finished her career as a Bluejay in Farmington on day 2 of the Class 3 State Tournament, Tuesday, Oct 17.
On Friday, Oct. 6, the Logan-Rogersville Wildcats traveled to R.A. Barr to take on the Marshfield Bluejays at their Homecoming.
Logan-Rogersville held their Homecoming on Friday, Sept. 29 with a game against Hollister.
Logan-Rogersville’s boys soccer squad has won nine games in a row, making them the only undefeated squad in Class 2 District 5 coming into week 6 of the season.
The Reeds Spring Wolves (3-1) came to town on Friday, Sept. 22 to play against the Marshfield Bluejays.
Zach Mitchell, senior, has broken the record for the fastest 5k time in Marshfield history by six seconds at the MSSU Southern Stampede on Saturday, Sept. 16.
An extra baseball season is truly a treat for the smaller schools that take it on in response to a lack of football during fall. The Summit Conference battle between the Bears and the Eagles on Tuesday, Sept. 5 drives this point home.
Cross-country is back in Webster County, with almost every school in the area attending a meet over the weekend. Records were broken and expectations were shattered. It's sure to be an exciting season for XC.
The Conway Bears cross-country program is preparing for an exciting 2023 season. After graduating a strong senior class, the Bears are looking to rebuild with lone senior Maddy Officer leading the charge into the coming meets.
The Marshfield Bluejays continued showcasing their athletes for the fall season by having another night of Meet the Jays in the high school gym. Audiences only had to pay the entrance fee of a single pack of gum to meet the girls golf, boys swimming, and volleyball teams.
“The 2022 season was statistically the best season we have had since I took over in 2020,” said head coach of Marshfield Cross Country Gage Miers. “We graduated a lone senior, Austin Palubicki who led the way in the change of our program as we have been building toward becoming a top-tier program.”
With football season approaching, several schools in Webster County took part in jamborees to test their football teams against live talent.