Jefferson City hosted the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Track and Field State Championship tournament this weekend. Schools from all over the state, including three from Webster County, competed to earn a spot on the podium. Here are the results from the championship.
Logan-Rogersville’s Lady Wildcats lost to the Pleasant Hill Chicks at the Class 2 State Tournament Sectionals on Saturday, May 27th. The Lady Wildcats (19-7) hosted the Chicks (16-6) at their Wildcat Stadium in Rogersville with kick-off starting the game at 2 P.M.
As the 2022-2023 school session comes to a close, so does the golf season for several teams around Webster County. The state tournament was held at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club in Sedalia on May 15-16.
The following Fordland High School Eagles will continue their athletic careers in college and have signed their letters of intent.
Track and Field this week saw many victories and medals for the schools of Webster County, so without delay, let us honor them.
The Marshfield girls' soccer season has come to a close. On May 13, the Bluejays entered the Class 2 Districts 5 Championship Tournament and took on Cassville. Freshman Brianna Hanson and Junior Calli Watson would score the game-winning points, beating Cassville with a final score of 2-0 and advancing the Jays to the next round.
As their year closes, a few more seniors from the Wildcat nation of Logan-Rogersville high school have signed their letters of intent and will continue their athletic careers.
May 13 proved to be quite successful for the track and field teams of Webster County.
These Bluejays have signed their letters of intent and will continue their careers in college.
On April 27, Marshfield Blue Jays visited the McDonald County Mustangs. Marshfield won against the Mustangs with a final score of 8-0. That same day the Logan-Rogersville Wildcats took on the Parkview Vikings and edged out a win with a final score of 3-2. Thus both teams would close out the month with a win.
Three Webster County golf teams celebrated achievements this week. On Tuesday, April 25, the Marshfield Golf team hosted its invitational tournament at the Whispering Oaks Golf Course.
Marshfield High School Executive Council sponsored a group of students for the Special Olympics track meet in Clever, Mo last week. Each Special Olympics athlete was paired with a buddy from Executive Council. It was a great day with competition, fun, and making new friends.
The track has been in full swing for the last few weeks. With many wins and records, we can only cover so much. The biggest track meet before districts and championships would be the Southern Baptist University meet on April 25. Let's see how the schools of Webster County faired.
April 18, 2023, will hold a significant moment in Logan-Rogersville baseball history. On that day, the Wildcats took on the Hollister Tigers at the new L-R field. This game would see some impressive pitches from the Wildcats, five home runs, three from Noah Carrow, one from Curry Sutherland, and one from Jackson Rousey. After six innings, the Wildcats were victorious against the Tigers with a final score of 11-1.
The goals keep flying for the Jays and Wildcats.
On April 11, Marshfield and Logan-Rogersvile JV golf teams participated in the Clever Tournament. After the clubs were putt away, the Wildcats team took first place, and the Blue Jays earned fourth. L-R would also have three players who took the top three individual medals, Brady Goodson in first place, Ryder Randles in second place, and Salem LaRue in third place.
On a warm, pleasant April 13 afternoon, the Marshfield Blue Jays baseball team visited the Logan-Rogersville Wildcats and held their battle for Webster County. Both teams would step up to the plate and take their best swings and pitches. After four innings of incredible plays, including a no-hitter from Wildcat Senior Brody McNiel, the L-R Wildcats were victorious against the Marshfield Bluejays with a final score of 10-0.
Who says cats and tennis do not mix?
Another week of soccer is in the books for schools in Webster County.
This past week, many tees were struck as Marshfield, Logan-Rogersville, and Strafford boys golf teams participated in several matches and tournaments.
After months of construction, the new baseball field is ready for play. Logan-Rogersville baseball team will now enjoy their home games on a new turf. The Wildcats christened the field with a victory against William Chrisman School on Mar. 31, with a final score of 11-1.
Webster County soccer teams have wrapped up the second week of soccer for the 2023 season. The Marshfield Blue Jays visited Springfield Catholic on their home turf Thursday, Mar. 23. After two quarters of passing and kicking, the contest winner was Springfield Catholic with a final score of 3-1. Junior Calli Watson scored the only goal for Marshfield. The Bluejays would then defend their home from Lebanon on Monday, Mar. 27. The final score was 6-3, with Juniors Anna Offutt scoring one goal and Calli Watson scoring the other five.
Last week was the official tee-off for Marshfield and Logan-Rogersville boys' golf teams. Both teams attended the Reed Springs Tournament located at Pointe Royale in Branson after a day of bogeys, drives, and birdies Logan-Rogersville's team placed first in the tournament, with three members getting individual medals. The Marshfield team would rank fourth in the tournament, with a few members in the top 20.
The following athletes from Strafford High School have signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college.
The Marshfield FFA Chapter and Booster club held its annual Career Development Event (CDE) on Mar. 18. Over 1,800 students from over 80 schools throughout the state were registered to compete in this competition. Events included Ag Mechanics, Agronomy, Dairy and Livestock Judging, Dairy Foods, Soils Evaluation, Entomology, Nursery and Landscaping, Floriculture, Forestry, Meats Evaluation, Poultry, and a variety of leadership events such as Ag Sales, FFA Knowledge, and Public Speaking.
Soccer Season has kicked off officially in Webster County. For the Marshfield Girls Soccer team, their first game was against St. James high school on Mar. 17. In that game, Junior Calli Watson scored six goals, with fellow junior Anna Offutt and Senior Eiley Manary also scoring goals. Luck was definitely on the Jays' side, as they beat the Tigers with a score of 8-0. The Jays would then play West Plains and win 3-2 via penalty kicks on Mar. 21. The kicks were provided this time by Watson, freshmen Allysyn Marriott and Brianna Hanson. The winning kick was from sophomore Tia Snow.
The following athletes from Conway High School have signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college.
As the 22-23 school year ends, the following Fordland athletes have signed their letters of intent and will continue their athletic careers in the fall.