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Fall Baseball

The Conway Bears won against Sparta 5-1 on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at home.

On Thursday, Sept. 28, the Bears fell to conference rival Hartville 2-6 on the road.

The Bears took a tough-fought loss in their match against Gainesville at home on Friday, Sept. 29. The Bears lost 7-9.

The Fordland Eagles fell to the Norwood Pirates on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at home. 

On Thursday, Sept. 28, the Eagles took a win in another game at home versus Blue Eye with a score of 6-5.

The Bears and the Eagles both attended the Summit Conference Tournament starting on Monday, Oct. 2. Conway fell to the Gainesville Bulldogs 3-5 in a game that went to nine innings. Brixon Bilyeu manned the mound with Cade Archer closing the final two innings. The Bears struggled at the plate, only recording four hits to the Bulldogs' ten. Issac Freeman had two hits, with Archer and Quentin McGuire each getting one. 

The Mansfield Lions defeated the Eagles 3-0. 

Conway: 9-9

Fordland: 6-9

Fall Softball

The Marshfield Bluejays had a busy week. 

The Lady Jays blew out Walnut Grove 12-2 at the Tigers’ field on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

At home, Marshfield put even more runs on the board the next day in their game against Walnut Grove in a 17-2 win.

A busy week meant another game the following day on Wednesday, Sept. 27 versus Glendale. The game carried to nine innings and resulted in a Jays win 5-4.

The Lady Jays racked up two losses in a double header on Friday, Sept. 29 at home against Lee's Summit and Carl Junction. 

The Logan-Rogersville Wildcats lost to Monett on Tuesday, Sept. 26 on the road with a score of 0-15.

The Lady Cats hosted McDonald County on Thursday, Sept. 28 and lost 5-9. 

The Lady Jays took on the Logan-Rogerville Lady Wildcats on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Check next week’s edition of The Marshfield Mail to see how they did. 

Marshfield: 22-10

Logan-Rogersville: 7-9


The Lady Jays are on a tear, winning six consecutive games in a row. 

On Tuesday, Sept. 26, the Jays flew circles around Reeds Springs on the road and won three matches to none. 

The Jays hosted Mt. Vernon on Thursday, Sept. 28, and won again 3-0.

"Winning is great, but we need to focus on the process," said head coach Jarod Olson. "The little things are really the big things, and we still to need to clean up some aspects of our play."

Marshfield hosted the Wildcats on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Check next week’s edition to see if the win streak stays alive. 

Strafford traveled to Miller on Tuesday, Sept. 26, and took home a hard-fought win 3-2.

“The girls rallied together after going down two sets to zero,” said head coach Ashley Bough. “The third, fourth, and fifth set were well balanced.”

The following Thursday, the Indians hosted Clever in a 0-3 loss.

“We struggled to put things together and lost to a tough Bluejays team,” said Bough.

On Saturday, Sept. 30, Strafford swept Bolivar and then lost to Republic. 

Logan-Rogersville swept Mt. Vernon on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

On Thursday, Sept. 28, the Cats took down Hollister in another sweep. 

At the Rolla Invitational, Rogersville tied against Bell City, Rolla, and Owensville on Saturday, Sept. 30. In a rematch against Bell City, the Cats won 2-1. A match against Washington resulted in a loss, but the Wildcats turned it around in a sweep against Fatima.

The Conway Bears took a loss at Clever on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

The following Thursday, Conway lost to Licking on the road. 

The Bears played Seymour in a conference matchup on Monday, Oct. 2. The Bears swept the Seymour Tigers 3-0. It was Pinkout Night at Conway. 

On Thursday, Sept. 28, the Fordland Eagles won a match on the road at Blue Eye.

On Friday, Sept. 29, the Eagles defeated Sparta 3-2.

Marshfield: 14-5

Strafford: 12-8-2

Logan-Rogersville: 11-7-3

Conway: 6-15-2

Fordland: 13-5-1


The Marshfield Bluejays lost to Greenwood in their match on the road 3-4 on Tuesday, Sept. 26. 

The Jays played the Lebanon Yellowjackets on Monday, Oct. 2 and lost 0-1.

The Logan-Rogersville Wildcats are still undefeated after picking up two wins over the last week. 

The Wildcats were challenged by Cassville, who sent the game into double overtime before losing 2-1.

“13-0 is crazy,” exclaimed head coach Brett Wubbena. “Cassville was a wake-up call. We didn’t get into playing the way that makes us successful. We never took a step back to think about the way we were playing.”

Rogersville went on the beat Bolivar, Lebanon, and Willard over the week, bringing their record to an outstanding 13-0. The Wildcats won the Willard Fall Classic. 

Rogersville traveled to Monett (10-3) for a match on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Check next week’s edition of The Marshfield Mail to see if anyone can defeat this Wildcat soccer squad. 

“This is a big week for us with Monett and Bolivar,” added Wubbena. “They are both really good teams. If we can play the way we can, we should come out on top, but we can’t take these teams for granted.”

Marshfield: 3-9-1

Logan-Rogersville: 13-0


On Saturday, Oct. 3, The Bluejays ran up to the Lake for the Camdenton Invitational at HaHa Tonka. 


Zach Mitchell: 3rd place; 16:28

Jake Mitchell: 40th place; 18:01

Skylee Lamkey: 55th place; 23:48

The Strafford Indians traveled to the Chile Pepper XC Festival at the University of Arkansas on Saturday, Sept. 30.


Colton Willis: 231st place; 17:20

Carter Zbaren: 574th place; 18:48

Jasmine Hayes: 269th; 21:18

Piper Keith: 375th; 22:2 

Conway traveled to S of O near Branson to take part in a meet on Friday, Sept. 29.


Aiden Gary: 27th place; 13:13

Dominick Zaffos: 34th place; 13:58

Sarah Cantrell: 11th; 15:50

Rebee Bell: 17th; 16:51


The Jays headed to Springfield on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Check next week’s edition of The Marshfield Mail to see how they did. 


The Wildcats sent their girls tennis team to the Big 8 Conference tournament on Wednesday, Sept. 27. 

On Tuesday, Oct. 2, the Wildcats entered the Class 1 District 9 Tournament. Check next week’s edition of The Marshfield Mail to see how they did. 




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