The Worth County Tigers captured the Missouri 8-man state title by defeating the Sacred Heart Gremlins, 64-21, on November 18 at Plaster Stadium on the Missouri-State University campus in Springfield. The Northeast Nodaway players on the co-op include Austin Welch, Reed McIntyre, Colton Wilmes, Brayden Welch, Dakota Auffert and Chase Atkins. For more photos and
The Maryville Spoofhounds will head back to the Class 3 State Championship for the fourth time in six years after defeating Blair Oaks 49-20 during the state semifinals November 18 at Jefferson City. The Hounds will face Mt. Vernon at 11 am on November 25 at Faurot Field on the University of Missouri campus in
This proportional-symbol map displays the all-time major college football consensus all-Americans. The largest symbols include Notre Dame, 83; Southern Cal, 72; Michigan, 68; Alabama, 64; Ohio State and Oklahoma, 62 each; followed by Texas, 50; Nebraska, 45; Pittsburgh, 44; Penn State, 38; and Florida State and UCLA, 37 each.
As we move into the middle of November, the college basketball season is in full swing. In addition, it was also the Early Signing period, November 8-15, for recruits from the class of 2018. Seventy-eight out of the Top 100 high school players have already made commitments. Primarily to perennial contenders like Duke, Kansas, Kentucky,
The Worth County Tigers including several Northeast Nodaway boys won the privilege to play in the Show-Me State Football Championships by winning 58-14 against the North Andrew Cardinals. The Tigers will face Sedalia Sacred Heart at 3 pm, Saturday, November 18 in Springfield. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The Maryville High School Spoofhound football team was triumphant with a 19-13 Kansas City Center High School Yellowjackets on November 11. The team’s helmets had a red, white and blue sticker for commemorating Veterans Day, along with the Hounds carrying the American flags when the team took the field at the beginning. For more photos
The November 3 district crown went to Worth County with a 44-22 win over Stanberry. Next, the Tigers will play the North Andrew Cardinals at 7 pm, Friday, November 10 at Grant City. Center Colton Wilmes snaps the ball to Tiger quarterback Ryan McClellan. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
Nodaway County schools were represented by six runners at the State Championship Cross Country meets held on November 4. Ashley Riley represented the Platte Valley Longhorns in the Class 1 state championship. She placed first and was an All-State Medalist with a time of 19:55.53, over a minute faster than the second place finisher. For
The Bearcat men’s basketball team has picked up where they left off last year as National Champions by sitting on top of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Rankings. This proportional symbol map indicates a national distribution of teams with the core or heartland of basketball running from Kentucky and North Carolina towards the
Spoofhound football started scoring on November 3 against the Hornets in Chillicothe and didn’t let up. Quarterback Will Walker looks to pass. His stats were 8-16 passing for 119 yards and a TD. Chillicothe put the first 12 points on the scoreboard, then the Hounds took over the game and the defense denied the end