The NFL season is now in full swing. Which region of the country produces the highest quality football players? The ‘Southern Slant’ is very evident in this week’s professional football players map. This per capita map is based on where the current active roster players went to high school. The leading southern states account for
The South Holt/Nodaway-Holt Spartans pulled off their first win of the football season in Week 4 against Platte Valley September 14 in Barnard. The Longhorns were coming off a win of their own the week prior, hoping to coast to another victory, but the Spartans had other plans in their 60-12 win that ended the
Maryville Spoofhound soccer’s Thomas DiStefano rips a shot past incoming LeBlond defenders September 13 in his hat-trick game at Donaldson Westside Park. The Hounds would win 8-0 against the defending Class 1 soccer state champs. Other scorers were Brenden Ware and James DiStefano with two goals each and Jaden Hayes with a goal.
Two Nodaway County high school softball teams will be participating in the September 15 Stanberry Softball Invitational at the south field in Stanberry. Northeast Nodaway and Maryville varsity squads, plus Northeast Nodaway and Platte Valley junior high softball teams will be participating in the junior high portion of the tournament. The junior high portion will
After three quarters September 7, the Worth County football team had the mercy rule called facing the Braymer team at Graceland University, Lamoni, IA. The location was determined after football fields were too saturated for play.
The Bearcats are ranked #4 in the AFCA Coaches Top 25 Division II Football Poll this week, as they prepare to host Missouri Southern for Family Weekend. Four teams represent the MIAA Conference. Found in the center of the map are, in the Top 25, Ft. Hays State at #17, Central Missouri at #20 and
The FBS, Football Bowl Subdivision, is now if full swing. It consists of 129 teams that have been known as Major College through the years. This player production map, based on where the 14,394 FBS players attended high school, indicates a strong regional concentration in the deep south. This area forms the core or footprint
After losing a heartbreaker in the season opener to Blair Oaks, the Maryville Spoofhounds football team made the necessary adjustments to get back to their winning ways in time for their August 31 home opener. The Spoofhounds scored early and often in their 36-0 routing of the Harrisonville Wildcats, despite the fact their opponents were