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The West Nodaway Rockets basketball teams saw Courtwarming losses against the Nodaway-Holt Trojans on February 2. The girls teams ended the evening with the Rockets 47 and the Trojans 59. In the boys game, the Rockets jumped to an early lead which dissolved with a tie score by half; the Trojans dominated the second half.
Maryville girls lost to Smithville 39-31 during their Courtwarming game on February 1. This year’s Courtwarming king, Brady Atwell, son of Darren and Heidi Atwell, escorted queen Becky Meyers, daughter of Kerry and Marsha Meyers. For more photos, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The North Nodaway girls lost to East Atchison 45-61 while the boys were defeated 46-52 at their Courtwarming February 2. Courtwarming King Cole Bird, son of Suzan and Chris Bird, and grandson of Joyce and Richard Bird, escorted Queen Alisha Davison, daughter of Sandy and Todd Davison. For more photos and information, see the printed
Using the home court advantage, the Jefferson Eagles basketball teams came out on top against the North Nodaway Mustangs. The girls game was a seesaw battle with the final score being 42-33, Eagles. The boys game saw the Eagles outscore the Mustangs throughout the game and the final score was 52-24. Eagle Dalton Luke goes
The Maryville boys defeated Bishop LeBlond 64-50 on January 30. Jakob Woods sets his stance for a layup. Wood lead the team with 12 points for the game. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
This weekend’s Super Bowl marks the 52nd game since the bowl began in 1967. Nineteen different teams have at least one Super Bowl victory. Pittsburgh, with six trophies, leads all teams, followed by Dallas, New England and San Francisco, with five each, Green Bay and New York Giants each have four. Will this year’s game
The South Nodaway Longhorns basketball teams celebrated 2018 Courtwarming on January 19 with two wins over the Union Star Trojans: girls, 53-9; boys, 67-42. Payton Henggeler and Cole Henggeler were named as 2018 Courtwarming royalty. Payton is the daughter of Mike and Lashawna Henggeler, Guilford. Cole is the son Carrie Henggeler of Guilford and Paul
The Jefferson girls beat Northeast Nodaway 43-32 while the boys won 74-43 for Homecoming win on January 19. The 2018 Homecoming royalty were King Bryson Roush, son of Robert and Jessica Evans, and Queen Stephanie Chor, daughter of Steve and Amy Chor. For more photos, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
Maryville High School hosted the Midland Empire Conference Wrestling Tournament on January 20, and the Spoofhounds placed fifth out of the seven conference teams. Senior Jackson Sanders finished the day as the MEC champion in the 170-pound division. He pinned his first two opponents and won a major decision 10-0 in the finals. For more