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Maryville loses home opener to Falls City

Posted September 3, 2015 at 1:00 pm

Maryville catcher Emma Baldwin gets the ball from center fielder Abbie Greeley for the tagout against the Falls City runner attempting to score a run in the top of the second inning. Despite shining moments like this, Maryville softball couldn’t overcome the 7-1 first inning in their 14-2 loss to Falls City August 27 in Maryville for the Hound’s home opener.

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    Rock Port out-offenses North-West Nodaway in 158-point game

    North-West Nodaway quarterback, Koby Reynolds, dodges a tackle on his way into the endzone August 28 against Rock Port. Despite putting up 665 passing yards and nine touchdowns along with an additional rushing TD, Reynolds was on the receiving end of a 70-88 loss.

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    MHS golf team bests Tarkio in season opener

    Mollie Holtman chips herself onto the green of hole four on her way to a first place finish of 42 August 25 at Mozingo. The team would go on to finish with score of 200 against Tarkio who finished with a team score of 218.

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    Nodaway-Holt volleyball holds Mound City to three rounds

    It’s been a long time since Nodaway-Holt has bested their rival, Mound City, in a volleyball match. So when the Trojans sparked early for a 25-21 win in game one, both teams knew it was on. Mound City would, however, land the next two wins in the August 24 showdown in Graham, winning 25-21 and 25-13 for the 2-1 victory. Despite the loss, the Trojans proved their growth from last season.

    “We actually beat them during a summer camp so

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    Mid-Buch Dragons dominate SN

     The Longhorns fell to the Dragons of Mid-Buchanan 19-4 in Barnard on August 25.

    Both teams got on the scoreboard in the first inning. Mid-Buchanan scored two in the top of the first and South Nodaway answered with an RBI double by Sydney Murphy. The Dragons broke the game wide open with a five-run second inning and a three-run third inning.

    The Longhorns scored again in the third with an RBI single

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    Geography with Goudge

    The college football season is fast approaching. The FBS or Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly Division IA, consists of 128 teams that have been known as Major College through the years. This player production map, based on where the players attended high school, indicates a strong regional concentration in the Deep South. This area forms the core or footprint of the Southeastern Conference which has produced seven of the past nine national champions. Only 15 states have a per-capita value over the national norm of 1.00.

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    Spartans trounce Longhorns in battle of the co-ops

    Brody Day makes his way up the field for the South Holt/ Nodaway-Holt Spartans in their 41-14 win over the South Nodaway/Jefferson co-op August 21 at Graham. Day led the team in rushing with 113 yards on 13 carries including a 19-yard touchdown run and a 51-yard touchdown run.

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    Spoofhound volleyball makes dramatic comeback win over East Buchanan

    The Maryville High School volleyball team celebrates after making a comeback win over East Buchanan in three matches, winning the August 25 season opener 2-1. After dropping game one 23-25, the Hounds came back to win the next two, 25-23 and 25-16, to begin the season 1-0.

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    Muskets unable to contain Bulldog’s running game in week one loss

    North-West Nodaway players Levi Hoyt and Ben Hart drag down the Stanberry quarterback for a sack in the second half. Despite their presence in the backfield, North-West Nodaway’s defense was unable to put a stop to Stanberry’s running game in the 80-48 loss to the Bulldogs.

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    Nodaway-Holt, Mound City volleyball battle takes three rounds

    Nodaway-Holt senior Frankie Lemar serves up the ball against Mound City as the Trojans drag the night out to three matches in the 1-2 loss for the Trojans. Lemar had seven aces in the night with most of them coming in the first game where she led the team to an 11-0 spark that led to a 25-21 win. The Panthers returned with a 25-21 and 25-13 win for the overall victory August 24 at Graham.

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