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North Nodaway falls to Braymer 4-0 in the district championship game

Posted May 24, 2016 at 6:36 pm

Peyton Coleman pitches in the May 19 district championship game against Braymer. Coleman allowed two runs in five innings of work, but the Mustangs lost 0-4 to take second in Class 1 District 16.

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    Lyle, Suchan doubles team advances to state

    The Maryville doubles tennis team of Joe Suchan and Trystan Lyle defeated Cameron’s top duo 6-1 and 7-5 in state sectionals to advance to the May 27 state tournament. Peter Kempf and Brady Archer played a Chillicothe duo in the sectionals, losing to end their season.

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    Spoofhounds best Excelsior Springs to claim second consecutive district title

    In an all-too-similar fashion from last year, the Maryville Spoofhounds once again defeated the Excelsior Springs Tigers 2-1 to claim their second consecutive Class 2 District 16 title in Cameron. The Spoofhounds bested the Tigers May 18 to advance to the May 21 state sectional game where they will host the winner of Kirksville and Moberly.

    Proving to be an all out brawl, it was Excelsior Springs who controlled the early minutes of the game before Maryville’s Annika Johnson

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    MHS golf takes 5th at state tourney

    Despite rough and wet conditions, the Maryville golf team came together for a fifth place finish at the May 16-17 Class 2 state tournament at the Sedalia Country Club behind LeBlond in first, Springfield Catholic, Hermann and Southern Boone.

    Missing all-state by one stroke, Hunter Hayes led the team in 16th place followed by Bryce Farlin in 26th, Matt Twaddle in 41st and Trey Oglesby in 50th. Keegan Riley had to bow out due to injury.

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    Geography with Goudge

    The Maryville high school girls soccer team played for the district championship this week with an 18-6 record. The Spoofhounds are among 8,228 players in the state of Missouri. New England states lead in per capita girls soccer participation followed by the Midwest. There are 375,681 girls high school soccer players in the US making it the fourth most popular high school girls sport in participation.

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    MHS track qualifies for 20 for state sectionals

    Maryville’s Tyler Stoll celebrates as he crosses the finish line in the boys 400-meter relay as the Spoofhounds take first in the event. Maryville qualified for sectionals in a number of individual and relay events, placing second as a team overall in the May 14 Class 3 District 8 meet in Chillicothe.

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    Golf legend Tom Watson greets young golfers at Watson 9 opening

    Kansas City’s Tom Watson savored every moment of the Watson 9 junior golf course grand opening on May 14 at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park. He spent the day with golfing enthusiasts from the youngest child to the senior league golfers. The event was filled with a youth golfing clinic, hot dogs and hamburgers served by the Maryville Rotary Club, a dedication of a stone bridge that was provided by the Rotarians, the unveiling of a statue honoring the golf legend and of course, nine holes of golf with three

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    Bluejays best Mustangs in late-season game to claim a third of conference title

    With a 5-2 win over North Nodaway May 9 at Hopkins, the Northeast Nodaway Bluejays tie East Atchison and Platte Valley for all three to claim the top spot in this season’s Northwest Missouri Baseball Conference. The win comes off a three-run sixth inning after the Mustangs tied the game up in the fifth inning.

    The Bluejays led 2-0 after the second inning, with RBIs by Rowdy West and Max Giesken. North Nodaway closed the gap in the fourth

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