Hounds reach 32-0 streak with win over St. Pius X

Posted September 2, 2014 at 6:13 pm

The Maryville Spoofhounds have played St. Pius X in the second week for the last three years. Over that time the score span has become 145-7 as St. Pius X scored back in 2012. Brody McMahon’s catch completed a 71-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. The Hounds ran up a 43-0 halftime lead and coasted the second half with a running clock and two more touchdowns. The Spoofhounds will play Chillicothe at the Hound Pound for week three.


    NW Nodaway sees potential in co-op despite loss to Stanberry

    It’s not very often that a Nodaway County 8-man team gets the opportunity to lead a powerhouse like Stanberry into the halftime locker room, but after shutting down a fourth and goal situation for the Bulldogs, that’s what the newly co-oped team, the Northwest Nodaway Mustangs, experienced August 22 despite the 38-56 loss.

    “I’m very proud of these boys for the way they played tonight,” said Northwest Nodaway Head Coach Andrew Webster. “We sure didn’t have any quit in

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    Lady Eagles oust Albany in three innings for season-opener win

    It took just three innings for the Jefferson Lady Eagles to dismantle the Albany Lady Warriors August 26, winning 16-0 at home for the season opener win.

    “Albany has lost a lot of talent over the past couple of years but I think once they get into their groove they will be a tough team to beat come districts,” said Jefferson Head Coach Shelly Deen. “This year our team just has a lot of experience and that’s a plus

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    West Nodaway volleyball secures season-opener win over Clarinda

    The Clarinda Academy team was no match for West Nodaway during the Rocket’s August 25 home opening volleyball match at Burlington Jct. The Rockets won all four sets: 25-9, 25-9, 25-11 and 25-12. Despite the win the Rockets had a few hiccups which will give them techniques to work on as they continue to improve throughout the season. Senior Rocket Melody McGinness serves up the ball in West Nodaway’s home opener against Clarinda Academy.

    Meet the Bearcats scrimmage set for Thursday

     The Northwest Missouri State University football team will hold it’s annual Meet the Bearcats Green and White scrimmage at 6:30 pm, Thursday, August 28 at Bearcat Stadium.

    Fans will have an opportunity to meet the team and get autographs starting at 5 pm. The autograph session will last until approximately 5:30 pm. At that time, fans are welcome to enter the stands and Bearcat Stadium to watch the Green and White scrimmage at 6:30 pm.

    The Bearcats

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    New co-op proves positive for North, West Nodaway

    On top of his passing for 344 yards and three touchdowns, Northwest Nodaway quarterback Koby Reynolds dove in for the extra point in the team’s opening touchdown of the night to take an 8-6 lead over Stanberry. The Bulldogs would eventually win, but the Mustangs went down with a fight in the 38-56 loss.


    Geography with Goudge

    The major 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. These teams garner nationwide attention throughout the fall and this year will be having a new four-team College Football Playoff system. The player production map (over 13,600 players) indicates a strong regional concentration in the ‘Deep South.’ This area forms the core or footprint of the SEC (Southeastern Conference) which has produced seven of the past

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    Local golf enthusiast meets with golf legend

    Orville Heywood, Maryville golfer, met with the legend Tom Watson on August 18 to visit and enjoy lunch. Tom Watson’s firm is the developing firm of the Mozingo Junior Golf Course, which is under construction and is located northeast of the Mozingo Clubhouse. Watson noted how inspiring Heywood’s donation of $60,000 to the project was to him. Without Heywood’s donation, the short game development area in the center of the course would not have been possible. The area will be named the “Orville Heywood Short Game Development Area.”

    Calling The Shots: Columnist happy this week to be a lifelong fan of KC franchises

    By Dustin Henggeler

    It’s not too often that I get to write about the professional sports teams in the KC area – mostly because there’s not much to write about unless it’s how awesome Sporting KC has become. But somehow I don’t think our entire readership would appreciate that. But this week is quite unique as all three of the Kansas City franchises: Chiefs, Royals and Sporting KC, are at the top of their respective rankings.

    The Chiefs, who have struggled to field a Super Bowl-worthy team

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