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Worthington nets two goals, Jasinski grabs a pair of PK saves in shootout win over MEC rival

Posted October 21, 2014 at 7:01 pm

Spoofhound midfielder Dimitri Filopoulos gets a shot off against Savannah’s defense in the first half of Maryville’s 5-2 win after double overtime and a PK shootout.

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    Jefferson girls head to final four after quarterfinal win

    Coach Shelly Deen and senior Danae Schieber run to hug each other after Jefferson capped off their 9-2 win over Pattonsburg October 18 at Conception Jct. The win puts the Eagles in the October 24-25 state tournament in Springfield.

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    North-West Nodaway gets week 9 win over Nodaway-Holt

    North-West Nodaway quarterback Koby Reynolds gets the pass off before Nodaway-Holt’s Gus Coffelt can get the sack as North-West Nodaway goes on to win 66-34 October 17 at Burlington Jct. Reynolds threw for 267 yards and seven touchdowns in the win.

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    Hot bats from Jefferson lift the Eagles over Stanberry in district

    Despite a sluggish start that allowed Stanberry to lead through the fourth inning, huge plays in the fifth and sixth gave the Eagles a comfortable 8-3 lead to eventually get the win. The two rivals faced off October 11 at Jefferson in the district championship, where the Eagles won to survive on to play in the state tournament.

    “We never can overlook Stanberry,” said Jefferson Head Coach Shelly Deen. “They’re just so talented. We just battled back as a

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    McMahon leads the Spoofhounds in a trampling of Savages to remain perfect on the season, conference

    It’s no surprise anymore when senior running back Brody McMahon rushes for huge yards, but 276 rushing yards and four touchdowns along with 67 receiving yards and two more touchdowns is still very impressive. McMahon’s stellar game led the Spoofhounds to an overall 55-14 win over longtime Savannah rival October 10 at Savannah to give Maryville its third consecutive Highway 71 Showdown win.

    “I watched my freshman year as we lost the showdown to them,” McMahon said. “I remember

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    Nodaway-Holt volleyball goes two and out in win over West Nodaway

    Macie Bohannon of Nodaway-Holt stretches out to send the ball over the net in Nodaway-Holt’s 2-0 win over West Nodaway. The Nodaway-Holt volleyball won their matches, 25-12 and 25-8, over West Nodaway October 9 at Burlington Jct. Bohannon finished the night with five kills and four blocks.

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    Nodaway-Holt picks up first win over Mound City since 1995

    For a young Nodaway-Holt squad struggling against more seasoned opponents, a win over their biggest rival is the best thing that could have happened. That’s what happened October 10 when the Trojans defeated the Mound City Panthers 50-26 at Graham. The win gave Nodaway-Holt their second win of the season, their first being in week one against another rival, the South Holt Knights.

    The Trojans were tied 12-all with the Panthers after the first quarter, proving early that they

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    Spoofhounds remain perfect in season with huge victory over Savages

    A Savage defender dives for Maryville’s Brody McMahon but is unable to stop the senior running back from scoring on a 68-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to put the Spoofhounds up 48-14. Maryville would defeat Savannah 55-14 in the October 10 match up played at Savannah to win the Highway 71 Showdown trophy and remain undefeated into the final week of the regular season.

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    Spoofhounds face greatest test, overcome for Homecoming win

    The Maryville Spoofhounds season seemed to reach a climactic week in week seven as the 6-0 Spoofhounds hosted the 5-1 Smithville Warriors for Maryville’s Homecoming October 3 at the Hound Pound. Before the Warriors, the Spoofhound varsity had yet to remain in the game the full four quarters as the Spoofhounds blew their opponents away in the starting six weeks. This week was different as the Warriors put up a four-quarter battle that put the Spoofhounds to the test; a test that Maryville overcame much to the

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