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Lady Mustangs make coach, strategy change heading into 2014-15 season

Posted November 26, 2014 at 2:00 pm

Former Mustang Cambry Schluter was around to help North Nodaway practice, putting pressure on Alisha Davison’s jump shot during a shooting drill.

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    Once Longhorns on the court, the Jackson twins take to the coaching side of basketball at North Nodaway

    It’s been a few years since South Nodaway graduates Sami and Lindsi Jackson have run the courts of Nodaway County in search of a PVC rivalry or holiday tournament, but the duo has returned to the likes of coaching. While it’s not at their Alma Mater, the sisters have landed back in the county to lead the North Nodaway Lady Mustangs to an improved season despite lacking Cambry Schluter this season. The Jackson twins come bearing not only experience from high school, but also college ball as

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    Lady Hounds get package deal from Boeh twins, their talents

    Best friends is an understatement when describing Candace and Alexis Boeh, twin sisters who have literally done everything together. Their combined love for basketball has only strengthened that bond as the two have played together at Olathe Northwest High School and Northwest. Now the two are facing their first year of teaching at Maryville and landed coaching (Candace) and assistant coaching (Alexis) for the Lady Hounds basketball team.

    This season with the Spoofhounds isn’t the duo’s first time coaching

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    Co-op’s inaugural season ends, gives high hope for future seasons

    North-West Nodaway was unable to hand Stanberry its first lost of the season as the Bulldogs proved their worth with an 86-30 win over the co-op.

    “They just overpowered us up front,” said North-West Nodaway Head Coach Andrew Webster. “I think the first time we played them they were not prepared for an offense like ours. This last time I thought they had a really good game plan.”

    Prepared for the

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    State quarterfinal loss ends Spoofhound win streak at 42

    The Maryville Spoofhounds were defeated by their own running game in a 23-69 loss at the hands at the Oak Grove Panthers November 14 in the Class 3 state quarterfinal game. Maryville’s own running game was stopped short as the Spoofhounds struggled to create opportunities and Brody McMahon’s first quarter injury affected him greatly throughout the remainder of the game.

    Oak Grove’s running game was focused on two key running backs with a third and fourth alternative. Much like

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    Returning state qualifiers, new coach, young talents make up Maryville wrestling

    New Maryville Wrestling Head Coach Connor Kellerstrass gets his wrestlers and coaches ready for drills during the November 18 practice in the Maryville High School multipurpose building. Two weeks into practices, the players have begun working on techniques in anticipation of their first match which is scheduled for December 13 in the Bedford/Lenox Tournament.

    Bearcats selected to 19th NCAA playoff

     The Northwest Missouri State University football team was seeded No. 5 in the 2014 NCAA Division II Super Region 3 bracket and will continue its title defense on Saturday, November 22, against No. 4 seed Minnesota-Duluth in Duluth, MN. Kickoff for the first round game is tentatively set for 1 pm.

    Tickets are only available through the Minnesota Duluth ticket office at UMDBulldogs.com or on game day at the stadium box office. Per NCAA policy, no complimentary tickets are allowed at NCAA Championship events.

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    Maryville’s season comes to a close at state quarterfinals

    Maryville Spoofhound Head Coach Matt Webb talks with his players after the team suffered their first loss in three years at the hands of Oak Grove November 14 in the state quarterfinals, 23-69. The loss ended Maryville’s overall streak to 42 consecutive wins over three years.

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    Northwest claims 26th MIAA title with win over Washburn

    The Northwest Bearcat football team surrounds the MIAA trophy after the team defeated Washburn 31-14 November 15 at Bearcat Stadium. The game was originally scheduled to be played at Arrowhead Stadium but the threat of inclement weather forced the game to Maryville.

    The win moves the Bearcats to 10-1 for a fifth seed in the 2014 NCAA Division II Super Region 3 bracket. Northwest will play No. 4 Minnesota-Duluth in Minnesota at 1 pm, November 22.

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