2016 Maryville Girls Softball Tournament lists winners

Posted July 25, 2016 at 1:00 pm

The consolation prize went to Hopkins. Team members are front: Saylor Brown, MaKayla Cross, Erin Cook, Jadon Dobbins, Kandace Damgar, Karissa Oberhauser, Alonna Cross; back: Shai Dailey, Emma Hart, Ashley Thompson, Kristin Herndon, Keagan O’Riley, Audrey Trimble. Coach: Corey Cross.


    2016 Maryville Girls Softball Tournament lists winners

    The Tri-C team won third place. Team members are front: Alexandria Downing, Claire Galbraith, Sierra Wiederholt, Chelsea Greer, Sarah Burke, Nathalie Lager; back: Shayli Mires, Jaclyn Pappert, Malia Collins, Sydnee Deen, Allie Wolf, Stephanie Turpin. Coaches were: Hannah Hill, Shelly Deen and Mary Collins.


    2016 Maryville Girls Softball Tournament lists winners

    Worth County earned second. The team consisted of front: Braidy Hunt, Jazmine Brooks, Cassie Brooks, Hannah Bevers, Anna Spainhower, Jillian Hardy; back: Morgan Beagle, Aivry Griffen, Mattie Taute, Olivia Kanak, Megan Cassavaugh. Coaches were: Amber Griffen, Kim Brooks and Sheila Hunt.


    2016 Maryville Girls Softball Tournament lists winners

    Stanberry took first place at the 2016 Girls 14U Softball Tournament, hosted by Maryville Parks and Recreation, at Donaldson Westside Park, June 20 to 24. Team members are front: Sadie Runde, Tarynn Mattson, Riley McQueen, Hannah White; back: Bailey Wallace, Katlyne Pappert, Lexi Craig, Kiley Mattson, Sami Cattlet. Coaches were: Shannon and Lisa Craig.


    Geography with Goudge

    A good example of a regional sport is water polo. There are 32 NCAA Division I teams that play women’s water polo. Most are located in California or on the east coast. Since 2001, when the NCAA Women’s Water Polo Championships were first held, only California schools have won a title. California produces more than two-thirds of the water polo players. Less than 15 percent are foreign players coming mostly from Canada, Australia and Spain.


    Geography with Goudge

    The 87th Annual Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star game was July 12 in San Diego, CA. This week’s map of MLB All-Star Players over the past 10 years, a total of 328 players, is based on where the players attended high school. States in the south and west are the leading per capita producers of all-stars. Eighty-four or 26 percent of all-stars are primarily from Latin America. California leads the states with 50 or 15 percent of all-stars. Florida with 34 is second, followed by the Dominican

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    NW Force completes summer

    season with 3rd place finish

    The NW Force finished the final summer season softball tournament with a third place finish in Blue Springs this past weekend. Playing in the ASA VIP Series, the NW Force had three wins, one tie and one loss in extra innings to finish third. Team members of the NW Force are front: Ella Schulte, Maryville; Delaney Wolf, Barnard; Carsen Burns, Maryville; Katryna Warren, Bolckow; Cassidy Brittain, Bolckow; back: coach Chris Burns, Maryville; Jaidyn McKinney,

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    MHS boys soccer prepares for fall session at camp

    Northwest Missouri State University held its seventh boys summer soccer camp July 11-14. There was a large turnout on the first day with students ranging from seventh grade to seniors in high school. The boys worked on skills, techniques and practice drills. Former Bearcat Aaron Ruff came from Iowa to help instruct the youth.

    “We are off to a great start. Aaron Ruff is putting them through the paces,” said Maryville High School head coach Stuart Collins.


    Sharks finalize season with awards picnic

     The Sharks swim team held its annual year-end awards program July 10 at the Maryville Aquatic Center.

    Top performers for the season are listed below.

    Eight and under girls: Meah Schommer, most valuable; Annika Dobson, sportsmanship; Sofia Lynn, most improved.

    Eight and under boys: AJ Dinsdale, most valuable; Will Sheil, sportsmanship; Jackson Dredge, most improved.

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    Trojanettes take first at World Series Tune-up

    The 14U Trojanette Meyer’s took part in the USSSA World Series Tune Up at Adair Park in Independence over the weekend of June 25, going undefeated and taking first place.

    In the opening pool game, the Trojanettes defeated the Brookfield Blues 6-1. Keagan O’Riley, Hopkins, was the winning pitcher, allowing only two hits over five innings of work. Makayla Cross, Hopkins, and Janessa Barmann, Platte City, each had two hits for the Trojanettes. Stephanie Carroll, Platte City, Tessa

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