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Maryville tennis team edges out Lafayette April 21

Posted April 27, 2015 at 1:00 pm

Running up on the ball, Hagen Snow returns a serve against his singles opponent.

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    Five home runs help boost Bluejays over Mustangs

    The winning pitcher for Northeast Nodaway was Andrew Freemyer who pitched five strikeouts and gave up just two hits in his five innings of the Bluejays’ 12-2 win over North Nodaway April 22 at Ravenwood.

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    Geography with Goudge

    The Florida Gators captured their third straight NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship this past weekend edging out Utah, Oklahoma, Alabama and Stanford. The per capita production of women’s collegiate gymnasts by high school has little of the regional concentration that so many sports have displayed. There are 62 Division I women’s gymnastics programs involving 1,022 gymnasts. The state of Utah leads in per capita production followed by Maryland, Nevada, Illinois and Minnesota.

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    Area track teams brave cold at Stanberry Invite

    Jefferson/South Nodaway runner Mallory McConkey hands off the baton to teammate Carmen Cabanas in the 3200-meter relay event. The team, also made up of Mallory McConkey and Marissa Wiederholt, placed second overall with a time of 11:03.72.

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    Maryville shuts out Benton 19-0

    Taking a shot on Benton’s keeper, Mollie Holtman would settle the deflection for one of her six goals in the 19-0 win for Maryville April 14 at Maryville High School.

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