Sports

Geography with Goudge

FBS Players Map, 2020 “The FBS or Football Bowl Subdivision is now in full-swing and it consists of 130 teams.  Only three teams (UConn, New Mexico State and Old Dominion) have opted out this season.  This player production map, based on where the 15,125 FBS players attended high school, indicates a strong regional concentration in

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Spoofhound golfers advance to state

Three members of the Maryville Spoofhound Golf Team will continue their 2020 golf season by attending the state event in Smithville after their October 12 performance for districts at Mozingo Lake Golf Course. They are Lauren Padgitt, ninth and a score of 107; Cailyn Auffert, who place third with a score of 100; and Lauren

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Geography with Goudge

MLB Players Map, 2020 “The Major League Baseball playoffs are in full swing with the Division Series going on. The map displays, ‘The South’, dominating per capita production of elite baseball players along with higher values in western states. California alone, accounting for 135 or 22% of all players. The Dominican Republic with 82 is

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Heredia pursues Olympic dream

Brandon Heredia, son of Karen and Fernando Heredia, and grandson of Ann and Mel Gibson, all of Maryville, is training for the Olympic Trials in swimming. Heredia, who is a junior nutrition and exercise science major at Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, OK, started swimming at the age of 12 and became serious about the

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Maryville Cross Country traveled to Pella, IA

Several cross country runners from Maryville High School traveled to the Heartland Classic at Central College, Pella, IA The weather and course allowed the Spoofhounds great times. They are Jag Galapin, 17:40, third-best time ever; Garrett Dumke, 16:38.1, personal record; Cale Sterling, 17:47.7, second-best time ever and Jake Walker, 20:22.7, personal record.

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U.S. Open Players Map, 2020

“The 140th edition of the United States Open Tennis Championships were concluded this past weekend in Queens, New York. 54 American players started the two-week Grand Slam tournament in singles competition. This map displays the hometowns of the tennis players from the United States (22 Men and 32 Women) who participated.  California accounts for 16 of

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