Sports

Spoofhound soccer completes comeback

The Maryville Girls Soccer Team defeated Harrisonville 3-2 on April 25 at Bearcat Pitch. The Spoofhounds fell behind 0-1 early in the first half, but were able to clinch a victory after Junior Jalea Price scored the winning goal late in the game.

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Geography with Goudge

College Bowling, Per Capita – 2024 The per capita production of women collegiate bowlers by hometown is a good example of a regional sport.  In this case, it is the Midwest and Northeast that dominate. Illinois ranks first, followed by New Jersey, New York, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Ohio in per capita bowler production. There are

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Northwest introduces 21st men’s basketball coach

Matt Keeley, the newest coach to join the Bearcat Athletic Department, was introduced at a press conference on April 24 in Lamkin Activity Center. Keeley, a native of Great Bend, KS, has been the coach of Ottawa University Arizona for the past seven seasons.

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Local teams compete in Tarkio

Nodaway Valley, North Nodaway and Platte Valley Track Teams participated at the Indian Relays on April 19 in Tarkio. Photos and Prep Scoreboard can be found on Page 16 of this week’s NNL.

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Jermain announces retirement after over 30 years of coaching

By Morgan Guyer Tim Jermain has written his name in Missouri High School Basketball lore over his 34 year coaching career. He now will look back on those years fondly as he enters the next stage. Jermain spent 24 of those years coaching at Jefferson High School, with the last five at Platte Valley. For

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Geography with Goudge

Marathons by State, Per Capita-2024 The oldest continually operating marathon is the Boston Marathon.  The 128th running of the Boston Marathon took place on Monday, April 15th.  This map of the 1,049 marathons by state, scheduled in the U.S. for 2024, is divided by the population. The resulting distribution indicates climate plays a role. The upper

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