By Morgan Guyer Platte Valley Football will host South Holt in the quarterfinals of the 8-Man Class 1 District 4 Championship November 4 in Barnard. Platte Valley ended their season on a high, handing East Atchison their first loss of the season 30-16, and capturing their first ever 275-Conference title in Tarkio October 21. Platte
The Platte Valley Cross Country team competed at St. Joseph Christian October 22.
The Thunder had their season end after losing to Mound City 0-3 October 22 in Oregon. Sophomore Paige Hanson sets the ball into the air. Hanson had 1 ace, 13 digs and 7 assists for the Thunder.
By Morgan Guyer The Spoofhounds routed Lafayette 8-0 on October 20 at Bearcat Pitch to capture the MEC soccer title. The game started as many have this season for Maryville, with a goal from Kason Teale. The junior midfielder slotted home the opener just four minutes into the contest, and helped set the tone for
The NBA season is underway. This choropleth map is based on where the current 501 NBA roster players attended high school. Two areas in the eastern half of the U.S. (Mid-Atlantic urban core and rural midwestern states) standout as leading per capita producers of players. California leads in total production with 47 or almost 10%
The Platte Valley, North Nodaway and Nodaway Valley cross country teams all competed at the Conference 275 Championship in Maryville October 17. The Platte Valley girls team took home the team title. Freshman Mylie Holtman finished in 8th with a time of 23:42.6. Freshman Emalee Langford finished in 5th, with a time of 22:45.5. Senior
By Morgan Guyer The Spoofhounds soccer team routed St. Pius X for a 7-0 win at Bearcat Pitch October 13. It would be an understatement to say that Maryville has been dominant in the MEC this season. The Spoofhounds are now 10-4 overall on the season. Throughout the conference season, Maryville has scored 43 goals,
By Morgan Guyer Platte Valley Softball beat Northeast Nodaway 11-1 to claim the Class 1 District 16 title at Jefferson October 15. The game started close, as both teams were able to grab one run through two innings. That’s when Platte Valley flexed their muscles, scoring four in the top of the third inning, two
By Morgan Guyer Platte Valley Football moved to 7-1 on the season after beating Stewartsville 52-24 in Barnard October 14. Now the team looks forward to the regular season finale in Tarkio against the 8-0 East Atchison Wolves October 21. Head Coach Johnnie Silkett is happy with the win. “This was a great game for
By Kathryn Rice With the shortage of officials for high school football games, two long-time football officials, James Pederson and John Clayton, are mentoring their children, Brenden Pedersen and Deanna Clayton, both first year football referees. Claytons continue tradition John Clayton has officiated football games for 25 years. He’s worked four state championships and numerous