College Football Playoff Champions, 1998-2019 “The 2020 major college football (FBS) season championship game between Alabama and Ohio State was played Monday, January 11th with Alabama winning 52-24. This week’s proportional symbol map displays the National Champions since the various poll ranking ‘mythical’ champions were replaced with a Bowl Championship Series from 1998-2013 and the
“This week’s major college football map features players by hometowns from the 12 teams that play in the New Year’s Six (NY6) Bowl games. This group includes the Cotton, Fiesta, Orange, Peach, Rose and Sugar Bowls representing college teams from 11 different states. The leading states include Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Ohio and South Carolina. States
The Spoofhound Youth Wrestling program recently received a $1,500 donation from Craig Powell, a Maryville High School wrestling alumni. There are 58 athletes signed up, with kindergarten through second grade meeting on Tuesday nights and third through sixth grade on Thursday nights at the Maryville Community Center. The program is seeking donations to help
Super 25 Prep Football Rankings. “The USA Today compiles a weekly ranking of the top high school football teams across the nation. This week’s proportional symbol map displays IMG Academy, Florida with the largest football and #25 Tompkins HS of Katy, TX with the smallest football. Five teams each from Florida and Texas are represented
Boys Basketball: West Nodaway 66 – Mound City 89 Girls Basketball: West Nodaway 42 – Mound City 38
More photos of the seniors in our 12.23 edition.
The Northwest Missouri State University women’s and men’s basketball teams will not compete this week in scheduled doubleheaders at Missouri Southern and Pittsburg State as a result of COVID-19 protocols. Northwest and Pittsburg State will make up the postponed doubleheader January 2, 2021, in Pittsburg, KS. The start time is set for 1:30 pm and
The Northeast Nodaway boys beat East Harrison Bobcats, 64-34.
Shaina Culp, senior, scores two on a breakaway layup during the Worth County game on December 11. Nodaway-Holt lost to Worth County, 35-43
Senior captains, Trey Houchin and Connor Weiss, along with senior Ben Walker heft the second place trophy into the air.