The Northwest Missouri State University football team will host Ferris State on Saturday, December 10 at Bearcat Stadium in Maryville. The game will be the ninth home semifinal for the Bearcats and the 11th appearance all-time. Ferris State defeated Grand Valley State, 47-32. It will be the first all-time meeting between the two programs. Kickoff
As November comes to a close, the college basketball season is in full swing. November 9-16 was the early signing period for recruits from the class of 2017. Eighty-five out of the top 100 high school players have made commitments, primarily to perennial contenders like Arizona, Kentucky, Duke and UCLA. This small sample indicates the
Football Maryville 18 Monett 27 November 26 at Springfield Top Spoofhound performers: Trey Oglesby was 6-17 passing for 120 yards and two TDs; John Zimmerman had two receptions for 57 yards and a TD and four carries for 26 yards; Eli Dowis had four carries for 13 yards and a TD and one reception for
The Northwest Missouri State University Bearcat football team defeated the Emporia State University Hornets 44-13 on November 26. The Thanksgiving weekend crowd numbered 5,119 and witnessed the Bearcats 27th straight win. The Bearcats take on Harding University, Arkansas, on Saturday, December 3 at Bearcat Stadium. The Harding Bison are 13-0 on the season.
Tickets for this Saturday’s Northwest Missouri State University NCAA Quarterfinal football game against Harding will go on sale beginning on Sunday, Nov. 27, at 5:30 p.m. online here: http://nwmissouri.universitytickets.com/user_pages/event_listings.asp You can also purchase tickets in person at the Student Services Center now located in Cashiering in the Administration Building beginning on Monday, Nov. 28, starting at
The Maryville Spoofhounds fell to the Monett Cubs, 18-27, in the Class 3 Missouri State Championship football game November 26 at Plaster Stadium in Springfield. The Spoofhounds finished the season with a record of 14-1. Read our Storify story here and check out more in our 12/1 print edition: https://storify.com/NodawayNews/maryville-falls-to-monett-in-state-championship Save
Mallory McConkey, South Nodaway High School senior, signed her National Letter of Intent on November 9 to play basketball at Northwest Missouri State University. Surrounded by her family, Matthew, William, Marissa and Benjamin Curran, dad, Warren McConkey, Mallory, mother, Julie and sister Meaghan, Mallory made it official that she will be attending Northwest.
By Brent Johnson In what turned into a defensive battle, the Maryville defense made the necessary plays to send the team to the state semifinal. The Spoofhounds (13-0) forced three turnovers in the second half to hand Kansas City Center (12-1) its first loss of the season, giving Maryville a match-up with Miller Career Academy, St. Louis,
The Northwest Missouri State University Bearcat football team is the MIAA regular season champion after its win on November 12. The final score was 44-3 against the MoWest Griffins. Quarterback Kyle Zimmerman scrambles to the sideline as he puts additional yards on the board. Zimmerman was 18 of 30 for 246 yards and two touchdowns.
On November 4, West Nodaway students supported Weston Carter and his coach, Colton Blay, as they ran a lap around the school during a pep rally sending them to state. Carter placed 121st at state in cross country. “I am very excited. It has been my goal since I was a freshman to make state,”