Lions 64 Tigerss 40 Dakota Auffert, center, gets ready to snap the ball.
West Nodaway’s Homecoming queen was Paige Hagey, daughter of Ron and Angela Hagey, and king, Jacob Dow, son of Doug and Shelley Dow. The crownbearers were Braxton McGinness, son of Skyler and Jennifer McGinness, and Gracie Larabee, daughter of Nathan and Shayli Larabee.
Smith addressed the Musket football team in the locker room before the Homecoming game. Smith advised the players, “When you are out on the field, even if you miss your block or fumble the ball, the most important thing is to finish the game and finish well. Leave it all on the field and have
The Bearcat Volleyball team is off to an 11-0 start this season and is ranked in the Top 25 for the first time in history. The per capita production of Division II volleyball players is greatest in the Midwest, with Nebraska leading all states. Hawaii and Alaska are also leading producers. Wheeling Jesuit from West
Tigers 42 Wildkats 26
The Trojan varsity team lost to Mound City in two sets, 22-25 and 18-25. Stats: Sam Keith, four kills Rachel Farmer, five assists and three aces Breanna Day, two blocks Amanda Bohannon, six digs
Raiders 36 Longhorns 29
Maryville High School varsity golf team members Kylee Dougan, Laurelle Wickersham, Anna Swink, Jessica Sheil and Emily Long took first place in the Chillicothe Invitational tournament on September 15 with a team score of 387. The team played a tough course with water saturated ground and tall grass due to the 10 inches of rainfall
Northeast Nodaway’s Maggie Schmitz pitches against Stanberry on September 17 at the North Andrew Tournament, which was modified to two games per school due to weather. See more photos from Northeast Nodaway and North Nodaway softball in this week’s Nodaway News Leader.