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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.
The FBS or Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly Division 1A, consists of 128 teams that have been known as Major College through the years. This player production map, based on where the players attended high school, indicates a strong regional concentration in the Deep South. This area forms the core or footprint of the SEC, that
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The Platte Valley Eagles came away from the Cameron Tournament on September 3 with a first place finish in the silver bracket after they defeated Richmond 10-3, lost to Savannah 2-7, defeated DeKalb 5-3, and defeated Lawson 3-1. The team includes: front, Katelyn Kramer, Ashley Riley, Elizabeth Turpin, Mikayla Mattson, Stephanie Chor, Kaylin LaMaster, Josie
Because the Maryville High School golf team has been focusing on putting and chipping, it saw better scores at the Central Invitational Moila Country Club tournament. Team members shown are Emily Long, who tied for 23rd place with a score of 99, Jessica Sheil, who tied for 25th place with a score of 100, Anna
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North-West Nodaway Quarterback Korbin Koch runs with a keeper as Platte Valley’s Jordan Murphy gives chase. The NWN football team ended the night with a 36-26 win during the North Nodaway Homecoming Celebration.
By Dustin Henggeler The Nodaway-Holt Trojans volleyball team put away a clean-sheet victory August 30 against the West Nodaway Rockets in their 2-0 win in Graham. In game one, aces produced by Amanda Bohannon, who finished with nine for the night, allowed Nodaway-Holt to take a 7-0 lead to start set one. The Trojans never