By Morgan Guyer Maryville and Savannah met at the Hound Pound on October 13 with 6-1 records, and some MEC title implications, and it was Maryville that came away with the 39-20 win. Maryville started the game on fire, scoring on the first four possessions of the game, and eventually taking a 25-0 lead into
High School Boys Soccer Participation, 2023 Maryville Boys Soccer is having an outstanding season. They are currently 12-1 heading into this week’s game. There are 450,455 boys high school soccer players and over 12,484 programs spread throughout the United States. California and Texas, the two most populous states account for 99,467 or 22% of all
The Maryville Spoofhound Volleyball Team fell in three sets to St. Pius X October 10 in Maryville. The team will now head towards postseason play, and will travel to Cameron to face off against Chillicothe for the first round of districts October 17.
Bearcat sophomore running back Jay Harris rushed for 274 yards and four touchdowns in leading the Northwest Missouri State University football team to a 34-21 victory over the. University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos at Bearcat Stadium. Harris tied for the fifth-highest single game rushing total in program history as he carried the ball 22 times
The Maryville Spoofhound Girls Golf team finished in second place as a team shooting 327, and had all five golfers finish in the top nine. The five golfers will compete at the State Tournament in Joplin on October 16-17.
By Morgan Guyer The Maryville Spoofhound Softball Team fell to North Platte 0-3 in Maryville on October 2. It was a classic pitchers duel when Maryville met North Platte. The game ended with just six total hits, as both mounds came ready to play. North Platte was eventually able to take the lead in the
North Nodaway, Nodaway Valley and Maryville had runners compete in the Shenandoah, IA cross country meet on September 28. Additional photos can be found on Page 15 of this week’s NNL.
Major League Players, 2023 The Major League Baseball playoffs are in full swing with the Wild Card Division Series going on. The map displays the West dominating per capita production of elite baseball players along with higher values in Southern states. California alone, accounting for 132 or nearly 16% of all of the 840
The Worth County Tigers took down the Stanberry Bulldogs on September 29 in Grant City with the help of some Northeast Nodaway players. Additional photos on Page 15 of this week’s NNL.
By Morgan Guyer It was a tale of two games, as Platte Valley fell to South Holt 22-77 in Barnard on September 29, while Nodaway Valley won a close battle 24-18 against Rock Port. Platte Valley Platte Valley and South Holt met in a battle of 5-0 teams, in one of the most highly anticipated