Dan Collins, Platte Valley head football coach, is hosting a flag football clinic for South Nodaway and Jefferson fourth to sixth grade students. Participants will spend two evenings learning offensive and defensive plays and will scrimmage during half time at the PV vs. Stewartsville game on Friday, October 7.
Maryville High School Spoofhound football defenders swarm the Smithville Warriors quarterback and win Homecoming 39-0. Smithville was unable to capitalize on 11 Hound penalties in the first half, one of which called back a touchdown in the final seconds. See more in this week’s Nodaway News Leader.
More than 15,500 Bearcat enthusiasts traveled to Kansas City on October 1 to watch their team play the University of Central Missouri Mules. The undefeated Northwest Missouri State ‘Cats won 42-17.
Spartans 66 Cardinals 14 Photos by Wendy Ottman
The Maryville High School boys soccer team won the September 27 game against Benton 10-1.
The Maryville High School Spoofhound Football team continued its winning streak with a 48-6 victory over the Benton Cardinals on September 23. Quarterback Trey Oglesby gets the touch down on a keeper.
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.