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- MISSOURIAN ROUNDUP: Saxony Lutheran volleyball team topples Notre Dame
- Sikeston edges Marion 2-1 for fourth-straight win
- WEEK 7 MISSOURIAN FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Perryville welcomes Ste. Genevieve to town
- Jackson, Central football renew gridiron rivalry tonight
- SD ROUNDUP: Sikeston tennis season ends, Oran volleyball halts streak
- Cooter beats Holcomb 7-3 in Tri-County baseball championship
- Kennett wins medals at individual girls tennis district
- Kennett volleyball teams net Holcomb, Kennett M.S. football team downs Dexter
- JUMP TIME AGAIN: Kennett wins 10th straight district title in girls tennis
- SD: Prep Football Glance -- Week 7 matchups, district and conference standings
- Sikeston will be looking for answers on offense when hosting Poplar Bluff
- SD ROUNDUP: Menz gets hat trick for Sikeston soccer, volleyball streak ends
MISSOURIAN ROUNDUP: Notre Dame softball team collects road victories over Perryville, Jackson (9/29/16)All the local high school events reported Wednesday to the Southeast Missourian.
MISSOURIAN ROUNDUP: Notre Dame girls tennis team reaches district title match (9/28/16)The second-seeded Notre Dame girls tennis team downed third-seeded Dexter 5-1 and advanced to the Class 1 District 1 Tournament championship Tuesday. Notre Dame (11-3), which only dropped one doubles match to the Bearcats, will face top-seeded Kennett (9-1) for the title today. The Indians have defeated the Bulldogs twice in regular-season play...
Three runs in the seventh gives Sikeston walk-off win over East Carter (9/28/16)"There was no quit. I told them that it wasn't over. We could get three runs. We had the top of the lineup going and I knew we could get some baserunners on. We could do three runs."
- Southeast Missouri State football coach Tom Matukewicz sees front seven lining up nicelyIt took a little bit of fine-tuning, but Southeast Missouri State football coach Tom Matukewicz likes what he’s seen so far from his front seven on defense. The Redhawks had eight players combine for 11 tackles for loss in last week’s 17-16 win over Murray State, as seven of those players were either linebackers or defensive linemen...
Southeast Missouri State women's soccer team suffers first Ohio Valley Conference loss of the seasonThe Southeast Missouri State women's soccer team dropped its first Ohio Valley Conference game of the season in a 2-0 loss against SIU Edwardsville on Sunday in Edwardsville, Illinois. The Redhawks were outshot 10-9. They finished with three shots on goal, while the Cougars had six...
Missouri football mutilates overmatched Delaware St., 79-0COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri shattered its school scoring record Saturday, dismantling Delaware State 79-0. The previous record of 69 points had occurred three times, most recently on Sept. 17, 2011, when the Tigers shut out Western Illinois. "There's a lot of smiles out there," Missouri coach Barry Odom said. "I think we cleared the roster today and played everybody that is not a redshirt candidate at this time, so I was excited for those guys."...
Southeast Missouri State football team rallies past Murray State in dramatic OVC openerMURRAY, Ky. -- Behind a stagnant offense that had produced only one touchdown, the Southeast Missouri State football team looked like it was about to let another close game fall from its grasp. But with one final chance, the Redhawks did just enough to get the job done...
Community sports brief (9/29/16)Bill Fadler of Jackson recored his fourth career hole-in-one Wednesday at Kimbeland Country Club. Fadler used a pitching wedge to ace No. 12, a par 3 playing 90 yards. Witnesses were Jim Griffin, Norris Johnson and Ronn Unterreiner. The foursome of Zack Green, Eric Bowen, Quintin Kelly and Steve Thweatt shot a tournament-low 54 to win the afternoon Championship flight at the Notre Dame four-person scramble Monday at Dalhousie Golf Club...
Community sports briefs (9/27/16)Buddy Allen won Dalhousie Golf Club's men's championship, while Dee Johnson repeated as the women's champion Sunday. Allen finished with a three-day total of 229, shooting a 2-under-par 70 in the final round to finish 16 shots ahead of Drew Denton. Allen also had rounds of 81 and 70...
Community sports briefs (9/18/16)Charlie Vickrey of Jackson recently carded his scecond career hole-in-one at Bent Creek Golf Course. Vickery used a driver to ace No. 6, a par 3 playing 160 yards. Tom Ressel and Dick Schuessler witnessed the shot. Don Call of Cape Girardeau carded his second career hole-in-one Thursday at Kimbeland Country Club...
Community sports briefs (9/11/16)Troy Bell and Taryn Overstreet shot a 65 to place first in the Parent-Junior Scramble on Sunday at Dalhousie Golf Club. Neil Miles and Carson Miles placed second at 68, while Ray Silliman and Carsen Silliman took third at 70. In the nine-hole competition, Jim Childress and Sonnie Childress won with a 33. Jeff Maurer and Grayson Maurer were two shots back in second with a 35, while Lewis Bock and Grace Sanders finished third with a 37...
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Cards edge Cincy in wild finish at Busch Stadium (9/30/16)ST. LOUIS -- Yadier Molina hit a disputed double that drove in the winning run with two outs in the ninth inning Thursday night, sending the St. Louis Cardinals over the Cincinnati Reds 4-3. The Cardinals began the day one game behind San Francisco for the second NL wild-card spot...
Reds inflict more damage on Cardinals' wild-card hopes (9/29/16)ST. LOUIS -- Mike Matheny managed with a playoff intensity. His offense didn't respond. "It's baseball, you're going to have times when you just don't get it done," Matheny said after his St. Louis Cardinals fell 2-1 to the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night. "Tonight was one of those times guys make good pitches in big situations and we couldn't finish it off."...
Grieving Diaz belts grand slam in Cardinals' 12-5 win over Reds (9/28/16)ST. LOUIS -- Playing with a heavy heart, Aledmys Diaz hit his first career grand slam and the St. Louis Cardinals finished with five home runs Tuesday night in a 12-5 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. St. Louis kept pace in a tight race for the two NL wild cards, with a chance to gain some ground pending San Francisco's late game against Colorado...
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