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The winds of change are blowing for some local teams as the Missouri High School Activities Association recently announced class and district alignments for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons. Class assignments are based on...
New assignments released for high school basketball districts for 2015 & 2016
04/08/14
Multiple SCAA schools will have a different path to a district basketball title or the state final four next season. The Missouri High School Activities Association announced class and district alignments Saturday for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons...
Local athletes win awards at BA Sports Extravaganza
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 04/07/14
Note: A photo gallery of the event is available at this link: View Photos Here The 2014 BA Sports All-Star Extravaganza took place Saturday at the Bearcat Event Center in Dexter. Over 65 area schools competed in volleyball and basketball all-star games and skills competitions...
Mitchell leads all-region team
From staff reports ~ 04/04/14
The 2014 southeast Missouri all-region basketball teams were released Thursday evening, and the Bootheel is well-represented on the squad. Kennett's Kevonte Mitchell, Cortez Dobbins of Malden, Caruthersville's Darrell Monroe, Anthony Primer of South Pemiscot and Hayti's Frankie Burden were first-team selections for the boys, while Carrie Shephard of South Pemiscot was a first-teamer on the girls side...
Lady Tribe fires on all cylinders against Dexter
Mike Buhler -- Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 04/04/14
Every once in a while, a softball team just has one of those days where everything falls into place. Tuesday was one of those days for the Kennett Lady Indians. The Lady Tribe scored nine runs in the first two innings, giving pitcher Madison Pickens all the support that she would need in tossing a one-hit, 11-0 shutout of the Dexter Lady Bearcats at Indian Park...
Tri-County recognizes its top players
SEMO News Service ~ 03/18/14
Several Tri-County players also named Class 1 all-district
Risco senior Jordon Pavy was named the Tri-County Conference Player of the Year and was also the highest vote getter for the Class 1, District 1 all-district team. Those two selections add to Pavy's already stellar senior campaign. Before the season was over, he would finish his career as Risco's second-leading scorer of all-time. Pavy averaged 25.8 points, 7.8 rebounds, 4.8 assists and three steals a game for the 17-9 Tigers...
16 SCAA athletes selected to participate in B.A. Sports All-Star Extravaganza in Dexter April 5
By DUSTIN WARD - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 03/15/14
16 athletes from the SCAA Conference have been selected to participate in the B.A. Sports All-Star Extravaganza Apr. 5. The Bearcat Event Center will host the event. Eight SCAA volleyball players have been selected to participate in the event. The players are: Advance's Allie Below, Advance's Grayson Miles, Bernie's Tori Lowrey, Dexter's Ashley Brown, Puxico's Emily Merick, Woodland's Rachel Poole, Bernie's Jordan Ellenburg and Woodland's Josie Long...
Tri-County Conference and Class 1, District 1 teams released
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 03/13/14
Risco senior Jordon Pavy was named the Tri-County Conference Player of the Year and was also the highest vote getter for the Class 1, District 1 all-district team. Those two selections add to Pavy's already stellar senior campaign. Before the season was over, he would finish his career as Risco's second-leading scorer of all-time. Pavy averaged 25.8 points, 7.8 rebounds, 4.8 assists and three steals a game for the 17-9 Tigers...
Clarkton powers past North Pem
Mike Buhler -- Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 02/25/14
RISCO, Mo. -- There are only three words that matter at this time of the year on the hardwood: survive and advance. The Clarkton Reindeer epitomized that Monday, shaking off a slow start to take a 68-36 victory over the eighth-seeded North Pemiscot Mustangs at Roy Hon Gymnasium in the first round of the Class 1 District 1 Tournament...
Postseason arrives for area's smaller schools
Mike Buhler - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 02/22/14
Dustin Ferguson did not take too long to celebrate after his Clarkton Reindeer wrapped up the Tri-County Conference regular season title Wednesday night. Before the night was even over, Ferguson was watching film of the last meeting between his team and Risco, both of whom are the top seeds in the Class 1, District 1 Tournament that kicks off Monday at Risco...
Lady Tribe stops losing streak at New Madrid Co. Central
Mike Buhler -- Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 02/18/14
NEW MADRID, Mo. -- Mired in the midst of a six-game losing streak and shorthanded because of injuries, the Kennett Lady Indians needed a win -- and they got it. The Lady Tribe used a strong fourth quarter and a strong night at the free throw line to pull out a 65-52 win against the New Madrid County Central Lady Eagles here Monday night in a SEMO Conference contest...
Seedings released for district basketball tournaments
02/12/14
The seedings have been released for multiple district basketball tournaments Stoddard County schools are slated to compete in the final week of February. The Bernie Mules boys have received the No. 1 seed in Class 2, District 1, at Bloomfield. Bloomfield is seeded No. 7...
Chargers get past Cooter to make semis
Mike Buhler -- Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 02/11/14
GIDEON, Mo. -- Wes Richardson was worried his Delta C7 Chargers might be a little rusty after a 10-day layoff. He needn't have worried. The Chargers shook off any rust from that layoff with a strong performance in the first round of the Tri-County Conference Tournament, pulling away late for a 76-59 win over Cooter here Monday night...
Icy weather creates challenges for schools
Mike Buhler -- Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 02/05/14
It is an understatement to say that winter weather can play havoc with scheduling in high school sports. That point once again has been driven home this week, as two rounds of wintry precipitation have postponed or outright canceled sporting events throughout the Bootheel...
Chargers hit 10 treys to spoil Lions' homecoming
Mike Buhler - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 02/01/14
SENATH, Mo. -- When the Delta C7 Chargers weren't burning the Senath-Hornersville Lions with the 3-pointer, they were burning them inside with Kaleb Reeves. Delta C7 hit 10 treys against the Lions -- seven by Josh McCarter, who scored 27 points -- and got 24 points from Reeves to take a 75-58 win and spoil the Lions' homecoming here Friday night...

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