College Signings (Submitted and Original)
Beck to play golf at Mineral Area
After three trips to the MSHSAA State Golf Championships during his high school career, Aaron Beck wanted to find a college that was an ideal fit for him. It is safe to say that succeeded. Beck recently signed a letter of intent to play collegiate golf next season at Mineral Area College near Park Hills. The Cardinals compete in Division II of the National Junior College Athletic Association...
Cape Central's Jamal Cox signs letter of intent with Lamar State College
Jamal Cox's basketball skills will pay off next year when he enrolls for classes at Lamar State College on a basketball scholarship! During his time at Cape Central High School, he received over 1,340 career points, 9.1 rebounds per game, and 19.7 points per game...
Campbell to play two sports at Harris-Stowe State
Alisha Campbell has been an integral part of the recent success of South Pemiscot Lady Bulldogs athletics, especially when it comes to volleyball and girls basketball. Therefore it should be no surprise that Campbell will play both sports at Harris-Stowe State College in St. Louis this fall. Campbell recently signed her letter of intent to play at the college...
Holcomb standout Houart to play baseball for Three Rivers
Choosing to play collegiate baseball at Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff was not a hard choice for Holcomb High School senior Dustin Houart. It then should come as no surprise that Houart recently signed with Three Rivers to continue his baseball career there next season...
White signs at Mineral Area
Blake White's journey from South Pemiscot High School to Mineral Area College began with some friends of his. "A couple of my friends have signed there just recently -- two from Bernie (Josh Stevens and Brad Freed) and one from Neelyville (Brett Luna)," White said. "Brett Luna really influenced me into going to MAC because he told me that he was going to sign there and walk on. I had nobody at the time, so I contacted MAC and as soon as I contacted them, they emailed me right back."...
Mitchell to play baseball at SEMO
From the time that he got the game-winning hit in the district championship game in 2011, Kevonte Mitchell has established himself as a one-of-a-kind high school baseball player. Mitchell now plans to take his game to the next level, having signed a letter of intent on Monday to play college baseball for Southeast Missouri State University next season...
Arkansas State 'best of both worlds' for Washburn
Arkansas State University is a natural fit for Kelsey Washburn for many reasons, so it should come as no surprise that the Kennett High School standout recently signed a letter of intent to play college softball for the Jonesboro, Ark. university. The school is close to home for Washburn -- approximately one hour away from Kennett -- plus her older sister is a student there and the softball team is in the process of making the transition from being a club team to a full-fledged Division I program.. ...
South Pemiscot's Carter to play baseball at Three Rivers
Logan Carter did not have a hard time making the choice to play college baseball at Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff next year. "My brother went there for two years and he recommended," Carter said. "It has a good reputation and it's a good school. It seemed like the best fit for me, plus my good friend (and Kennett native) Tyson Campbell is playing baseball there."...
Cape Central's Ethan Groshong signs letter of intent with Missouri Baptist Unive
Ethan Groshong's soccer skills will pay off next year when he enrolls for classes at Missouri Baptist University on a soccer scholarship! During his time at Cape Central High School, he started all 4 years. Additional honors include: All-District Honors, All-Conference Honors, and All-Region Honorable Mention...
Green signs with Missouri S&T
Green signs with Missouri S & T Trenton Green, a senior at Perryville High School, has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Missouri University of Science and Technology at Rolla beginning in the fall of 2014. Trenton is pictured (front, center) with his parents Tim and Terri Green of Perryville. Back - Matt Whiteside of All Star Performance, PHS Baseball Coach Don O'Keefe, and Mark Gallion of All Star Performance, where Trent trains...
Green signs with Missouri S&T
Trent Green, a senior at Perryville High School, has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Missouri University of Science and Technology at Rolla beginning in the fall of 2014. Trent is pictured (front, center) with his parents Tim and Terri Green of Perryville. Back - Matt Whiteside of All Star Performance, PHS Baseball Coach Don O'Keefe, and Mark Gallion of All Star Performance, where Trent trains...
Submitted Photo: Travon Ranson signs letter of intent for Murray State Community College
Travon Ranson from Cape Central High School signed his letter of intent to play basketball for Murray State Community College in Oklahoma.
Bell City's Yates to play college baseball
Jerad Yates, 2013 graduate of Bell City High School, recently signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Crowley Ridge College in Paragould, Ark. "Jerad brings several abilities to our program. He is a pitcher and we can always use good pitching. ...
Dustin and Kamryn Johnson sign with Central Methodist University
The former Scott County Central students and Dora High School graduates will play baseball at CMU.
Submitted photo: Scott City's Dirnberger signs to play baseball
Dirnberger, who batted .506 during his senior season, will continue his career at Meramec Community College.
Submitted Photo: Jaylen Porter signs with Culver-Stockton College
Front Row: Lessie Porter, Jaylen Porter, Jerry Porter
Back Row: Coach Frank Staple, Superintendent Al McFerren
Submitted photo: Scott City's Brock signs to play basketball
Ryan Brock will continue his career at Central Methodist University.
Submitted Photo: Scott City's Ryan Fortner signs letter of intent
Ryan Fortner was a four year starter at Scott City High School. His Senior season he batted .513 (39/76) with a school record 16 doubles. He also compiled 32 RBI with a .680 on base percentage. Scott City Standout Ryan Fortner signs his letter of intent to play baseball next year at Meramec Community College...
Gross signs with Missouri Valley
email@example.com MARSHALL -- He's not recognized as an imposing football figure. His height alone doesn't drum up thoughts about a player who has been a cog in the area's leading defensive machine the past three seasons, but Kyland Gross hangs his hat on his willingness to work...
Kelly's Standout Signs with Webster University
Kelly's own Alan Lowe signs with Webster University in Webster Groves Missouri. Alan"s season was going amazing till sectional week when a injury occurred. Not making it to state in the 1600 but continuing in the 3200m relay was a dream for Alan. When asked what he liked bout Webster University he replied " it honestly feels like home, everyone's really nice to me and the teachers and coaches are awesome, I'm really excited bout academically and athletically achievements that are to come from there ". ...
Submitted Photo: Central's Nick Barnes signs letter of intent
Cape Central Soccer Ace Nick Barnes signs letter of intent to play for Missouri Baptist! "We are very proud of Nick and what he was able to accomplish throughout his high school career," said CHS Head Soccer Coach Dan Martin, as Nick Barnes signed his letter of intent to play for Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis. "We wish him the best of luck at the next level. He will be a great asset to Missouri Baptist."...
CHS's Tyler Anderson to attend Union University
Cape Central High School's Tyler Anderson, a 3-year varsity soccer starter, is pictured above signing a letter of intent to attend Union University, in Jackson, TN, on a soccer scholarship. Seated with him are his parents, Erica and Brian Anderson. Standing at left is CHS Head Soccer Coach Dan Martin, and at right, CHS Athletic Director Lance Tollison...
Chelsea Vinson will attend Three Rivers College
Pictured signing her letter of intent to attend Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff on a basketball scholarship is Cape Central High School Senior Chelsea Vinson. Seated with her are her parents, Joy and Dennis Vinson. Standing, from the left, are AAU Travelling Coach Chuck Williams; Chelsea's brother, Dennis Vinson II; Chelsea's sister, Crystal Vinson; CHS Head Girls' Basketball Coach Sherri Shirrell and Three Rivers Head Women's Coach Jeff Walk...
Cape Central's Katie Williams signs letter
Katie Williams' volleyball skills will pay off next year when she enrolls for classes at Webster University on a volleyball scholarship! During the 67 games she played in her senior year at Cape Central High School, she accrued 30 matches, 149 kills, 2.22 kills per Game, 39 hitting errors, and 344 total hitting attempts. ...
Submitted Photo: Kennett's Devante Chapman signs with Missouri Baptist
Devante Chapman from Kennett signs letter of intent to play football with Missouri Baptist.
Submitted Photo: Chelsea Vinson signs letter of intent with TRCC
First row: Joy Vinson-Mother, Chelsea Vinson, Dennis Vinson-Father
Second row: Chuck Williams-AAU Coach, Dennis Vinson II-Brother, Crystal Vinson-Sister, Sherri Shirell-CHS Head Coach, Jeff Walk-Three Rivers College- Head Coach
Submitted Photo: Tyler Anderson signs with Union University
Tyler Anderson signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Division II Union University in Jackson, TN. He will be attending the pharmacy program in addition to playing soccer. Tyler was a Senior Captain on the Central team that lost in the District title game this past season. He was an All-Conference selection...
Portageville's Daniel Allen signs with Central Methodist
firstname.lastname@example.org PORTAGEVILLE -- After leading the Portageville Bulldogs to a massive turnaround in his senior season, running back Daniel Allen has chosen to continue playing at the next level. This past week, Allen signed his letter of intent to play football at Central Methodist University...
Ruffin picks SWIC
email@example.com SIKESTON -- The winningest guard in Sikeston basketball history is headed to the next level. Sikeston senior Vashawn Ruffin recently signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Southwestern Illinois College in Belleville, Ill...
Submitted Photo: Austin Hatchel signs with Crowley's Ridge College
Austin Hatchel, senior at Bernie High School, has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Crowley's Ridge College in Paragould, Arkansas.
Redhawks land Harris
firstname.lastname@example.org DEXTER -- The most prolific scorer in the history of Dexter girls' basketball has found a new home just a short trip down the road from the Bearcat Event Center. On Wednesday in front of family and longtime coaches, Dexter senior Brittany Harris signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Southeast Missouri State University...
Submitted Story: Richard Forshee Signs With Crowley's Ridge College
April 16, 2013 - Richard Forshee 6'11" Senior from Richland signs a Letter of Intent to play basketball with Coach Perkins from Crowley's Ridge College in Paragould.
Submitted Photo: Danielle Daume Signs with UMSL for Basketball
Danielle Daume, senior at Jackson High School, will be playing for the UMSL Tritons Basketball team next year. The 5'7" point guard helped lead the Jackson Indians to two straight Class 5 District 1 Championships. She was named all-district, all-conference, all-region and academic all-state. She is also a 4-year letter winner in soccer and was named all region defensive player of the year and all-state as a junior. She is planning to major in biology and eventually enter the medical field...
Submitted Photo: Miranda Fowler signs with Murray State
Notre Dame Regional High School senior Miranda Fowler signed to play volleyball at Murray State University on April 17, 2013.
Tom Fowler, Miranda Fowler, Lori Fowler, Coach Tara Stroup, and Coach Paul Hale.
Sikeston's Greer to play volleyball at Southwestern Illinois College
email@example.com SIKESTON -- She set records with the Sikeston Lady Bulldogs and now, Trenice Greer will be taking her powerful arm and volleyball skills to the next level. Greer recently signed a letter of intent to play volleyball for Southwestern Illinois College in Belleville, Ill...
Childress, McGloson both sign with Lewis and Clark
firstname.lastname@example.org NEW MADRID -- When New Madrid County Central fell in the Class 3, District 1 Championship game this past season it would have been fair to presume star seniors Benesha Childress and Karen McGloson had played their last game together...
email@example.com POPLAR BLUFF -- It's a load off Alex Heuring's mind. Going into a new season -- his final one -- the Oran catcher has sured up his college destination, limiting the pressures of having to perform in front of college scouts and can focus solely on his senior campaign...
Aimie Simmers Signs Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Jefferson College
Aimie Simmers signs her letter of intent to continue on to the next level on March 7, 2013 with Jefferson College. Pictured from left to right: (front row) Sharon Simmers, Aimie Simmers, and Gary Simmers. (Back row) Coach Dana Below, Coach Aida Steiger, and Athletic Director Andrew Halford...
Submitted Photo: Myriah Bernard signs to play track and volleyball at William Jewell
Myriah Bernard of Notre Dame signs to play Track and Volleyball for William Jewell College in KC, MO. Sitting: Juan Bernard, Myriah Bernard, and Barbara Bernard Standing: Coach Davis (Track and Field), Coach Hale (AD), Coach Brookins, and Coach Unterreiner (Track and Field)...
Submitted Photo: Travis Phillips signs to play football at Lindenwood Bellville
Travis Phillips signing his letter of intent to play football at Lindenwood Bellville. Front Row Left to Right: Donnie Phillips, Travis Phillips, Linda Phillips Back Row Left to Right: Ronnie Phillips, Coach Jim May (Scott City), Coach Jeff Fisher (Lindenwood)...
Hampton signs with East Central to play soccer
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- There are few who have made a bigger splash in one year than Sikeston's Josh Hampton. Although he knew the trade, Hampton set records and made a name for himself in just one season in goal for the varsity Bulldogs which led to his move to the next level...
Submitted Photo: Baylee Taylor sings with Crowley's Ridge College
Baylee Taylor, a Senior at Richland High School, signed her Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Crowley's Ridge College. Head Coach Cindy Henry, along with Principal Cindy Rhodes, Superintendent Frank Killian and Baylee's parents, John and Lisa Taylor, were in attendance to witness her sign. Lisa Taylor is also the head volleyball coach for the Richland Rebels...
Submitted Photo: Paige Mays signs with Mineral Area
Bernie senior Paige Mays signs letter of intent to play volleyball at Mineral Area College.
Vinyard signs with Shawnee softball
email@example.com ULLIN, Ill., -- There was a time in her life that Sydney Vinyard wasn't even going to play softball. Her sister, a triple and the desire to return to the field changed all that. Vinyard recently signed a letter of intent to play softball for Shawnee Community College in Ullin, Ill...
NMCC's Hewitt signs with Crowley's Ridge
NEW MADRID -- New Madrid County Central High School senior Hunter Hewitt signed a letter of intent with the Crowley's Ridge College volleyball team of Paragould, Ark., Tuesday. CRC head coach Cindy Henry said she expects that the middle hitter can make a big impact for the Lady Pioneers...
Submitted Photo: Scott City's Alexis Spriggs signs with Webster University
Alexis Spriggs signs with Webster University to play softball. Front row from left to right: her mother Jill Spriggs, Alexis, and her father David Spriggs. Back row: Amy Pobst, head softball coach at Scott City, and Kerry Thompson, AD at Scott City...
Tigart signs with Webster University
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- One of the area's top pitchers and Sikeston's go-to arm is headed to Webster University. Sikeston senior Trey Tigart recently inked his name on a letter of intent to play baseball for the Gorlocks in St. Louis...
email@example.com SIKESTON -- It's only fitting that Tyler Anderson and Drew Harper share this moment like they have countless others. Although the papers have already been signed and delivered, the Sikeston baseball standouts made their decision on where they will each play baseball public Tuesday at the Sikeston Field House...
Dexter's Young signs with Tennessee-Martin
firstname.lastname@example.org DEXTER -- Four months before his senior season even begins, Dexter standout Chase Young has decided where he wants to play his college baseball. With his friends and family gathered at the Bearcats Event Center Wednesday afternoon, Young signed his letter of intent to play baseball at the University of Tennessee-Martin...
Atlanta Braves draft Kennett pitcher Adam Grantham
KENNETT, Mo. - Kennett pitcher Adam Grantham wasn't shocked when he received a phone call from an Atlanta Braves scout Wednesday afternoon informing him he had been selected in the 2012 Major League Baseball draft. "I knew there was some rumblings about me being drafted," Grantham said, when asked if he expected the call. "I knew it was a possibility, but at the same time I didn't know for sure...
Sikeston's Robinson to wrestle at Lindenwood-Belleville
email@example.com SIKESTON -- When looking for a college where he could continue his wrestling career Sikeston senior Kenton Robinson spent a lot of time trying to figure out where he would be most comfortable. After weighing all his options, Robinson decided to join teammate and friend Blake Angle in signing a letter of intent to wrestle at Lindenwood-Belleville University...
Submitted Photo: Perryville's Terry Davis signs with Missouri Baptist University
Terry Davis, a senior at Perryville High School, has accepted a scholarship to run track for Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis.
Kennett's Audrey Wynne signs to play basketball at Dyersburg State
KENNETT, Mo. -- Kennett senior standout center Audrey Wynne will continue her playing career at Dyersburg State Community College next season. Wynne signed her national letter of intent to play girls basketball at the Tennessee community college in April and met with school officials for a signing photo Monday morning at Kennett High School...
Scott City's Hogan signs with Miami Dade
firstname.lastname@example.org SCOTT CITY -- When Scott City senior Katie Hogan began her search for the perfect college destination, she wanted both the chance to get a great education and play for a prestigious volleyball program. She found it 18 hours away...
Submitted Photos: Whitney Welker signs to play basketball at Three Rivers
Event/Game: Whitney Welker signs a letter of intent to play basketball at Three Rivers Community College on April 11, 2012 Whitney Welker signs with Three Rivers Front Row: Gena Welker, Whitney Welker, Mike Welker. Second Row: Coach Walk(TRCC), Coach Mitch Nanney, Coach Mark Verticchio, Coach Charlie Doublin, Coach Powell(TRCC)...
Angle signs to wrestle in college
email@example.com SIKESTON -- After completing one of the most successful careers in the history of the Sikeston Bulldog wrestling program, senior Blake Angle has decided his time on the mat is not quite finished. In front of family and coaches this past Monday, Angle signed his letter of intent to wrestle at Lindenwood-Belleville University in Belleville, Ill...
Submitted Photo: Austin Atchley and Zach Estes sign to play college football
Zach Estes and Austin Atchley signed to play football at Lindenwood University-Belleville. Zach's parents Clint and Christine Estes and Austin's parents Dale and Darla Atchley looked on along with Coach Jim May, Coach Lance Amick, Coach Nick Grassi and Scott City Athletic Director Kerry Thompson...
Submitted Photo: Jake Seabaugh signs to play golf at Mineral Area
Jake Seabaugh, Notre Dame senior, signed Wednesday, March 28,2012 with Mineral Area College to play golf.
Sikeston's Walker signs with Avila
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- Avila University offered Ben Walker exactly what he wanted -- a smaller atmosphere, his major and a chance to play football. Walker recently signed his letter of intent to play football for the Avila Eagles making him the third 2012 Sikeston Bulldog lineman to play at the next level...
Sikeston's Driskill signs to play football at Avila University
email@example.com SIKESTON -- When Sikeston senior Clayton Driskill started looking for a college he wanted the opportunity to play football at a university that offered his major: finance. He found that in Avila University. Driskill, an offensive lineman, recently signed his letter of intent to play for the school located in Kansas City. He chose Avila over Truman State, William Jewel and Missouri State...
Bulldogs' Watson signs to play football at Lincoln University
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- After a year that placed him as one of Sikeston's all-time rushers, James Watson will be heading to Lincoln University to suit up as a Blue Tiger in Jefferson City. Watson recently signed his letter of intent to play football for Lincoln following a senior season that entailed 1,605 rushing yards -- good enough to place the one-year running back fourth all-time in school history...
email@example.com SIKESTON -- It took a few seasons to get his shot, but Sikeston senior Connor Hamra made his final year as an offensive lineman for the Bulldogs pay off. Hamra signed a letter of intent to play football for Central Methodist University on Monday after one full year playing on a line that produced record rushing numbers...
Kelly's Grojean signs with Three Rivers College
firstname.lastname@example.org BENTON -- With her stellar four-year career as a Lady Hawk coming to a close this past season, Kelly standout Emily Grojean didn't have to look far when deciding where she wanted to continue her softball career. Joining a long line of Lady Hawks before her, Grojean recently signed a letter of intent to play softball for Three Rivers College starting this fall...
Kennett's Lockhert signs to play baseball at the University of North Dakota
Kennett senior Daniel Lockhert's first sport wasn't always baseball. "I started out with hockey in Detroit," Lockert said. "Then I moved here in the first grade and there is not a lot of hockey around. My dad got me hooked on baseball. Baseball became my sport because I wasn't really that good at basketball. Baseball was the only option I really had...
Grantham and Dollins sign to play baseball at Arkansas State
Kennett's Logan Dollins and Adam Grantham will continue to wear the same baseball uniform following high school graduation in the spring of 2012. Both standout high school players signed their national letter of intent to play baseball at Arkansas State University, a Divison I college located in Jonesboro, Ark., earlier this week...
Scott Central's Boese signs to play baseball at Shawnee
email@example.com SIKESTON -- After visiting Shawnee Community College, Scott County Central senior Josh Boese couldn't help but feel like he was right at home. After two successful years at Scott Central, Boese is hoping to keep to his roots and achievements by signing a letter of intent to play baseball at Shawnee...
Submitted Story: Poplar Bluff's Miranda Burroughs signs to play soccer
Burroughs will play at Kaskaskia College in Centralia, Ill.
Senath-Hornersville's Exon Moncada and Wes Westmorlan sign to play college baseball
Wes Westmorlan and Exon Moncada's playing days on the baseball diamond did not end following their high school graduation at Senath-Hornersville in May. The two standout high school athletes have both signed to play college baseball next season. Westmorlan, a dominant force on the mound for Senath-Hornersville the last four seasons, will attend college and play baseball at Crowley Ridge College in Paragould, Ark., next season...
Sikeston's Porter signs with SEMO
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- Sikeston senior Corey Porter has been instrumental in raising the bar for Sikeston athletic programs the past two years. He will get the chance to do the same thing for Southeast Missouri State University next fall...
Crowder Community College lands two Dunklin County athletes
Crowder Community College in Neosho, Mo., has added two local athletes from Dunklin County to its girls basketball team next season. Senath-Hornersville's Seleena Neal and Kennett's Veronica Amos will both attend the two-year college in the 2011-12 school year...
Davied to play softball at Lindenwood
email@example.com SIKESTON -- Sikeston's Sydney Davied was determined to play college softball well after the Lady Bulldogs' fall season had ended. Davied's determination paid off as she signed a letter of intent to play at Lindenwood University next season...
Holcomb graduate Corbin Clark scheduled to play baseball at Freed-Hardeman next season
Former Holcomb baseball standout Corbin Clark will continue his baseball career at Freed-Hardeman University in the 2011-12 baseball season. Freed-Hardeman, a Division I NAIA school located in Henderson, Tenn., is currently coached by former St. Louis Cardinals' draftee Johnathan Estes...
Wells to continue wrestling career at Missouri Baptist
firstname.lastname@example.org ST. LOUIS -- When looking at colleges during his senior year, Sikeston Bulldogs' wrestler Dustin Wells was searching for the perfect blend of academic and athletic opportunities at prospective universities. Finding what he was looking for at Missouri Baptist, Wells signed a letter of intent on Thursday to join the Spartan's wrestling program starting next school year...
Dexter's Hester signs with College of Ozarks
email@example.com DEXTER -- Continuing a long line of Dexter players to move on to the next level, Bearcats' senior Bryn Hester has signed a letter of intent to play baseball for College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout. "The most important thing is getting a college education," Hester said of signing. "Through sports I figured I'd get the best opportunity and (College of the Ozarks) offered me the best opportunity...
Carter signs with Shawnee
firstname.lastname@example.org ULLIN, Ill. -- Charleston's Jerry Carter burst onto the scene his senior season as one of the area's deadliest perimeter shooters. He'll take his experience with the Class 3, third-place Bluejays, as well as his hot hand, with him to Shawnee Community College next fall where he recently signed a letter of intent to play basketball with the Saints...
Holifield signs with Three Rivers
email@example.com SIKESTON -- Ever since Sikeston's Will Holifield began playing basketball in the seventh grade he dreamed of playing college basketball. Holifield's dream came true on Wednesday when the senior signed to play for Three Rivers Community College...
Porter inks with Georgetown
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- The biggest question plaguing the high school basketball season has finally became official. Scott County Central standout Otto Porter etched his name to a letter of intent to play his college basketball at Georgetown University on Monday at Scott Central High School...
National Signing Day
email@example.com SIKESTON -- For fans of Trey Lewis who grown accustomed to seeing him shine on football Friday nights, they won't have to travel too far to see him again on Saturdays. On Wednesday, Lewis signed a letter of intent to play football for Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau keeping his talents close to home...
Nicholson is first Lady Eagle to receive full D-1 scholarship
firstname.lastname@example.org EAST PRAIRIE -- Wednesday morning marked an important milestone in both the life of East Prairie senior Jennifer Nicholson and the Lady Eagles' Athletic program. That's when, on National Signing Day, Nicholson signed her letter of intent with Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., to join their track and field team, becoming the first female athlete in East Prairie's history to receive a full athletic scholarship to a Division I school...
Stevenson to sign with Brooklyn jr. college
BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- One of the highest profile recruits in southeast Missouri has decided to continue his football career in New York. G'Darius Stevenson, a 6-0, 195 pound running back, has decided to play football for ASA College in Brooklyn, N.Y. ASA is a junior college in Brooklyn. ...
Anderson to play softball at TRCC
email@example.com ORAN -- Oran senior Abbey Anderson wanted a comfortable fit as far as where she wanted to attend college. She also wanted a chance to play her favorite sport at the same time. Three Rivers Community College gives Anderson both of those opportunities...
Oran's Williams to play softball for Jefferson College
firstname.lastname@example.org ORAN -- A fixture behind the plate for the Oran Lady Eagles softball team the past four years, Amanda Williams has chosen Jefferson College as the next step in both her softball and academic careers. Making the decision official, Williams signed her National Letter of Intent Monday afternoon in front of her family and coaches at Oran High School...
Browning signs with William Woods
Browning signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Williams Woods under head coach Darren Munns on Tuesday.
Robey to play softball at Union
New Madrid County Central senior softball pitcher Kelly Robey signed a letter of intent to play softball for Union University in Jackson, Tenn.
Oak Ridge's Meyer signs to play volleyball at Shawnee
Lauren Meyer will join the Shawnee Community College volleyball team this fall after graduation from Oak Ridge High School.
Headed to CRC: Carter to bring history of success to Pioneer baseball
It only took one tryout for Risco's Ross Carter before he quickly signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Crowley's Ridge College in Paragould, Ark.
Headed to CRC: Nowlin to play volleyball, softball for Lady Pioneers
Portageville's Kaitlyn Nowlin signed her letter of intent to play both softball and volleyball at Crowley's Ridge College on Monday.
Charleston's Jones to be Raider
Charleston senior Deonte Jones signed his letter of intent to play basketball at Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff on Thursday.
Leopold senior signs with Shawnee baseball program
Ryan Davis will play baseball for the Shawnee Coummunity College Saints next season.
Scott County Central's Markita Mosley signs a letter of intent to play basketball for Moberly Area Community College Friday afternoon. Present for the signing were Mosley (seated) and back row, from left: Moberly coach, Rashekii Howard; Scott Central coach, Semona Penrod; grandparents Larry and Daisy Mosley. A story on Mosley's signing will appear at a later date...
Clearwater's Fay to play baseball at Williams Baptist
Fay signed his national letter of intent after his team's victory over East Carter County.