All District and State Basketball teams releasedWinter sports have come to an end in Southeast Missouri and for many of the schools in the area, successful seasons. New Madrid County Central won the Class 3 State Championship and the Notre Dame...
Cape Central routes Farmington in 6 inningsThe Cape Central Tigers put together an all-around game to down the Farmington Knights 12-2 on Wednesday at Cape Central High School. Cape Central played the game as the visitors because the game was...
Neelyville coach: Austin Sheppard is our programIt remains to be seen as to whether or not the Neelyville High School baseball squad will get to play its road game at East Carter today (4:30 p.m.) due to the prediction of heavy rain throughout the...
SIMPLY THE BEST: SEMO Conference's top prep hoopsters honored at Letter Club banquet
- Raiders split pair against East Central
- Notre Dame's Cole Bruenderman signs with Lindenwood
- Jackson seniors look back on historic hoops season
- SEMO FB seeking to go from 'good to great' as spring practice opens
- Lady Mules pitch shutout in season opener
- All-SEMO Conference teams named 1
- Kennett alum leads No. 5 Arkansas past SEMO
- St. Vincent rolls by Cape Central to open season
- Redhawk alums Dodd and Dirden soar in spring training
- East Prairie tosses combined no-hitter in season opener against Meadow Heights
- Charleston opens the season with a 2-0 win over Herculaneum
- Kennett beats Kelly 8-0 in season opener
- Kennett downs East Prairie
- Portageville starts season with three straight wins
- Sikeston splits games to open season
- Kelly soccer seeking first winning season since 2016
- East Prairie Lady Eagles stacked lineup ready to do some damage
- Neelyville senior says 'Goodnight' to Mules for first time in decade
- Red Devils open baseball season with fireworks
- Senath-Hornersville softball downs Delta C-7 after three innings
- Jackson senior duo destined for the next level (3/18/23)
- COLUMN: Despite the odds, the Cinderella Indians are still dancing (3/14/23)
- SEMO fans show up in a big way in Dayton (3/15/23)
- Loaded Portageville excited for a new challenge (3/16/23)3
- Jackson comes up short against Staley in state semis (3/17/23)2
Large school all-district hoops teams releasedThe Doniphan and Dexter boys and girls basketball teams racked up some honors when the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association released its all-district team for Class 4 District 1. Additionally, Poplar Bluff had two players receive all-district honors in Class 6 District 1 — Darius Graham on the boys side and Madelyn Eads on the girls side...
Bloomfield Wildcats Varsity Grabs Lead In Seventh Inning In Season Opener Over Risco (3/21/23)The Bloomfield Wildcats Baseball team took the lead late in the game in a 4-3 victory over Risco on Monday. The game was tied at two with Bloomfield batting in the top of the seventh when Justice Cossey grounded out, scoring one run. Bloomfield evened things up at two in the top of the sixth inning when Christian Hartlein drove in one after his brother Cole Hartlein singled...
Missourian prep baseball roundup, Mar. 20: Jackson sweeps pool play in Troy tourney (3/21/23)After a lopsided win against Troy-Buchanan yesterday, the Jackson boys’ baseball team finished pool play perfectly with 10-0 and 9-3 wins against Fort Zumwalt North and Hannibal respectively. Henley Parker finished with two hits in the first win, finishing as the only Indian with multiple hits against Fort Zumwalt North. Caden Bogenpohl’s one hit helped him to a game-high three RBIs...
Missourian prep softball roundup, Mar. 20: Oran walk-off propels Eagles past Scott City (3/21/23)The Oran softball team opened its season up with a win, scoring a single run in the bottom of the seventh inning to negate a two-run top of the inning, winning 5-4. Molly Spane and Dalaini Bryant both tallied two hits in the win for Oran, with Spane holding the team lead in RBIs with two in the win. Spane pitched a complete game for the Eagles, striking out 10 and giving up just three hits...
TALL TASK AHEAD: Lady Raiders open national tournament with Gulf Coast StateLUBBOCK, Texas — The Three Rivers College women’s basketball team will face a solid challenge when it opens play at the NJCAA women’s national tournament at the Rip Griffin Center. The 22nd-seeded Lady Raiders will tip off the tournament’s final first-round game at noon Thursday against No. 11 Gulf Coast State College of Panama City, Fla...
SEMO’s Phillip Russell enters transfer portalSoutheast Missouri State guard Phillip Russell announced via Twitter on Monday that he has entered the transfer portal. Russell is coming off a season where he averaged 18.1 points per game and 5.1 assists a game leading the Redhawks to their first Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Championship since 2000...
Chance Resetich’s walk-off in 14th secures series sweep for SEMOSoutheast Missouri State third baseman Chance Resetich has as many hits as games started (19) this season. On a long Sunday afternoon, he made his 19th hit count by driving in the winning run to complete the series sweep against Western Illinois at Capaha Field...
Doyle leads Redhawks over Western IllinoisA big day from Gunnar Doyle led the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks to a 10-3 win over the Western Illinois Leathernecks on Friday at Capaha Park. With the Redhawks leading 1-0 in the bottom of the 6th Doyle came through with a 2-run single to extend the lead to 3-0...
Area native to bring wealth of experience to Cape Catfish dugout (3/8/23)It would have been a difficult assignment for a young baseball manager to step into the incredibly successful shoes of Stephen Larkin, who has served as the only manager in the three seasons of Cape Catfish baseball. So, Catfish General Manager Mark Hogan and club president and minority owner Glenn Campbell made sure the next leader of the team could handle the responsibility.
COLUMN: XFL, BattleHawks are bringing fun back to springtime (2/21/23)There’s something romantic about St. Louis football being back. I was born in late 2002, so I never got to experience the “Greatest Show on Turf.” I didn’t even get into football until 2017, a spell after Stan Kroenke’s departure for greener pastures in Los Angeles...
Youth golfer qualifies for national event (2/9/23)A family legacy runs deep for local teen golfer Anna Bell as she prepares to compete against some of the top youth golfers in the country. Earlier this year, Bell edged out the competition in the girl’s 12-13 division by one stroke for a total of 116 to qualify for the 2023 Drive, Chip and Putt golf Nationals...
Rosters for Jr. High All-Star Classic Revealed (2/7/23)The Southeast Missouri Premier Jr. High All-Star Classic is set to begin with the rosters being selected for the event that takes place at Cape Central Jr. High School on Feb. 11. The players were nominated by the area's coaches and divided by the size of the school...
Svechnikov ends drought with 2 goals, Hurricanes beat Blues (02/21 11:08 pm)RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Even as the only All-Star Game participant for the Carolina Hurricanes earlier this month, Andrei Svechnikov hadn't produced star-like numbers lately. That changed in a hurry Tuesday night when Svechnikov scored twice in the...
Stutzle, Tkachuk power Senators to 7-2 win over Blues (02/19 5:44 pm)OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) -- Tim Stutzle and Brady Tkachuk had three-point games to lead the Ottawa Senators to a 7-2 win over the St. Louis Blues on Sunday. Stutzle had two goals and an assist and extended his point streak to four games (four goals, six...