Pobst signs with Harris-Stowe State University
Scott City finally clears recent sectional nemesis NMCC
And it was a clear, decisive win for Scott City, who suffered through back-to-back sectional losses at the hands of NMCC with one game in particular...
Malden softball team falls to Mt. Vernon in Class 1 state semifinal
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Malden softball had never been to state. After a poor start, the nerves of its first appearance built and spread like a virus,...
Charleston track team fares well, Malden thrower claims title after first day of state track meet
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- All of Charleston's state qualifiers are still in the hunt for a title while Malden already holds claim to a champion after...
Voorhees resigns as Sikeston softball head coach
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- After taking the Sikeston softball team to heights unseen, coach Eric Voorhees is moving on. Voorhees...
Charleston Riverdogs college baseball team ends third season
CHARLESTON -- The Charleston Riverdogs ended its third season as a collegiate level summer baseball team on a high note. The Riverdogs, a team that mostly consists of local talent who played high school baseball in the surrounding area, finished with a 16-9 record. They boasted a roster of 18, which included players from Sikeston, Dexter, Chaffee, as well as others...
Sikeston native Corey Gipson finds perfect fit at Missouri State
Gipson, the former Three Rivers standout and Sikeston native, has returned to the Show-Me state as an assistant coach at Missouri State University.
Naile, Still picked up in MLB Draft
Charleston's James Naile and Sikeston's Doug Still were both selected during the 2015 MLB draft Wednesday. Naile was picked up by Oakland while Still was chosen by Atlanta for a second time
Class 3 Sectional: NMCC v. Scott City
The Scott City Rams defeated the New Madrid County Central Eagles 19-7 Monday, May 23, 2016, during a Class 3 sectional baseball game at Scott City High School in Scott City, Mo.
NMCC v. Caruthersville (May 18)
New Madrid County Central defeated Caruthersville 5-0 Wednesday in the Class 3, District 1 championship game at Malden High School.
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