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BOE hears pitch to bring wrestling to Fayette High School

Fayette High School could add boys and girls wrestling to the roster of sports it offers. The district’s Board of Education heard a proposal last week from James Briggs, a parent and youth … more

Show-Me Elite notches Top-3 finish at Gulf Shores

The 14U Show-Me Elite baseball team, based in Boonville, finished in the top three in the Perfect Game Gulf Coast World Series over the weekend in Gulf Shores, Alabama. The Elite consists of players … more

Fayette Jr. Babe drops two games

The Fayette Junior Babe Ruth baseball team suffered its worst defeats of the season Wednesday and Thursday of last week, falling to Prairie Home, 20-0, and BTC Bank, 19-7. Wednesday night, the … more

Massive overhauls will make CMU fields some of NAIA’s best

If you have not driven by Estes Field and the Cox softball complex in the last month, you have missed the destruction and early construction process of the two structures that will completely change … more

Third annual sand volleyball tourney July 2

The time is drawing near for the Third annual Wendy Sunderland Memorial volleyball tournament.  This year’s tournament will kick off at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 2 at the Fayette city … more

CMU’s team camp labeled a success

Under the watchful eye of newly appointed head basketball coach Matt Sherman, CMU hosted its 37th annual high school team camp last week. With 46 teams representing approximately 29 high schools … more

Fayette Booster Club works overtime to support FHS Athletes

With a new set of officers taking over, the Fayette Athletic Booster Club jumped into overdrive in its support of Fayette Athletes. While some would consider “Fayette Athletes” to be … more

Fuemmeler to transfer to Glasgow

In a surprise move, it was announced by Higbee head basketball coach Tanner Burton that Tiger standout Jordan Fuemmeler would transfer to the Glasgow School District for the upcoming school … more

50th Power Pull draws contestants from across the Midwest

With temperatures soaring, Howard Countians flocked to the Howard County fairgrounds to witness the 50th Fayette Optimist Power Pull. Contestants competed in four classes during the competition … more

Harrisburg baseball experiences a taste of the big leagues

Dropping a game 12-2 is normally no cause for celebration for a high school baseball team, but Saturday’s game was no ordinary game for the Harrisburg Bulldog summer baseball team. What made … more

CMU softball lands three All-Americans

Three Central Methodist softball players were named National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-Americans last Wednesday in an announcement made by the NAIA office. Sophomore Madison … more

Merced and Merkel Earn All-American honors

The Central Methodist baseball duo of Robbie Merced and Nick Merkel were recognized as National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-Americans by the national office Tuesday.  Merced, … more

Collins inks letter of intent to continue basketball career

Fayette High School graduate Dalton Collins signed a letter of intent last Friday to continue his basketball and academic career at Western Tech, located in La Crosse, Wisconsin. “I’m … more

Oeth knocks in eight, to help Fayette Jr. Babe team to 3-1 start

Fayette’s Junior Babe Ruth league team faced a stretch of three games in four nights last week and took two-out-of-three to take its season record to 3-1. On Monday night, the boys from … more

Fayette’s Jr. Babe Ruth team takes opener

The Fayette 14U baseball team opened its summer season last Thursday with a 6-3 win over Prairie Home in Boonville. Payton Oeth made the start on the mound for Fayette, giving up one earned run on … more

Higbee Shootout off to a rousing start

The sixth annual Higbee shootout got underway last week with a variety of basketball teams heading to the mid-Missouri town for three days of basketball. A total of 88 games were played between … more

Harrisburg draws teams from across Missouri for the Bulldog Shootout

The Harrisburg Shootout kicked off Monday morning with 32 games expected to be played before the day ended. The Shootout will pit junior varsity teams from all over Northern Missouri, including … more

Official Chuck Snow honored after 46 years of service to MSHSAA

With a career that began in 1976 as a football official, Chuck Snow has seen a lot of things over his officiating career. But Snow didn’t leave it at just officiating football, he added … more

CMU softball coaches named staff of the year

The Central Methodist softball coaching staff (head coach Pat Reardon, associate head coach Gene Reardon, and assistant coach Jonathan Lynch) were named the National Association of Intercollegiate … more

Optimist Fishing Derby yields more than 120 fish in two hours

If you ever chance upon a young fisherman who when asked how the fishing is, answers, “Good, I’ve been slayin’ bass all day long,” you should probably pay attention to … more
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