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With 43 seconds left on the scoreboard of the Hound Pound at Maryville High School, Lathrop faced a decision that former Spoofhounds’ coach Chris Holt had to make. Down 28-27, Holt had the option to send his field-goal unit out and tie the game, or attempt a two-point conversion that would l… Read more

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Congratulations to Northwest football on its Nov. 9 win over Fort Hays State in double overtime to keep the Bearcats’ playoff hopes alive. The win was pretty impressive, but it shouldn’t have come to the ’Cats scratching and clawing down the stretch to even have a chance at making the postseason. Read more

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Coming into its first MIAA tournament since 2012, Northwest soccer was ready to prove it was capable of contending for a conference championship. After a regular season plagued with hot-and-cold performances, the Bearcats final one came in their first, and only, round of the tournament. Read more

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A water bath-soaked Maryville coach Matt Webb meandered on the outskirts of the playing field in the aftermath of a high school football game Oct. 25. As the coach paced on the sideline of the ‘Hound Pound at Maryville High School, he was swarmed by a sea of congratulations from his players. Read more

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Two weeks prior to the start of the 2019 MSHSAA High School football season, former Maryville coach Chris Holt, who now coaches at Lathrop, sat and thought about how impressive the then-61 home game win streak was for the Spoofhounds.

Coming into its first MIAA tournament since 2012, Northwest soccer was ready to prove it was capable of contending for a conference championship. After a regular season plagued with hot-and-cold performances, the Bearcats final one came in their first, and only, round of the tournament.

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Prior to the Northwest cross country’s NCAA Division II Central Region Championship, coach Nick Gibson said his team wanted to compete with two of the top programs in the nation, No. 6 ranked Missouri Southern and No. 7 ranked Augustana, and earn a top-three finish in order to advance to the…

HAYS, Kan. — Before he could walk in front of a crowd of 6,100 people towards the left hash at Lewis Field Stadium in Hays, Kansas, Nov. 9, preparing for the biggest kick of his career, Parker Sampson had to calm down.