Maryville volleyball used the rest from its first-round bye in the Class 3 District 16 Tournament to beat Cameron 3-1 Oct. 27 in Cameron, Missouri. Read more
Prior to this year, Northwest rugby was searching for a way to become affiliated with the University. After becoming an affiliate of Northwest, the program was hoping to expand participation numbers. Read more
As Maryville boys soccer prepares for the MSHSAA Class 1 District 8 Tournament Oct. 31-Nov. 2 at Bearcat Pitch, the Spoofhounds are doing anything and everything to put themselves in position to keep their season alive. Read more
Maryville cross country aims to keep its hot streak from cooling down amid a recent plunge in temperatures. The Spoofhounds have won their last three meets, including a dominant performance in the MEC XC Championships. Maryville coach Rodney Bade is hoping to have similar results in the MSHS… Read more
Maryville football traveled to St. Joseph, Missouri, Oct. 23 looking to secure 11 straight wins against Lafayette. Read more
Last season, Northwest men’s basketball was robbed. Specifically, then-junior forward Ryan Hawkins and then-sophomore guard Trevor Hudgins. Read more
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Lafayette came into the matchup against Maryville with four losses by two points or less this season. The Spoofhounds were looking to keep the Fighting Irish from pulling out a win late in a game. Read more
Maryville girls golf wrapped up its season after outings from three of its golfers at the MSHSAA Class 1 State Tournament at Paradise Pointe in Smithville, Missouri, Oct. 19. Read more
Although Maryville softball ended its season with a first-round exit in districts, the season wasn’t a letdown, as the Spoofhounds managed to complete one of their biggest goals: playing a full season. Read more
Trevor Hudgins put on his right shoe, then his left. They weren’t the usual neutral-colored shoes with a touch of Bearcat green the junior guard usually wears. Read more
Northwest Athletics announced Oct. 19 that Northwest football plans to play scrimmages Nov. 7 on the road against Washburn and Nov. 21 in Bearcat Stadium against Central Missouri. Read more
Maryville football traveled to Odessa, Missouri, Oct. 12 to face the then No. 2 Odessa Bulldogs. After losing 28-14 to Odessa, Maryville coach Matt Webb told his team the close matchup would be a turning point in the season. Read more
SAVANNAH, Mo. — In 2011, Maryville football had to watch Savannah raise the coveted Highway 71 trophy upon their heads, an image the Spoofhounds did not want to see in the near future. Read more
Northwest cross country is set to compete in a makeshift MIAA meet Oct. 30 in Wichita, Kansas, but more than half of the men’s team is in quarantine due to COVID-19. Read more
With the district tournament on the horizon, Maryville boys soccer is set to play five consecutive conference games in a row down the stretch of the regular season. Read more
The Maryville softball team looks to remember the good memories as the Spoofhounds ended their season with a 12-0 loss in five innings against the Macon Tigers in the first round of the Class 3 District 8 tournament Oct. 13. Read more
Since last December, we’ve all been without Northwest football. I think that after some of the things the Bearcats accomplished last season, fans were excited to see the program take another step forward in 2020. Read more
Maryville girls golf qualified three golfers for the MHSAA Class 1 State Tournament after a third place team finish at the Class 1 District 4 Tournament Oct. 12 at Mozingo Golf Course. Read more
Maryville football traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, for the second time this season Oct. 9, trying to secure its first win of the season against a ranked opponent and avoid falling to a losing record. Read more
The MIAA announced Oct. 1 that winter sports had the green light to move forward as regularly scheduled, with official practices starting Oct. 15 and games for men’s and women’s basketball starting Nov. 18-19. Read more
The transition to a new level of competition causes some freshmen to harbor some unrealistic expectations that can be detrimental. For Maryville cross country’s Connor Blackford, those expectations haven’t shown any signs of slowing him down. Read more
One Maryville senior chose to finish her high school volleyball career while being committed to Kansas State University for basketball. Read more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Lincoln College Prep football walked onto its blue turf field Oct. 9 showcasing three future Division I athletes, a high state ranking and a record of 4-1. Read more
Maryville senior quarterback Ben Walker, who suffered a season-ending knee injury Week 1 against Blair Oaks, announced his commitment to the University of Central Missouri to play football Oct. 6 via Twitter. Read more
Maryville girls golf finished fifth in the MEC Tournament Oct. 7 in St. Joseph, Missouri, behind an individual fifth place finish (98) from freshman Cailyn Auffert. Read more
There were 251 days in between Northwest football’s final game of the 2019 season and the MIAA CEO Council’s announcement to suspend fall sports competition until Jan. 1, 2021. Read more
Northwest cross country spent the entirety of the summer wondering if it'd get the chance to compete in the spring. Read more
As Maryville football enters Week 7, the Spoofhounds find themselves in familiar territory. For the fourth time this season, the Spoofhounds will be facing a ranked opponent, and they will be on the road for the fifth time. Read more
ODESSA, Mo. — Another week, another road game for Maryville football as the Spoofhounds traveled to face the Odessa Bulldogs Oct. 2 after their original homecoming matchup against Benton was canceled due to quarantined staff and players. Read more
When the MIAA CEO Council announced Aug. 14 that fall sports were suspended until Jan. 1, 2021, it also said a decision on winter sports would come Oct. 1 at the latest. Read more
In correlation with a surge of esports being played worldwide, along with the foundation of a program at Northwest, the Northwest League of Legends team is hoping to make a name for itself in the gaming community. Read more
Maryville girls golf won its second duel of the season, defeating St. Joseph LeBlond 214-253 Sept. 29 at Mozingo Golf Course. Read more
Northwest Assistant Athletic Director for Administration Kiersten Orton was named to the MIAA Community Culture Task Force Sept. 17. Read more
Maryville football was on a quest Sept. 25, when the Spoofhounds traveled to Dave Goodwin Memorial Field in Cameron, Missouri, to try and secure their first road win of the 2020 season. Read more
After having a total of two games canceled between last week and this week due to COVID-19, Maryville volleyball is hoping to complete the rest of its scheduled games for the week starting Sept. 28. Read more
Northwest cross country looks towards the potential of a fall season, depending on what the University and MIAA decide on. Read more
Maryville football’s offense lined up for a fourth-and-4 in the Week 1 matchup against Blair Oaks, looking to punt the ball away to keep the Falcons from inflicting more damage. Read more
Maryville cross country witnessed another successful Saturday as three of the Spoofhounds’ top five runners reached new milestones in their high school careers Sept. 26. With the team split apart, an opportunity for growth presented itself to each athlete. Read more
CAMERON, Mo. — Maryville football arrived at Dave Goodwin Memorial Field in Cameron, Missouri, with a few goals to achieve. The Spoofhounds were looking to grab their first road win, and stay in the Midland Empire Conference race for first place. Read more
Between having their girls in hybrid classes, having abnormal practices and games being canceled right before first pitch, the Maryville softball team, which is sitting at 1-6, is struggling to lock in mentally. Read more
Over the summer, Northwest golf junior Spencer Roach had the chance of a lifetime to caddie for professional golfer Michael Arnaud on the Korn Ferry Tour Aug. 6. Read more
It isn’t much more than a patch of grass with faded lines bordering it. It’s never really been anything more than a soccer field in the southwest corner of Donaldson Westside Park. Read more
On Sept. 19, Maryville cross country made another hour-plus expedition. This time to Pella, Iowa, to compete in the Heartland Classic. Read more
Keely Danielsen, a senior cross country and track and field athlete, looks to challenge herself with what lies ahead in sports and life. Read more
Maryville volleyball continues its dominance at the net with a 3-0 sweep of Plattsburg Sept. 22 at the ’Hound Pound. Read more
The Rock Port Blue Jays finished their 2019 season with four wins, and they could equal that total by defeating the East Atchison Wolves Sept. 25 in Tarkio, Missouri. Read more
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Lafayette came into the matchup against Maryville with four losses by two points or less this season. The Spoofhounds were looking to keep the Fighting Irish from pulling out a win late in a game.
Maryville girls golf wrapped up its season after outings from three of its golfers at the MSHSAA Class 1 State Tournament at Paradise Pointe in Smithville, Missouri, Oct. 19.
Although Maryville softball ended its season with a first-round exit in districts, the season wasn’t a letdown, as the Spoofhounds managed to complete one of their biggest goals: playing a full season.
Trevor Hudgins put on his right shoe, then his left. They weren’t the usual neutral-colored shoes with a touch of Bearcat green the junior guard usually wears.
Northwest Athletics announced Oct. 19 that Northwest football plans to play scrimmages Nov. 7 on the road against Washburn and Nov. 21 in Bearcat Stadium against Central Missouri.
Maryville football traveled to Odessa, Missouri, Oct. 12 to face the then No. 2 Odessa Bulldogs. After losing 28-14 to Odessa, Maryville coach Matt Webb told his team the close matchup would be a turning point in the season.
SAVANNAH, Mo. — In 2011, Maryville football had to watch Savannah raise the coveted Highway 71 trophy upon their heads, an image the Spoofhounds did not want to see in the near future.