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Northwest track and field opened the season with a rather impressive showing at the Mel Tjeersdma Classic Dec. 6-7 at Hughes Fieldhouse. The Bearcats look to continue that success in the “Cornhusker State” as they travel to the Graduate Classic meet at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Jan. 16-17. Read more

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When Northwest football makes the trip to Big Rapids, Michigan, Dec. 7, it will be 379 days removed from the same place that its 2018 campaign came to an end. The matchup with Ferris State last year was certain. The starting quarterback for the Bulldogs was, too — or so Rich Wright thought. Read more

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It took all of one game into the season for Maryville girl's basketball to see a record-setting performance. Junior point guard Serena Sundell tallied 34 points in the Spoofhounds' victory to push her composite total to 1,124, claiming the school's scoring record. Read more

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As the Northwest track and field team heads into its first indoor meet Dec. 6, the program is heavily relying on the 2019 recruiting class. With roughly 24 true freshmen on the squad, the Bearcats are hoping to use the newly-acquired talent to help guide the team in a successful direction fo… Read more

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Black Friday: traditionally a day where people search for deals on their favorite items, a day people search the fridge for Thanksgiving leftovers and, this year, a day Northwest women’s basketball was searching for its fourth win of the season against South Region powerhou… Read more

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The format for each Northwest Athletics weekly media luncheon is cut and dry. Coaches are supposed to stand up when called upon by Assistant Athletic Director of Media Relations Colin McDonough and give a synopsis of what their team did last weekend and a preview of what is to come. Read more

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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 le… 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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Northwest track and field opened the season with a rather impressive showing at the Mel Tjeersdma Classic Dec. 6-7 at Hughes Fieldhouse. The Bearcats look to continue that success in the “Cornhusker State” as they travel to the Graduate Classic meet at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Jan. 16-17.

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Coming out of winter break, Maryville girls basketball was determined to continue its success on the court. Following two quality wins over highly ranked teams in Missouri, the ’Hounds have earned their own place among the state’s best.

The last time Rich Wright coached a football game in Big Rapids, Michigan, his team lost. The Bearcats trailed Ferris State 20-0 in the NCAA Second Round Playoff game Nov. 24, 2018, before scoring a point. Their comeback bid fell short, ending on a sack as the play clock wound down to zero.