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During the course of a football game, there are a multitude of plays that take place, but when the ball hit the ground to signal the end of a play with 33 seconds left in Maryville football’s Week 5 matchup with St. Pius X, it signified much more than just moving onto the next down. Read more

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A raucous sitcom starring four elderly friends first hit the air in 1985. “The Golden Girls” was known for its raunchy plotlines, one-liners and a cast well into their AARP memberships that acted as though they were just out of college. Four women with a passion for Northwest didn’t set out … Read more

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HARRISONVILLE, Mo. — The game started the same way as usual for the Maryville football team: Fans showed up prepared to cheer, and the players ran out of the locker room hyped up and ready to play. However, the game ended with a result that the Spoofhounds have not experienced since 2005. Read more

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Welcome back to Walk The Talk, the weekly mailbag column where you submit questions about your favorite — or maybe least favorite, I suppose — Northwest sports program. If you’re reading for the first time, then welcome. It’s the first game week for Northwest football since December 2019, so… Read more

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Northwest junior quarterback Braden Wright is expected to miss four to six weeks after undergoing an emergency surgery to repair midgut volvulus — twisting of the intestine — Wright told The Missourian prior to the Bearcats’ 47-7 win against Central Missouri Sept. 18.

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During the course of a football game, there are a multitude of plays that take place, but when the ball hit the ground to signal the end of a play with 33 seconds left in Maryville football’s Week 5 matchup with St. Pius X, it signified much more than just moving onto the next down.

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The Northwest golf team bounced back from a high-scoring first round with a 13-shot improvement to finish tied for 11th out of 16 teams in the 22nd annual Northeastern State University Women’s Golf Classic Sept. 13-14 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. 

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The Maryville boys soccer team participated in the Excelsior Springs Tournament Sept. 9-11, marking the Spoofhounds’ second tournament in as many weeks. In their first, the Barstow Tournament, they went 1-0-1 before their final game was canceled due to rain.

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After earning the first win of the 2021 season, the Maryville football team will make its home debut against MEC foe St. Pius X, the conference’s reigning champion.