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Five aging men walked off the turf field, away from the bright lights of a high school football stadium, down a hill and toward a blue and white shed in desperate need of a paint job. The dimly-lit building served as a makeshift locker room for the group, tucked behind a football field in Ha… Read more

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As the 2019 season is in the early stages for the Maryville boys soccer team, the past few seasons, coupled with the start the Spoofhounds have had, has set the stage for this year’s expectations.

HARRISONVILLE, Mo. — As Maryville football clashed with MSHSAA Class 4 powerhouse Harrisonville Sept. 6, the scoreboard in the south endzone at Harrisonville Middle School served as an eyesore at the end of the first quarter. It was blank. 

The graduating class of 2020 was getting ready to head into its first days of preschool in 2005 the last time Maryville football started a season 0-2. Sept. 6, the Spoofhounds (0-1) will look to avoid that when they hit the road to take on Harrisonville (0-1).

With the regular season’s end rapidly approaching, Maryville baseball is at a standstill with a record teetering just above .500 at 7-6.