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Maryville cross country triumphantly returned from Platte City, Missouri, with four of the top 5 finishes and the Class 3 District 8 championship plaque in hand the evening of Oct. 31. Achieving this feat had been something coach Rodney Bade was shooting for since he seized the helm of the program. Read more

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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

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After defeating conference rival Chillicothe 62-7 in a Week 3 matchup, Maryville football looks ahead to their match up against the St. Pius X Warriors.

This starts a two game road stretch for Maryville. St. Pius X comes in with a new coaching staff and schemes.

With a spotless 15-0 record and outscoring Pius with a combined score of 711-113, Maryville looks to continue their success.  Read more

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The Maryville football team has played Chillicothe 14 times since 2010. In those 14 games, the Spoofhounds have come out as victors 13 times, including a 49-12 win during the 2019 season. The Spoofhounds (1-1) will look to push their winning streak to 14 games against the Hornets (0-2) Sept. 11 at the ’Hound Pound. Read more

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Maryville football arrived at Bud Hertzog Field in Lee’s Summit, Missouri Nov. 21 to continue the quest for an MSHSAA Class 3 State Championship. Summit Christian Academy looked to ruin the Spoofhounds’ six-game win streak in the Class 3 State Quarterfinal matchup.

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LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — Maryville football’s backfield imposed its will against Cameron on Nov. 6 when senior running back Connor Weiss captured three touchdowns, and again against Richmond on Nov. 13 when senior running back Trey Houchin secured a hat trick of his own.

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As the Maryville boy’s wrestling team prepares for the season to begin, coach Dallas Barrett is getting ready to build on last year’s experience as he moves forward into his second year at the helm of the program.