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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 looks to avoid an 0-2 start for the first time since 2005. After a 51-8 loss to Blair Oaks on Aug 28., Maryville will have the Wildcats of Harrisonville visit the 'Hound Pound. Coach Webb and senior running back Trey Houchin talk the importance of getting the running game started early, the improvements that are being made, and the importance of playing at home. Matt Webb also discusses the Coronavirus tracing, along with an update on injured starting quarterback Ben Walker Read more

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The Spoofhounds haven't played under the Friday night lights since November 15th, 2019. This changes on August 28th, 2020 as Maryville will take on Blair Oaks in Warrensburg, Missouri. The Spoofhounds will have high expectations coming into the season, although they lose key players like  Jackson Bram, Tallon Noland, Tate Oglesby and Tyler McGary. However, Webb believes their team is still stacked with talent that still has a year or two til they graduate. Spending 6 Fridays away from the 'Hound Pound, Webb discuses what needs to be done to see another successful season  Read more

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Maryville football coach Matt Webb covers what the Spoofhounds have been doing after the coronavirus outbreak. The team has faced various challenges, which include offseason workouts, practices, and game days. While the country has been debating whether it's smart to allow high school sports, Webb and his players don't want to lose the opportunity, as football plays an important role in their everyday lives and careers.

With the loss of Northwest fall sports, the community cannot wait to get behind and root for a team that represents the town. Ultimately, Webb says it all comes down to someone’s ability to choose to play or attend such activities. The excitement is brewing for the Spoofhounds' first game Aug 28.  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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With a trip to the district championship game on the line, the Maryville Spoofhounds and the Savannah Savages took the pitch at Chillicothe High School Nov. 4. Though the schools are connected by Highway 71 and within a 30-minute drive of each other, reputation and bragging rights were not t… Read more

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Five days before Maryville football’s first playoff game of the year, coach Matt Webb said it’s now just trying to survive and advance. The Spoofhounds survived and advanced to the Class 2 District 8 Semifinals by a vast margin when they scored a 62-0 victory over St. Joseph Christian Nov. 1… Read more

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A water bath-soaked Maryville coach Matt Webb meandered on the outskirts of the playing field in the aftermath of a high school football game Oct. 25. As the coach paced on the sideline of the ‘Hound Pound at Maryville High School, he was swarmed by a sea of congratulations from his players. Read more

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As Maryville football coach Matt Webb broke the team’s postgame huddle, the entirety of the Maryville football team stormed the end zone. The stadium lights at the ‘Hound Pound glared off of a rustic, dinged-up street sign that was hoisted above the players’ heads. For the ninth year in a ro… Read more

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As Maryville boys soccer heads into the last two weeks of the regular season, the one thing on the Spoofhounds’ minds is the postseason. Even though they still have a few games before they get there, all of the ’Hounds’ attention will be directed towards the MSHSAA Class 2 District 16 Tournament. Read more

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As Maryville soccer took the pitch Oct. 3 against Bishop LeBlond, that night’s game was the most significant game they team has had this season. It was Senior Night, an evening that shed light onto the seniors that have been dedicated to the program and determined to leave a mark on the scho… 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.

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At any high school in America, there are cliques of students who bond through similar extracurricular interests. Witnessing somebody outside of their unspoken faction is a rarity among high school students. Maryville senior Jake Walker is a rarity to witness.

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Maryville looks to avoid an 0-2 start for the first time since 2005. After a 51-8 loss to Blair Oaks on Aug 28., Maryville will have the Wildcats of Harrisonville visit the 'Hound Pound. Coach Webb and senior running back Trey Houchin talk the importance of getting the running game started early, the improvements that are being made, and the importance of playing at home. Matt Webb also discusses the Coronavirus tracing, along with an update on injured starting quarterback Ben Walker

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The Spoofhounds haven't played under the Friday night lights since November 15th, 2019. This changes on August 28th, 2020 as Maryville will take on Blair Oaks in Warrensburg, Missouri. The Spoofhounds will have high expectations coming into the season, although they lose key players like  Jackson Bram, Tallon Noland, Tate Oglesby and Tyler McGary. However, Webb believes their team is still stacked with talent that still has a year or two til they graduate. Spending 6 Fridays away from the 'Hound Pound, Webb discuses what needs to be done to see another successful season 

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Maryville football coach Matt Webb covers what the Spoofhounds have been doing after the coronavirus outbreak. The team has faced various challenges, which include offseason workouts, practices, and game days. While the country has been debating whether it's smart to allow high school sports, Webb and his players don't want to lose the opportunity, as football plays an important role in their everyday lives and careers.

With the loss of Northwest fall sports, the community cannot wait to get behind and root for a team that represents the town. Ultimately, Webb says it all comes down to someone’s ability to choose to play or attend such activities. The excitement is brewing for the Spoofhounds' first game Aug 28. 

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They were nine practices into the season before Maryville High School closed, disbanding a pack of ’Hounds eager to build upon last year. Now, a team equipped with five returning seniors is hanging its hat on a season that never was and never will be.