The Maryville wrestling team competed in the Class 2 District 4 Tournament Feb. 14-15 in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Read more
It was a strenuous start to the week for the Maryville boys basketball players as they participated in atypical back-to-back nights with games Feb. 10-11. Read more
When the Maryville wrestling team takes the mat for Class 2 District 4 Tournament Feb. 14 in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, it will be without one of its standout athletes. Read more
Hardworking, dedicated and goofy. Those words, among others, are few of the many words that describe Maryville wrestling junior Connor Weiss. Read more
The Maryville boys basketball team found itself with a much-needed break from the rough competition the MEC provides as it faced Falls City (Nebraska) Jan. 16. They came out on top 70-53. Read more
When taking the mats for the second time in front of the home crowd in the 2019-20 season, Maryville wrestling was looking to pick up wins in its Jan. 16 tri-dual against Sabetha and Falls City. Read more
Coming off of a historic campaign a season ago, Maryville boys basketball knew that it would have its challenges. Read more
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
Sitting in the middle of Maryville High School’s library, now-former boy’s soccer coach Dale Reuter fought to express his feelings about the program he was at the helm of for the past three seasons. Read more
Two weeks prior to the start of the 2019 MSHSAA High School football season, former Maryville coach Chris Holt, who now coaches at Lathrop, sat and thought about how impressive the then-61 home game win streak was for the Spoofhounds. Read more
Ben Walker was lined up in the shotgun with 13 seconds left in the first half of Maryville football’s matchup with Lawson. The ball was on Maryville’s 43-yard line. Read more
Scoring three touchdowns on its first three plays from scrimmage put Maryville football on track to a 62-0 first-round victory over St. Joseph Christian Nov. 1. Read more
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
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
On any given Friday night, you can find Maryville football coach Matt Webb giving the credit to his players. Or taking the blame for them. Read more
With less than a week until its first postseason matchup, Maryville boys soccer is preparing to battle a MEC foe, and district opponent, in Savannah. Read more
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
With two games left during the regular season, Maryville boys soccer is starting to hone in on key aspects with hopes of bringing a district title back to Maryville. Read more
By the time the Maryville football plays its last regular-season game when Lafayette comes to town Oct. 25, the Spoofhounds will be a week removed from what was perhaps their most convincing win yet. Read more
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
Coming off of an unusual bye-week, Maryville football is aiming to keep rolling in conference play when the Spoofhounds take on MEC rival Savannah in the ’Hound Pound Oct. 18. Read more
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
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
Growing up in the footsteps of a rather successful older brother can leave younger siblings in the wake of a shadowed path. Maryville football junior Ben Walker found himself in the aforementioned situation when he took over as the program’s quarterback last season. Read more
ST. JOSEPH, Mo — As another week presented another conference opponent, Maryville football found a way to remain unblemished against MEC foes with a 47-7 win over the Benton Cardinals Oct. 4. Read more
For most high school teams, the bond between player and coach is formed once the athletes graduate eighth grade. For many of the players in recent years, that bond and connection with their coach was formed at a young age and has grown throughout the years. Read more
Following a week where the defense pitched its first shutout since Week 4 of the 2018 season, Maryville football brings in a stout defense, a dynamic quarterback and the leadership of a focused coaching staff into its matchup against Benton Oct. 4. Read more
There stood Maryville football coach Matt Webb, in the middle the sidewalk that sits just feet from Maryville’s field, congratulating players as they walked up a grass-covered hill towards their locker room, smiling, as the Spoofhounds ousted the Cameron Dragons 61-0 for their fourth straigh… Read more
Participating in and excelling at multiple sports is a factor of life many don't have the ability for. Maryville High School senior Jaden Hayes is an exception. Hayes is not only involved with a variety of school clubs and organizations, but his record-breaking soccer abilities put him at th… Read more
With another week came another win for Maryville football. The Spoofhounds will look to add another mark to their current three-game win streak when they play host to the Cameron Dragons Sept. 27. Read more
Fans rejoiced, players celebrated and the scoreboard lit up as Maryville football continued its offensive dominance, defeating St. Pius X 62-6 in Maryville’s home opener at the ‘Hound Pound, Sept. 20. Read more
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
Many teams may say that they’re close or like a family, but few get to say that they're actually blood- related to a teammate. Maryville soccer is one of the anomalies to hold a characteristic like this. Read more
With a 2-1 record after three straight road games to start the season, Maryville football returns to the ‘Hound Pound, Sept. 20, with not only an opportunity to play in front of its home crowd, but to extend a home game winning streak to 62 consecutive contests. Read more
CHILLICOTHE, Mo. — As the clock dwindled down, with an eventual 49-12 victory all but officially decided, Maryville football coach Matt Webb shouted and yelled at the backups, demanding excellence from them — just as he always does. Read more
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. Read more
A heartbreaking loss against Blair Oaks, a rout of Harrisonville and an upcoming Week 3 matchup against Chillicothe leaves Maryville football in a nearly identical situation to where it was a season ago. Read more
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. Read more
As the Maryville boys soccer team started their season Monday against the Cameron Dragons, past seasons’ success and state titles were not the only focusing points for coach Dale Reuter. Read more
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). Read more
LIBERTY, Mo. — Maryville football, looking to avenge a loss from last year’s Week 1 rematch with Blair Oaks, fell short to the Falcons 23-14 Aug. 30 to start its 2019 campaign. Read more
About this time a year ago, wide receiver Eli Dowis and running back Tyler Houchin were gearing up for their senior season for the Maryville Spoofhounds. Read more
The Maryville boys basketball team found itself with a much-needed break from the rough competition the MEC provides as it faced Falls City (Nebraska) Jan. 16. They came out on top 70-53.
When taking the mats for the second time in front of the home crowd in the 2019-20 season, Maryville wrestling was looking to pick up wins in its Jan. 16 tri-dual against Sabetha and Falls City.
Coming off of a historic campaign a season ago, Maryville boys basketball knew that it would have its challenges.
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…
Sitting in the middle of Maryville High School’s library, now-former boy’s soccer coach Dale Reuter fought to express his feelings about the program he was at the helm of for the past three seasons.
Two weeks prior to the start of the 2019 MSHSAA High School football season, former Maryville coach Chris Holt, who now coaches at Lathrop, sat and thought about how impressive the then-61 home game win streak was for the Spoofhounds.
Ben Walker was lined up in the shotgun with 13 seconds left in the first half of Maryville football’s matchup with Lawson. The ball was on Maryville’s 43-yard line.