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After one of the most successful regular seasons since the turn of the century, playoff time has come around for the Maryville boys soccer team. Following the regular-season finale against MEC foe Bishop LeBlond, the ‘Hounds kickstarted the Class 1 District 8 Tournament with a 9-1, mercy-rul… Read more

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As the last group of people walked out, it was beginning to look less and less like the place it was moments ago. Not too long before, the lights were still on, and the gates were open, as the place echoed with cheers from the crowd. But a few brief moments after the roar of those cheers, th… Read more

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Just like it had multiple times before during the night, there the football was — soaring through the air. It didn’t come from a player’s hands such as a quarterback throwing a pass. Instead, it came from a player’s foot, and unlike the rest of the kicks for the night, this one was to decide… Read more

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Throughout the entirety of a Maryville football game, there are multiple things that can be spotted on the sideline: coaches attempting to talk to the players or officials, team managers trying their best to keep the team hydrated and players lined up all across it.  Read more

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Eight Maryville wrestlers made the 45-mile trek Jan. 22 to Benton High School for the Midland Empire Conference Tournament, and four of them returned with medals, including junior Kolt Watkins, who headlined the trip by taking first place overall in the heavyweight division.

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After a long, hard-fought three months, the 2021 Maryville boys soccer season has come to a close. The Spoofhounds used this fall to compile a record of 16-6-1 before being handed a title run-halting loss by eventual Class 1 champion Lutheran St. Charles.

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Maryville senior quarterback Connor Drake stood gazing at midfield. With tears in his eyes, he watched the handshake line take place on the uneven field at the ’Hound Pound, seemingly trying to soak in each and every memory he’s created on the grass that was his fall home for the past four years.