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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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During the course of a football game, there are a multitude of plays that take place, but when the ball hit the ground to signal the end of a play with 33 seconds left in Maryville football’s Week 5 matchup with St. Pius X, it signified much more than just moving onto the next down. Read more

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HARRISONVILLE, Mo. — The game started the same way as usual for the Maryville football team: Fans showed up prepared to cheer, and the players ran out of the locker room hyped up and ready to play. However, the game ended with a result that the Spoofhounds have not experienced since 2005. Read more

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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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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…

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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. 

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It takes a lot of work to keep grass football fields looking good. Following the games, grass is visibly trampled, run over and torn through to dirt throughout the field. After Week 5, Maryville’s field maintenance crew will likely spend most of their time in the end zones.

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During the course of a football game, there are a multitude of plays that take place, but when the ball hit the ground to signal the end of a play with 33 seconds left in Maryville football’s Week 5 matchup with St. Pius X, it signified much more than just moving onto the next down.

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The Maryville boys soccer team participated in the Excelsior Springs Tournament Sept. 9-11, marking the Spoofhounds’ second tournament in as many weeks. In their first, the Barstow Tournament, they went 1-0-1 before their final game was canceled due to rain.

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After earning the first win of the 2021 season, the Maryville football team will make its home debut against MEC foe St. Pius X, the conference’s reigning champion.