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Maryville football will play Savannah in the Class 3 District 8 Tournament Championship Nov. 11 in the ’Hound Pound. This game is more than a district championship game for the Savages and Spoofhounds; it's the latest edition of the Highway 71 rivalry. Read moreHighway 71 rivalry reawakens in Maryville football's Class 3 Distirct 8 Tournament Championship

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Maryville football senior running back Drew Burns ran his route and got near the Spoofhounds sideline as junior quarterback Derek Quinlin threw him the ball. Burns made a sliding catch, hitting a patch of water on the field, formed from the downpour over the course of the day. Read moreMaryville football advances to district title game for 10th consecutive season

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Coming off the bye week Maryville football will play St. Pius X in the second round of the Class 3 District 8 Tournament. This game has big stakes on the line as the winner of this game will advance to the district tournament championship. Read more'I call it excitement. I call it energy': Maryville football set for rematch with St. Pius X in second round of districts

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Maryville football clinched the first seed in its district for the ninth time since coach Matt Webb took over the program in 2012. The No. 1 seed secures Maryville home-field advantage throughout the Missouri Class 3 District 8 Tournament. Read moreMaryville football gets week off after securing top seed in district bracket

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Maryville football has its eyes set on the Midland Empire Conference championship heading into the final week of the regular season. The only team that can take the championship away from the Spoofhounds is St. Pius X. Read moreMaryville football looks to close out regular season against Lafayette-St. Joseph

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Only 31 miles separate Maryville football and its rival in Savannah, and the Spoofhounds will shorten that distance Oct. 14 and travel roughly 33 minutes to play their Highway 71 rival for the coveted Highway 71 trophy. Read moreMaryville football aims for 11th consecutive year of ownership over Highway 71 trophy

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Maryville boys’ soccer freshman midfielder Tuan Jacobson shined for the Spoofhounds as he scored one goal and two assists to help propel Maryville to a 5-0 win against Chillicothe in the conference opener at Bearcat Pitch Sept. 13. Read moreMaryville boys' soccer starts conference play with win over Chillicothe

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After losing to Blair Oaks in Week 1, Maryville football was looking to earn its first win of the 2022 season. The Spoofhounds had the opportunity to do just that in front of the home crowd in the ’Hound Pound. Read moreQuinlin shines, leads Maryville football to win over Harrisonville in home opener

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WARRENSBURG, Mo. — Over 155 miles from home, Maryville football took the field inside Audrey J. Walton Stadium Aug. 26 in Warrensburg, Missouri. There, for 48 minutes, Maryville and Blair Oaks played for the chance to start the new season off with a win. Read moreMaryville football starts season with loss to Blair Oaks

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The Smithville Invitational served, in some ways, as a competitive awakening for Maryville track and field. After 163 miles of travel, the Spoofhounds returned with a second-place finish for the boys and a 10th-place finish for the girls. Read moreMaryville track and field showcases versatility at Smithville Invitational

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Maryville track and field returned to action for the Northwest Missouri High School Invite March 19 inside the Carl and Cheryl Hughes Fieldhouse. Returning standouts from both teams led the Spoofhounds to top-five finishes in the team standings. Read moreHoltman, Flores-Hernandez shine for Maryville track and field at Northwest Missouri High School Invite

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Maryville boys basketball may have been younger than its opponents, but the Spoofhounds ended the year 15-12 and are hopeful the experience they garnered while navigating through the trials and tribulations of the season will lead to a successful future. Read moreMaryville boys basketball looks back on season, prepares for offseason

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Stretching from the Rocky Mountains to Ohio, U.S. Highway 36 is nearly 1,414 miles long. But just three miles south of this 96-year-old road is Cameron High School — the site for the Cameron Tournament and the site for Maryville boys basketball's latest win. Read moreMaryville boys basketball gets win over Lawson, looks to rematch with Smithville in Cameron Tournament

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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. Read moreMaryville wrestling returns from road trip to MEC Tournament with four medals in hand

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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. Read moreMaryville soccer wraps up historic season with third-place finish in Class 1

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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. Read moreMaryville football slain by Richmond in Class 2 quarterfinal

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Saturday in the fall is typically a day designated to college football. This week won’t be any different, of course, but there will be an addition. The Maryville football team will play on the same day as the Northwest football team. Read moreMaryville football preps for postseason rematch with Richmond in Class 2 quarterfinals

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After the team started 0-2 for the first time since 2005, some fans may have never expected they’d be playing for a championship, but that’s exactly where Maryville football is — the Class 2 District 7 title game. Read moreMaryville football set to host Macon with district title hanging in the balance

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The postseason is designed to eventually find the best of the best of any given sport. In the case of the Maryville football team, it left little speculation as to which team was the better of the two Friday evening. Read moreMaryville football blows out Trenton, punches ticket to Class 2 District 7 title game

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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 moreMaryville soccer clinches second straight district title with overtime win over top-seeded Summit Christian

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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 moreMaryville football rides running backs, defense to blowout over Lafayette in regular-season finale

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Maryville football cruised to a 49-14 victory over Lafayette-St. Joseph Oct. 21 in St. Joseph, Missouri. This win secured the Spoofhounds a share of the Midland Empire Conference title for the first time since the 2019 season.