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An Illinois based band plays at a local dive bar with instruments made out of broken down home appliances. The bass guitar is made out of a washtub. One man plays the washboard. Another, a eucalyptus bamboo digeridoo. The band’s name is the Woodbox Gang and the lead singer, the man who made … Read more

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On this episode of Bearcat Banter Sports Editor Justin Quick and Assistant Sports Editor Andrew Wegley preview the upcoming playoff games for both Northwest and Maryville football. They also hit on Bearcat men's basketball's perfect start to the season along with NFL and NBA headlines Read more


Maryville baseball started the season with a less than stellar pitching performance and an offense that appeared non-existent at times. With the regular season nearing its end, the Spoofhounds have managed to hit their groove at an ideal time.

Winning is something that the Maryville track and field team is accustomed to. With consistent success coming from events like the girl's relays and the distance races, the Spoofhounds are starting to focus on creating another rewarding postseason.

Maryville baseball recently embarked on a journey to Bethany, Missouri, to prove that the team’s early-season offensive woes are in the past as it competed in the inaugural Babe Adams Tournament.

Maryville baseball put its early season woes to rest with an onslaught of offense against East Buchanan April 1. The Spoofhounds topped East Buchanan 18-3 with an explosive second inning.

As the Maryville track and field team slowly becomes more accustomed to consistently good weather and a set group of dedicated athletes, its overall outlook on the season is growing in a positive direction.