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For the third straight season, Maryville girls basketball will compete in a district championship game. The Spoofhounds (22-1) earned their spot in the final game of the Class 4 District 16 Tournament with a 60-42 victory over MEC foe Savannah (14-11) March 2 in the ’Hound Pound. Read more

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With a little more than two weeks until the MSHSAA Class 4 District 16 Tournament, Maryville girls basketball (16-1) is looking to finish the season with its double-digit win streak intact. Sitting atop the MEC at 6-0, the Spoofhounds also prepare to retain their status as queens of the conf… Read more

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Maryville girls basketball (15-1) returned from an extended trip to Cameron, Missouri, to defend an eerily quiet ’Hound Pound from Lathrop (9-9) Feb. 2. The Spoofhounds were missing a key component in coach Quentin Albrecht due to unknown reasons, but confirmed via text that his absence was … Read more

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Maryville girls basketball (9-1) got out to a hot start this season, despite playing in the coldest months of the year. Facing new opponents and traveling to new destinations proved to be no problem as coach Quentin Albrecht is proud of what his team has accomplished thus far. Read more

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The streets of downtown Maryville brimmed with energy the night of Nov. 6 as its citizens gathered to welcome home the 2020 MSHSAA Class 3 volleyball state champions. Between the screams of excited parents and the sirens of the 97.1 The ’Ville truck, it was impossible to perceive anything be… Read more

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Official practices began for high school winter sports across Missouri on Nov. 2. For Maryville girls basketball, the court lacked the shoe squeaks of a few players. The missing girls can still be found on a court in a Maryville jersey, but instead, they’ll be playing for the state-bound vol… Read more

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Like any high school team, Maryville volleyball lost last years’ seniors to graduation. What they didn’t expect, however, was losing two of the three coaches from the roster that brought home the program’s first state championship..

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It’s been more than a year since the Spoofhounds circled the crimson course outside of Maryville High School. As spring sports make their debut after being shut down last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Maryville track athletes are looking to avenge the season they lost.

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The last six seasons for Maryville girls basketball have been some of the best years in the program's history under the supervision of coach Quentin Albrecht. Now, the Spoofhounds will look to continue that upswing of success without Albrecht at command.

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For the third straight season, Maryville girls basketball will compete in a district championship game. The Spoofhounds (22-1) earned their spot in the final game of the Class 4 District 16 Tournament with a 60-42 victory over MEC foe Savannah (14-11) March 2 in the ’Hound Pound.

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With a little more than two weeks until the MSHSAA Class 4 District 16 Tournament, Maryville girls basketball (16-1) is looking to finish the season with its double-digit win streak intact. Sitting atop the MEC at 6-0, the Spoofhounds also prepare to retain their status as queens of the conf…