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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

After suffering its first defeat of the young 2019 season, Maryville girls soccer has put the right foot forward into finding its true identity before heading into the heart of the Midland Empire Conference season.

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.

As the Maryville girls soccer team laced up its cleats and began the 2019 season with a win over a Midland Empire Conference foe, the Spoofhounds put their best foot forward on the new campaign with large goals in mind.

As the Maryville track and field team prepared for its first meet at Herschel Neil Track on the campus of Northwest March 16, its individual and team successes were unanticipated as its entered the weekend without any type of expectation.

With just under a week left before the season starts, Maryville girls soccer is working with what it can to get ready for its home opener against Savannah.

When Maryville track and field started its practices for the 2018-19 season last week, the team focused on preparing for the future and bettering its finishes as compared to last season’s ending.

Maryville girls basketball’s run towards a state berth reached an end in a 47-39 loss to St. Pius X in the Class 3 District 16 championship game Feb. 22 in Kansas City, Missouri.