Coming off a performance in which they were outmatched against William Chrisman Nov. 27, the Maryville Spoofhounds girls basketball team was able to bounce back to take fifth place in the Savannah Tournament Dec. 1 against the Savannah Savages. Read more
Coming off a stretch of six days without game action, the Maryville girls basketball team was back at it Nov. 27 against William Chrisman in the first round of the Savannah Tournament. Read more
The 2018-19 Maryville girls basketball team will have some familiar faces on the court, with the entire varsity squad returning from last year, featuring experienced seniors and a crop of young talent behind them. Read more
Runners from the Maryville cross country team took part in their last meet of the 2018 season Nov. 3 at the Oak Hills Golf Course in Jefferson City. Read more
Maryville boys and girls cross country saw the 2018 seasons come to an end at the MSHSAA Class 3 District 8 Meet Oct. 27 at Donaldson-Westside Park in Maryville. Read more
Maryville cross country had perhaps its best showing of the year at the Midland Empire Conference Championship Meet Oct. 18 in Savannah, finishing the day with eight All-MEC runners. Read more
Maryville softball ended the season in MSHSAA Class 3 District 16 Tournament vs. St. Joseph-Lafayette. The Spoofhounds dropped a nail biter losing 10-9 against the Fighting Irish. Read more
As Maryville volleyball walked out onto the court to dominant conference rival Savannah Sept 23, the schedule loomed as it enters its closing period with only one home game left against Plattsburg Oct. 8. Read more
Spoofhound softball plated runs early and often against South Holt Sept. 25 as Maryville celebrated its senior night with a 17-0 win. Read more
The Maryville softball team won three games in the Stanberry tournament to take home first place. The ‘Hounds were rolling on offense in the tournament, scoring over seven runs in each game. Read more
In what was a busy week of matches, Maryville was able to capture two solid victories against Bishop LeBlond and St. Joseph-Benton. Read more
Following a weekend in which they suffered their second loss of the season against St. Charles West in the Hannibal tournament, the Spoofhounds righted the ship, winning their second consecutive game to remain perfect in conference play. Read more
HAMILTON, Mo- Maryville girls basketball finds itself in the second round of the district tournament for the first time in coach Quentin Albrecht’s tenure after a 30-28 win over Brookfield Feb. 19. Read more
Maryville girls basketball team wraps up its regular season with a flurry of games while it tries to upset a few teams in the district tournament.
Freshman Serena Sundell had herself a game Feb. 12 when the Spoofhounds (10-11) beat Cameron 55-34. Coach Quentin Albrecht said that Sundell was at her best against the Dragons.
“Serena had a really good night (Monday),” Albrecht said. “She was really in a rhythm shooting the basketball and by halftime she had 11 points, scored all nine of our points in the second quarter. Then, in the third quarter, she really went off and scored 16 points, and hit three 3’s and finished up her night with six points in the fourth quarter.”
Sundell had a historic night breaking two records while slaying the Dragons. Her 33 points in the game proved to be the largest single-game point total in school history. Sundell came into Cameron with 400 points on the year. Her night pushed her season total to 433 which broke the Maryville single-season scoring record.
With the majority of the regular season in the rearview mirror, Junior Emma Baldwin said the team needs to focus on what they can control.
“We need to go out there and play our hardest every single minute of every single game,” Baldwin said. “We just need to play the game we know how to play, and control what we can control. If something doesn’t go our way, all we have to say is ‘so what? now what?’ We have to keep the intensity going.”
The Hounds travel to Hamilton Feb. 19 to take on Brookfield in the first round of districts. Albrecht explained the Hounds are in a good spot to make some waves.
“We have an eye on that district tournament,” Albrecht said. “We feel very good going into the district tournament; we’ve been playing well and like our draw, we like our seed and we like how the bracket plays out. Our goal we set a few weeks ago was to make some noise and that’s all we want to do.”
Maryville was given the three seed in the Class 3 District 16 tournament. Along with sharing their coaches point of view, Baldwin explained the bond the team has created will help them in the postseason.
“We just want to go out and make some noise,” Baldwin said. “We just have to stick together and continue to push each other to play our hardest and play smart each game from here on out.”
The junior varsity season will come to a close after the Feb. 15 game against Savannah, Albrecht said the main goal for the future is making sure the young core stays together.
“We talked a lot about retention,” Albrecht said. “We have 18 girls out, three of them will graduate, that gives us 15 underclassmen, and we want to retain all of them and add to those numbers. We not only want to increase the quality of those players but the quantity as well.” Read more
The Stoecklein household gets to experience one of the most unique and rare opportunities for a family involved in athletics. Many basketball nights in Maryville, Missouri, is almost a family night for the Stoecklein’s, with three of the members participating in the games. Read more
A near 30-game losing streak and five wins combined in the 2013-2015 seasons made for a serious problem in the Maryville Girls basketball program. Read more
To anyone across Maryville who has never heard of Serena Sundell, consider this your wakeup call. The freshman is leading the Maryville girls basketball team in nearly every statistical category, and she’s making it look easy in the process. Read more
In with the new out with the old, a constant cycle of replacement, but once the system is broken your favorite high school athletics may suffer. Read more
An injured Maryville cross country team arrived in Smithville last Saturday with its future hanging in the balance. The Spoofhounds had been decimated by injuries all season, but four runners still managed to qualify for the Class 3 State meet. Read more
Maryville cross country had perhaps its best showing of the year at the Midland Empire Conference Championship Meet Oct. 18 in Savannah, finishing the day with eight All-MEC runners.
Maryville softball ended the season in MSHSAA Class 3 District 16 Tournament vs. St. Joseph-Lafayette. The Spoofhounds dropped a nail biter losing 10-9 against the Fighting Irish.
The Maryville softball program has reached unfamiliar territory as the season is coming to an end. For the first time in coach Chandra Demotts’ tenure, the team has posted a record above .500 at 12-8.
As Maryville volleyball walked out onto the court to dominant conference rival Savannah Sept 23, the schedule loomed as it enters its closing period with only one home game left against Plattsburg Oct. 8.
Maryville softball is coming off of a 14-3 loss against Lafayette on Oct. 1, marking the team’s second loss in the last two games. The Hounds are preparing to turn things around as the postseason approaches.
Preseason expectations are still surviving for the Maryville golf team, as a second place Class 1 District 9 finish pushes it to the next level in the postseason.
Maryville tennis entered district play Oct. 2 after a five-day stretch of no action. It didn’t matter though, as the Spoofhounds prevailed against Trenton 5-2, setting up a date with MEC rival Savannah Oct. 3.