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Maryville volleyball lost its final match of the season in the Class 3 District 16 Championship game to Midland Empire Conference foe Benton. The Spoofhounds (19-16-2) lost their final volleyball match of the season in a 3-1 defeat to the Benton Cardinals (24-9-1) Oct. 24. Read moreSeason ends in district tournament for Maryville volleyball

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Maryville volleyball ended a three-game skid with the full return of senior setter Anastyn Pettlon, who was battling an unspecified ankle injury until Oct. 3, as the Spoofhounds look ahead to their match on Oct. 6 at 6:15 p.m. at Benton in St. Joseph. Read moreMaryville volleyball ends three-game losing streak against Mid-Buchanan, prepares for Benton

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Maryville girls soccer senior midfielder Cleo Johnson watched as the ball bounced on the grass beside her. She fixed her gaze at the only thing that could stop her from giving the Spoofhounds their first goal of the contest: St. Pius X girls soccer senior goalkeeper Holly Modlin. Read moreMaryville girls soccer loses ninth consecutive game to St. Pius X

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The rain, seemingly a torrential downpour compared to the dry Tuesday morning, fell down onto the field at the Hound Pound. In the middle of the rain, Maryville girls soccer battled for a shot of revenge against Pleasant Hill — a chance to avenge last year’s season-ending loss to the Chicks … Read moreMaryville girls soccer misses chance to avenge 2021 state quarterfinals loss, falls to Pleasant Hill

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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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On game days, Maryville coach Kelly Obley dons a green-and-white-striped sweater accessorized with beaming optimism. After another nail-biting contest Feb. 14, a 51-49 loss to Cameron, Obley quickly highlighted how her Spoofhounds can grow moving forward in the dwindling season. Read moreMaryville girls basketball hopes to snap skid before district tournament

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Maryville girls basketball is enjoying its longest stretch of success of the season after defeating Lathrop 68-47 Feb. 1, bumping its win streak to six. Although it was her team’s most recent win, coach Kelly Obley was more excited about the game prior to the matchup against the Mules. Read moreMaryville girls basketball used Cameron Tournament to extend win streak

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With 15 seconds remaining in Maryville girls basketball’s matchup with East Buchanan Jan. 18, the Spoofhounds were on the brink of losing their fourth game in a row. Bulldogs sophomore guard Hilarry Elifits eyed the north basket at the Hound Pound before sinking a 3-pointer to give East Buch… Read moreMaryville girls basketball earns nail-biting victory against East Buchanan

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The Maryville softball team struggled to find any offensive rhythm against dominant pitching, and the Spoofhounds finished their season 5-21 with an 11-0 loss in five innings to No. 1 seed Chillicothe in the first round of district play Oct. 12 in Chillicothe, Missouri. Read moreMaryville softball ends season with loss to MEC foe Chillicothe in first round of districts

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The Maryville softball team is hoping to find consistency and lock in, mentally, as defensive mistakes led the Spoofhounds to a 12-0 loss in five innings in their matchup against Savannah Oct. 5 at the ’Hound pound. Read moreOffensive inconsistency, defensive mishaps plague Maryville softball in loss to MEC foe Savannah

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The Northwest golf team bounced back from a high-scoring first round with a 13-shot improvement to finish tied for 11th out of 16 teams in the 22nd annual Northeastern State University Women’s Golf Classic Sept. 13-14 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.  Read moreImprovement evident as Northwest golf returns from Oklahoma road trip

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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.. Read moreMaryville volleyball works through coaching changes, prepares for season

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As Maryville track and field found itself in Chillicothe for another successful road showing April 9, it was once again Junior Brooklynn Holtman taking center stage for the Spoofhounds, helping lead the girls team to a top three placing at the Joe Shy Relays. Read moreHoltman's 40-point performance lifts Spoofhounds to third place finish at Joe Shy Relays

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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. Read moreMaryville track and field set to avenge lost season due to COVID-19

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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. Read moreMaryville girls basketball coach retires, leaves program in assistant's hands

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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 moreMaryville girls basketball heads to district title game with third win over Savannah

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Winter weather is in full effect as the second game in as many weeks for Maryville girls basketball was postponed due to inclement weather conditions. The Spoofhounds’ Feb. 15 matchup against Cameron was postponed to Feb. 17. Read moreMaryville girls basketball fights winter weather in final weeks of regular season

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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 moreMaryville girls basketball sets sights on second-straight MEC title

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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 moreMaryville girls basketball extends win streak with blowout of Lathrop amid coach's absence

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After a congested week of high-level matchups, Maryville girls basketball (12-1) was gifted with a break from competition. This hiatus came after the Spoofhounds’ Jan. 21 matchup against Bishop LeBlond (12-4) was postponed to Feb. 3 due to COVID-19 related issues. Read moreMaryville girls basketball utilizes unexpected break to prepare for Cameron Tournament

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It’d be an understatement to say tough battles on the road have characterized the games Maryville girls basketball (12-1) has encountered in recent weeks. Additionally, the Spoofhounds managed to navigate an unusually dense number of games in one week. Read moreMaryville girls basketball traverses challenging schedule to continue hot streak

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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 moreMaryville girls basketball looks to carry winter break momentum into the new semester

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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 moreMaryville volleyball celebrates its first state championship with hometown crowd

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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 moreMaryville girls basketball sets sights on challenging season ahead

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Maryville girls soccer senior midfielder Cleo Johnson watched as the ball bounced on the grass beside her. She fixed her gaze at the only thing that could stop her from giving the Spoofhounds their first goal of the contest: St. Pius X girls soccer senior goalkeeper Holly Modlin.

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Welcome to the final edition of Walk the Talk, the weekly mailbag column that’s existed for roughly two years with the purpose of answering — or at least trying my best to answer — your questions regarding Northwest Athletics.

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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.