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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

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This week on Bearcat Banter, Sports Editor Justin Quick and Assistant Sports Editor Andrew Wegley hit on Bearcat Athletics, Spoofhound football and headlines from the NFL, MLB and NBA. This week's facto or fiction deals with the NFL division leaders and who takes each division. Read more

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This week on Bearcat Banter Sports Editor Justin Quick and Assistant Sports Editor break down the final few games of the season for Bearcat football, volleyball, and cross country. As well as previewing Maryville football's start of district play. National headlines include NFL and MLB this … Read more

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After placing third as a team at the Diffee Ford Lincoln Invitational, Northwest golf enters the second leg of its 2018-19 season with one goal in mind: qualifying for the NCAA Regional Championships.

After closing out the 2018-19 campaign with a win over MIAA conference-rival Washburn, Northwest women’s basketball enters the offseason on a high note with the goal of improvement.

The Northwest golf team is looking to add on from the fall season of finishing 10th in the Central Region Preview, as well as 8th overall in the conference for last year.

Northwest tennis is coming off of a pair of tough losses against two nationally ranked opponents in Springfield, Missouri, March 1-2. The Bearcats trip was unsuccessful, as they were swept in three of the four games played.

Northwest softball will embark on a 395-mile journey to Edmond, Oklahoma, to take on Central Oklahoma to open up a fresh slate of conference games.

As conference play creeps closer for Northwest softball, the Bearcats find themselves at an experience disadvantage heading into the MIAA schedule.

For three seniors on the Northwest women’s basketball roster, it has come down to the final competitive moments of their careers as Bearcats and for them, the road to the present hasn’t been an easy one.

Northwest men’s and women’s tennis started out the spring season strong, picking up wins Feb. 22 over Maryville University in Red Oak, Iowa.

As the final day of the MIAA Championship neared its end Feb. 24, Northwest track and field’s men’s 4-x-400 relay team prepared to take the track for the last race of the day. As they did so, the relay squad was battered and exhausted after three days of competition.