Central Girls Tennis Team Triumphs Over Savannah Savages: Senior Night Match Next
The Central Girls Tennis Team recently won against the Savannah Savages in the last week of the regular season. They started with a 2-1 win in doubles, and clinched the overall 5-4 win with the last singles match. The doubles winners were Alisha Gupta/Hattie Adkins and Brooklyn Gaume/Sienna Tobin.
KMAland Tennis (9/25): Maryville, Savannah girls drop duals
(KMAland) -- The Maryville and Savannah girls tennis teams dropped duals in KMAland action on Monday. 1S (BL): Emily Weddle def. Carsen Burns (6-0) 2S (BL): Iris Ideker def. Keagan Wilmes (6-0) 3S (BL): Hillary Bui def. Kori Quinlin (6-0) 4S (M): Jaci Elston def. Ireland Roberston (7-6 (7-4)) 5S...
Savannah Savages Score Third Consecutive Shutout, Coach Hays Shares Insights
The Savannah Savages marked a notable win on their Homecoming night, registering a third straight shutout victory. They defeated the Benton Cardinals 50-0. According to their Head Coach, Anthony Hays, the team's defense has been instrumental in their success, as was evident in the match against Benton. Post-game, Hays spoke highly of Savannah's defensive form. Despite a slow start against Portageville in their first game, he showed confidence in his team's continuing success. However, he acknowledged the unpredictable challenges in the Mec each week, underlining that past victories don't guarantee a successful future.
Spoofhound tennis falls to Savannah
The Maryville Spoofhound Girls Tennis lost to Savannah 0-9 on September 19 in Maryville. Additional photos can be found on Pages 15 of this week’s NNL.
Mustangs founder Dan Gerson passes away at 68
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The St. Joseph Mustangs organization announced Tuesday afternoon that founder Dan Gerson has passed away at the age of 68. Daniel Gerson, born in Chicago on May 21, 1955, spent nearly 18 years as a commodity trader at the Chicago Board of Trade. Dan retired from trading and moved to Kansas City where he raised his family, including coaching baseball teams for his son Tyler and Luke. Dan had moved back to Chicago most recently, with his girlfriend Natalie Nedblake, who spent many years by Dan’s side.
Bishop LeBlond Eagles Secure Victory Over East Buchanan Bulldogs in Four-Set Battle
In a surprising turn of events, Bishop LeBlond Eagles won three consecutive sets after an initial loss to the East Buchanan Bulldogs. This victory improved the Eagles' season record to 12-2, and marked a significant second loss for the Bulldogs, leaving their score at 18-2.
Savannah beats Cardinals, records third-straight shutout
(SAVANNAH, Mo.) For the third time this season, the Savannah Savages football team held a team scoreless Friday night. The Savages beat Benton, 50-0, on Homecoming. Savannah improves to 4-1 while Benton falls to 1-4.
Griffon football ahead of schedule in just four weeks
Tyler Fenwick saw a month of accomplishments, but the first-year head football coach for Missouri Western is happy it’s all out of the way now. It was never a matter of if Fenwick would get his first win with Western, but rather when. The staff didn’t take long to check that off the list when they defeated Lincoln on the road in week two.
Youthful King City excited after first win of the season
(King City) -- King City football has battled through a tough early season slate, but this past Friday night the youthful Wildkats nabbed their first win. While there were plenty of ups and downs along the rollercoaster of their 74-68 win over Pattonsburg on Friday, Coach Micah Breckenridge says his kids were happy to get a win on the board.
St. Joseph Sports Commission Hosts first marathon
The St. Joseph Sports Commission hosted the city's first marathon on Sat, September 23, 2023. From 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Hunter Civic Center Park. Brett Esely, Race director and the Director of Development and the Sports Commission. “We had our first meeting in May 2022,” Esely said....
Albany Warriors Triumph Over North Andrew Cardinals; Season Score 3-1
The Albany Warriors secured a victory against the North Andrew Cardinals, improving their season's record to 3-1. The game started with the Albany Warriors setting a quick pace. However, an early mistake on their part allowed the Cardinals to recover. Despite North Andrew scoring initial points, the Warriors came back strong, primarily because of their outstanding player, Elliott Mercer. Mercer's performance was instrumental in shifting the momentum of the game towards the Warriors, helping them achieve this victory.
St. Joseph, Missouri Hosts First Successful Marathon Attracting Nationwide Runners
St. Joseph in Missouri held its inaugural marathon event, attracting over 500 runners from across the United States, including runners from states as far as South Carolina and California. This event, which started at Civic Center Park in the heart of the city, showcases the strong community spirit in St. Joseph and its ability to handle large-scale events.
🏈 Miscues doom Tigers at Missouri Western State
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - The Fort Hays State football team couldn't overcome five turnovers and a blocked punt and lost 28-7 at Missouri Western Saturday afternoon at Spratt Memorial Stadium. The game, which was originally scheduled for a 6 p.m. kickoff Saturday night but was moved up to noon due...
Savannah High School volleyball outlasts Benton in 5 set thriller
(SAVANNAH, MO) - The Savannah High School volleyball team took down Benton 3-2 in 5 sets on Thursday night. The Savages improve to 10-1-2 on the year, Benton drops to 6-5. Savannah hosts Lawson next on Tuesday, September 26th. Benton hosts Lathrop on the 26th.
Wright awarded MIAA Defensive Athlete of the Week
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association has announced its Football Athletes of the Week, presented by Mammoth Turf, for week four of the 2023 season. MIAA Defensive Athlete of the Week – Brayden Wright, Missouri Western. Brayden Wright went off for a big day in...
KMAland Tennis (9/21): Maryville, Savannah girls cruise to wins
(KMAland) -- The Maryville and Savannah girls both rolled to wins while Nebraska City competed at the Waverly Tournament on Thursday in KMAland tennis. Check out the rundown below. GIRLS: Maryville 8 Cameron 1. Carsen Burns, Kori Quinlin, Jaci Elston, Kate Hannigan and Madison Hennigin all posted 2-0 duals for...
Griffon Tennis takes home back draw championship at ITA Regionals
EDMOND, Okla. — Griffon Tennis wrapped up their stay down south at the ITA Regionals Tournament, taking home multiple victories as well as two back draw championships thanks to the doubles team of newcomer Maria Saez and Anya Chavez. Chavez went 3-1 to win the backside of the singles...
Western defense shows out in home win
Missouri Western football defeated Fort Hays State 28-7 on Saturday, notching their third-straight victory and marking their first 3-1 start since 2015. Western was the highest scoring offense in the MIAA heading into Saturday’s contest, and came out the gate looking like another high-scoring performance was on the docket with the help of their defense.
Griffon Volleyball hosts William Jewell in non-con match
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Ending a five-match homestand, Griffon Volleyball wraps up their opening run at the Looney Complex on Tuesday at 6 p.m. vs. non-conference opponent William Jewell inside the MWSU Fieldhouse. TICKETS + WHERE TO WATCH. Fans can watch all Griffon Volleyball home matches for a subscription...
Griffons Get Trampled By Jennies, Shut Out Lions
The Griffon women’s soccer team split their home slate weekend losing on Friday Sept. 22 to non-conference opponent University of Central Missouri 1-0 and winning on Sunday Sept. 24 in their conference opener against Missouri Southern State University, 2-0. In past matchups against the Jennies, the Griffons are 1-33....