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It's been a rough couple of weeks for Will Ferrell. First, there was the chicken pox. Then a kidney infection. His Monday night was took a turn for the better. Ferrell threw seven strong innings to hold second-seeded Kennett...
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: St. Vincent baseball's Rellergert throws perfect game
St. Vincent's Jordan Rellergert threw a perfect game as the Indians defeated visiting De Soto 3-0 in high school baseball action Monday. Rellergert recorded 10 strikeouts and walked three batters in the gem. Noah Niswonger blasted a solo home run to pace the Indians (14-6)...
Woodland softball wins big over Advance to reach district semifinals
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Before her team went to bat in the bottom of the third inning, Woodland softball coach Andrea Arnold urged her team, "We have got to get it kicked into high gear." The fourth-seeded Cardinals were having no trouble getting runners on in the first two innings, but had only one run to show for it against the fifth-seeded Advance Hornets in a Class 1 District 4 quarterfinal...
PREP ROUNDUP: SCC escapes Risco, Sikeston loses to Poplar Bluff in PKs
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- Gavin Pobst tripled and Jeffery Porter pitched six strong innings during the Braves' home win. Pobst, finished 3 for 3 with three RBI while Jacob Brown added three hits and three runs. Jordan Crone chipped in with a 2-3 effort for Scott County Central (6-3) as well...
Sikeston splits SEMO Conference Tournament doubleheader, falls to Poplar Bluff in semifinal
email@example.com CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. -- Sikeston's SEMO Conference revenge tour began with promise, but hit a snag on a chilly evening at Capaha Park. A pitching gem from Trent Sidwell avenged an earlier loss to start Monday's SEMO Conference Tournament doubleheader but the Bulldogs couldn't keep it going an hour and half later in a different city...
Senath-Hornersville and Holcomb fall in BCT first round upsets
Senath-Hornersville's late-season trouble continued Monday, as the second place Lions squandered a 4-0 lead before falling to seventh place South Pemiscot 6-5 in the first round of the Bootheel Conference Tournament.
Jackson falls to Sikeston in first round of conference tournament
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Jackson coach Bryan Austin thought Monday's game was very similar to the first time his team faced the Sikeston Bulldogs. The biggest difference was the weather and who came out on top. Jackson, who defeated Sikeston earlier this season in its regular season conference tilt 3-2 in 10 innings, dropped its first-round game in the SEMO Conference Baseball Tournament to the Bulldogs 2-1...
Notre Dame baseball rallies past Cape Central in first round of SEMO Conference tourney
Ben Womack did a little bit of everything for Notre Dame on Monday. The sophomore center fielder finished 2-for-2 with three RBIs and chased down five of the final eight outs to secure the third-seeded Bulldogs' 7-2 win over sixth-seeded Cape Girardeau Central in the opening round of the SEMO Conference Baseball Tournament at Notre Dame Regional High School...
May 2, 2016 Scoreboard
All the high school sports scores reported to Semoball.com.
SEMO Conference baseball tournament will hold first-round, semifinal games today
The rain-plagued SEMO Conference baseball tournament, which was supposed to be holding its championship game tonight, will get fully underway today with games at three locations in the area. Three of the first-round games that originally were scheduled for Friday finally will be played this afternoon, with the winners advancing to the semifinals this evening at Capaha Field...
Perryville girls soccer grabs bragging rights over St. Vincent in crosstown rivalry
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- No matter how you frame it, a rivalry always matters. When you are neighbors, friends and share the same home field, winning matters. It had been three years since Perryville girls soccer had defeated crosstown rival St. Vincent, but on Friday the Pirates clung on for dear life and a 2-0 victory, allowing their senior class to bookend its career with wins over the Indians...
Talent for all seasons: Cape Central's Al Young named Southeast Missourian Boys Basketball Player of the Year
Make no mistake about it -- football comes first for Al Young. But that wasn't always the case, and it shouldn't take away from what he accomplished on the basketball court during his four-year career at Cape Central.
2016 All-Missourian Boys Basketball
2016 All-Missourian Boys Basketball selections
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Jackson soccer improves to 14-2
Cassidi Tomsu netted two goals and had one assist to lead the Jackson girls soccer team to a 3-1 victory over Northwest in Cedar Hill, Missouri. Natalie Miller scored the other goal for Jackson (14-2). Lauren Bertrand and Megan Clifford each had an assist for the Indians...
Wills reaches "pinnacle" taking over Sikeston girls basketball team
SIKESTON -- The desire to be a head basketball coach never left Alisha Wills. The fire to one day lead a team was the hottest when she was leading Three Rivers College to its first-ever Region-XVI championship. It lessened when her two children became priority...
Wilbourn's work ethic pays off with Missouri Valley signing
After Steven Wilbourn signed on to continue his basketball career at Missouri Valley College, both he and his coaches evoked a consistent theme of hard work which led him to this point.
Leopold softball seniors enjoy final bow in breezy win over Oak Ridge
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- In their final game on their home field, three Leopold softball seniors were able to walk off with smiles on their faces. The Wildcats swung the bats, made Oak Ridge its own worst enemy and blew by the Bluejays for a 17-1 victory Thursday...
PREP ROUNDUP: Portageville bests East Prairie, NMCC edges Cooter
firstname.lastname@example.org Ian Torrey blasted a home run and drove in three runs as the Bulldogs edged the Eagles to get the win on the road. Bailey Cook pitched four innings to get the win for Portageville (13-9). He gave up no runs on four hits, struck out two and walked two batters...
2016 All-Missourian Girls Basketball
Jersey number: 10 Height: 5-foot-7 Position: Point guard AAU/travel team: TC Hoops Favorite team tradition: Jamming before games Favorite memory from the season: Having a dance competition at the Queen of Hearts Tournament Favorite spot on the floor to shoot from: 15-foot jumper...
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Perryville golf places third at conference tourney
The Perryville golf team finished third overall in the team standings at the Jefferson County Activities Association Conference Tournament on Wednesday at Ste. Genevieve Golf Club in Ste. Genvieve, Missouri. Brock Kurre shot a 92 to finish with the top score for the Pirates and earn all-conference honors, while Colin Prost and Connor Schappius each finished with a 93 to be named all-conference. Dalton Duvall added a 98 for Perryville...