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The Bulldogs improved to 3-2 with the conference road win.
High school roundup: Parsons' scoring spree leads Notre Dame boys soccer team (09/21/14)
All scores were reported to the Southeast Missourian on Saturday.
Flat second half sends Central football team to first loss of season (09/20/14)
The Tigers led by 16 points at halftime but fell from the rank of unbeatens with 32-22 loss to Ladue Horton Watkins.
Jackson football team overwhelms Poplar Bluff (09/20/14)
Jackson scored twice in the first two minutes in its 42-0 defeat of Poplar Bluff.
Scott City football team downs Chaffee 28-6 (09/20/14)
The Rams scored all their points in the second and third quarters Friday night to come away with a 28-6 win over the conference rival Chaffee Red Devils at Scott City High School, flipping the script from last year's meeting when Chaffee routed Scott City by a 35-point margin.
Indian runners take top spots at Central Tiger Invitational (09/20/14)
The Indians grabbed the top four spots and took first place as a team with 11 points at the 50th running of the Central Tiger Invitational on Saturday. Central cross country coach Mark Hahn said 20 teams participated, the largest amount to ever compete in the annual race.
Two blocked punts help Portageville down Hayti 34-18 (09/20/14)
davidj@standard-democrat.com HAYTI -- One week after watching a fourth quarter lead slip away, the Portageville Bulldogs found themselves in danger of doing the same thing Friday night against Hayti. Trailing 28-18 with just under eight minutes left in the game, Hayti found themselves with first-and-goal on the Portageville three-yard line with plenty of momentum behind them. ...
NMCC runs wild against Charleston 72-30 (09/20/14)
sports@standard-democrat.com CHARLESTON -- Week after week the Charleston Bluejays continue to search for positives. They found two in Tennerious Ewing and Tyler Craig, but Charleston still came up empty. The struggling Bluejays lost their fifth game in a row in a lopsided 72-30 loss to New Madrid County Central Friday...
Eagles can't stop high-powered Green Wave (09/20/14)
sports@standard-democrat.com MALDEN -- Just as impressive as Malden's undefeated start to the year has been how they've done it. Nearing the midway point of the season the Green Wave have dominated the opposition in winning by an average of 46 points per game, including a 71-8 drubbing of Scott City last week...
High school roundup: Kelly football collects first road win, shutout in Kentucky (09/20/14)
All scores were reported to the Southeast Missourian on Friday.
Dexter football team unable to overcome electric start by Caruthersville (09/20/14)
Note: A photo gallery of the action is available at this link: View Photos Here Editor's note: This story will also be available in the Tuesday morning print edition of Dexter Daily Statesman. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. - The Dexter Bearcats went toe-to-toe with the Caruthersville Tigers in the second half but was unable to overcome one of its slowest starts of the season Friday night...
Caruthersville starts strong against Dexter (09/20/14)
CARUTHERSVILLE - The Dexter Bearcats varsity football team played the Caruthersville Tigers to a 13-13 stalemate in the second half but was unable to recover from a slow start Friday night losing 40-20. The Tigers scored two touchdowns in each of the first two quarters. Caruthersville jumped out to a 14-0 lead with 4:26 remaining in the first quarter...
Scott City downs Chaffee 28-6 (09/20/14)
SCOTT CITY -- A year can make all the difference in high school football. Just ask Scott City. The Rams scored all their points in the second and third quarters Friday night to come away with a 28-6 win over the conference rival Chaffee Red Devils at Scott City High School, flipping the script from last year's meeting when Chaffee routed Scott City by a 35-point margin...
Lift for Life football team snaps losing streak with win over St. Vincent (09/20/14)
The Hawks ended a 28-game losing streak with a 6-0 win over the Indians.
Kennett loses big to Green County Tech (09/20/14)
It was easy to sense the frustration from Kennett head coach Aaron Pixley. His Indians football team suffered it's third straight loss of the season at the hands of Green County Tech (GCT), to a score of 39-15. It's easily their biggest defeat of the season.
Kelly softball team overwhelms Portageville with bunts (09/19/14)
Five successful bunts scored three runs in the fourth as the Hawks came away with a 5-2 victory over the Portageville Bulldogs on Thursday at Kelly High School.
PREP ROUNDUP: Portageville volleyball leads the way at Gideon, Sikeston volleyball notches win (09/19/14)
sports@standard-democrat.com GIDEON -- Portageville, New Madrid County Central and Charleston all advanced to the tournament portion of the Gideon Volleyball Tournament while Richland fell just short in pool play Thursday night. Portageville defeated Delta C-7 (25-9, 25-13), Cooter (25-21, 25-16) and then split with NMCC (25-15, 22-25) to advance to Saturday's tournament play while the Lady Eagles split with Cooter (24-26, 25-13) and swept Delta C-7 (25-21, 25-15)...
Chaffee softball team breaks slump, plays spoiler in 12-11 win over Sikeston (09/19/14)
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- On a night they honored the past, the Sikeston Lady Bulldogs fell back into some old habits. Sikeston's first softball coach, Connie Spears, was honored before the game as part of Sikeston's Alumni Day Tuesday but Chaffee dampened the mood following a 12-11 Lady Devil win...
Late goals by Poplar Bluff doom Bulldogs 2-1 (09/19/14)
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- With an early second half goal from senior Audie Hay, the Sikeston Bulldogs were in prime position Thursday to hand visiting Poplar Bluff its first district loss of the season. Jeffry Hardin had other plans, however, as the Mules' sophomore scored twice in the final 20 minutes to hand Sikeston its second straight loss, 2-1...
Kelly pulls away from Portageville 5-2 (09/19/14)
BENTON -- Heading into the bottom of the fourth inning, Kelly's softball team was still searching for its first hit of the game. A pitching duel highlighted the first 3 1/2 innings as both teams remained scoreless, but the Hawks stayed the course. Kelly coach Rhonda Ratledge told her team to continue to bunt, a decision that eventually reaped positive results...