Daily American Republic POPLAR BLUFF -- Darrell Monroe finally took home that elusive Carr Trophy as the most outstanding football player in the SEMO Conference. A finalist for a second straight year, Monroe picked up the...
Farmer wins No. 600, Jays rout Dexter
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 12/04/13
firstname.lastname@example.org CHARLESTON -- For a career as long and storied as that of Charleston head coach Danny Farmer's, plenty of milestones have come along the way. Not the least of which is the seven state titles he's accrued in his time helming the Scott County Central girls' program and his current position as coach of the Bluejays...
PREP ROUNDUP: Lady Bluejays top East Prairie, SCC earns first win
Staff Reports ---- Standard Democrat ~ 12/03/13
email@example.com EAST PRAIRIE -- Coming back from a two-point halftime deficit the Charleston Lady Bluejays took down East Prairie 73-63 for their first win of the season. After taking a five-point advantage out of the first quarter the Lady Bluejays were outscored 27-20 in the second quarter. Only trailing by two-points Charleston came out of the locker room and outscored East Prairie 20-13 in the third to retake the lead...
December 3, 2013 Scoreboard
All the high school sports scores reported to Semoball.com.
Bluejays cruise past Covington 70-47
firstname.lastname@example.org NEW MADRID -- Rebounding from Friday's loss to West Memphis, Ark., the Charleston Bluejays picked up their first win of the season Saturday against Covington, Tenn., on the second day of the Riverbend Classic. Led by Delfincko Bogan's 25 points, the Bluejays pulled away before maintaining a double-digit lead the entire second half en rout to a 70-47 finish...
Inexperience cost Jays in season opener
By Chris Pobst -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/29/13
email@example.com NEW MADRID -- The Charleston Bluejays were stacked with veteran players a season ago who knew how to handle certain situations. Charleston head coach Danny Farmer is having to throw most of his team in the fire this year as he breaks in a new team that lacks experience, which proved costly in their season opener Friday...
Sikeston's junior varsity tops Charleston in tournament
Staff Reports ---- Standard Democrat ~ 11/28/13
CAPE GIRARDEAU -- The Sikeston junior varsity team opened its season with a 66-46 victory over Charleston on Wednesday in the Notre Dame Junior Varsity Tournament. Sikeston trailed 13-9 after one quarter but out-scored the Bluejays 21-10 in the second quarter to take a 30-23 lead into halftime. They continued to extend the lead from there, holding a 49-36 lead heading into the fourth quarter...
Charleston Bluejays set to reload for another playoff push
By Brent Shipman -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/27/13
firstname.lastname@example.org CHARLESTON -- As the adage goes, the Charleston Bluejays never seem to rebuild, they just reload. This perception is backed up by the fact that despite losing a slew of seniors the Bluejays entered the 2013-14 season ranked fifth in the MBCA/MOsports.com preseason poll...
East Prairie takes opener, Charleston and SCC fall
Staff Reports ---- Standard Democrat ~ 11/27/13
Staff Reports email@example.com DELTA -- Kicking off their season on Tuesday the East Prairie Eagles routed the Delta Bobcats 68-23. East Prairie used a strong 18-5 start to distance themselves from the Bobcats before going into the half up 30-17. By outscoring Delta 38-6 in the second half the Eagles locked up the win...
High school roundup: Jackson girls debut with 60-41 win over Farmington
Southeast Missourian ~ 11/27/13
All the local high school events reported Tuesday to the Southeast Missourian.
Lady Jays chase same goal with different look
By Brent Shipman -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/23/13
CHARLESTON -- Though the goal remains the same, a district championship, the Charleston Lady Bluejays will have a different look when they take the floor in 2013. After pounding the ball inside to such imposing presences as E'Neikqua Ewing and Dazique Gillespie the Lady Bluejays will relay on a smaller, faster group of girls as they adjust to a new style of play...
Parity floods this year's SEMO Conference basketball tournament
By Chris Pobst -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/21/13
firstname.lastname@example.org SIKESTON -- Charleston head coach Danny Farmer can't remember a time in the last seven years when seeding the SEMO Conference tournament was this tough. Farmer, who is entering his 16th year as the head coach of the Bluejays, used words like "parity" and "evenly-matched" to describe every team in this year's field of eight...
Scott City stuns Charleston in district quarterfinal
By Brent Shipman -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/01/13
email@example.com CHARLESTON -- Playing the underdogs served Scott City well Thursday night as they kicked off the Class 2, District 1 tournament. Going into third-seeded Charleston's stadium, the sixth-seeded Scott City Rams put up two late touchdowns to stun the Bluejays in a 20-14 win that propels them to the tournament semifinals...
Scott City football team upsets Charleston 20-14
Southeast Missourian ~ 11/01/13
Braden Cox passed for two touchdowns and 56 yards as the sixth-seeded Rams pulled a big upset over the third-seeded Blue Jays with a 20-14 victory in the Class 2 District 1 tournament at Charleston. The Rams jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter when Cox connected with Austin Spriggs on a 4-yard pass with 2 minutes, 31 seconds left in the first quarter, but Charleston quickly replied to tie the game on Devonte Ware's 57-yard run with 1:01 left in the quarter...
Prep Football Glance: District Quarterfinal
Standard Democrat ~ 10/31/13
Our prep football glance gives vital information for our local teams entering their weekly matchups. Learn your team's opponent, go-to players and the series history between the two throughout the season. (5)St. Vincent at (4)Portageville Records: St. Vincent (5-4); Portageville (5-3)...