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Postseason honors for fall sports have been distributed, and a handful of area student-athletes have been recognized for outstanding performances in volleyball, softball and boys soccer. While the bevy of all-state,...
Sikeston JV drops semifinal to Jackson 73-48
Standard Democrat ~ 11/28/15
CAPE GIRARDEAU -- The Sikeston junior varsity basketball team lost in the semifinals of the Notre Dame JV Tournament on Friday to Jackson, 73-48. Sikeston plays in the third place game on Saturday against Saxony Lutheran. Jackson took a 16-11 lead after the first quarter and led 35-19 by halftime...
November 24, 2015 Scoreboard
All the high school sports scores reported to Semoball.com.
Jackson girls basketball team aiming high for 2015-16 season
By Erin Unerstall ~ Southeast Missourian ~ 11/23/15
Don't expect much change from the Jackson girls basketball team that went 19-10 and claimed its third district title in four years last season. The Indians return all but two starters from last year for coach Tyler Abernathy's fifth season. "I think we'll be really competitive," Abernathy said. "I think you'll see us play hard, I think you'll see us run the floor. I don't think we'll be much different than what we've been the last couple of years."...
Jackson boys basketball team ready to continue winning tradition
By Josh Mlot ~ Southeast Missourian ~ 11/23/15
The Jackson boys basketball program has gone through an especially prosperous era the last few seasons, going to three straight Class 5 state quarterfinals and posting back-to-back years of at least 24 wins. The question for the 2015-16 Indians is how firm a foundation that period left, after the graduation of some critical contributors...
Sikeston receives top seed in 2015 SEMO Conference Tournament
By Chris Pobst - Standard Democrat ~ 11/18/15
Sikeston has appeared in six tournament championship games, winning four of them. The Bulldogs have also been named the tournament's top seed six times.
Cape Central boys swimming team finishes third place at state for first time in school history
By Greg Uptain ~ Special to the Southeast Missourian ~ 11/08/15
ST. PETERS, Mo. -- After posing for a picture they had only dreamed they would get to take, the Central boys swimming team kept uttering the same phrase as they went to pick up their gear. "Wow." The Tigers had just posed with the third-place trophy they earned with a brilliant two-day performance at the state championships at the Rec-Plex. ...
Jackson girls cross country team places fourth at Class 4 state meet
Southeast Missourian ~ 11/08/15
Seniors Carli Knott and Chelsea Drum each earned all-state finishes to lead the Jackson girls cross country team to a fourth-place finish at the Class 4 state meet Saturday in Jefferson City, Missouri. Knott placed eighth in 19 minutes, 2.89 seconds while Drum took 15th in 19:21.00...
Cape Central boys swimming team on a mission at state
By Trent Singer ~ Southeast Missourian ~ 11/05/15
Aside from a freshman who had a pair of all-state finishes, the Cape Central boys swimming team wasn't satisfied with the outcome at last year's state meet.
Dexter splits Jackson in middle school girls basketball
DEXTER, Mo. - The Dexter middle school girls basketball program earned a split against Jackson Tuesday with the eighth grade winning 52-26 and the seventh grade suffering a 72-38 loss. Sydney Asberry paced Dexter's offense in the sventh grade contest with 10 points. Karley Keirsey added nine more points and Mikayla Dodson calculated seven points for the Bearcats...
Cape Central boys swimming team claims second straight conference crown
By Trent Singer ~ Southeast Missourian ~ 10/30/15
Central moved ahead of Notre Dame over the final two events, taking the top spot in the team standings with 595 points at the Central Municipal Pool.
Early goal in OT sends Eureka past Jackson in Class 4 District 1 boys soccer championship
By Trent Singer ~ Southeast Missourian ~ 10/29/15
Jackson goalkeeper Brayden Emmons made a diving save on a shot attempt, but Andrew Mocker was there to capitalize on the deflection, delivering the golden goal 34 seconds into overtime that gave the Wildcats a 2-1 win in Wednesday's Class 4 District 1 championship at Seckman High School.
Jackson boys soccer team reaches district championship game
Southeast Missourian ~ 10/27/15
Forward Josh Scholl netted two goals in the first half, and the third-seeded Jackson boys soccer team upended host Seckman to advance to the Class 4 District 1 Tournament championship game with a 2-1 victory Monday night in Imperial, Missouri. Scholl tipped in a shot from Justice Crosnoe about 10 minutes into the game. Scholl cut in diagonally and got a toe on the ball just as the Seckman goalkeeper was about to make a save...
Jackson volleyball team falls to Cor Jesu in Class 4 sectional
By Joe Harris ~ Special to the Southeast Missourian ~ 10/25/15
ST. LOUIS -- The clock finally struck midnight for the Jackson volleyball team Saturday. The Indians, who entered their district as the No. 3 seed, couldn't sustain early momentum against Cor Jesu Academy and fell 25-19, 25-17 in a Class 4 sectional at Vianney High School. Jackson ended its season with a 23-11-3 record...
High school roundup: Jackson girls cross country team wins district crown
Southeast Missourian ~ 10/25/15
All scores were reported to the Southeast Missourian on Saturday.

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Jackson Boys Track team won their first conference championship in over 30 years last night. Also, JV Boys and Girls won. Varsity Girls got second to Poplar Bluff

-- Posted by semo501 on Sat, May 5, 2012, at 12:24 PM

Everyone be there for senior night against Farmington this Friday!

-- Posted by semo501 on Wed, Feb 1, 2012, at 8:15 PM

Jackson_Fan34, I could not agree with you more. They are a fantastic group of coaches at the Jr High level. I hope they get a chance and make the most of it at the high school level.

-- Posted by Football fan1 on Tue, Dec 6, 2011, at 10:30 PM

Congrats to all the boys headed to State Wrestling in Columbia this weekend!

-- Posted by MINT4U on Thu, Mar 24, 2011, at 12:06 PM

Nice half time adjustments by Coach Scott against Cape at the christmas tourney. Genius calling time out after seeing personell for Cape in the last minute and then putting McDOwell on Williams.

Nice Job

-- Posted by cerebral1 on Wed, Dec 29, 2010, at 9:54 PM

I think its great the Jackson 8th & 9th grade teams are doing so well. Its a huge step from jr high to high school. Much faster pace. The graduating 2010 and 2011 classes were also undefeated in jr high but things changed. Kids quit, or just stop growing, lots of things happen. Sometimes it doesnt matter how big you are but how much knowledge and heart you have for the game. Watching the high school team this year, you can tell hands down, the few players who truly have a 'heart' for football and will never give up. Looking forward to many years of great Jackson Indian football.

-- Posted by not_a_fairweathered_ fan on Sun, Oct 17, 2010, at 9:46 AM

Jackson_Fan34---You are absolutely right about the Jackson 9th grade team. As a Central parent, Central also has a very good 9th grade team and has lost only 2 games in 2 years, both to Jackson and both good games. They often get lost in the stats. The future should be fun if all the boys stay involved in football.

-- Posted by crackerjack on Wed, Oct 13, 2010, at 10:25 AM

We hear so much about how poorly the Jackson High School football team is doing. Well, I like to say, take a look at the Jr High School teams. Yes, we all know that the Jr High is a building process, but under Coach's Matt Roethemeyer, Austin, and Kitchen, the 9th grade boys are working on their 2nd undefeated season, with one more win, they will have the best record in their division. Sure, for most of you, Jr High doesn't count, but go ask the 9th Grade boys of Jackson Jr High School, ask them if they think their season counts. They are the future players of Jackson and I, among many other parents, think they should get some recognition for the great job they are doing. My hat goes off to head coach Matt Roethemeyer for doing a outstanding job with these boys. Not only are they great players but they also show great sportsmanship on the field. They have two more games left in their season, lets show our future football players of Jackson the support they deserve. The next game is Monday, against PB there, and their last game will be against Seckman, and that one is at home in Jackson. Show our boys support Jackson.


A huge Jackson football fan.

-- Posted by Jackson_Fan34 on Tue, Oct 12, 2010, at 9:11 PM