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sports@standard-demcorat.com SIKESTON -- Courtney Hawkins wasn't expected to finish or even compete in the 138-pound title match. But entering the SEMO Conference wrestling tournament, Hawkins carried the confidence of a top...
January 26, 2015 Scoreboard
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Jackson wrestling team wins third consecutive conference title
By Scott Roscovius ~ Special to the Southeast Missourian ~ 01/24/15
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Jackson's third consecutive SEMO Conference wrestling tournament title didn't come without a little drama.
High school roundup: Jackson girls basketball team topples St. Charles West
All scores were reported to the Southeast Missourian on Saturday.
Jackson girls swimmer qualifies for state in two events at City of Roses
By Ben Striker ~ Southeast Missourian ~ 01/24/15
Caitlyn Palmer had just two goals heading into her 11th swim meet of the season on Saturday. Placing wasn't a big deal for Palmer. Instead, she was focused on trimming time off of her two main events -- 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard butterfly -- with the hope they would be good enough to guarantee her a qualifying spot at the state meet...
Sikeston sending nine wrestlers into final bracket of SEMO Conference tournament
By Chris Pobst - Standard Democrat ~ 01/24/15
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- The Sikeston wrestling team is about where they expected to be after pool play of the SEMO Conference Tournament. They are sending nine wrestlers to the championship bracket and are 1.5 points behind in the team standings for third place...
Basketball state rankings, playoff host sites set
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 01/23/15
The Missouri Basketball Coaches Association released its latest state rankings Jan. 21. Three boys basketball teams and two girls basketball teams from the semoball.com coverage area are state-ranked. The Scott County Central boys are ranked sixth in Class 2, the New Madrid County Central boys are ranked fourth in Class 3 and the Cape Central boys are ranked sixth in Class 4...
January 22, 2015 Scoreboard
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Southeast Missourian Athlete of the Week: Jake Byrd
Southeast Missourian ~ 01/22/15
Jackson junior Jake Byrd was the lone gold medalist for the Indians at Saturday's St. Charles West tournament. Byrd won the 126-pound division with a technical fall over Francis Howell sophomore Tyler McGhee in 3 minutes, 44 seconds. The Indians were short seven wrestlers but wound up finishing in seventh place...
January 20, 2015 Scoreboard
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PREP ROUNDUP: Kelly upends Scott City, Sikeston wrestlers finish sixth at 141 Rumble
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 01/19/15
sports@standard-democrat.com BENTON -- Logan Ivie's double-double helped lead the Kelly Lady Hawks to a 54-26 win over visiting Scott City Monday 54-26. Ivie led Kelly (10-4) with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Tessa Johnson added 13 points and four steals...
Sikeston sputters in 63-51 loss to Jackson
By Derek James - Standard Democrat ~ 01/17/15
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- The Sikeston Bulldogs could not have asked for a better start to Friday night's SEMO Conference matchup with Jackson. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 10-0 lead and were overwhelming the Indians with pressure and relentless defense...
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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 bulletman 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