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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,...
2015-16 Boys and Girls Basketball Previews (11/25/15)
Charleston Bluejays Head coach: Danny Farmer, 18th season (390-143) 2014-15 record: 17-11 Playoff finish: Lost to NMCC in Class 3 sectional Conference: SEMO Alignment: Class 3, District 2 Returning starters: Dontarius Sharp, Demarcus Sharp, Mardareyon Clark, Tenerrious Ewing...
Kelly girls basketball team hopes chemistry, fundamentals can carry team in 2015-16 (11/23/15)
It's not easy to replace a graduating class of nine seniors -- that kind of attrition is difficult for any program to handle. Kelly girls basketball will try to overcome that hurdle with a mix of strong chemistry and fundamental basketball as it attempts to follow up an 18-7 season from a year ago...
Kelly boys basketball team ready to take next step in Garnett's second year as coach (11/23/15)
Every coach wants to see their program take a step forward in their second year in charge, and Ryan Garnett is no different with his Kelly boys basketball team. The Hawks doubled their win total in Garnett's first season, but he says that was just the start of the project...
Kelly's Dock signs with Southwestern Baptist (11/18/15)
Seeds set for 60th Annual Oran Invitational Tournament (11/13/15)
The 60th annual Oran Invitational Tournament seeds were released Wednesday with Scott County Central once again in the top spot. The Braves, who are the defending Class 2 state champions and have appeared in over half of the tournament's title games, won its 22nd OIT tournament title last year after a 71-67 win over Malden...
High school football roundup: St. Vincent football team edges Crystal City in district opener (10/25/15)
All scores were reported to the Southeast Missourian on Friday and Saturday.
High school football capsules: Week 10 (10/23/15)
A closer look at the first week of the postseason for teams across Southeast Missouri.
High school roundup: Zalma boys, Notre Dame girls cross country teams fare well at Farmington Invitational (10/18/15)
All scores were reported to the Southeast Missourian on Saturday.
Tenkhoff leads Chaffee past Kelly in 57-51 shootout (10/17/15)
Chaffee's quarterback rushed for 328 yards and seven touchdowns to lead the Red Devils past Kelly in a 57-51 shootout Friday at Lambert Field at Kelly High School.
High school football capsules: Week 9 (10/16/15)
Last week: Perryville 35, Windsor 14; Red Bud (Ill.) 51, Scott City 28 Last year: Scott City 28, Perryville 13 Outlook: It's the final week before district play begins, and the Perryville Pirates are in a position they haven't been for years. The Pirates are coming off their first conference victory since the 2012 season that not only pulled them back to .500 at 4-4, but ensured their best record in coach Mike Wojtczuk's five seasons as head coach...
Jackson boys, girls cross country teams overcome obstacles to sweep conference meet (10/15/15)
It's been trying times for the Jackson boys and girls cross country teams this season. That's why Jackson coach Andrea Talley couldn't hold back the tears when talking about how both of her squads found a way to come together and sweep the SEMO Large Schools Conference Meet on Thursday at Cape Central High School.
Prep Football Glance -- Week 9 (10/15/15)
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.
Class 2, District 1 all-district softball team released (10/13/15)
The Class 2, District 1 all-district team was released Monday. FIRST TEAM Pitchers Taylor Tiffany -- Portageville Alexis Dock -- Kelly Catchers Ashlynn Collier -- Saxony Lutheran Marissa Worth -- Kelly Infield Grace Mirly -- Saxony Lutheran Kelsi Miller -- Portageville...
High school football roundup: Jackson cruises past Seckman (10/11/15)
The Indians scored six first-half touchdowns en route to a 49-6 victory.

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good job lady hawks yall are amazing this year! im from Naylor and we are playing in the Quarterfinals also we had a great win over a team called norwood and so we made it! i just wanted to wish yall luck in St. Louis Saturday! hopefully well both go to state! we play in Ash Grove on Saturday! well good job and good luck!

-- Posted by eagle_announcer on Thu, Oct 15, 2009, at 4:59 PM

The Kelly Lady Hawks softball team is having another outstanding season. Last week the Lady Hawks ran into a very good Delta team that beat them 2 - 0. They finished the week off by beating Cape Central 4 - 0 and East Prairie 13 - 0.

This week the Lady Hawks beat two very good teams, Poplar Bluff 4 - 0 on Tuesday and Perryville 4 - 0 on Wednesday. The Lady Hawks are currently 14 - 4. They will be off the rest of this week before heading into a full schedule of games next week.

The Lady Hawks will be tested next week with 3 very tough home games and the rescheduled Jackson Tournament. On Monday, the Lady Hawks play the Notre Dame Lady Bulldogs. Tuesday the opponent will be the Poplar Bluff Lady Mules. On Wednesday, which will be Senior Day, the Lady Hawks will play the Oran Lady Eagles. Saturday the Lady Hawks will travel to Cape Shawnee Park to play in the Jackson Tournament, which was rained out last weekend.

Kelly will round out its season on October 5th, playing their season finale at Jackson against the Lady Indians. The 2A district tournament will begin later that week in Perryville. Good luck to the Lady Hawks and continue your hard play.

-- Posted by Softballfan23 on Wed, Sep 23, 2009, at 11:14 PM

The Kelly Lady Hawks had an outstanding week. On Tuesday, the Lady Hawks traveled to Scott City, to face off with 2A district foe, the Lady Rams. Junior Kristen Powell held the Lady Rams in check, pitching 6 1/3 innings. Danielle Dock came in to get the final two outs of the game, to save the 4 -0 shutout. On Wednesday, the Lady Hawks hit the road again, traveling to Sikeston to face off with a very competitive Lady Bulldogs team. Sikeston jumped to an early 3 - 0 lead, off of Danielle Dock th in the first two innings. Sikeston held the lead through 4 innings, before the Lady Hawks rallied to take the lead 4 - 3 in the 5th innings. The Lady Hawks prevailed 5 - 3 over the tough Lady Bulldogs team, with Danielle Dock getting the win.

On Saturday, the Lady Hawks traveled to Arnold, MO to play in the Seckman Jaguar Invitational Tournament. The Lady Hawks lost their first game to 4A Pacific 4 - 3. In the second game, the Lady Hawks lost 1 - 0 to another 4A school, Cor Jesu. Since all teams were guaranteed 4 games in this very competitive tournament, the Lady Hawks had to bounce back and turn it up a notch, which is exactly what they did. The Lady Hawks beat 3A Windsor 10 - 0 in their third game and then beat 4A Nerinx Hall 5 - 0 in their finale. An overall 2 - 2 record for the tournament, scoring 18 runs while allowing just 5 runs in 28 innings, is not shabby for the only 2A team in the tournament. The Lady Hawks ended the week with an overall 10 - 3 record.

The Lady Hawks will be in action next week at Delta on Monday, Cape Central at Kelly on Wednesday and at East Prairie on Thursday. This weekend the Lady Hawks will be playing in the Jackson Invitational Tournament, which will be played at Shawnee Sports Complex in Cape Girardeau. Good Luck and keep playing hard.

-- Posted by Softballfan1215 on Sun, Sep 13, 2009, at 9:01 PM

Great first week Lady Hawks softball. 2-0 Varsity record and 1-1 JV record. Don't let up, it's a long season and remember what's waiting at the end of the rainbow.

-- Posted by Softballfan1215 on Fri, Aug 28, 2009, at 6:24 AM