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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...
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.
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...
Sikeston rolls through Kennett 88-40
By Chris Pobst - Standard Democrat ~ 01/23/15
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- The questions that surround Sikeston head coach Gregg Holifield about his basketball team this season have mostly been concerned with consistency. Whether it's scoring or lapses in their historically stout defense, performing in both aspects have been hit or miss...
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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Lady Indians offense sharpens up in win over Campbell
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 01/21/15
While Heidi Shetley has typically led the Kennett Lady Indians on offense this season, it was her big sister who topped the scoring list in Tuesday's 53-24 win over Campbell. Kate Shetley scored a team-high 13 points for the Lady Indians, while Heidi Shetley and Hadley Hilburn both finished the game with 11 points. Taylor Osborn scored a game-high 15 points for Campbell...
Kennett faces uphill battle in second home meet
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 01/20/15
The Kennett High School wrestling team endured a tough battle during the first home dual meet in school history. The Indians topped Valle Catholic 60-12, but the Warriors team consisted of only four wrestlers. That means a vast majority of Indian victories came in the form of forfeits. However, they earned points in two matches thanks to pins from Kaleb Tribble and Cody Roberts...
Kennett beats hosts to claim Malden JV Tournament title
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 01/19/15
The Kennett Indians capped off a grueling week of basketball by beating the host team for first place at the Malden JV tournament.
January 15, 2015 Scoreboard
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Kennett hosts first wrestling meet in school history
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 01/15/15
The Kennett Indians made more history on Thursday night, by hosting Dexter in the school's first-ever home wrestling meet.
January 13, 2015 Scoreboard
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Dexter girls basketball team routs Kennett 62-24
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 01/13/15
KENNETT, Mo. - The Dexter Bearcats varsity girls basketball program enjoyed one of its most dominating defensive performances of the season as it led wire to wire in a 62-24 road win against district rival Kennett Monday night. "I thought we really came out and set the tone defensively at the beginning of the game," Dexter coach Chad Allen said. "I thought our full-court press was really good and really active. We created turnovers and got a lot of points off turnovers."...
KHS among first round winners at Malden JV Tournament
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 01/12/15
The Kennett Indians topped South Pemiscot 58-43 on Monday to advance in the Malden JV tournament, thanks to 21 points from Patrick Maddox and a trio of scorers who combined for 24 more.
January 8, 2015 Scoreboard
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Just want to wish the Indians good luck tonight. Will be waiting for updates on the score. Anyone that can tell me where i can listen to the game online would be greatly appreciated. GO INDIANS AND GO COACH RED !!!! lOVE YA!

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