KENNETT - The Kennett High School campus was buzzing on Monday morning, as well over a hundred student athletes took part in the first fall practices for football, tennis and volleyball. Like every year, it was a day of...
Official fall practices begin Monday
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 07/31/15
Athletes across the Bootheel are set to return to their respective courts and fields on Monday, the first official day for Fall practices in Missouri. Kennett will be busy prepping to repeat strong runs in football, tennis and volleyball, while Holcomb and Senath-Hornersville will work to build their volleyball and baseball programs.
Dead week: The calm before fall practices begin
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 07/28/15
As far as athletics are concerned, school campuses around the Bootheel are eerily quiet. Following a very busy summer at several schools, some are taking a much needed break during a dead week as mandated by the Missouri State High School Activities Association.
Kennett's successful tennis team preps for new season
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 07/21/15
Kennett's high school tennis program stands tall as one of the most successful athletic programs in the area, if not the entire state. With several consecutive district titles under their belt, expectations are high at the start of each season.
Kennett Swim Team claims 2nd at SMSC Championships
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 07/20/15
CAPE GIRARDEAU - The Kennett Swim Team solidified its place as one of the top teams in the area by taking a record number of athletes to the Southeast Missouri Swim Conference championships on Saturday. The team finished just shy of River City Aquatics to claim second place, capping off another successful summer in the water.
Kennett football soldiers through latest week of camp
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 07/17/15
KENNETT - The Kennett high school football team took on temperatures well over 90 degrees at the start of a 6 p.m. practice on Friday. The session caps off a week that saw the Indians work to improve on key areas ahead of the 2015 season.
Kennett Swim Team hails record-breaking victory ahead of SMSC championships
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 07/16/15
KENNETT - It was a record-breaking morning at the Sheryl Crow Aquatic Center on Saturday, July 11, as the Kennett Swim Team raised the bar at their home pool. Nine swimmers managed to break records across four different events.
Kennett's weight training continues ahead of next week's camp
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 07/09/15
KENNETT - Several members of the Kennett Indians football team were already hard at work as the clock hit 5pm, the scheduled start time for Thursday's workout inside the high school weight room.
Football contact camp gets started at SEMO
Standard Democrat ~ 06/26/15
The three-day high school football contact camp got underway Thursday at the football practice field on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau.
Kennett football takes on nearby teams at SEMO camp
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 06/26/15
CAPE GIRARDEAU - Hunderds of football players crowded the Southeast Missouri State University Campus in blistering heat, all for the first half of a two-day full-contact summer camp.
State Champion Lady Tribe gathers one last time to celebrate success
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 06/23/15
KENNETT - The 2015 Class 1 Spring State Softball Champions gathered for one last time inside the Family Life Center at First Baptist Church in Kennett. The banquet honored the Lady Indians team and their long list of achievements, which all culminated in their second consecutive state title.
Six SCAA baseball players selected all-state (complete team included)
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 06/23/15
A slew of baseball players from the southeast Missouri region were selected to the 2015 Missouri Baseball Coaches Association all-state baseball team. Four players for the Class 1 state champion Bell City Cubs were selected all-state. Bell City sophomore pitcher Austin Hicks and sophomore catcher Bobby Wright were selected first-team all-state. ...
Vaughan teaches fundamentals at Indians Boys and Girls Youth Basketball Camp
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 06/15/15
Kennett's high school athletic director and boys basketball coach Jim Vaughan has a simple anecdote which he uses to emphasize the importance of fundamentals for players of all ages.
Kennett football eyes growth through summer workouts
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 06/12/15
The Kennett Indians football team was hard at work Thursday afternoon on it's third day of full-contact training. Offensive players were going through plays with assistant coach Lance Penn, while the rest of the team prepped with the rest of the coaching staff inside the Indians' weight room.
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