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Jordan Penn has been named head coach of the Kennett High School girls basketball team, according to Kennett School District Assistant Superintendent and Athletic Administrator Brandon Jones.
Confidence prevails at Bootheel Conference Tournament
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 11/21/14
At the 2014 Girls Junior High Bootheel Conference Tournament in Senath-Hornersville, the hosts earned spots in both seventh and eighth grade tournament finals. The seventh grade earned a championship trophy after a hard-fought battle, while the eighth grade were overpowered by the number four seed.
Southeast Missouri Area Football Coaches Association announces all-region team
Staff Reports -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/20/14
The Southeast Missouri Area Football Coaches Association released its 2014 All-Region teams Wednesday and several local athletes were selected. The full list is as follows: Class 4 & 5 Offense First team QB -- Dante Vandever, Jackson, Sr. RB -- Chris Walsh, Hillsboro, Sr...
Seeds released for SEMO Conference tournament
Staff Reports -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/20/14
SIKESTON -- The Jackson Indians were selected as the top seed for the 2014 SEMO Conference tournament Wednesday night. The Indians were winners of their first conference tournament in school history last season taking down Notre Dame 62-42. Cape Central was named the second seed followed by Sikeston at No. ...
Kennett girls basketball coach resigns
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 11/19/14
Richard Driscoll has resigned from his position as head coach of the Kennett Middle School and High School girls basketball teams, affective immediately.
Eighth graders shine at Bootheel Conference Tournament Day 2
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 11/18/14
Crowds gathered inside the Senath-Hornersville gymnasium Tuesday for the second night of the girls Bootheel Conference basketball tournament. This time, the talents of the area's eighth graders were on display.
Day 1 of girls Bootheel Conference Tournament
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 11/17/14
Senath-Hornersville hosts the girls Bootheel Conference junior high basketball tournament throughout the week. The first day of play featured the seventh grade teams, with the hosts proving why they may be the strongest team in the tournament.
Host sites set for basketball districts
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 11/13/14
Host sites have been selected for Missouri high school district basketball tournaments for the 2014-15 season. Sikeston is slated to host Class 4, District 1, boys and girls tournaments which feature Cape Central, Dexter, Kennett, Notre Dame, Perryville and Sikeston...
Dexter middle school girls basketball teams beat Kennett
11/12/14
The Dexter middle school girls basketball program cruised to road wins at Kennett Tuesday night. The Dexter seventh grade girls held Kennett scorless in the first half on its way to a 24-5 victory. The Dexter eighth grade girls beat Kennett 56-16. The Dexter middle school girls basketball program concludes its season Thursday night when it visits Sikeston at 5 p.m...
Kennett Indians football fight for a district championship
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 11/09/14
Like many businesses across Kennett, the windows of The Gym-BKA Athletics are painted with words encouraging the high school football team. One window reads "Why not us?"
Kennett tops Charleston in overtime thriller
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 11/06/14
Kennett's fast paced offense prevailed once again on Thursday night, as the eighth grade team battled back against a strong Charleston side to win 34-33 in overtime.
Holcomb falls to established Kennett program
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 11/04/14
Kennett Middle School's girls basketball team traveled to Holcomb on Monday night, where both seventh and eighth grade teams won in convincing fashion.
Kennett earns trip to district final
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 11/03/14
For the second week in a row, the Kennett defied the odds. While hosting their first district tournament game in 28 years, the Indians delivered another stellar performance in a 37-6 victory over Fredericktown in the Class 3, District 1 tournament.
District tournament football returns to Kennett
Cody Tucker, Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 10/27/14
Now, 28 years later, a Class 3, District 1 tournament semifinal game will take place at Metz Cherry Stadium this Friday, after the Indians triumphed over Ste. Genevieve in a 42-36 victory on the Dragons' home turf. The win sets up an historic battle for the Indians, as they're now set to host a rematch against Fredericktown.
Prep Football Glance -- District Round 1
By David Jenkins -- Standard Democrat ~ 10/23/14
Chaffee at Valle Catholic Records: Chaffee 0-8; Valle Catholic 9-0 Series History: Valle Catholic leads 21-0 Last Meeting: 2011, Valle Catholic won 48-13 Last Week: Chaffee lost to Kelly 48-18; Valle Catholic defeated St. Pius X 47-9 Outlook: Chaffee is seeking history as they have never beaten Valle Catholic in 21 tries. ...

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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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