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sports@standard-democrat.com ORAN -- In what's becoming an annual tradition, the Oran Eagles will once again face off with Scott County Central for the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament championship. Shortly after the...
PREP ROUNDUP: Richland upends Leopold, Bravettes take down Scott City
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 01/23/15
LEOPOLD -- The Richland Rebels varsity boys basketball program outscored Leopold in every quarter on its way to a 67-33 road win Thursday. Skyler Harper paced Richland with 23 points. Marcus Gryson added 19 points, Josh Thornton contributed 13 points and Marcus Grayson calculated 10 points for the Rebels...
January 23, 2015 Scoreboard
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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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Hawks earn signature win over East Prairie during Scott-Miss. opener
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 01/21/15
sports@standard-democrat.com ORAN -- For a team in the midst of a culture change under first-year head coach Ryan Garnett, the Kelly Hawks took a big step forward Tuesday night against East Prairie. Playing the fourth-seeded Eagles in the opening round of the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament, the fifth-seeded Hawks fought back from a double-digit second half deficit for a 70-66 win that propels Kelly into the semifinals...
Mineral Area softball signs Ratledge, Jones
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 01/21/15
Kelly senior Samantha Ratledge signed a letter of intent to play softball with Mineral Area College Tuesday at Kelly High School. Ratledge was a four-year varsity player and a two-time all-state player for the Lady Hawks. Pictured with Ratledge are, front row from left, Brailey Ratledge, David Ratledge, Mineral Area head coach Dave Guemmer, Ratledge and Nikki Caldwell. Back row from left, Kelly head coach Rhonda Ratledge and Kelly assistant coach Melanie Heuring. (Submitted photo)...
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...
January 19, 2015 Scoreboard
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PREP ROUNDUP: Kelly knocks off Chaffee, Dukes leads Senath past Risco
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 01/17/15
Staff Reports sports@standard-democrat.com CHAFFEE -- Still in search of their first win, the Chaffee Red Devils fell 44-30 to Kelly on Friday. After falling behind 9-8 after the first quarter, the Hawks (5-10) outscored Chaffee 11-4 in the second quarter to take a 10-point lead into the break. Kelly out-paced the Red Devils 25-17 in the second half to hold on for the win...
Frazier leads Charleston to Scott-Miss. Conference tourney title
By Jeff Breer -- SEMO News Service ~ 01/17/15
BENTON -- It's often said small things make a difference in a ball game. That might be true, but a small person also can determine an outcome. For proof, look no further than Charleston's Sierra Frazier, a slender 5-foot senior who is routinely dwarfed on the basketball court...
January 16, 2015 Scoreboard
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Chaffee tops Oran, advances to conference finals
By Trent Singer -- SEMO News Service ~ 01/16/15
BENTON -- Julia Sutterfield scored a bucket to spark a 10-0 run for Chaffee in the final three minutes of the first quarter. The top-seeded Red Devils took a 17-8 advantage into the second quarter and never looked back, defeating the No. 4 Oran Eagles 51-31 in a girls basketball semifinal of the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament on Thursday at Kelly High School...
Strong start by Oran keeps Kelly at bay
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 01/15/15
sports@standard-democrat.com BENTON -- A couple strong runs in the first quarter proved to be the difference Wednesday night as visiting Oran never trailed, but couldn't seem to be able to pull away from host Kelly. Led by Hunter Schlosser's 18 points, the Eagles held off a second half push by the Hawks for a 67-51 final that gives Oran it's sixth win in seven games...

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Want to Congratulate the Oran Basketball team for a successful and exciting season. Coach Schumaker is a fine young coach and he does a good job developing his players into athletes and fine young men.

On to baseball. Coach Wood is respected by his peers for the job he does on the field and this season he has some experience coming back. Looking forward to another fun filled season on the Oran diamond and fans filling the bleachers to show the support of the Oran Eagles.

With a little luck and hard work this team could be a diamond in the rough. Good luck Eagles and lets play ball.

-- Posted by luckyone4 on Fri, Mar 25, 2011, at 12:54 PM

Was impressed Tuesday night watching the Oran Eagles play. Do I feel that they will be a team to watch out for, need to see more playing time to be able to go there. What impressed me was the speed and passing that has been missing for some time. Maybe might just be my imagination but I didn't walk away with the feeling that this was going to be another lack luster year.

Coach Shoemaker also gave me hope that all isn't lost at OHS in that you don't have to make a spectical of yourself in order to get the point across. Nor do you have to degrade the players in front of the whole gym. Some coaches, regardless of school, seem to think the louder they get and the more they insult the better the players will be. Congrats to you Coach Shoemaker for bringing silent dignity back into the game and for keeping the criticisim for the locker room and practices.

Also, while still not what they used to be, the OHS cheerleaders seem to be on a comeback. And one could not leave off the Tailfeathers. I only have one comment, the "you can't do that" is really annoying.

Good luck tonight!

-- Posted by missouri mouth on Thu, Dec 3, 2009, at 1:51 PM