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sports@standard-democrat.com EAST PRAIRIE -- For the second time in its five-year existence, the East Prairie boys track team won its prized home meet. The Eagles racked up 157.5 points to take top honors during the 5th...
April 24, 2015 Scoreboard
04/24/15
All the high school sports scores reported to Semoball.com.
Southeast Missourian Athlete of the Week: Oran's Hunter Schlosser
04/23/15
Oran's Hunter Schlosser allowed two hits in the Eagles' 10-0 Scott-Mississippi Conference win in five innings over Scott County Central last week at Oran High School. Schlosser struck out eight batters, had one walk and hit two batters. He also helped his own cause at the plate with two singles and three RBIs...
Schlosser mows down Scott County Central, Oran wins 10-0
By Chris Pobst - Standard Democrat ~ 04/17/15
sports@standard-democrat.com ORAN -- Pitching strikes and staying around the strike zone has been somewhat of a struggle for Hunter Schlosser since the beginning of the season. And he's been given constant reminders about it too. "Coach has been preaching all day, well, all year, to me about throwing strikes," he said. "I've been working on that in practice."...
April 16, 2015 Scoreboard
04/16/15
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Athletes honored at BA Sports All-Star Extravaganza in Dexter
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 04/15/15
DEXTER, Mo. - The BA Sports All-Star Extravaganza was held Saturday at the Bearcat Event Center in Dexter. Woodland's Garret Reynolds won the boys 3-point contest, Jackson's Rachel Crites won the girls 3-point contest, Leopold's Caitlin Petty won the hardest spike contest, Bloomfield's Chelsea Delay won the volleyball passing competition and Notre Dame's Quinn Poythress won the slam dunk contest...
PREP ROUNDUP: Sikeston suffers road loss to Cooter, Woodland sweeps Chaffee Open
Staff Report -- Standard Democrat ~ 04/14/15
sports@standard-democrat.com COOTER -- Cooter scored all of its runs in the third inning leading to a 7-4 road loss for Sikeston on Tuesday. The Wildcats (7-2) poured on seven runs in the third inning which included a home run from Cole Crowder, who finished the day 3 for 3 and a triple away from the cycle...
Semoball finalists announced for winter sports
04/12/15
DEXTER, Mo. - The Semoball Awards finalists for boys basketball, girls basketball, wrestling and girls swimming were revealed Saturday at a selection show hosted by Harry Blackwell Dodge in Dexter. SEMO ESPN radio (92.9 FM, 1220 AM and 1470 AM) was on hand to make the announcement on its weekly hour-long show the Saturday Morning Express...
PREP ROUNDUP: Sikeston tennis wins, NMCC and Oran routed
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 04/09/15
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- The Sikeston Bulldogs tennis won a hard fought battle against visiting Farmington on Wednesday 5-4. "It was a very close dual match today," Bulldogs' head coach Russ Dial said. Farmington has a solid team. Fortunately we came to play with a concentration level unlike that of the previous two matches. We put together both our tactical and technical skills today and it paid off. I'm really proud of the team today."...
April 8, 2015 Scoreboard
04/08/15
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Latest baseball state rankings released
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 04/06/15
The Missouri Baseball Coaches Association released its latest state rankings April 6. Five of the eight teams that are state-ranked from the southeast Missouri region are in Class 2. Defending Class 2 state champion Valle Catholic is ranked No. 1, East Carter County is ranked No. 2, Greenville is ranked No. 4 and Chaffee is ranked No. 7...
April 1, 2015 Scoreboard
04/01/15
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PREP ROUNDUP: Wheeler wins Notre Dame Invitational
Staff Reports -- Standard Democrat ~ 03/30/15
sports@standard-democrat.com CAPE GIRARDEAU -- Sikeston senior Gabe Wheeler shot a 73 to win the individual championship during Monday's 16th Annual Notre Dame Invitational at Bent Creek Golf Course in Cape Girardeau. This is Wheeler's first Notre Dame Invitational win...
March 30, 2015 Scoreboard
03/30/15
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Dexter's McKuin, Jackson's Reynolds selected SEMO Conference Players of the Year
By ROB TATE - Daily American Republic ~ 03/26/15
POPLAR BLUFF -- Melanie McKuin continued the Dexter Lady Bearcats' recent run of Bob Gray Award winners Wednesday night while Blake Reynolds became the first Jackson player since 1987 to win the John Gibbs Award. Both were among the honorees at the 57th annual Poplar Bluff Letter Club Basketball Banquet at the Black River Coliseum, which started off the festivities with a keynote address by University of Missouri men's basketball coach Kim Anderson...

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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