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sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- Scoring eight runs in the first three innings, the Oran Eagles ran away to a 13-2 win over host Scott County Central Thursday in six innings via the mercy rule. Oran scored three runs...
High school roundup: Chaffee baseball returns to winning ways
Southeast Missourian ~ 04/18/14
All the local high school events reported Thursday to the Southeast Missourian.
PREP ROUNDUP: Oran edges Cooter 4-3, Sikeston tennis downed by Dexter
04/17/14
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- Rally for a pair of runs late, the Oran Eagles downed Cooter 4-3 on Wednesday. Both teams came out of the first inning with a pair of runs and the Braves scored again in the third to go up 3-2. That lead held until a two-run rally in the seventh gave Oran the come-from-behind win...
High school roundup: Priggel delivers again in Oran baseball team's victory
Southeast Missourian ~ 04/17/14
Oran's Jacob Priggel marked the one-week anniversary of his walk-off hit against Scott City with another against Cooter on Wednesday afternoon. Priggel drove home Preston Hahn and Seth Ressell following Ben Heuring's sacrifice in the bottom of the seventh to lead the Eagles to a 4-3 victory at home...
April 17, 2014 Scoreboard
04/17/14
All the high school sports scores reported to Semoball.com.
High school roundup: Jackson baseball run-rules North County in home win
04/13/14
Jackson junior right-hander Michael Houchin held North County to two hits and the offense supported him with a run in every inning as Jackson posted a 10-0 home win in six innings Friday. Houchin struck out 10 batters and walked one. Junior Tyler Slinkard led the offense with a double and three RBIs. Jordan Hadden, who had three of the Indians' 10 hits, Devin Austin, Cameron Duke and Jon Schumer each had a double for Jackson (4-8)...
PREP ROUNDUP: Oran rolls to 13-3 win, SCC beats Richland
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 04/12/14
sports@standard-democrat.com OAK RIDGE -- Highlighted by a seven run rally in the third inning, the Oran Eagles rolled to a 13-3 win over Oak Ridge via the mercy-rule. A two-run first frame, plus the seven run third frame left the Eagles with a comfortable 9-0 advantage entering the fourth. They put up another three runs in the inning to move ahead 12-0 before Oak Ridge got on the scoreboard in the bottom of the inning...
Bluejays win home meet for the third time
By Chris Pobst - Standard Democrat ~ 04/11/14
sports@standard-democrat.com CHARLESTON -- For the third time in as many years the Charleston Bluejays boys track team won its own meet Thursday during the Charleston Invitational. Charleston won the 15-team event with a team total of 115 points. Kelly came in second with 92 and East Prairie claimed third with 85...
PREP ROUNDUP: NMCC walk off winners over Jackson 8-7
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 04/11/14
sports@standard-democrat.com NEW MADRID -- Thanks to a walk-off single from senior Austin Lynn, the New Madrid County Eagles completed a three-run comeback on the Jackson indians for a 8-7 win on Thursday. After going into the seventh tied at 5-5, the Indians got a bases loaded single in the top of the frame to drive in two runs...
High school roundup: Chaffee baseball team defeats Leopold 1-0 to climb to 10-0
Southeast Missourian ~ 04/11/14
All the local high school events reported Thursday to the Southeast Missourian.
Oran rallies back to earn walk-off win over Scott City
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 04/10/14
sports@standard-democrat.com ORAN -- For the first five innings not much went right for the Oran Eagles. While hosting Scott City, Oran saw a handful of errors on top of early struggles at the plate lead to a four run deficit heading into the bottom of the sixth on Wednesday...
Oran baseball comes from behind to beat Scott City
By Erin Unerstall ~ Southeast Missourian ~ 04/09/14
The Eagles defeated Scott City 7-6 on Jacob Priggel's walk-off hit in the seventh inning.
April 9, 2014 Scoreboard
04/09/14
All the high school sports scores reported to Semoball.com.
Local teams to feel effects of district realignment
Dustin Ward -- SEMO News Service and Mike Buhler -- Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 04/09/14
The winds of change are blowing for some local teams as the Missouri High School Activities Association recently announced class and district alignments for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons. Class assignments are based on school enrollments. For basketball, the state's 128 smallest schools are in Class 1. Classes 2 and 3 also consist of 128 schools each, while the next 96 schools make up Class 4. The remainder -- the state's largest schools -- are in Class 5...
New assignments released for high school basketball districts for 2015 & 2016
04/08/14
Multiple SCAA schools will have a different path to a district basketball title or the state final four next season. The Missouri High School Activities Association announced class and district alignments Saturday for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons...

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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