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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...
Naylor's strong second half finishes Oran in sectional
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 03/04/15
sports@standard-democrat.com BLOOMFIELD -- For most of the first half it looked like Oran was going to threaten Class 1 power-house Naylor's five-year winning streak in the local sectional. A strong finish to the second quarter, followed by a dominant second half however saw Naylor book their sixth-straight trip to the quarterfinals with a 59-31 final Tuesday at Bloomfield High School...
Advance boys repeat as district basketball champions
By Trent Singer ~ SEMO News Service ~ 02/26/15
BELL CITY, Mo. - Advance coach Bubba Wheetley mandates a certain kind of energy from his team every time it steps on the court. But even Wheetley couldn't believe what he was seeing in the first quarter of Thursday night's Class 1 District 2 championship game at Bell City High School...
February 26, 2015 Scoreboard
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Advance eliminates Bell City, Oran eliminates Richland in C1D2 semifinals
By Trent Singer - SEMO News Service ~ 02/25/15
BELL CITY, Mo. -- The second-seeded Advance boys basketball team went into Tuesday night's Class 2 District 1 semifinal with one primary goal in mind: get the ball to sophomore Dawson Mayo. Mayo scored 13 of his 21 points in the first half, and the Hornets outscored No. 3 Bell City 21-10 in the second quarter to pull away for a 67-46 win at Bell City High School...
Oran boys and girls slide into Class 1, District 2 title games
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 02/25/15
BELL CITY -- Top-seeded Oran cruised into the championship of the Class 1 District 2 tournament with a 71-42 win over fifth-seeded Richland Tuesday at Bell City High School. The Eagles and second-seeded Advance will square off for the district crown for the fifth consecutive season. Tip-off is slated for 7:30 p.m. Thursday...
February 24, 2015 Scoreboard
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February 23, 2015 Scoreboard
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Saturday's basketball games postponed (Updated District Basketball Tournaments Included)
Saturday's Dexter-Poplar Bluff varsity boys and girls basketball games scheduled for 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Poplar Bluff High School are cancelled. All district basketball tournaments have also been postponed Saturday. View updated brackets at this link: Updated basketball tournament brackets...
District host sites, state baseball rankings released
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 02/19/15
District host sites are set for the 2015 spring baseball season. Gideon is slated to host Class 1, District 1 featuring Clarkton, Delta C-7, Gideon, Naylor, North Pemiscot, Risco and Southland. Oran is slated to host Class 1, District 2 featuring Advance, Bell City, Leopold, Oak Ridge, Oran, Richland and Scott County Central...
PREP ROUNDUP: Kelly wins third-straight, Gideon takes conference crown
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 02/13/15
sports@standard-democrat.com BENTON -- Shanterra Waters scored a game-high 26 points but it wasn't enough to lift New Madrid County Central past Kelly on Thursday. Kelly (16-5) won 61-44 behind Kaylee Scherer's double-double of 11 points and 15 rebounds. Stephanie Worth added 11 points and Logan Ivie scored 10. The Hawks have won three-straight...
February 13, 2015 Scoreboard
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February 12, 2015 Scoreboard
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SCAA Boys Basketball: Bloomfield, Richland, Puxico and Woodland collect wins, Bernie falls in OT
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. - The Bloomfield Wildcats outscored the Oran Eagles by 11 points in the final eight minutes of play of a 60-47 home win Tuesday night. "This is as good of a win as we've had all year," Bloomfield coach Jason Karnes said in a press release to Dexter Daily Statesman. ...
Oran's late foul trouble spells 60-47 loss to Bloomfield
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 02/11/15
sports@standard-democrat.com BLOOMFIELD -- Erasing an eight-point lead midway through the second half, the Oran Eagles looked prime to play the role of spoiler Tuesday night as they took on Bloomfield on its senior night. Plagued by late foul trouble, however, the Eagles watched a strong fourth quarter by the Wildcats seal a 60-47 win to close out Bloomfield's home schedule...

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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