The Bootheel Conference baseball awards were recently released. Malden's Tanner Murphy was selected Bootheel Conference Player of the Year. Murphy batted .600 with 10 home runs and 39 RBIs. He went 7-3 on the mound. He...
Kennett and Portageville advance to Bootheel Conference softball championship for third straight season
Dustin Ward - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 05/08/13
KENNETT, Mo. - The Kennett Indians and Portageville Bulldogs varsity softball teams are slated to meet in the Bootheel Conference Tournament championship for a third straight season following semifinal action. Both programs collected run-rule wins in their respective semifinals at Kennett Tuesday...
Sikeston soccer falls to Jackson, NMCC finishes season with win
Staff Reports ~ 05/03/13
firstname.lastname@example.org JACKSON -- The Sikeston Lady Bulldogs fell to the Jackson Indians 4-1 Thursday in Jackson. Madison Chaney scored Sikeston's lone goal in the 30th minute following an assist from Tori Helms. Chaney's goal came after Jackson built a lofty 3-0 lead earlier in the first half...
Kennett softball team beats Senath-Hornersville 15-0
Dustin Ward - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 04/30/13
Note: 26 Photos of the Senath-Hornersville-Kennett softball game are available in a photo gallery at this link: Photos Here http://www.dddnews.com/gallery/15285 KENNETT, Mo. - The Kennett Indians softball team cruised to a 15-0 four-inning home win against Senath-Hornersville Monday afternoon...
State-ranked Cooter run-rules Senath-Hornersville 10-0
Dustin Ward - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 04/13/13
COOTER, Mo. - Cooter Wildcats starting pitcher Brandon Bridges threw his first complete-game shutout of the season Friday afternoon against the Senath-Hornersville Lions. Bridges, who entered the contest with a 3-2 record and a 3.71 ERA in 22.2 innings pitched, fanned 12 Senath-Hornersville batters in five innings pitched to help propel Cooter to a 10-0 five-inning win against the Lions...
Kennett baseball team secures regular season conference title with wins against Hayti and Senath-Hornersville
Dustin Ward - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 04/10/13
KENNETT, Mo. - The Kennett Indians baseball team finished Bootheel Conference play perfect Tuesday afternoon with a pair of home wins. Kennett defeated the Senath-Hornersville Lions 11-3 in Game 1 and won the nightcap against Hayti 17-2 in five innings. Kennett secured the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Bootheel Conference Tournament at Malden with Tuesday's wins and the Bootheel Conference regular season title...
South Pemiscot baseball team beats Senath-Hornersville 9-2
Dustin Ward -Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 04/04/13
SENATH, Mo. - South Pemiscot Bulldogs starting pitcher Jacob Trammel had a simple explanation regarding how he put together a complete-game 11 strikeout performance against the Senath-Hornersville Lions Thursday afternoon. "I just put the ball in the zone," Trammel said. "I settled in and made timely pitches."...
Holcomb baseball team scores three runs in first inning, beats Senath-Hornersville 3-1
Dustin Ward -Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 04/03/13
HOLCOMB, Mo. - Holcomb Hornets baseball coach Matt Casper wasn't looking for back-to-back complete-game outings from his starting pitching rotation entering the week. He got it anyway. 24 hours after Holcomb hurler Cameron Clark earned a complete-game victory against South Pemiscot Hornets' starting pitcher Dustin Houart matched Clark's performance on the hill. Houart pitched seven innings of two-hit ball Tuesday afternoon against the Senath-Hornersville Lions...
Senath-Hornersville baseball team beats Kelly 6-4
SENATH, Mo. - The Senath-Hornersville Lions baseball team collected a 6-4 home win against the Kelly Hawks Tuesday afternoon. Ricardo Salas picked up the win on the mound for the Lions. He pitched six innings, allowed three hits and three earned runs...
Southland softball team beat Senath-Hornersville 7-3
The Southland Rebels softball team opened its season with a 7-3 win against Senath-Hornersville Tuesday afternoon. Southland tallied seven runs on eight hits and Senath-Hornersville scored three runs on two hits. The Rebels' Jordan Zolman was 2 for 2 with two walks and four RBIs, including a 3-run home run. Miranda Pyles added two doubles for Southland. Amanda Smith, Alissa Hulett, Merina Skaggs and Rebecca Sessums had one hit each for Southland...
Senath-Hornersville baseball team wins home opener against Gideon 7-4
Dustin Ward - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 03/19/13
SENATH, Mo. - The Senath-Hornersville Lions baseball program collected its first home win of the season Monday afternoon after a busy weekend on the road. Senath-Hornersville improved to 2-3 on the young season Monday with a 7-4 win against the Gideon Bulldogs. It was the Lions' fifth game since Friday...
Preview: Senath-Hornersville baseball program ready to start season, more ready for playoffs
Dustin Ward - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 03/13/13
SENATH, Mo. - The Senath-Hornersville Lions baseball program has plenty to be excited about entering the 2013 spring season. An upgraded home facility, strengthened schedule, strong fall performance against district opponents and roster filled with young talent are among the reasons the Senath-Hornersville baseball program could emerge as a serious contender to advance to the Class 2 playoffs in the near future...
Bootheel Conference boys and girls basketball awards released
Dustin Ward - Daily Dunklin Democrat ~ 03/07/13
The Bootheel Conference boys and girls basketball awards were recently released. Hayti's Maurion Newbill was selected as the varsity boys Senior Player of the Year. Newbill averaged 20.7 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.4 steals per game. He was 70 of 99 from the free throw line...
M.S. volleyball result: Southland vs. Senath-Hornerville and McCarty
CARDWELL, Mo. - The Southland middle school volleyball program hosted McCarty and Senath-Hornersville Tuesday night. The Senath-Hornersville seventh grade defeated Southland 25-17, 15-25, 15-7. The Senath-Hornersville eighth grade beat Southland 25-17, 22-25, 16-14...
By Brent Shipman ~ 02/19/13
email@example.com BLOOMFIELD -- Watching a late lead escape them, fourth-seeded Portageville fell 56-54 to fifth-seed South Pemiscot on Monday in the opening round of the Class 2, District 1 Tournament. "We just missed so many easy shots around the basket tonight," Portageville head coach Jason Irby said. "We had a lot of opportunities when we had a two to four lead to stretch it. The ball just seemed to find a way to bounce the wrong way."...
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