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sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- After sending five grapplers to state and seeing several others come up just short last season, the Sikeston wrestling team hopes a beefed up schedule and solid core will continue to...
Sikeston junior high basketball splits with Dexter
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 11/21/14
DEXTER -- The Sikeston eighth grade boys basketball team started its season off on the right track with a 48-38 win over Dexter at the Dexter Middle School on Thursday. The Bulldogs used a big second quarter run to defeat the previously undefeated Dexter squad...
Southeast Missouri Area Football Coaches Association announces all-region team
Staff Reports -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/20/14
The Southeast Missouri Area Football Coaches Association released its 2014 All-Region teams Wednesday and several local athletes were selected. The full list is as follows: Class 4 & 5 Offense First team QB -- Dante Vandever, Jackson, Sr. RB -- Chris Walsh, Hillsboro, Sr...
Seeds released for SEMO Conference tournament
Staff Reports -- Standard Democrat ~ 11/20/14
SIKESTON -- The Jackson Indians were selected as the top seed for the 2014 SEMO Conference tournament Wednesday night. The Indians were winners of their first conference tournament in school history last season taking down Notre Dame 62-42. Cape Central was named the second seed followed by Sikeston at No. ...
Sikeston soccer names five to all-district team
SIKESTON -- The Sikeston soccer team had five players selected to the Class 3, District 1 all-district team after a 12-11-1 season. Making the first team was sophomore Sam Cox and seniors Audie Hay and Layton Jones. Connor Merideth and Andrew Pearson each made the honorable mention team...
Wheeler signs letter of intent with Murray State University
By Chris Pobst - Standard Democrat ~ 11/14/14
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- Heading into his 14th season at Murray State, head golf coach Eddie Hunt has never signed a golfer from the state of Missouri. He's also never signed a player who has his senior season still waiting to be played...
Host sites set for basketball districts
By Dustin Ward - Statesman Sports Editor ~ 11/13/14
Host sites have been selected for Missouri high school district basketball tournaments for the 2014-15 season. Sikeston is slated to host Class 4, District 1, boys and girls tournaments which feature Cape Central, Dexter, Kennett, Notre Dame, Perryville and Sikeston...
Second half push lifts Sikeston eighth grade, seventh grade falls to Bluff
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 11/12/14
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- Overcoming a one-point halftime deficit, the Sikeston Lady Bulldogs eighth grade basketball team rode a hot second half to a 35-23 win over Poplar Bluff on Tuesday. Sikeston trailed 11-10 at the break, but outscored the Lady Mules 14-8 in the third quarter to take a five-point lead into the fourth. Tebrya Benford and Zaria Blissett Hall contributed six points each in the rally while Deonna Clemons add the only other basket in the quarter...
Lady Bulldogs junior high takes down Cape Central
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 11/07/14
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- Neither Cape Central Junior High team had much luck against host Sikeston Junior High on Thursday as the Lady Bulldogs basketball team came away with a pair of double-digit wins. Capitalizing on hot starts, Sikeston's seventh grade squad opened the night with a 33-3 rout before the eighth grade capped the night with a 49-22 decision over the Lady Tigers...
Fobbs, Riley are first RB duo to rush for 1,000 yards in same season
SIKESTON -- The Sikeston Bulldogs have had plenty of running backs eclipse 1,000 yards in a season before -- 19 to be exact. But none have done it in the same season until now. Juniors Earnest Fobbs and Victwon Riley each broke the 1,000-yard mark becoming Sikeston's first running back duo to do so...
Cape Central overwhelms Sikeston in district semifinal 56-7
By Derek James - Standard Democrat ~ 11/01/14
sports@standard-democrat.com CAPE GIRARDEAU -- The Sikeston Bulldogs could not have scripted a better start in Friday's Class 4, District 1 semifinal game at Cape Central. The fourth-seeded Bulldogs used its double-wing, double-tight offense to perfection, churning out yards, using up clock, and converting a couple fourth downs to keep the chains moving...
Peaking Bulldogs ready for its rematch against Cape Central
By Derek James - Standard Democrat ~ 10/30/14
sports@standard-democrat.com CAPE GIRARDEAU -- Two years ago the Sikeston Bulldogs entered district play as the top seed and found itself in a rematch with fourth-seeded Cape Central in the semifinals. The Tigers avenged a regular season loss to the Bulldogs by rallying to win in the final minute to advance to the district championship game...
Sikeston's season ends following 3-0 loss to Farmington
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 10/29/14
sports@standard-democrat.com FARMINGTON -- The last time the Sikeston Bulldogs took on Farmington on the road they watched an early two-goal lead slip away in a 4-2 regular season loss. With their season on the line, the Bulldogs struggled to get anything going offensively as Farmington blanked the Bulldogs 3-0 in the opening round of the Class 3, District 1 tournament Thursday at Farmington High School...
Sikeston uses ground attack to dismantle Knights 55-14
By Derek James - Standard Democrat ~ 10/25/14
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- All signs pointed to Friday night's Class 4, District 1 opener between Farmington and Sikeston being another barnburner similar to the first game earlier in the season. But when Sikeston's Earnest Fobbs returned the opening kickoff 99 yards through the heart of Farmington's coverage unit for a touchdown, one got the idea that the Bulldogs would not be denied on this night in front of the home fans which held a huge tailgating party Friday afternoon...
Sikeston set to host Farmington in rematch
By Derek James - Standard Democrat ~ 10/23/14
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- Of the Sikeston Bulldogs' five wins this year, four were in convincing fashion. But the one that wasn't was a 14-13 down-to-the-wire thriller at Farmington in Week 5. Farmington felt like it let one slip away...

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-- Posted by PECCOLLISIONMAN on Mon, Nov 15, 2010, at 9:11 AM

the coaches have done a good job but who have they played...nobody the reason there not ranked any higher is because they havent played anybody good. playoff time is here and they will play better teams and they will get tested both phisically and mentally. But good job sikeston job well done.

-- Posted by big_kid09 on Fri, Nov 6, 2009, at 9:33 AM

WE also could not do this without the rest of you coaches. ALL of you are doing a GREAT job. Also, I would like to take this time to "THANK" Laura for all of her hard work. You do a GREAT job with our boys and they think the world of you and we do too. THANKS LAURA AND ALL THE COACHES FOR A JOB WELL DONE!!!!!!!!!!!

-- Posted by heartlandgirl on Fri, Oct 2, 2009, at 10:48 PM

YES, Coach Gibbs, YOU SIR, know your stuff. The young men have played their hearts out. I AM SOOOO PROUD OF YOU GUYS!!! Keep doing what you are doing the whole town is BULLDOG PROUD!! CONGRATS on tonights game you ALL played a GRET game be proud.

-- Posted by heartlandgirl on Fri, Oct 2, 2009, at 10:45 PM

way to be bulldogs, I'm still thanking god for coach Gibbs. You sir have turned my alma mater into a monster. Please keep doing what u do sir.

-- Posted by sbulldog4life on Sat, Aug 29, 2009, at 8:31 PM