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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...
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...
Bulldogs fall to Kennett on the road 3-1
By Mike Buhler -- SEMO News Service ~ 04/17/14
SIKESTON -- The Kennett Indians only managed three hits off of Doug Still and the Sikeston Bulldogs on Wednesday -- but two of them came at just the right time for the Tribe. Tyson Campbell's sixth-inning base hit off of Still tied the score, then Bud Hilburn's hit three batters later chased home the go-ahead runs to give Kennett at 3-1 win over the Bulldogs in a key district and SEMO Conference game at Indian Park...
J.T. Jones signs with SEMO as preferred walk-on
04/17/14
CAPE GIRARDEAU (SMNS) -- Sikeston High School senior J.T. Jones will join the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks basketball team as a preferred walk-on. Jones follows in the footsteps of Will Holifield and Michael Porter, who both played at Sikeston and are currently at Southeast, although Porter's career was cut short by injury...
High school roundup: Priggel delivers again in Oran baseball team's victory
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...
Sikeston netters earn first win of the season
By Brent Shipman - Standard Democrat ~ 04/16/14
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- In a close match with visiting Festus on Tuesday the Sikeston Bulldogs completed a late-comeback to pick up their first win of the season, 5-4. "It was a very tight match with Festus today," Sikeston head coach Russ Dial said. "We were down by one match with only two varsity singles remaining, so pressure was on our number five and six ranked players. Fortunately, they both handled the pressure well and pulled out the match for us."...
High school roundup: Greenville deals Chaffee baseball first loss of season
Southeast Missourian ~ 04/16/14
All the local high school events reported Tuesday to the Southeast Missourian.
Sikeston Junior High track hosts relays
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 04/16/14
Sikeston's Elijah Faulkner (left) and Jamonte Smith (center) and Aaron Allen (right) participate in the 110-hurdle event Tuesday during the Sikeston Junior High Relays at Sikeston Public Stadium. (Brent Shipman Photo)
April 15, 2014 Scoreboard
04/15/14
All the high school sports scores reported to Semoball.com.
High school roundup: Notre Dame golfers lose tie-breaker with Bluff
Southeast Missourian ~ 04/15/14
All the local high school events reported Monday to the Southeast Missourian.
Sikeston golf team takes third at Poplar Bluff Invitational
04/15/14
Staff Reports sports@standard-democrat.com The Sikeston golf team finished third at the Poplar Bluff Invitational tournament Monday at Westwood Hills Country Club. Sikeston's Gabe Wheeler tied for fifth overall after shooting a 75 on the par 71 course. Blake Below shot an 81...
Sikeston boys fare well during Twilight Relays
By Chris Pobst - Standard Democrat ~ 04/12/14
sports@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- The Sikeston boys track team ended with eight first place finishes during Sikeston's annual Twilight Relays meet at Sikeston High School Friday. Other than two open events, the 100-meter dash and 1600-meter run, the Twilight Relays combine all competitors times and distances for an overall score. No team scores were kept and a best overall was recorded in each field event. 11 schools competed in the boys meet and nine in the girls...
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...
Sikeston soccer team to "Kick Cancer" April 22
Staff Reports - Standard Democrat ~ 04/12/14
SIKESTON -- The Sikeston Lady Bulldogs soccer team will do its part to bring awareness and raise money for breast cancer. On April 22 Sikeston will host Cape Central at the Sikeston Sports Complex and all money raised from that game will go to the American Cancer Society...
Sikeston left stranded in 3-1 loss to Poplar Bluff
By Brian Rosener -- SEMO News Service ~ 04/11/14
SEMO News Service POPLAR BLUFF -- Sikeston put the first two batters on base, took the lead two batters later then loaded the bases to start the SEMO Conference game Thursday. It didn't get much better after that for the Bulldogs. Poplar Bluff's Brandon Stuckenschneider got out of the first-inning jam with a strikeout then stymied Sikeston as the Mules won 3-1...

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OUR COACHING STAFF IS BY FAR THE BEST IN SOUTHEAST MO.I HAVE PLAYED ALOT OF FOOTBALL EVEN WENT TO STATE MY SOPHMORE YEAR IV'E SEEN ALOT OF GOOD TEAMS.SIKESTON HAS A PERFECT BLEND OF SPEED AND POWER.THE WAY COACH HAS TAUGHT THEM TO SWARM TO THE FOOTBALL, HAS MADE OUR DEFENSE ONE OF THE BEST AROUND.CUDOES COACHES YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME!!!!!

-- 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