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Winfield, Mo. - The end of the school year can be bitter sweet. For the victors of athletic competition, their season ends riding off into the sunset. Unfortunately for Winfield Warriors athletics, their season ending bids in baseball, golf and soccer finished with a first round shot to the jaw.
Score more runs than your opponents; Don’t let them score more runs than you. That sums up baseball (and nearly every other scoring sport except golf) in a nutshell. The Winfield Warriors boys baseball team didn’t have to worry about defense the way they were swinging their bats this week.
The Indians track team took the scenic route west last Tuesday to compete in the Hermann invitational. The return of endurance-phenomenon Josiah Heras was impactful, and he went to work right away, notching a first-place finish in the 400 meter dash. He would team up later with Dodson, Byers…
Senior Gwen Gilbert has been selected as this year’s St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete from Silex High School.
Winfield, Mo. - The Winfield Warriors took the short drive west down Hwy 47 on April 26 to compete at the Troy Buchanan Trojan Varsity Invitational track meet. The athletes performed exceptionally, besting their in-county rivals several times over. Unfortunately, trouble bussed in from out o…
Troy, Mo. – On April 26, Troy Buchanan High School welcomed many of the area’s best track and best squads for the Trojan Invitational.
Elsberry, Mo. - Twenty different schools gathered in southwest Elsberry for an all-day golf tournament hosted by the hometown Indians.
Winfield, Mo. - Outmatched and outcompeted, the Winfield Warriors track team found no quarter at the Wright City invitational on April 14. The season, one of ups and downs, had been experiencing an upward swing until the meet. Although gold eluded them, the boys were still able to find a few…
On Thursday, 4-21-22 (at 4:15), Winfield hosted Orchard Farm in GAC North Conference play. Although the Warriors were able to play strong enough defense to hold Orchard Farm to a single goal in the first half (scored on a penalty kick), the second half was a different story entirely.
On Monday, 4-18-22 (at 4:30), Winfield traveled south to Hillsboro for another windy game against a non-conference opponent. The game was very evenly matched throughout, with much of the play focusing on the middle third of the field.
Winfield, Mo. - After a brutal loss to St. Dominic earlier in the week, the Winfield Warriors turned their fortunes around, blowing out North Point 14-1.
Winfield, Mo. - The Warrior’s golf club has been steadily improving all season, and they finally proved it with an in-conference victory. Coach Schelich spoke on the last few outings for the club, stating, “We one our first conference match against the St. Charles Pirates the other day, and …
Silex, Mo. - After splitting a pair of games at the Marion County Triangular, Silex needed a win against Mark Twain to get back on track.
On Tuesday, 4-12-22 (at 4:30), Winfield traveled to Warrenton for a GAC North Conference game. Winfield played very well from beginning to end, controlling the majority of the game. The ladies scored two goals in the first half and added two more after the break. Warrenton earned one goal ea…
Facing stiff competition including their East Lincoln rival Elsberry, Winfield high school put up an impressive effort to find the podium a season record nine times. Beginning with the boys track team, Sophomore Collin Sams edged out Elsberry Rival Josiah Heras in the 200m race for a third p…
Elsberry, Mo. - The “Mini-Medal” meet at Bowling Green High took place on Tuesday, April 5 and Elsberry Indian senior Josiah Heras is quickly becoming a bright spot for the Indian’s track program.
Troy, Mo. – In his first season at the helm last year, Matt Havermale was looking to go “back to basics,” as he looked to build Troy Buchanan’s girls soccer program from the ground up.
Elsberry, Mo – The COVID-19 pandemic left Elsberry golf coach Kari Koch-Dowell a squad of players who were learning how to play the game in 2021.
Troy, Mo. – A new coach, new teams added to the schedule and a new training regimen are just a few things that are different about Troy Buchanan boys tennis in 2022.
Troy, Mo. – For Troy Buchanan’s boys and girls track teams in 2021, it was about just enjoying competition again after not doing it for nearly two years due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Winfield, Mo. – Winfield coach Brian Schelich has watched his boys golf team grow from a small unit that could barely qualify for matches into a 12-man staff he believes can compete in 2022.
Winfield, Mo. – In his first season as track and field coach at Winfield in 2021, Cody Spegal was blessed with an embarrassment of riches on both the girls and boys side.
Elsberry, Mo. – After the most successful season in seven years of coaching Elsberry’s boys and girls track teams, Aaron Johnson is obviously expecting more from his Indians.
Troy, Mo. – After getting over the hump and taking down Fort Zumwalt West to earn the Class 6 District 4 Girls Basketball Tournament championship, Troy Buchanan’s reward was a sectional matchup against an Incarnate Word squad which hadn’t lost a game in nearly two years – and smashed the Tro…
Elsberry, Mo. – By now, everyone in Lincoln County knows what Elsberry’s baseball team did in 2021, reaching the Class 3 Final Four in Springfield.
Two Wentzville School District wrestlers, Cassidy Benwell and Kate Cooper, took home individual state titles during the MSHSAA Girls Wrestling Championship at the University of Missouri-Columbia on Feb. 17-19.
Troy, Mo. – Troy Buchanan High School honored several of its senior basketball players and cheerleaders at halftime of its boys basketball game against Fort Zumwalt South on Feb. 18. Each senior was also able to honor a teacher who influenced the educational journey.
Silex, Mo. – After knocking off host Sturgeon in the opening round of the Class 2 District 5 Tournament, Silex looked to advance to the championship game against Cairo.
Seven Troy Buchanan High School seniors signed the dotted line to continue their athletic journeys at colleges locally - and abroad.