The Spoofhounds have won 30 consecutive games.
Every football program holds summer camp, many do middle school camps, but few do them with the numbers and expectations of Maryville.
West Platte wins its second straight district championship Wednesday night.
Maryville will face St. Pius in the district championship for the second year in a row; Central moves on to the semifinals.
Lafayette tops Benton, Bishop LeBlond and Maryville to rematch in district tournament final.
Savannah beats LeBlond to win the MEC, while Central routs Oak Park.
High school golfers earn trip to state, Class 2 sectional postponed until Tuesday.
Bishop LeBlond claims Class 2, District 8 title, Savannah claims third in Class 3, District 8.
Savannah scores a 6-5 comeback win over Benton at Hyde Park.
Bishop LeBlond claims team championship and three of the top four individual spot.
Cameron, Chillicothe, and Maryville claim wins on the first day of the Pony Express Tournament.
Joe Drake finishes his 40-year career as Missouri's all-time wins leader.
Mike Kuwitzky wrapped up a 28 year career as the head coach of Maryville Boys Basketball on Thursday.
LeBlond boys move past Trenton; West Platte and Mid-Buchanan set for rematch Saturday
Bishop LeBlond, Lathrop, Maysville among the girls teams advancing the second round of district play.
14 wrestlers from northwest Missouri will battle for a state championship on Saturday.
Maryville head boys basketball coach Mike Kuwitzky says his contract will not be renewed for the 2014-2015 season.
Maryville breaks losing skid, North Andrew sweeps North Nodaway.
Benton and West Platte get back in the win column Friday night.
Lafayette edges LeBlond; Cameron's 14-game win streak ends in Smithville.
Benton comes from behind to beat Chillicothe; Central falls in the semifinals of the NKC Tournament.
Back-to-back Class 3 State Champions will carry on as teammates with the Bearcats.
Cameron takes second, Benton third as Tyler McNutt wins Outstanding Wrestler Award.
Lafayette cruises past Kearney; Savannah uses overtime to beat Maryville.
Lafayette boys and girls win big while Riverside splits with ACCHS.
Lady Eagles cruise past Maryville while Falls City drops East Buchanan to round out the LeBlond Holiday Basketball Tournament.
Central tops Platte County again in home opener, plus other results from around the region.
Central girls took second in the Liberty North Invitational; LeBlond picked up a road win at South Harrison.
Matt Webb earns Class 3 Coach of the Year as Spoofhounds send six players.
Lafayette cruises past Benton, while St. Joseph Christian gets first win under Clay Linebach.
Maryville's Brody McMahon, Trent Nally and Hamilton's Kellen Overstreet earn Player of the Year honors.
Lafayette edged Chillicothe, while LeBlond knocked off Savannah Friday night.
Lafayette beat Platte County Wednesday, while Staley topped Savannah.
Savages play rude hosts to Maryville, downing them 51-15 to earn a date with Staley on Wednesday.
The Spoofhounds use 28 unanswered points to win their fourth state championship and their 30th consecutive game.
Matt Webb and Jackson Morrison talk about capturing a state title and their 30th consecutive win.
The Spoofhounds will face Seneca for the Class 3 state title after a 22-13 win over the Pintos.
Maryville, Lawson, and Hamilton all advance to next Saturday's semifinals.
The unbeaten Spoofhounds put their winning streak on the line in the Class 3 quarterfinals on Saturday.
The Spoofhounds end Cameron's season by a 42-14 final to take the Class 3, District 8 crown.
Maryville and Cameron will square off for the crown in a battle of the top two seeds.
Chillicothe tops LeBlond to advance to the district championship.
Maryville sets school single-game scoring record, while Cameron romps Central Academy.
This makes consecutive titles for Savannah and LeBlond (four in a row).
Bishop LeBlond, Mid-Buchanan set to battle for the Class 2, District 16 volleyball championship.
District semifinal volleyball matchups are set for Tuesday.
Maryville completes a perfect regular season with a win over Lafayette.
Maysville sits in ninth as a team after the first round in Sedalia.
Maryville earns at least a share of MEC championship with win over Savannah.
Savannah and Maryville are the only two Midland Empire Conference teams without a loss in a league game.
|Bishop LeBlond||North Platte|
|Jefferson||St. Joseph Christian|
|Maur Hill-Mount Academy||Troy|
|Mound City||West Platte|