Sports

Wed
29
May

5th annual Barry Mills Memorial Scholarship Run/Walk held in Annapolis

Champ McMurry and Ashley Cherry, both from Annapolis, were the Over-all Top Winners of the Annapolis 5K Barry Mills Memorial Scholarship Run/Walk on Saturday, April 20, 2019.

Champ completed the 5K Run in 23.54 minutes and Ashley  followed close behind with 23.56 minutes!  Pictured in the middle is Leland Batson, Annapolis, Best Runner Under Age 13.  Leland completed the run in 31.52 minutes.

Joey Major took 2nd place in Women Age 40-49 and was awarded a Crazy Sister gift certificate for having the most sponsors.

Joan Hill; Annapolis, coordinated the event that was made successful by those that ran/walked, gave a donation or participated in any way.

Two South Iron graduates; Marissa Johnson and Austin Ruble were each awarded a $500.00 scholarship.

 

Annapolis 5K Barry Mills Memorial Scholarship:

1.  Austin Ruble - $500.00

2. Marissa Johnson - $500.00

 

South Iron Community Betterment Association Scholarship:

Fri
26
Apr

AV track competes at Salem

The Arcadia Valley Track Teams went to the Salem Meet on April 9.

Boys Team results: Josiah Lantz was 6th in the 1600 Meter Run with a time of  5:18.04. Dawson Couch was 8th in the 110 Meter Hurdles. The 4x100 Meter Relay Team  of Cyrus Amelunke, Caden Dettmer, Eli Jones, and Nathan Pannebecker was 6th with a time of 4:10.24. The 4x800 Meter Relay Team of Eli Jones, Josiah Lantz, Cyrus Amelunke, and Lucas McCombs was 2nd with a time of 9:40.58. Connor Bolhafner was 4th in the Shot Put with 39-08. David Kellogg was 8th in the Long Jump with 14-04.

Fri
26
Apr

Tigers down Valley, Greenville, Bismarck

The Arcadia Valley Tigers Varsity Baseball Team beat Greenville 12-2 on April 2 at Greenville.

Stephen Pursley was the winning pitcher. In 4 innings, he allowed 3 hits, 1 walk, and 1 run. He had 6 strikeouts. Carter Brogan pitched 2 innings and allowed 1 hit, 1 walk, and 1 run.

Taylon Jones had 2 doubles and 1 walk and scored 3 runs. Carter Brogan had 2 singles and 1 triple, had 4 RBIs, and scored 1 run. Eli Vandergriff had 2 RBIs and scored 1 run. Luke Savage had 3 walks. Stephen Pursley had 1 single and 1 double and had 1 RBI. Corbin Rea had 3 walks, had 1 RBI, and scored 1 run. Jackson Lamb had a 3-run home run. Kyle Helms had 1 single and scored 1 run. Elliot Womble had 1 single and scored 2 runs.

 

The Arcadia Valley Tigers beat Valley of Caledonia 11-1 in 7 innings on April 9 at Valley.

Stephen Pursley was the winning pitcher. In 6 innings, he allowed 3 hits, 4 walks, and 1 run. He had 9 strikeouts.

Thu
04
Apr

AV Tigers beat Lesterville Bearcats

The Arcadia Valley Tigers Varsity Baseball Team beat the Lesterville Bearcats 16-1 in 4 innings on March 18 at Jim Erpenbach Field.

Elliot Womble was the winning pitcher. In 4 innings, he allowed 5 hits, 2 walks, and 1 run. He had 3 strikeouts. Brendan Myers was the losing pitcher. Collyer Maize also pitched.

For the Tigers: Taylon Jones had 2 singles and 1 walk and scored 3 runs. Carter Brogan in 2 at-bats had 1 single and 1 walk and scored 1 run. Jackson Lamb had 1 single and scored 2 runs. Eli Vandergriff reached base 2 times on errors and was hit-by-pitches twice and had 2 RBIs and scored 4 runs. Kyle Helms had 1 double, had 2 RBIs, and scored 1 run. Luke Savage had 1 double and 2 singles, had 5 RBIs, and scored 3 runs. Stephen Pursley had 2 singles and 1 walk, had 2 RBIs, and scored 2 runs. Corbin Rea had 2 singles and 1 walk and 1 sacrifice fly and had 3 RBIs. Andrew Tedford had 1 single and had 1 RBI. Jacob Gibbs had 1 double, had 1 RBI, and scored 1 run.

Wed
20
Feb

Bearcats beat Valley, Viburnum, Ellington

The Lesterville Bearcats beat Ellington 54-50 on February 16 at Ellington.

Holden Laughman led the Bearcats with 16 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists. James Gipson had 14 points and 5 rebounds. Brendan Myers had 12 points, 11 rebounds, and 2 steals. Riley Mathes had 8 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists. Vince Mathes had 4 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists.

The Bearcats beat Viburnum 88-34 on February 12 at Viburnum.

Holden Laughman led the Bearcats with 21 points, 3 rebounds, 10 assists, and 5 steals. James Gipson had 20 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals. Riley Mathes had 15 points and 10 rebounds. Brendan Myers had 11 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals. Nolan Mathes had 9 points and 3 rebounds.

The Bearcats beat Valley of Caledonia 79-35 on February 13 at Lesterville.

Wed
20
Feb

Lady Tigers defeat Kingston 67-36

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers defeated Kingston 67-36 on February 13 at J. D. Maguffee Gymnasium.

Josie Landrum led the Lady Tigers with 24 points. Gracee Smith had 21 points. Emily Bennett had 9 points. Katie Whited had 6 points. Jaesa Brockes had 2 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists.

Central beat the Lady Tigers 60-52 on February 11 at Central.

Jaesa Brockes and Gracee Smith led the Lady Tigers with 16 points each. Katie Whited had 7 points and 8 assists. Kirsten Day had 9 rebounds. Callie Thurston led Central with 16 points.

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Basketball Team beat Potosi 56-42 on February 14 at Potosi.

Gracee Smith led the Lady Tigers with 21 points and 7 rebounds. Jaesa Brockes had 16 points and 17 rebounds. Katie Whited had 8 points. Cameryn Yount led Potosi with 12 points.

Wed
20
Feb

Ruble named MO Rookie of the Year

Wayland Ruble

A young man from Annapolis has been named “Rookie of the Year” for Missouri by the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA).

Wayland Ruble, the son of Mike and Angie Ruble of Annapolis (and under the tutelage of his Aunt Patti Walker), started showing horses barely seven months ago. Last June, he participated in a Youth Quarter Horse Show, showing at halter HR Elusive Secret (“EZ”), a three-year-old Quarter Horse gelding owned by Walker.

He went on to win Grand Champion in other shows, earning 50 points to qualify for a Superior Award from AQHA.

Wayland has traveled over 6,000 miles and has shown in seven different states.

With the Rookie of the Year award came a trophy belt buckle with his name on it and a new pair of Justin boots.

Wayland also earned the distinction of being 3rd in the Nation in the Youth Division (11 and under).

Wed
20
Feb

VHS Volleyball players earn Academic All-State Honors.

AVHS Varsity Volleyball players who earned Academic All-State honors include: (back row, from left) Maddie DeMent, Katie Whited, Gracee Smith, Cierra Layton, Kirsten Day, (front row, from left) Laney Tucker, Macey Browers, and Josie Landrum. The team is coached by Tara Lamb.

AVHS Varsity Volleyball players who earned Academic All-State honors include: (back row, from left) Maddie DeMent, Katie Whited, Gracee Smith, Cierra Layton, Kirsten Day, (front row, from left) Laney Tucker, Macey Browers, and Josie Landrum. The team is coached by Tara Lamb.

Fri
04
Jan

MO Wildlife Code basis for keeping sustainable wildlife populations

by Sarah Ettinger-Dietzel

Conservation Agent for Iron County

 

As deer and turkey season end, avid hunters switch their focus from large game to small game hunting and trapping.

Hunting and trapping of furbearers in Missouri is a time honored tradition that has spanned centuries. In the early years it was feared many of Missouri’s wildlife were on the verge of disappearing. The introduction of ground breaking ecological principles and strategic management practices implemented by concerned Missourians brought the return of healthy wildlife populations, not seen since pre-settlement times.

Fri
04
Jan

Lady Tigers beat Steelville 73-47

by Randall Cox

 

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Basketball Team, seeded 5th, beat Steelville, seeded 4th, 73-47 on December 26 in the 1st round of the Central Christmas Tournament.

The Lady Tigers out-rebounded Steelville 40 to 20.

Gracee Smith, chosen as the Player of the Game, had 25 points. Katie Whited and Jaesa Brockes had 13 points each. Whited had 6 assists. Brockes had 8 rebounds. Josie Landrum had 8 points and 4 assists. Kirsten Day had 8 points and 13 rebounds. Jaidyn Phelps had 6 points. Sydney Booker led Steelville with 23 points.

Central beat the Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers 66-51 on December 28 in the semi-finals of the Central Christmas Tournament.

The Lady Tigers were within 4 points of Central after 3 quarters, but were out-scored 16 to 5 in the 4th quarter.

Josie Landrum led the Lady Tigers with 18 points, Gracee Smith had 15, Katie Whited had 11, and Jaesa Brockes had 4.

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