Sports

Sun
14
Oct

Lady Tigers down Valley and VC

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Varsity Volleyball Team beat Valley of Caledonia 25-6 and 25-5 on September 27 at Valley of Caledonia.

Katie Whited was the Player of the Game. Maddie DeMent led in kills with 9, Gracee Smith had 5, and Laney Tucker and Josie Landrum had 3 each. Macey Browers led in serves with 17, Maddie DeMent had 11, and Katie Whited and Gracee Smith had 7 each.

Macey Browers and Josie Landrum led in digs with 7 each, Katie Whited had 6, Gracee Smith had 4, and Cierra Layton had 3. Macey Browers led in assists with 23. Katie Whited led in serve receives with 3 and Josie Landrum had 2.

 

The Lady Tigers Varsity beat Valley Catholic 25-21 and 25-21 on October 2 at Valle Catholic.

Josie Landrum was the Player of the Game. Maddie DeMent led in kills with 11, Josie Landrum had 6, and Laney Tucker and Kirsten Day had 4 each. Katie Whited led in serves with 14, Macey Browers had 12, and Maddie DeMent had 11.

Sun
14
Oct

AVHS XC teams compete at ND

The Arcadia Valley High School Cross Country Teams went to the Cape Girardeau Notre Dame Cross Country Meet on September 29-30.

On the 29th for the Varsity Boys, Josiah Lantz was 66th with a time of 19:46.25. Eli Jones was 67th with a time of 19:50.90. Cyrus Amelunke was 77th with a time of 20:13.46. Caden Dettmer was 80th with a time of 20:24.21. Christopher Strange was 81st with a time of 20:28.97. Dominic Mueller was 109th with a time of 28:58.48. Joshua Southern was 117th with a time of 26:50.71.

The Boys Varsity Team finished 14th in the 16-team run.

For the Varsity Girls, Erica Standfer was 41st with a time of 23:03.30. Trinity Russell was 55th with a time of 25:36.26. Mary Tevis was 59th with a time of 26:06.68. Autumn Thomas was 61st with a time of 26:33.21. Gabriella Weber was 65th with a time of 28:04.58. Jadelynn Winnie was 68th with a time of 28:32.31.

The Girls Varsity Team finished 10th in the 16-team run.

Tue
09
Oct

AV Middle School Cross Country medals at Cape Notre Dame meet

The Arcadia Valley Middle School Cross Country Teams competed in the Cape Notre Dame Meet on September 29. Alyssa Glanzer (left) got a 18th place medal and Savannah Boeving got a 21st place medal.

The Arcadia Valley Middle School Cross Country Teams competed in the Cape Girardeau Notre Dame Meet on September 29.

Stone Gill got his 3rd 1st place medal and his 4th medal of the season. He beat his last year’s 1st place time at the Cape Notre Dame Meet by 19 seconds. He earned his 1st trophy for finishing 1st. Dillon Mueller got a 14th place medal and his 4th medal of the season. Matt Ridlon got a 21st place medal and his 4th medal of the season.

Alyssa Glanzer got a 18th place medal and her 4th medal of the season. Savannah Boeving got a 21st place medal and her 3rd medal of the season.

The others were Wren Blount 44th place, Gavan Douglas 48th place, Ryan Ridlon 75th place, Lily Pursley 77th place, Hannah Henson 81st place, Kaydence Whited 122nd place, Colin Whited 123rd place, Mackienze Storie 132nd place, Hunter Myracle 134th place, Cooper Lorenz 136th place, Kolten Smith 137th place, Nolan Inman 181st place, and Brayden Whited 182nd place.

Tue
09
Oct

S. Iron Cross Country at Ellington

South Iron’s D. J. Prater medaled and took 6th place in the Cape Notre Dame Cross Country Meet on September 28.

The South Iron Cross Country Teams competed in the Ellington Meet on September 26.

The South Iron Junior High Girls took 1st place. The Junior High Boys took 2nd place.

The Individual Medalists were: D. J. Prater was 5th in the High School Boys Run. Marquis Burse was 2nd in the Junior High Boys Run. Will Malone was 6th and Jack Henson was 11th.

Allecia Cornell was 2nd in the Junior High Girls Run. Maddie Ayers was 4th. Arwen Koenig was 5th. Tamiya Burse was 6th. Rose Armstead was 7th. Enzley Dinkins was 8th. Kaeleigh Johnson was 11th. Drew Gayle was 14th.

Coach Jason McMurry said, “I am proud of all of our Cross Country Athletes.”

Tue
09
Oct

Lady Tigers down W. County

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Varsity Volleyball Team beat West County 25-17 and 25-18 on September 25 at J. D. Maguffee Gymnasium.

Maddie DeMent led in kills with 9, Kirsten Day and Laney Tucker had 6 each, and Macey Browers had 3.  Gracee Smith led in digs with 7, Macey Browers had 6, Josie Landrum and Katie Whited had 4 each, and Cierra Layton had 3. Macey Browers led in assists with 17 and Gracee Smith had 3.

 

The Lady Tigers Varsity beat Valley of Caledonia 25-6 and 25-5 on September 27 at Valley.

Maddie DeMent led in kills with 9, Gracee Smith had 5, and Josie Landrum and Laney Tucker had 3 each. Macey Browers and Josie Landrum led in digs with 7 each, Katie Whited had 6, Gracee Smith had 4, and Cierra Layton had 3. Macey Browers led in assists.

 

The Class 3 Advance Hornets beat the Lady Tigers Varsity 25-17 and 25-14 on September 21 at Advance.

Tue
09
Oct

Tigers beat St. Paul Lutheran

The Arcadia Valley Tigers Baseball Team beat St. Paul Lutheran 15-0 in 3 innings on September 28 at Jim Erpenbach Field.

Carter Brogan was the winning pitcher. In 2 innings, he allowed 1 hit, 1 walk, and no runs.

Taylon Jones pitched 1 inning and allowed 1 hit and no runs.

In the 1st inning, Taylon Jones and Carter Brogan singled. Eli Vandergriff walked. Kyle Helms walked to score Jones. Luke Savage singled in Brogan and Vandergriff. Stephen Pursley singled in Helms. Corbin Rea grounded out and Savage scored. Taylon Jones walked.

In the 2nd inning, Eli Vandergriff walked. Kyle Helms tripled in Vandergriff. Stephen Pursley singled in Helms. Corbin Rea singled. Jacob Gibbs was hit-by-a-pitch. Titan Armstrong doubled in Pursley and Rea. Carter Brogan tripled in Gibbs and Armstrong.

Thu
06
Sep

AV Tigers beat Bismarck Indians

The Arcadia Valley Tigers Varsity Baseball Team is (kneeling, left to right) Dawson Couch, Titan Armstrong, Jacob Gibbs, Kyle Helms, Eli Vandergriff, Luke Savage, Will Erpenbach, Matthew Jarvis, Hunter Smith, Isaiah Eudy, and Brandon Logan; and (standing, l-r) Head Coach John Inman, Jackson Lamb, Drew Tedford, Taylon Jones, Corbin Rea, Stephen Pursley, Carter Brogan, Keagan Lawlor, Evan Maxwell, and Assistant Coach Steve Thomas. 

The Arcadia Valley Tigers Varsity Baseball Team beat Bismarck 11-1 in 5-innings on August 28 at Jim Erpenbach Field. 

Eli Vandergriff was the winning pitcher. In 5 innings, he allowed 1 hit, 3 walks, 1 hit-by-pitch, and 1 run. 

Wed
29
Aug

Lady Tigers undefeated in Central Jamboree

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Varsity Volleyball Team, coached by Tara Lamb and Carley Barton, beat Fredericktown, Grandview, and Park Hills Central in the Central Jamboree.

The members of the Lady Tigers Varsity Volleyball Team are Emma Barker, Macey Browers, Kirsten Day, Maddie DeMent, Noley Kitchell, Josie Landrum, Cierra Layton, Laney Tucker, Gracee Smith, Shyanne Smith-Hotchkiss, and Katie Whited.

The Lady Tigers beat Fredericktown 15-7 and 15-10. They beat Grandview 15-7 and 15-5. They beat Park Hills Central 15-7 and 15-7. The Lady Tigers all contributed to the wins.

The members of the Lady Tigers Junior Varsity are Arial Chappell, Maddie DeMent, Hannah Helvey, Makayla Keesee, Maggie Newstead-Adams, Halle Savage, Gracee Smith, Taber Stone, and Allie Tyndall.           

Thu
16
Aug

MDC seeks public input on regs for crappie fishing

Wappapello – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is seeking public input on a possible regulation change for crappie fishing at Wappapello Lake in Wayne County to both allow anglers to keep more crappie and promote more consistency in the quality of the fishery.

Wappapello Lake is a popular fishing location in Southeast Missouri. According to MDC, crappie are the most popular fish sought by anglers fishing the lake.

Under the existing MDC regulation, anglers may harvest a daily limit of 30 white and black crappie combined with a minimum length of 9 inches. Under the proposed regulation change, there will be no minimum length limit for crappie. The daily limit will remain at 30 crappie, but not more than 15 of those fish could be above 9 inches.

Thu
28
Jun

Powell wins three in Senior Olympics

Bobby Powell

An Ironton man entered four areas of competition in the recent St. Louis Senior Olympics and won first place in three of them.

The competition was held at the Jewish Community Center in Creve Couer from June 24 to June 29.  Powell’s events - the softball and football throw - were held on Memorial Day.

“I started practicing about a month (before the competition),” he said, “but I had only one practice throw before they said it was time to begin.  I got up there and I thought I had five throws, so I was gradually going to work my way up to it.  Turns out, we got only two throws.”

Nevertheless, he managed to fling the softball 130 feet to win the ages 75-79 category.  Powell is 76.

“Two weeks before the competition I threw the softball 150 feet on a local field,” he said.

He also won first place in accuracy, hitting a target at two different distances.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Sports