Sports

Fri
08
Dec

Lesterville Bearcats win Valley Tournament

The Lesterville Bearcats, coached by Lee Richardson, beat West County 59-50 on November 30 to win the Valley of Caledonia Invitational Tournament. 

Brendan Myers led Lesterville with 22 points, followed by Holden Laughman with 15, James Gibson with 8, and Ryan Helenschmidt, Riley Mathes, and Vince Mathes with 5 each. 

In the 1st round, Lesterville beat Kingston 62-48 on November 27. 

Holden Laughman led the Bearcats with 24 points, followed by Brendan Myers with 14. 

In the semi-finals, Lesterville beat Viburnum 60-51 on November 29. 

Fri
08
Dec

South Iron Lady Panthers win Valley Tournament

The South Iron Lady Panthers beat West County 58-42 on November 30 to win the Valley of Caledonia Invitational Tournament. 

Ashley Mickan led the Lady Panthers with 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 steals, followed by Jada Brooks with 15 points and 10 rebounds, Michaela Ayers with 12 points, and Callie Miller with 8 points and 5 rebounds.

In the 1st round, the Lady Panthers beat Bismarck. 

In the semi-finals, the Lady Panthers beat Jefferson 39-26 on November 29. 

Jada Brooks led the Lady Panthers with 14 points, 8 rebounds, and 2 blocked shots, followed by Michaela Ayers with 8 points, 5 assists, 6 rebounds, and 7 steals, and Ashley Mickan with 7 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 steals. Dara Miller had 4 points, 2 blocked shots, and 3 rebounds.

Thu
30
Nov

Lesterville wins AV Tourney

The Lesterville Bearcats beat South Iron 70-45 to win the Thanksgiving Tournament on November 23rd at J. D. Maguffee Gymnasium. Fall Festival Queen Brigid Trowbridge presented the Trophy to Drew Richardson, Holdan Laughman, Riley Mathes, Ryan Helenschmidt, Gage Shy, Vince Mathes, Ayden Mathes, Conner Goesmann, Nathan Martin, Cody Overmeyer, Miles Winn, Head Coach Lee Richardson, and the Assistant Coach and managers. 

First round games

in AV Thanksgiving Tourney

The 91st Annual Arcadia Valley Thanksgiving began with first round games on November 13 and 14 at J. D. Maguffee Gymnasium.

 

West County beat Fredericktown 78-66.

 

Noah Vinson led West County with 22 points, followed by Dake McRaven with 21, Hayden Roney with 10, and Nate Kinnard with 7. 

Seth Miller led Fredericktown with 23 points, followed by Logan Winkelman with 19, Colton Rehkop with 9, and Dylan St. Clair with 8. 

 

Arcadia Valley beat Clearwater 68-49.

 

Fri
01
Sep

AV Tigers down Bismarck Indians 9-6

The Arcadia Valley Tigers Baseball Team is (kneeling, left to right) Taylon Jones, Eli Vandergriff, Trent Russell, Isaiah Gibbs, Luke Savage, Brandon Robbs, and Kyle Helms; and (standing, l-r) Assistant Coach Steve Thomas, Elliott Womble, Jackson Lamb, Stephen Pursley, Tatum Jones, Carter Brogan, Justin Rowland, Corbin Rea, Andrew Tedford, and Head Coach John Inman. 

Trent Russell was the winning pitcher in the Arcadia Valley Tigers’ 9-6 win over the Bismarck Indians on August 22 at Bismarck.

In 3 and 1/3rd innings, he allowed 3 hits, 2 walks, and no runs and had 5 strikeouts. 

Stephen Pursley was the starting pitcher. In 3 and 2/3s innings, he allowed 8 hits, 2 walks, 1 hit-by-pitch, and 6 runs and had 5 strikeouts. 

In the 1st inning for the Tigers, Trent Russell and Tatum Jones walked. Luke Savage singled in Gibbs. 

In the 3rd inning for the Tigers, Isaiah Gibbs singled and Tatum Jones and Eli Vandergriff walked. Luke Savage, with his grandfather, Bob Savage, cheering, walked to score Gibbs. 

In the 4th inning for the Tigers, Taylon Jones was hit-by-a-pitch and Corbin Rea walked. Isaiah Gibbs singled in Jones. Tatum Jones was hit-by-a-pitch. Eli Vandergriff walked to score Rea. Luke Savage hit a fly ball to the outfield and Gibbs was out at home. 

Fri
01
Sep

Lady Tigers beat Central, Lesterville

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Varsity Volleyball Team is coached by Head Coach Tara Lamb and Assistant Coach Kellee Dement. The players are (left to right) Kirsten Day, Gracee Smith, Emma Barker, Macey Browers, Karson Dement, Laney Tucker, Josie Landrum, Maddie DeMent, and Jessie Jarvis.

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Varsity Volleyball Team beat Central in 3 sets-23-25, 25-13, and 25-20-on August 22 at Central.

Karson Dement and Maddie DeMent led in kills with 10 each, followed by Josie Landrum with 6. 

Maddie DeMent led in stuff blocks with 4. Karson Dement led in digs with 19, followed by Josie Landrum with 17 and Gracee Smith and Katie Whited with 12 each. 

Karson Dement led in service points with 12, followed by Josie Landrum and Katie Whited with 8 each. Gracee Smith led in assists with 10.

 

Dexter beat the Lady Tigers 25-12 and 25-16 on August 21 at J. D. Maguffee Gymnasium. 

Macey Browers led in digs with 16, followed by Karson Dement with 7. 

Macey Browers led in service points with 5. Karson Dement led in kills with 4. Gracee Smith led in assists with 15.

 

AV Lady Tigers beat Lesterville

Fri
01
Sep

Lady Tigers Junior Varsity beats Central

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Junior Varsity Volleyball Team is coached by Kellee Dement and Tara Lamb. The players are (l-r) Kirsten Day, Gracee Smith, Katie Whited, Cierra Layton, Shyanne Smith-Hotchkiss, Noley Kitchell, Lilee Jones, Maddie DeMent, and Hannah Helvey.

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Junior Varsity Volleyball Team beat Central 25-19, 22-25, and 25-23 on August 22 at Central. 

Cierra Layton led in digs with 19, followed by Shyanne Smith-Hotchkiss with 13, Hannah Helvey with 10, Noley Kitchell with 8, and Maddie DeMent with 3. 

Shyanne Smith-Hotchkiss led in assists with 19. Shyanne Smith-Hotchkiss led in service points with 16 and aces with 3. 

Noley Kitchell and Cierra Layton had 7 service points each. Maddie DeMent led in kills with 8, followed by Hannah Helvey with 4 and Cierra Layton and Noley Kitchell with 2 each.

 

Dexter beat the Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Junior Varsity 15-25, 25-21, and 15-9 on August 21 at J. D. Maguffee Gymnasium. 

Shyanne Smith-Hotchkiss led in assists with 17. Shyanne Smith-Hotchkiss led in digs with 13, followed by Cierra Layton with 10, Lilee Jones with 7, and Hannah Helvey with 4. 

Sun
20
Aug

Update on ONSR recovery

Van Buren - Many areas at Ozark National Scenic Riverways have been reopened following the historic flood that swept through the region at the end of April and early May.  While a remarkable amount has been accomplished since that time, there are still some areas that remain partially or totally closed, and others that are open with reduced amenities and services.  The National Park Service (NPS) is continuing to move forward with repairs and recovery at those areas, while evaluating facilities and services for sustainability in the future.  As part of the ongoing recovery efforts, the NPS is undertaking an Integrated Park Improvement (IPI) planning process that will evaluate flood impacts parkwide and develop a strategy for restoring facilities and services in a manner that is more sustainable in a river corridor.  This process is expected to take at least eight months.  

Thu
22
Jun

AV Cyclones beat Leadwood

Parker Forshee was the winning pitcher in the Arcadia Valley Cyclones’ 6-2 win over Leadwood on June 12 at Jim Erpenbach Field.

In 7 innings, he allowed 3 hits, 4 walks, and 2 runs. He had 9 strikeouts. 

In the 1st inning for the Cyclones, Trey Jones and Ethan Nixon walked. 

In the 2nd inning, Peyton Whited walked. Takota Jones singled. 

In the 3rd inning, Eli Vandergriff walked. Trey Jones singled. Parker Forshee walked. Ethan Nixon hit a sacrifice fly to score Vandergriff. Tatum Jones doubled in Trey Jones and Forshee. Peyton Whited walked. Takota Jones singled in Tatum Jones. Garrett Wilkinson singled in Whited. 

In the 4th inning, Trent Russell doubled. Trey Jones walked. In the 5th inning, Ethan Nixon singled. Peyton Whited walked. Takota Jones doubled in Nixon. Garrett Wilkinson walked. 

In the 6th inning, Trent Russell walked. Ethan Nixon singled. The Cyclones are coached by Toby Jones, Brett Forshee, and Kevin Crites.

 

Thu
22
Jun

Arcadia Sporting Goods 9, FSCB 5

Arcadia Sporting Goods Junior Co-Ed Baseball Team beat First State Community Bank 9-5 on June 14 at the Arcadia Valley Sports Complex. 

Zac Pinkley was the winning pitcher. 

In the 1st inning for Arcadia Sporting Goods, Ashley Hartwick struck out and reached 1st base on a wild pitch. Lucas McComb singled. Ethan Tiefenauer singled. Blake Scaggs singled in Hartwick and McComb. Dominic Mueller walked. Zac Pinkley forced Mueller at 2nd and Tiefenauer scored. 

In the 2nd inning for ASG, Hailey Hartwick and Ashley Hartwick walked. Lucas McComb doubled in Hailey Hartwick. Ethan Tiefenauer singled in Ashley Hartwick and McComb. Blake Scaggs singled. Zac Pinkley singled in Tiefenauer. Grant McWherter walked. Ashley Jones walked and Scaggs scored. Dravis Browers walked and Pinkley scored. 

Sat
27
May

AVHS holds Athletic Awards Banquet May 12

 by Randall Cox

The Mountain Echo

 

At the Arcadia Valley Athletic Award Banquet on May 12, Lady Tigers Fast-Pitch Softball Coaches Jen Sutton and Michelle Strange called up the players. 

Katie Wren was the Most Valuable Player. Katelyn Young was the 110% Player. 

Eric Thompson called up the Tigers Junior Varsity basketball players. He praised them for working hard during the season to improve. 

Ricky Turnbough called up the Tigers Varsity basketball players. 

Austin Wren was 2nd team MAAA All-Conference and All-District. Jake Pryor was MAAA All-Conference, All-District, Dream Team, and Most Valuable Player. Jakob Thompson was the 110% player. Colton Day was the Most Improved player. 

Wade Buckman called up the Lady Tigers Junior Varsity basketball players. They had a 15-5 record and were a great defensive team. 

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