Sports

Thu
02
Jun

Co-ed Slow-Pitch Softball begins

The Arcadia Valley Co-ed Slow-Pitch Softball Summer Season began with 3 games on Field # 1 at the Arcadia Valley Sports Complex.

The Goonies beat the Bears 7-4. 

Thu
02
Jun

Good turnout for 5K run

The 9th Annual Run/Walk for the AV Sports Complex was held Saturday, May 21 

In the 5K Medal Race, awards were given for the top 3 female runners and the top 3 male runners in each age division. 

Lisa LaPlante was 1st, Lois Orr was 2nd, and Michelle Marler was 3rd in the 50 and up Female Division. 

Thu
26
May

CWD surveillance increased in southern Missouri

The discovery of a deer disease in Arkansas has increased surveillance efforts by Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) staff in the southern part of the state.

This spring’s finding of 86 cases of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in northern Arkansas (82 in deer, four in elk) has caused MDC staff to ramp up sample collection for a CWD testing process that has been ongoing in Missouri since 2002. CWD is a disease that is spread from deer to deer and is fatal to all deer it infects. This neurological disease infects only deer and other members of the cervid family by causing degeneration of brain tissue.

Thu
26
May

AV athletes compete at Class 3A Sectionals

Four Arcadia Valley Track Athletes went to the Class 3, Sectional 1 Meet on May 21 at Kirkwood, but none of the qualified for the State Meet. 

Only the top 4 in each event qualify for the State Meet.

Freshman Josie Landrum was 8th in the 400 Meter Dash(Run) with a time of 1:04.58. She was 7th in the Long Jump with 12-04. 

Lauryn Feller was 6th in the Shot Put with 29-10.5.

Thu
26
May

AV track finishes good season

The Arcadia Valley Track Team, coached by Don Barzowski and Carl Harbison, had a good season. 

Melia Ackley ran the tough 300 Meter Hurdles and was the points leader. 

Lauren Feller was in Shot Put and Discus events and was 4th in the Conference Meet in the Discus. 

Thu
26
May

Lady Tigers end 18-10

The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers Varsity Basketball Team, coached by Adam Waddell and Wade Buckman, had a tough schedule but finished with an 18-10 record and beat some good teams. 

Coach Waddell thanked the parents, Coach Buckman, his dad, Tom Waddell, his wife, and a special group of girls. 

They beat Ste. Genevieve, had an overtime loss to Central, defeated Fredericktown, had 2 wins in District Tournament, and had a close and exciting game with Saxony Lutheran before losing to them in District finals. 

Thu
26
May

Tigers lose in Districts

Clearwater beat Coach John Inman’s Arcadia Valley Tigers Baseball Team 5-1 in the Class 3, District 3 Championship Game on May 19 at Jefferson. 

Isaiah Gibbs was the losing pitcher. He allowed 3 runs in the 4th inning after a throwing error put a runner on base and allowed 2 runs in the 5th inning. He had 7 strikeouts. 

Gibbs had 3 hits and scored their run. Hayden Helvey had an RBI hit and a walk. Trent Russell had a hit.

Fri
13
May

Tigers down Bismarck 7-4

The Arcadia Valley Tigers beat Bismarck 7 to 4 in Pool C Play on May 3 at Farmington. 

Jake Pryor was the winning pitcher, allowing the Indians only 6 hits and 4 runs in 6 innings and striking out 7 batters. Pryor had 2 hits and 2 RBIs. 

Tatum Jones pitched a 1-2-3 7th inning and had 2 hits and 1 RBI. 

Fri
13
May

Ninth annual run/walk set for May 21

The 9th Annual Run/Walk For The Park—The Arcadia Valley Sports Complex—is on May 21 beginning at the Iron County Courthouse. 

In the 5K Medal Race, medals will be awarded to the top 3 male runners and to the top 3 female runners. The Age Divisions are 50 and up, 40-49, 30-39, 20-29, 16-19, 13-15, and 12 and under. 

There will also be overall male and female winners. There will also be a 2-Mile Family Fun Walk. Sign-in for both is at 8 a.m. The Race/Run will start at 9 a.m.

Fri
13
May

AVHS Golf Team qualifies for Class 2 State Sectionals

The Arcadia Valley Tigers Golf Team was 2nd as a team in Class 2, District 1 on May 3 at Terre Du Lac, and qualified for the Class 2 State Sectionals. 

The Tigers’ Christian Crites tied Saxony Lutheran’s Karston Short for Medalist with an 85. 

Dawson Bennett was 3rd with an 87, and Jon Inman was 12th with an 96. Austin Emert had a 110 and Emily Bennett had a 125. 

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