Varsity soccer results, October 17
Stover 5 Calvary Lutheran 0
2014 Stover Junior High Cross Country
The 2014 Stover Junior High cross country team is, from left, Bryce Bauer, Lindey Oehrke, Hollie Flom, and Gracie Thompson.
2014 Stover Junior High soccer
The 2014 Stover Junior High soccer team is, front from left, Gage Fischer, Cory Petree, Sammy Lor, Jenna Bellis, Charlie Conard, Madi Shearer, back from left, Blake Bauer, Paul Keener, Emily Bauer, Bryce Bauer, Devlyn Fry, Gracie Thompson, Chad Nolting, Charlie Black, Zach Estes, and Morgan Miller.
Hunter Miesner serves Tuesday, Oct. 7, in Stover as the Lady Bulldogs beat Windsor (25-19)(25-10).
Net shots are harder to dig
Camren Propst, No. 4, hits during the JV match with Windsor Tuesday, Oct. 7, in Stover. The Lady Bulldogs won (25-13)(25-11)
The most important play
Hunter Miesner passes serve Tuesday, Oct. 7, in Stover as the Lady Bulldogs beat Windsor (25-19)(25-10).
Lady Bulldogs win second at Versailles, fail to get by Cole Camp
The Stover High School volleyball team split two of their final three Kaysinger Conference matches. First they beat Windsor (25-19)(25-10) Tuesday, Oct. 7, in Stover. Then they traveled Thursday, Oct. 9, briefly west and lost to Cole Camp (24-26)(25-22)(18-25).
Wanting the shot
Landon Thompson, No. 29, charges after a lead pass Tuesday, Oct. 7, in Stover. Unfortunately, the ball was going away from Thompson and toward the goalie, and this shot never happened. However, Stover beat Columbia Independent 3-0.
Trying to get loose
Tristin Dixon, No. 15, tries to shake a defender and get a close shot Tuesday, Oct. 7, at Stover. The defender succeeded in stopping Dixon this time, bu Stover beat Columbia Independent 3-0.
Haag notches fifth shutout
Alex Haag, Stover High School varsity soccer goalkeeper, blanked Columbia Independent 3-0 Tuesday, Oct. 7, in Stover to secure his fifth shutout. The sophomore continues to improve and is having a sparkling season.
Brady Smith wins the 12th-place medal in the Stover Invitational Varsity Boys Cross Country race Wednesday, Oct. 8, at Legion Park in Stover. He turned a 21:19.
The Bulldog ace
Nelson McCollom won the fifth-place medal in the Stover Invitational Varsity Boys Cross Country race Wednesday, Oct. 8, at Legion Park in Stover. He turned a 19:56.
Eleanor Oerhke gets around the course Wednesday, Oct. 8, at Legion Park in Stover in 31:12 to finish 17th in the Stover Invitational Varsity Girls Cross Country race.
Bauer and Thompson win, four others medal at Stover Invitational
Stover Junior High seventh-graders Bryce Bauer and Gracie Thompson were winners Wednesday, Oct. 8, at the Stover Invitational Cross Country Meet at Legion Park. Stover High School Junior Nelson McCollom and sophomore Brady Smith both medaled in the varsity boys race.
Not so friendly service
Tanna Bellis serves Monday, Oct. 6, at Stover as the junior high Lady Bulldogs lost to Skyline (6-25)(21-25).
Getting the third hit over
Haley McCullough back bumps one over the net Monday, Oct. 6, at Stover as the junior high Lady Bulldogs lost to Skyline (6-25)(21-25).
Junior High Lady Bulldogs
endure three tough matches
The Stover Junior High volleyball team ran into three tough opponents in a row. The results were not all bad, at least for the “B” team.
Soccer match with Sacred Heart rescheduled
The varsity soccer match between Sacred Heart and Stover, postponed due to weather Tuesday, Oct. 14, has been rescheduled 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, at Stover.
Varsity golf results, Oct. 14
Jensen Bauer shot 172 over 36 holes to finish 21st in the Class 1 Missouri State Girls Golf Tournament.
Varsity volleyball results, October 14
Stover 25 Sacred Heart 19
Sacred Heart 25 Stover 21
Stover 25 Sacred Heart 16
Varsity volleyball results, October 13
Stover 25 Versailles 23
Stover 25 Versailles 19
Stover JV 25 Versailles 19
Stover JV 25 Versailles 5
Kim Brockman, left, and Gary Rehkop hold their trophies from the Ann Porter Memorial Crappie Tournament Saturday, Oct. 11, at the Ivy Bend Marina. They placed first in the tournament with an overall weight of 9.14 pounds, and also shared the biggest fish trophy with a weight of 1.34 pounds. Not pictured are Jim Fisher and Joe Heer, third place; Phillip Haynes and Travis Bullock, second place. The tournament was sponsored by Rebel Docks and the Ivy Bend Resort. (photo by Charlotte Gaden)
Archery deer and turkey
regulations set for 2014
The Missouri Department of Conservation, MDC, has announced the 2014 archery deer and turkey season regulations. The early season is Monday, Sept. 15, through Friday, Nov. 14. It resumes Wednesday, Nov. 26 through Thursday, Jan. 15.
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