• Schuyler County Takes Boy’s Third At N. Shelby0

     Schuyler County Takes Boy’s Third At N. Shelby By David SharpBrashear has won several of their 11 contests so far this season with clutch free throws and by making plays in the closing moments of games.The Tigers dropped the 21st Annual North Shelby Tournament third place game largely due to missed free throws, and being

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  • KC Eagles Power Past Brashear To North Shelby Tournament Title Game11

    KC Eagles Power Past Brashear To North Shelby Tournament Title Game By David SharpTwo of Northeast Missouri’s top boys’ basketball teams put on a great show for a packed house in January 21, 2009 North Shelby Tournament championship semi-final action.A rapidly improving Knox County team played their best game of the season to date, overpowering

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  • Scotland County Turns Tables On Lady Eagles0

    Scotland County Turns Tables On Lady EaglesBy David SharpKnox County handed Scotland County a come from behind loss in the final ten seconds of their previous meeting at Knox County. It was the Lady Tigers’ turn to celebrate a last second win in the championship semi-finals of the 2009 North Shelby Tournament.Valerie Oldham scored a

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  • Lady Eagles Take Third At North Shelby Tourney0

    Lady Eagles Take Third At North Shelby Tourney By David SharpKnox County got out of the gate with a 9-2 run and closed with another 6-2 spurt, claiming the girls’ third place game of the 21st Annual North Shelby Tournament by a final score of 37-31 over top seeded Schuyler County.The Lady Eagles held their

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  • Indians Fall To Van Far0

     Indians Fall To Van Far There was lots of smoke, but not much fire as the two Indian teams in the Palmyra Tournament met Thursday night. Van Far led 12-10 after one, and the score was tied at 22 at the half. Clark County trailed 33-30 after three, with Bryan Plenge getting a steal and

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  • Bobcats Too Much For Lady Indians0

     Bobcats Too Much For Lady Indians The Clark County Lady Indians were overmatched by a quick and tall Bowling Green Bobcat team in the opening round of the Tony Lenzini Tournament in Palmyra on Tuesday afternoon. Bowling Green had control of the game from the beginning, using that height and quickness to force turnovers, and

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