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The WSHS cross country team competed at the Class 3, District 5 Championships at Outlet Park at Lake Pomme De Terre Dam in Hermitage, Missouri on October 31, 2020.   Results Varsity Girls (3.1 miles, Top 15 Medaled & Qualified for State) Bethany Waggoner, 2nd, 20:57.37 (season best...
The Willow Springs Bears traveled to Forsyth to challenge the Panthers for the first round of district play.    Despite scoring more points than they had since September, the season ended for the Bears with a final score of 21 to 41. They ended their season with a record of 1 and 7...
The Liberty Eagles went head to head against the Houston Tigers Friday Night at the Eagles Nest. Liberty had all but one of their injured players back in uniform. Jentry Acklin #17 is still out with the hip injury he received several weeks ago while catching a long pass and coming down hard...
The Willow Springs Bears traveled to Ava for a Bear to Bear faceoff for the last game of the regular season. Ava had a 4/4 record. It has been three weeks since Willow has been on the gridiron, and the team is still missing several key players. Wind and cold at Ava didn't help Willow to keep hold...
As the SCA regular season play winds down the Liberty Eagles travelled to Houston to take on the Tigers. The Tigers were coming into the game 3W-3L, while the Liberty Eagles were sitting at 6-2 after a five-game winning streak. At midfield the team captains, Eagles #10 Tyler Watts and Tigers #72...
Doubles team Kenna Cox and Taylor Reese placed third in the statewide MSHSAA tennis tournament on October 17. After placing first in the district tournament, the WSHS seniors were one of sixteen teams in Missouri to advance to the state tournament.    According to Coach David Cox, the teams...
Varsity Girls (3.1 Miles, Top 15 Medaled) Bethany Waggoner, 2nd, 22:20.28     Varsity Boys (3.1 Miles, Top 15 Medaled) Nolan Perkins, 6th, 20:18.34 Simon Bolander, 8th, 20:44.66 Hunter Hicks, 9th, 20:55.84     Junior High Girls (1.5 Miles, Top 10 Medaled) Hailey-Jade Unruh,...
McKenna Cox and Taylor Reese, both of the WSHS Class of 2021, placed third in State Doubles Tennis.    After advancing through to the Final Four, the team triumphed over Ursuline Academy to take Third Place overall.    This historic win occurred under the leadership of Coach David Cox.  

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