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Potosi Edges Lady 'Cats - The Missourian
Opening the season in Washington County, the Union volleyball Lady ’Cats fell, 18-25, 25-18, 25-15 Tuesday at Potosi. “We came out strong and played great,” Union Head Coach Angie Morris said. “I was frustrated with the loss but was very impressed ...
ECC Volleyball Goes 1-3 at Fort Scott, Wins Home Opener - The Missourian
It wasn’t quite the start the East Central College volleyball Falcons were hoping for. Playing last Friday and Saturday in the Fort Scott, Kan., Tournament, the Falcons went 1-3. On Friday, ECC: • Lost to Neosho County, 26-24, 25-14, 25-23; and ...
Soccer Indians Win Opener - The Missourian
The season began in fine fashion for the Pacific boys soccer team. Jeremy Hardcastle and Brandon Rowbottom both scored goals in Pacific’s 2-0 victory over Hillsboro on Tuesday night. “We were definitely happy to start off the year with a win ...
Warrenton Holds Off Softball Lady 'Cats - The Missourian
As the sun set, the offense came out Tuesday at the Union Sports Complex. And with six of the seven runs being scored in the final two innings, visiting Warrenton escaped with a 4-3 victory over the Union softball Lady ’Cats. “It was a great game ...
Leak Traced To Water Line, Not City Pool - The Missourian
After weeks of searching, Parks and Recreation Director Darren Dunkle now knows why city staff couldn’t find a leak in the city pool. There wasn’t one. Water running under the pool and down a hill was, for much of the summer, believed to be related to ...
Soccer Falcons Rally to Tie in Opener - The Missourian
Anyone scanning the results will see that the East Central College soccer Falcons tied Heartland Sunday in the season opener, 3-3. But that’s only a small part of the story. The Falcons (0-0-1) had to fight back from a two-goal halftime deficit to earn ...
Softball Lady Knights Win Home Opener - The Missourian
The home-opener definitely ended well for the Borgia Lady Knights. Borgia played on their home turf for the first time Tuesday and beat Notre Dame, 5-4, in eight innings. “We won an exciting game in extra innings,” Borgia Coach Andrew Eggert said.
Caseload Issues Cause Delays, Inefficiencies, Public Defender Says - The Missourian
Local public defender Lisa Preddy said she believes her clients receive representation that is in line with their constitutional rights. She says this even though her office is more than 30 percent overcapacity in its caseload. A new study suggests that ...
Ciot Goal Lifts Union Over St. James - The Missourian
Playing Tuesday on the road, the Wildcats needed a second half penalty kick goal from Andrei Ciot to edge St. James, 1-0. Union, the defending Four Rivers Conference champion, welcomed the Tigers into the world of varsity soccer in the match. Near the hour ...
Union School District Makes Technology Push - The Missourian
Union School District technology officials kept busy this summer preparing for the upcoming school year. Josh Hall, instructional technology specialist, updated the board on summer activities during the August board meeting. In June, about a dozen teachers ...