The Cuba Middle School boys basketball team are right in the midst of their 2019 season and things couldn’t have gotten off to a better start for the seventh graders. The young Wildcats are currently unbeaten.
The Cuba Middle School girls basketball teams won three out of four games last week. The Lady Wildcats split a pair of games with Steelville and then took two from Bourbon.
Senior Andrew Branson, a standout two-sport player at St. James High School, has made a verbal commitment to play baseball at Missouri S&T in Rolla. Branson plans to officially sign his letter of intent with the Miners Friday, Nov. 15 at St. James High School.
The St. James High School boys basketball team was a near-unanimous selection to win the Four-Rivers Conference this season in the FRC Preseason Coaches’ Poll, which was announced last week.
Bourbon High School senior Kayleigh Bates (seated, center) officially signed a letter of intent to play softball at Hannibal-LaGrange University on November 6. She was joined at the ceremony by her mother, Shannon (left), and father, David (right), along with (back row, from left) Hannibal-LaGrange Softball Coach Dan Hurst, and Lady Warhawks Softball Coach Scott Farace. Kayleigh received a partial scholarship to attend the university and plans to study physical education and coaching.
Post-season volleyball honors were announced last week and several Bourbon High School players were recognized by the conference and district coaches.