Nevada Daily Mail
By Brenna Morgan Special to the Daily brownsnflofficialonline.com/Joel_Bitonio_Jersey_Browns Mail Nevada's freshman basketball boys built an early lead and then withstood a third quarter push by visiting Webb City Tuesday night, to take a 53 46 victory. The Tigers managed 12 10 lead at the end of the first quarter, then exploded in the second period behind 17 points, while holding Webb City to just six, to fashion a 29 16 halftime advantage.
Farewell, McKinley: Retirement official FridayAs I'm sure everyone knows by now, the retirement of one of the most influential members of the Nevada High School faculty becomes official at the end of this week. Now in his 27th year with the school district, McKinley spent 15 years as the school's athletic director before resigning that position at the end of last year. .
Bronaugh boys fall to Sheldon at homeBy Eric Wade Daily Mail Sports Editor BRONAUGH On a night that saw the Sheldon Panthers put on what head coach Tyler Judd called "a historically bad" offensive performance, Bronaugh was simply unable to overcome a strong fourth quarter that ended with Reed Worsley scoring 10 points to lift his squad to a 45 36 victory.
Third grade boys take second at FrontenacADRIAN, Mo. The Nevada Tigers wrestling team got back into action Tuesday night, competing in a quadrangular meet, hosted by the Blackhawks of Adrian High School. In three duals on the night, head coach Devin White's squad went undefeated, trouncing El Dorado Springs by a final score of 78 6 and putting on nearly as dominant a performance against Eldon in a 59 12 victory. The closest dual of the night came against Adrian, when the Tigers picked up a 42 39 victory.
Bronaugh junior varsity basketball swept at homeBRONAUGH The Bronaugh High School junior varsity boys' and girls' basketball teams got back into action Tuesday night, hosting the Sheldon Panthers and the freshman girls' squad from Lamar High School. In the girls' contest, the Lady Wildcats never really could get much going on offense and the Lady Tiger freshmen took full advantage. By the time all was said and done, Lamar took the victory by a final score of 34 12.
Bronaugh girls defeat Sheldon at homeBy Eric Wade Daily Mail Sports Editor BRONAUGH High School basketball has long been known as brownsnflofficialonline.com/Johnny_Manziel_Jersey_Browns a physical game and on Thursday, the Sheldon Lady Panthers and Bronaugh Lady Wildcats proved that belief correct in emphatic fashion, playing one of the most physical games Lady Panthers head coach Jason Irwin has seen and ultimately ending the night with a combined total of five players on the bench with five fouls.
Bronaugh girls fall to Jasper at homeBy Eric Wade Daily Mail Sports Editor BRONAUGH The Bronaugh Lady Wildcats basketball team has started the season with a bit of inconsistency, unable to really get a streak going, in either direction. In the first five games of the year, the Lady Wildcats alternated wins and losses, ultimately resulting in a 3 2 record. .
Sixth grade boys win Frontenac tournamentPARSONS, Kan. The Lady Cardinals of Labette County Community College scored 69 points in the first half on their way to an 85 76 victory over the Cottey College Comets Friday night. The Lady Cardinals hit 12 of their 24 attempts from behind the 3 point line as Johnny Manziel 5XL Jersey they improved to 8 6 on the season. Brittany Odom and Holly Ullery teamed up for seven treys and 36 points Odom with 19 and Ullery with 17.
Panthers maul Knights at home, 62 20By Eric Wade Daily Mail Sports Editor SHELDON Though it was an uncharacteristically cold night from both the field and the free throw line, the Sheldon Panthers had little trouble dispatching the Knights of Northeast Vernon County High School in the first action in more than a week for head coach Tyler Judd's squad.
Nevada Lady Tigers fall to Republic at home, 58 21By Eric Wade Daily Mail Sports Editor The Nevada Lady Tigers basketball team got its first chance of the season to play in Wynn Gymnasium Monday night, taking on the stiffest competition Joel Bitonio XXXXXL Jersey of the season, thus far, in the Republic Lady Tigers. "They're a very good team," Lady Tigers head coach Brent Bartlett said of the opposition after the contest. "They pass the ball well, shoot the ball well, put a lot of pressure on us.".