Not only did the Maryville High School baseball team have a successful season on the diamond, the success carried over to the classroom.The Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association released its Academic All-State team recently and MHS had five players make the All-State team.In addition, the team grade point average of 3.57 tied for best in Class 4 with Clinton. “It is very commendable of those boys,” said former Maryville baseball coach Monica Woods.
BLUE SPRINGS — The connection for player Parker Sampson and coach Joel Mathews started two weeks ago in Maryville.Sampson, a recent graduate of Park Hill High School in Kansas City, is a Northwest Missouri State University football signee.Sampson made the drive north on June 3 for the Northwest kicking camp, which had guest instructors Kelly Goodburn and Joel Mathews, both former Bearcat punters.
The landscape of the Maryville R-II campus will transform vastly at the high school campus in the upcoming months.When school resumes this fall, the Northwest Technical School building trades classes will start construction of the new administration building.That project was approved in the May Board of Education meeting. The current administration building will then become home of the district’s new alternative school.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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