Last Week's Weigh-In: 138 This Week's Weigh-In: 141!!! All right, I'm a classic case. A routine statistic. A poster child for nutritional and fitness improvement gone horribly awry. I've made a declaration; I've made earnest attempts; and yet I have succumbed at every turn---offering virtually no struggle---to the powerful force of habit that says, "The food's here, you're here---Why don't you two kids get together? What could it hurt?".
- Mar 05,
On Saturday, March 1st, the semo.net Surfers baseball team held a benefit basketball tournament at the Fisk Gymnasium. The five area 6th grade teams competing were: 1st Place Charleston Front Row: Maquese Parks, Mike Kellum II, Dale Bogan, Khamahja Haynes, Back Row: Coach Emmett Gillespie II, Dee Bogan, Devote Gram, Robert Bogan II, Claire Hart, Coach Ron Caldwell 2nd Place Poplar Bluff Front Row:Bailey Davidson, Nicholas McAnutty, Andy Whitworth, Lucas Tibbs, Back Row:Coach Brad Stuckenschnieder, Ryan Brittingham, Mark Benton, Colton Mannon, Brandon Stuckenschneider, Brett Luna, Coach Kenny Hosler 3rd Place-Fisk Front Row: Hunter Ham, Tucker Ham, Nathan Watson, Jase Worley Back Row: Coach Doug Ham, Matthew Wood, Charlie Dunn, Andrew Perryman, Eric Ray, Cade Lowe Free Throw Competition The SurfersMar 05,
Luann Elledge was the lucky winner for the Cardinal Raffle tickets. Her raffle ticket was sold by Kirby Coleman. Kirby is a pitcher & 1st baseman for the semo.net Surfers as well as a 4th grade student at O'Neal. Congratulations to Luann!!!!!Mar 05,
On Friday night before a packed house at TRCC, the Lady Bears of Greenville kept the pressure on against Twin Rivers' Lady Royals straight through to a nail-biting 66-60 victory, gaining the MSHSAA Class 3 District 2 championship title. "I'm just so proud of my kids," said Greenville coach Diane Rainwater Meyer in the crowded lobby of TRCC's Bess Activity Center after the win. "It got so tight, in the end. It was a situation where some of the youngsters were really stepping up...where some of the normally quiet players had to be big players."Mar 01,