ST. CLAIR - There ain’t no rest for the Warriors.
WINFIELD - For the second consecutive week, Coach Steve McDowell watched in frustration as his Warrenton football team surrendered a two-touchdown lead. Only this time, the Warriors would make the last-minute stops needed to secure victory.
WELLSVILLE - They say all’s well that ends well and, well, the regular season ended about as well as it could for the Wildcats in Wellsville Tuesday.
WARRENTON – The serving strength of the Warrenton volleyball team was evident Monday, as it quickly dispatched county rival Wright City in a three-set sweep (25-6, 25-13, 25-14).
WRIGHT CITY - The rain showers never really let up during Wright City’s season opener Friday night. And neither did the Wildcats’ defense, which was just as relentless as the weather.
WARRENTON - Multiple momentum-swinging defensive stops came up void for the Warrenton football team during its 28-14 Week 1 setback against Wentzville Liberty at Big Joel’s Safari Field Friday.
WENTZVILLE - Perhaps prophetic, Austin Meine said he wanted to make baseball a part of his life for as long as possible when he signed his college letter of intent six years ago at Wright City High School.
PENDLETON – After more than 50 years of waiting, many fans still can’t believe their beloved St. Louis Blues ended one of sports’ longest championship droughts when they defeated the Boston Bruins to bring home their first Stanley Cup title in June.
WARRENTON - Even at 80, Mick Gillette can still ring up ringers with the best of them. “Them” being the who’s who in the world of shoes – horseshoes that is. We’re talking the game’s premier pitchers, the crème de la crème.
WARRENTON — The arrow on the future is pointing up for the Warrenton girls soccer team, which had a youthful quartet earn All-Gateway Athletic Conference North honors.
WARRENTON - The Empire didn’t have to strike back Saturday. It’s first blows were enough to sink the Rebels for Galaxy supremacy as Rhineland Post 147 swept Warrenton VFW Post 2180 by scores of 7-1 and 7-5 in a Junior Legion Ninth District doubleheader at the high school on Star Wars Day, a …
WARRENTON - Garrison Hibbs did a lot to help the Warrenton baseball team this season. The senior southpaw topped the Warriors in most offensive and pitching categories and guided an inexperienced squad gutted by the graduation of a majority of its starters from last year to a surprising seco…
WARRENTON - Varsity basketball is officially over in Warren County and while the Warrenton and Wright City teams never got to battle each other on the hardwood this season, it doesn’t mean bragging rights will go unclaimed.
WRIGHT CITY – It’s Bryant Lucio’s mission to help the Wright City basketball team any way he can from wherever he is on the floor.
WARRENTON - While the upset the Warriors eyed may not have materialized, a marquee moment for its most experienced player did on Friday.
Warrenton rebounded from an 87-64 opening round loss against Jamestown and beat Chamois 63-41 in the consolation semifinals at the 40th annual Hermann Holliday Tournament on Thursday.
HERMANN - The Warriors have their work cut out for them as they aim to repeat as champions at the 40th Annual Hermann Boys Basketball Tournament, which opens play Monday.
WARRENTON - The tears haven’t stopped. The pain hasn’t subsided. But the Warriors still had a softball game to play Tuesday, one day after losing classmate Megan Gross, a senior starter on the volleyball team, in a fatal car accident.
Members of the Warrenton girls basketball program got extra work in last week inside the school's new gymnasium. The players worked on individual drills ahead of their summer league games later in the week.
After being shut out by Missouri American Legion District Nine foe Elsberry on Thursday, the Warrenton VFW Post 2180 Freshman team responded in a big way, grabbing a 13-5 victory on Saturday against St. Charles Post 312.
The Wright City boys basketball program will have its third head coach in three years next season, as Ryan Benz takes over the job this summer.
The Warrenton VFW Post 2180 Freshman baseball team took advantage of shaky pitching by its opponent and smart decisions at the plate, rallying for a 3-1 win over New Haven on Monday.
The Warrenton football program will continue its summer workouts with its annual trip to the Southeast Missouri State University team camp next week.
First-year Wright City varsity basketball Head Coach Ryan Benz hosted a basketball camp for middle school and high school players this week.
The Warrenton VFW Post 2180 Freshman team overcame a four-run deficit against Sullivan Thursday, escaping with a 7-5 District 9 win.