100+ attend youth camp

The Cassville football program held its annual youth camp for grades 2-5 on May 6-8, with more than 100 children participating. The camp is run by high school and middle school football coaches, as well as the high school football players. Marck Recycling sponsored the camp shirts.
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Hat trick-ville

At 12-5-1 this season and 8-1-1 in its last 10 matches, the Cassville girls soccer team is seeing no shortage of success, and things coming in threes.
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Rose goes to Grizzlies

Cassville senior CJ Rose has been playing baseball most of his life, and he will continue to do so in the fall, as he’s signed on April 24 to pitch for Missouri State University in West Plains. Rose said it has only been the past couple years he’s gotten serious about playing collegiately, and he’s happy to make the move.
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Berndt flies to CMU

It was a long time coming. Cassville senior soccer standout Emma Bernt, the new school record-holder for goals in a single season, inked her name to a letter of intent for Central Methodist University on April 26.
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Willing and Ray-ble

Cassville senior soccer player Jackson Ray drew a line in the sand as he entered his final year of high school last fall — no college without soccer. On April 19, Ray committed to both for this fall, signing to play soccer at Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly.
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