October 29, 2012, Posted by athletics in Athletics
Welcome to the Poplar Bluff R-I School District’s Athletics Department. Check here for the latest scores and sports-related links.
Kent Keith, Director of Athletics
Poplar Bluff R-1 School District
1300 Victory Lane
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
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7/8 Grade Girls Basketball travel to Dexter. The 7th Grade game begins at 6:00pm.
In Cross Country Sectionals- Bailey Davidson finished 30th, qualifying for the Class 4 State Championship in Jeff City.
In the Class 3, District 1 Soccer Playoffs- the Mules lost to Jackson, 1-2 in overtime!
7th Grade Girls Basketball lost to Twin Rivers.
8th Grade Girls Basketball beat Twin Rivers.
The Mules lost to Vianney in the first round of the Class 5, District 1 Playoffs. They still had a great season!
A replay is available at prepcast.com.
The Mules lost to Farmington, 22-25 and 19-25 in the Class 4, District 1 Volleyball Championship. They still had a great season!
Soccer lost to Notre Dame, 0-2.
7th Grade Girls Basketball beat New Madrid, 35-3.
8th Grade Girls Basketball beat New Madrid, 47-4.
Class 3, District 1 Soccer Tournament – The Mules play Jackson on Saturday, October 27, at 12:00pm. The “host” school is Oakville in St. Louis.
In the Class 4, District 1 Volleyball Tournament, Poplar Bluff defeated Jackson, 25-14, 21-25 and 25-14. The Mules will play for the Class 4, District 1 Championship versus Farmington on Wednesday at 6:00pm.
Soccer lost to Sikeston, 0-2.
7th Grade Girls Basketball lost to Doniphan, 17-50.
8th Grade Girls Basketball lost to Doniphan, 33-48.
Cross Country at the District Meet in Jackson:
Due to injuries two days before the District Meet, the girls were unable to compete as a team at Districts, so there is not a team score.
Girls Individual(top 30 move to Sectionals)
Allison Huskey- 13th.
Emma Cooper- 31st.
Cassidy Harris- 33rd.
Boys placed 5th as a team (they gave it a GREAT FIGHT!), top 4 teams advance to Sectionals as a team, as well as the top 30 individuals.
Isaiah Williams- 13th.
Bailey Davidson- 17th.
Luke Pelton- 19th.
Jacob Smith- 40th.
Mark Keena- 56th.
The Sho-Me Band finished seventh out of twenty-one Bands at the Park Hill Rebels Invitational.
The Varsity Football Team lost to Chaminade in double overtime, 7-14.
Thanks to the Cheer & Pom Squads, the Sho-Me Band and all of our Seniors!
Soccer beat Fredericktown, 2-1.
7th Grade Girls Basketball beat Cape, 39-2.
8th Grade Girls Basketball beat Cape, 38-26.
JV Volleyball beat Caruthersville, 25-18 and 25-11.
Varsity Volleyball beat Caruthersville, 25-2(Riley Sells had 21 serves in a row, scoring 20 points including 6 aces!) and 25-3.
IT WAS A GREAT DAY TO BE A MULE!
Please come out and support our Senior Athletes on Thursday, October 18th, 2012. We will recognize our Senior Athletes at 6:00 p.m., just prior to our Junior Varsity Contest at the High School Gym.
Here is a list of Senior Volleyball Athletes:
If you have had the opportunity to have any of these players in your school building, classroom, club, or sports team, please come out and honor them for their hard work, both on and off the court!
See you there on Thursday 10/18/12 at 6:00 p.m.
We don’t have any games on our schedule for Wednesday. It is supposed to rain, so stay home and have a “Family Night”!
7th Grade Girls Basketball beat New Madrid, 38-19 for First Place in the NMCC Tournament.
Soccer lost to Farmington, 2-3.
9th Grade Volleyball beat Cape, 2-0.
JV Volleyball beat Cape, 2-0.
Varsity Volleyball beat Cape, 2-0.
Our ladies also raised over $9,000 for Cancer Research in their “Dig for Life” fund-raiser. GREAT JOB!!
7th Grade Girls Basketball beat Dexter, 40-24 in the NMCC Tournament.
The 9th Grade Volleyball Team went 5-0, winning the MICDS Tournament.
The JV Academic Team played in a 12-team tournament at Oakville HS in St. Louis on Saturday. Several of the top state contenders were there (Ladue, CBC, Parkway Central, and others).
The 10th grade team was 4 & 4 for the day. They were well represented by Brett Payne, Clayton Carpenter, Colton Carpenter, Jesus Zavala, Trevor Asher, and Dustin Cook.
The 9th grade team went 3 & 5 which is outstanding! They were represented by Maria Zavala, Taylor Duncan, Diego Rivetti, Chang Chi, Ethan Glick, and Jackson Rideout who was 8th overall for individual scoring at the end of pool play.
Please congratulate all of them on a job very well done!
7th Grade Girls Basketball beat Neelyville.
8th Grade Girls Basketball beat Neelyville.
Varsity Football beat Normandy, 13-12.
Thanks to the Sho-Me Band and the Cheer and Pom Squads! Great atmosphere for the game tonight!
Randi Montgomery- Outfield
Ally Hendricks- Utility
Ali Brooks- Catcher
Courtney Raulston- Infield
Randi Montgomery- Outfield
Ali Brooks- Catcher
Ally Hendricks- Utility
Soccer lost to West Plains, 1-2.
7th Grade Football beat Farmington, 16-14.
8th Grade Football lost to Farmington, 6-40.
Thanks to the Junior High Cheerleaders and the Cheer Kiddie Camp!
Volleyball lost to Eminence, 1-2.
Cross Country at the SEMO Conference Meet:
Both Varsity teams took third.
Boys team was only 9 point away from first, in a very close finish by Jackson, Notre Dame and PB.
Bailey Davidson- 2nd, 16:36.
Isaiah Williams (only freshman All-Conference)- 3rd, 16:41.
Luke Pelton- 8th, 16:55.
Fastest run Conference race by a PB Varsity Team in AGES!!
Allison Huskey- 3rd, 19:59.
Cassidy Harris- 10th, 21:01.
All-Conference Junior High Boys
Presten Jenson- 2nd.
All-Conference Junior High Girls
Kaitlyn Harris- 4th.
Kaylee Harris- 6th.
Katie Sliger- 7th.
No games on the schedule for Wednesday night. Get your families together, get outside and enjoy this beautiful weather!
Varsity Volleyball lost to Winona, 15-25 and 20-25.
Soccer beat Saxony Lutheran, 3-2 in double overtime.
9th Grade Football lost to Farmington, 14-22.
JV Football beat Farmington, 8-6.
9th Grade Volleyball lost to Farmington.
JV Volleyball lost to Farmington.
Varsity Volleyball lost to Farmington.
Because of Parent/Teacher Conferences at Sikeston next Monday, October 15, Sikeston has canceled the 9th Grade and JV Football Games scheduled for that night. They will not be rescheduled.
In the Springfield Kickapoo Tournament: Soccer lost to Waynesville, 0-3. They beat Sacred Heart in their afternoon match, 2-1.
Varsity Volleyball faced some stiff competition in the Lebanon Tournament and went 0-4.
JV Volleyball finished second in “pool play” with a 2-1 record. They lost in the first round of the Tournament to Lebanon.
In Band Competition at Springfield Parkview, The Sho-Me Band finished 9th out of 33 Bands.
Thank you to Hope Conover for a great job with the Homecoming Parade. The weather held out and we had a great response from the community!
Football beat Farmington, 14-6 after an extended lightning delay.
Thanks to the Sho-Me Band, the Cheer Squad & Pom Squad for their hard work!
Soccer beat Parkview, 3-2 in the Springfield Kickapoo Tournament.
In District Tennis at SEMO: Vicky Bottorff and Sarah Crites placed 3rd in Doubles!
Soccer versus North County was canceled.
Varsity Volleyball lost to Dexter: 25-19, 23-25 and 22-25.
JV Volleyball beat Dexter, 25-15 and 25-21.
In the Softball Districts at Jackson: the Mules lost to Sikeston, 5-8.
Schedule- Class 4, District 1 Volleyball Tournament @ Poplar Bluff
Monday, October 22
4:00 p.m. #4 seed vs. #5 seed
5:15 p.m. #3 seed vs. #6 seed
6:30 p.m. #1 seed vs. winner of #4 & #5
7:45 p.m. #2 seed vs. winner of #3 & #6
Wednesday, October 24
6:00 p.m. Championship Match
*WE WILL SEED THE TEAMS ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12.*
In District Tennis at SEMO: We lost to Oakville, 0-6.
Varsity Softball beat Neelyville, 7-6.
Soccer beat Fredericktown, 8-2.
Poplar Bluff Invitational Cross Country Meet:
Boys Varsity- 1st place.
Girls Varsity- no score.
Boys Junior High- 2nd place.
Girls Junior High- 1st place.
Varsity Softball beat East Carter, 9-0.
Soccer lost to Jackson, 1-2 in overtime.
Varsity Volleyball beat Twin Rivers, 25-9 and 25-19.
JV Volleyball beat Twin Rivers, 25-8 and 25-15.
In Cross Country action at Notre Dame:
High School, top 25 medal. Junior High, top 20 medal.
BOYS VARSITY RESULTS
Team placed 4th/12 schools.
9th- Bailey Davidson.
12th- Luke Pelton.
13th- Isaiah Williams.
30th- Jacob Smith.
45th- Mark Keena.
GIRLS VARSITY RESULTS
Team placed 8th/9 schools.
14th- Allison Huskey.
30th- Emma Cooper.
31st- Cassidy Harris.
32nd- Zakia Hickman.
55th- Ally Brooks.
Junior High Girls placed 3rd/7 schools.
Junior High Boys placed 3rd/6 schools.
JV Softball at the TRC Invitational: Lost to Naylor, 0-11. Lost their second game, 2-12.
Varsity Tennis at the Jackson Doubles: lost their matches.
JV Volleyball at the Scott City JV Tournament: finished second in “pool play”. In the Gold Bracket, beat Kennett and lost to Farmington. Finished second.
JV Softball beat Clearwater, 7-6 in the TRC Invitational.
Varsity Football beat Northwest, 12-7.
Thanks to the Cheer Squad for doing a good job tonight!
Varsity Softball beat Twin Rivers, 14-11.
Tennis beat Charleston, 9-0.
7th Grade Football lost to Sikeston, 0-18.
8th Grade Football beat Sikeston, 28-27.
Thanks to our Junior High Cheerleaders for their hard work!
Varsity Volleyball beat Clearwater, 2-1.
JV Volleyball beat Clearwater, 2-0.
2012 Class 4, District 1 Softball Tournament – I have attached the bracket for the 2012 Class 4, District 1 Softball Tournament. The Mules open play on Wednesday, October 3 at 4:30pm versus Sikeston. The “host” school for the Tournament is Jackson.
2012 Class 2, District 1 Tennis Tournament - I have attached the bracket for the 2012 Class 2, District 1 Tennis Tournament. The Mules open play on Tuesday, October 2 at 9:00am versus Oakville. The “host” school is Cape Central, with matches being played on the SEMO Courts (directions are attached).
Please see the bottom of this page for attached files.
We don’t have any games on our schedules for Wednesday. A great day for our student/athletes to catch up on their academics and enjoy the beautiful weather!
Varsity Softball lost to Kelly, 2-9. JV Softball lost to Kelly, 3-4.
Soccer lost to Cape Central, 0-4.
Varsity Volleyball beat Lesterville, 2-1. JV Volleyball beat Lesterville, 2-0.
Varsity Tennis lost to Jackson, 0-9. JV Tennis lost to Jackson, 2-4.
9th Grade Football beat Sikeston, 22-20.
JV Football lost to Sikeston, 32-42.
Thank you to the Cheer Squads for a great job on a cool night!
The Sho-Me Marching Band
The Sho-Me Marching Band was in competition at Farmington and placed Second in the Class 5A/6A Division. They also won the Outstanding Visual Ensemble Trophy. The Band was only one point out of 100 from placing First. They faced stiff competition from some larger Bands out of St. Louis. CONGRATULATIONS!
Varsity Cross Country at the Hancock Invitational in Jefferson Barracks:
The one medalist was Isaiah Williams- 29th with a time of 17:25.
The Boys Varsity placed 11/23 Schools, some of which are the BEST in the State.
Bailey Davidson- 35th with a time of 17:35.
Luke Pelton- 60th with a time of 18:06.
Jacob Smith- 80th with a time of 18:38.
Mark Keena- 103rd with a time of 18:59.
All the boys who scored points dropped between 30 seconds to 1 minute from their previous years time at the same meet.
The Girls Cross Country Team finished 16/19 Schools.
Allison Huskey- 21:43, 50th.
Cassidy Harris- 22:50, 84th. She dropped 4 minutes off her time from last year.
Emma Cooper- 23:00, 88th. She dropped 2 minutes off her time from last year.
Zakia Hickman- 23:36, 104th.
Ally Brooks- 26:02, 126th.
Varsity Soccer at the Capital City Invitational in Jefferson City:
Lost to Jefferson City, 0-6.
Lost to North Kansas City, 1-3.
Varsity Volleyball at the Quad State Tournament in Paducah, KY:
Weekend record was 3-3, finishing eighth out of thirty teams. Their overall record is now 15-5.
JV Softball at the Lady Dawg JV Tournament in Van Buren:
Lost to East Carter, 4-9.
Beat Alton, 6-3.
Beat Twin Rivers, 6-2.
They finished the Tournament in Third Place.
THE MULE TRAIN ROLLED THROUGH CAPE GIRARDEAU!
Varsity Softball beat the Tigers, 6-1.
JV Softball also won, 7-6.
Varsity Tennis beat the Tigers, 5-4.
JV Tennis also won, 7-1.
In Jackson, 7th Grade Football lost to the Indians, 8-18. 8th Grade Football won, 20-16.
In Sikeston, Soccer lost, 0-3.
- Music teacher to throw pitch at Cardinals game (6/17/2013)
- First camp for Pom Squad a success (6/17/2013)
- April Athletes of the Month announced (6/6/2013)
- Track and Field finishes dominant season (5/22/2013)
- Missouri Good Sports (5/21/2013)
- Cheerleaders chosen to perform at Gator Bowl (5/3/2013)
- Poplar Bluff R-I hosts Special Olympics (4/30/2013)
- First ‘Athletes of the Month’ named (4/29/2013)
- Athletics Department – Latest Scores (10/29/2012)
- Mules/Jackson game available as webcast (9/12/2012)
- PBHS Trap Shooting Team Places 3rd in State (6/21/2012)
- Poplar Bluff to name football field after Derland Moore (10/3/2010)
- Senior High Golfer Carr Vernon Qualifies for U.S. Amateur (8/18/2010)
- Welcome to the Home of the Mules (5/27/2010)
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