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It took the Scotland County football team a quarter to shake the rust off, but once the Tigers got rolling there was no stopping them in the 2015 debut. SCR-I racked up 39 unanswered points in the second and third quarters Friday night in Memphis en route to a 39-14 win over Salisbury in the […]
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Winning the battle in the trenches. That will be the key to success for the Scotland County football program, which will feature plenty of new faces up and down the lines on offense and defense. With a number of starters returning in the backfield, first-year Coach Mikel Gragg is faced with rebuilding the front of […]
The start of the 2015 high school football season is just around the corner and KMEM 100.5 FM is gearing up to bring sports fans across the tri-state area coverage of their favorite teams. Sports director Donnie Middleton released the broadcast schedule for the nine-week regular season set to kickoff on August 21st. Clark County […]
The Scotland County R-I football program will welcome a new head coach for the 2015 season. Mikel Gragg will take the helm of the Tigers next season when he joins the SCR-I district as a physical education teacher. The Nevada, Missouri native will enter his first head coaching position after spending the past six years […]
Landyn Swearingen signed on March 13th to play football at William Penn University. Pictured (L to R) are Scotland County Coach Daniel Burns, Swearingen and William Penn assistant coach Aaron Hinnah.
by Andrea Brassfield Super Bowl 49 takes place Sunday, February 1, 2015 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The big show down this year will be between the New England Patriots and returning Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks. The game will be aired on NBC and kick-off time is at 5:30 […]
A down year for the Tri-Rivers Conference in football allowed many of the post season honors to go outside the conference when the Northeast Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association announced the media All-District football honors for the region last week. Scotland County did not receive a single award as the honors list was dominated by […]
Two Scotland County football players left their mark on Tri-Rivers Conference coaches during 2014, earning unanimous selection to the league’s post-season honors list. Landyn Swearingen was named to the TRC First-Team All Conference as an offensive lineman. The senior anchored the offensive line for the Tigers. Sophomore Aaron Buford was a unanimous choice for first […]
The Scotland County junior high football team compiled a 4-2 record during the 2014 season. Scotland County opened with a 35-2 win over North Shelby before falling to Clark County 6-0. Milan dropped the Tigers to 1-2 on the year with an 18-16 defeat. Scotland County rebounded to blank Schuyler County 22-0 before pounding Putnam […]