CAMDENTON, Mo. -- Kabren Robinson had the game-winning goal in the 56th minute to give the Hannibal boys soccer team a 3-1 victory over Fatima in the Camdenton Tournament Friday. Fatima, however, struck first with a goal in the 10th minute by Landon Troess
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Lavion Wilson led the Canton boys soccer team with two goals in a 3-2 victory over Kansas City Barstow Friday night. The Tigers opened with an unassisted breakaway goal by Wilson. Barstow scored two straight goals before Canton's Levi L
BEARDSTOWN, Ill. -- Eventually, the Quincy Notre Dame boys soccer team was going to figure out how to spread the packed-in Beardstown defense out. Once the Raiders did, the lead was theirs. Will Drew pounced on a ball that popped out...
JACKSONVILLE, Ill. -- The Quincy High School boys soccer team scored a pair of second-half goals to pull away for a 3-0 victory over Jacksonville Wednesday. The Blue Devils (10-3) took the lead in the first half when Harrison Fey scored an unassisted goal
QUINCY -- The championship isn't wrapped up. Yet, as they left Flinn Stadium on Tuesday night, the Quincy High School boys soccer players felt confident they can bring the Western Big Six Conference crown back to where they believe it rightfully belongs.
MEXICO, Mo. -- After a slow start and a few traded goals, the Hannibal boys soccer team found its groove in a 6-2 victory over Missouri Military Academy Tuesday night. Hannibal did not score its first goal until the 40th minute when Colton Brown scored on
QUINCY -- Paul Cornwell saw the ominous clouds rolling into the area during the second half of the Quincy Notre Dame boys soccer team's game against Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin. The QND sophomore defender knew he wanted the game to end as soon as poss
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Gabe Falconer made 14 saves as the Hannibal boys soccer team rallied for a 3-1 North Central Missouri Conference victory over Marshall on Saturday. The Pirates (9-3, 6-0 NCMC) handed the Owls their first conference loss. Marshall struck f
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- If there is anything to be gained from traveling five hours to play a traditional power in its own tournament, Quincy High School boys soccer coach Ron Bridal came away with a clear understanding of what it is.