Sports

The Oklahoma Sooners softball team on the field after winning the National Championship. Highland Softball Teams Win First Place
The Highland High School Varsity Softball program recently traveled to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to play in the Oklahoma City Challenge softball...


Vilchez Named Pitcher of the Week
Culver-Stockton College pitcher Luis Vilchez has been named the Heart of America Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for his performance during...


Canton Baseball
Lance Logsdon hit a three run home run in the second inning for Canton in a game placyed April 24 at Canton. The Tigers ended up losing the match...


Tommy Job during his personal best record of six feet two inches in the high jump. Headline: Job ranked Top in Nation
Tommy Job, an eighth grade student at Highland High School was ranked first in the nation on athletic.net in the eighth grade high jump after...


Highland Baseball
The Highland Cougar baseball team won over Marion county 12-2 on April 25. Tommy Harvey hit three for three with a double.
Soccer and Track Seniors Honored
Canton R-V Soccer and Track senior team members were recently honored during Senior Night. Pictured are: Saylor Collins, Cole Hoewing, Daniel...


Dan Chapla Chapla Has Winning Seasons
Dan Chapla, former Culver-Stockton basketball coach, is the coach at William Woods University and has had nine years of 20 plus wins since taking...


Canton Baseball
Drake Serbit hit a grand slam home run in the first inning against Brashear. The Tigers went on to win the game in five innings 14-0. The team won...


Culver-Stockton Announces 2017 Athletic Hall of Fame Class
Art Green ’78, Lisa Brown ’85, Mike Nobis and the 1971-72 men’s basketball team will be enshrined into the Culver-Stockton College Athletic Hall of Fame during the...
Men's Volleyball Begins Conference Tournament
The Culver-Stockton College men’s volleyball team will participate in the 2017 Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament April 7-8, in Des Moines, Iowa. For the...
GYMNASTS QUALIFY FOR STATE COMPETITION
The following Level 4 gymnasts from Gem City Gymnastics and Tumbling, Quincy, have qualified for and are advancing to State Competition March...


Lewis County Basketball
District Basketball Tournaments began this week and the Highland Cougars were defeated by Palmyra by one point in overtime. The Cougars finished...


Record Breaker
Andrew Schultz was honored recently at a Highland ball game for breaking several Highland football records. Andrew was presented a football with...


Coy Smith is presented a basketball by Coach Anderson in honor of scoring 1000 points in his career as a Canton Tiger. Canton Basketball Players Honored for 1000 Points


The Highland Lady Cougars went to the state Class AAA tournament in 1977 also coming home with a fourth place trophy. In the first game, the Lady Cougars lost by one point to Bishop DuBourg of St. Louis. The team then faced Lindberg and lost 60-41.Front row: Susan Sellers,, cheerleader, Tammy Metcalf, , cheerleader and Tammy Olson, cheerleader; Paula Vaughn, Karen Peacock, Vicki Waterman, Shirley Green; Gaylene Henderson, Lee Ann Payne, cheerleader, Brenda Sharpe cheerleader. Back row: Assistant coach, Debbie Smith, Cherilyn Dent, Denise Dade, Sherri Gosney, Anita Raleigh, Marilyn Schmitz, Kay Weathers, Lou Ann Anderson, Barb Kroeger, Coach Diane Ten Eyck. Honored for State Tournament
Members of the 1977 Canton girls basketball team were honored at a home game in Canton recently marking the anniversary of when the team went to...