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New Mustang Baseball Coach Has High Expectations

Subscriber onlyDespite losing seven starters off last year's 19-9 team, expectations are high for the 2015 McDonald County Lady Mustangs softball team. Continue reading...

Lady Mustangs Lookin' Good For 2015

Subscriber onlyAt first glance, the loss of four-year starter and leading hitter Preslea Reece to graduation would seem like a big obstacle to overcome for the 2015 McDonald County Lady Mustang volleyball team. Continue reading...

Soccer Debuts As New Sport AT MCHS

Subscriber onlyHistory will be made Aug. 27 when the McDonald County High School soccer team takes to the field for its first-ever match. Continue reading...

Mustang Cross County Team Goal, Stay Healthy

Subscriber onlyThe goal for the 2015 McDonald County boys and girls cross country teams has nothing to do with times and results. Continue reading...

Freshman/JV Split With Neosho

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Football Mustangs Optomistic For 2015 Season

Subscriber onlyDespite back-to-back 1-9 seasons, the outlook for the 2015 season for the McDonald County football team is optimistic by the players and coaching staff. Continue reading...

Gross Is Back In The Game

Subscriber onlyFor most high school students the decision to participate in athletics is a simple matter of fact -- they either want to play or they don't. Continue reading...

'Experts' pick Mustangs Top 10 teams

Subscriber onlyA panel of "experts," including former coaches, players and longtime fans were recently asked to list the best McDonald County High School sports teams in the school's 50-year history. Continue reading...

Soccer Coming To McDonald County High School

Subscriber onlyMcDonald County High School will add a new sport for the 2015-2016 school year. It will be the "beautiful game" -- soccer to those who are unfamiliar of the classic sport's nickname. Continue reading...

School Board Votes To Fix Gym Floor Crack

Subscriber onlyThe McDonald County Board of Education voted 5-2 at its regular meeting on July 9 to accept a fix to a cracked concrete floor at the new tornado safe room/gymnasium at Pineville Elementary School. Continue reading...

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