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The Lady Tiger volleyball program helped their coach reach a milestone last week with their win at St. Joseph Benton.  

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The Lady Tiger tennis team hosted their annual tournament last Wednesday with seven other schools coming to the courts for an all-day affair.  The Lady Tiger netters came away with a sixth-place finish on the day behind Kearney, Chillicothe, Odessa, Richmond and Carrollton.  Cameron and Winn…

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The Lady Tiger Golf team traveled to Warrensburg Monday to participate in the Missouri River Valley Conference Golf Tournament at Mules National Golf course.

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On this week’s TNT, Managing Editor Kimberely Blackburn met up with the two Excelsior Springs High School athletes who fought to the very end for Player of the Week.

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The Lady Tiger tennis team ran into one of the top teams in the Northland last Thursday night when St. Pius X came to town. 

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With another busy week full of games, Tiger soccer hosted Harrisonville in a Missouri River Valley Conference matchup on Tuesday and hosted a home soccer tournament Friday and Saturday.

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On this week’s TNT, Managing Editor Kimberely Blackburn talks with the player who Standard readers voted as player of the week. 

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The Lady Tiger tennis team traveled to Warrensburg and St. Joseph Benton last week. The Lady Tigers dropped all of their matches to Warrensburg and fell to the score of 9-0. The Lady Tigers came away with 14 games on the night but could not come away with a match victory.

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The Lady Tiger golf competed in the Lawson Tournament on Sept. 10 at Hidden Valley Golf Course. Fifteen teams brought a total of 65 golfers to the tournament with the Lady Tigers taking eighth place overall with a team total of 455. Junior Hope Chappel led the way for the Lady Tigers shootin…

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The Tiger soccer team traveled to Staley High School last week to claim the Winnetonka soccer tournament with victories over Ruskin,  Fort Osage and William Chrisman. 

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Four members of the Excelsior Springs community took the opportunity to honor a fallen hero last weekend as they participated in the Matt Mason Memorial “Cowboy UP!” Triathlon. 

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To be a successful high school student-athlete, it takes more than showing up the first day of practice and expecting to step right in and succeed. 

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For one local league player who bowled a perfect game, much of the excitement came from simply having his dad see him achieve it. 

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The Gregg Williams Foundation held its annual Tiger Classic Friday, July 12, raising approximately $78,500 to benefit programs for the youth of Excelsior Springs.