The Hermann varsity volleyball Ladycats defeated Columbia Rock Bridge 3-1 in competition held Tuesday, Sept. 15.
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Dalton Gleeson ran the 5,000 men’s Varsity race to first place in 17:06.13. Dalton started strong and continued throughout the race. Dalton is a senior this year and is expected to do great things this year in Cross Country as well as in Track and Field.
The Rhineland A Leaguers wrapped up their season this week. This group had a great season and continued to get better throughout. The week saw a pair of double headers for the younger Rhineland team. On Wednesday Union traveled to Rhineland with both of their A teams to each play Rhineland o…
After traveling to Washington on Tuesday and suffering a 9-0 loss the Rhineland AAA got back in the win column Saturday sweeping a double header against Maryland Heights. A good Maryland Heights team came to visit Hermann City Park and Dick Oschner Field. The Rhinelanders got solid pitching …
With the season lost due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Hermann High School Track Coach Josh Morris has yet taken time to recognize his squads' efforts at preparing themselves during the past year.
Families, friends, and all other types of baseball fans turned out in force Friday night to celebrate the high achievements this season for the Hermann High School baseball team.
During this 2019-2020 Hermann Bearcat basketball season, two seniors, Trent Anderson and Quincy Erickson broke into the Hermann High School record books as scoring over 1000 points in their respective basketball careers.
The Bearcats started slow last Friday night in a showdown with the Chamois Pirates, trailing 12-13 at the end of the first period. By halftime, they advanced their lead 38-23, 51-44 at the end of period three and took it home 70-54 to seize the win.
It was an entertaining game Monday night in the Hermann High School gymnasium, but the Lady Bearcat basketball team came up short 53-65 against a tough Southern Boone County squad. The game was fast-paced and there were lots of steals from both teams up and down the court.
Hermann basketball Head Coach Josh Vinyard was elated last Friday morning. Not only is his defense coming together, the team’s shooting was hot as they beat the South Callaway Bulldogs 87-46, last Thursday in Mokane.
Hermann High School Activities Director and Asst. Principal Todd Anderson has rescheduled dates for the basketball games that were postponed last Monday and Tuesday due to inclement weather.
The start of any sport is like witnessing all four seasons in one evening. It’s kind of messy and unpredictable, which might help explain the season-opener Bearcat loss to Wright City 52-56. But Wright City is no slouch. This little town, like many just west of St. Louis, has almost tripled …