Former ESPN reporter trying tennis again

According to, Mexico native Prim Siripipat is now 0-2 in her time on the Women's Tennis Association Tour. This includes falling on a clay court in week four at Wesley Chapel in Florida to Andrea Renee Villarreal 6-4, 7-5 (5), and in week 25 the former Lady Bulldog was defeated 6-4, 6-4, by Ana Maria Andreea Ileana in Victoria, British Columbia.

Prior to these events the last results the site had for Siripipat is from week 25 of 2002 in Dallas when she beat Samantha Hammmond, 6-3, 6-3, and lost to Iris Ichim, 6-2, 6-1.


Attention student/athletes and parents

Wellsville-Middletown Superintendent Pete Nasir posted to Facebook on Aug. 15 that, "The Montgomery City Kiwanis Club and the Montgomery County Rotary Club have teamed up with the Montgomery County R-II School District to make extracurricular events accessible to all. These two service clubs helped fund a golf cart to help the disabled and elderly get from the parking lot to the bleachers so they can enjoy supporting the MCR-II Wildcats. MCR-II is grateful."


Home games to cover

Montgomery County Wildcats Football is looking for volunteers to film high school and middle school games. Contact head coach John Klekamp for details.

The program is also seeking help with concession stand coverage during middle school and JV home games. This includes the 8/22 JV Home Game, 9/5 JV Home Game, 9/12 Middle School Home Game, 9/18 JV Home Game, 9/25 JV Home Game, 10/2 JV Home Game, 10/10 Middle School Home Game and 10/17 Middle School Home Game. Details:


Colonel's welcoming new students their way

The Missouri Military Academy began its day on Tuesday with a three-mile ruck march designed to help new students get acclimated to their current surroundings.


Mexico Silver Hair Horseshoes

Pitching league results for Aug. 15 include Rodney Brewster 10-0, Eugene Freels 8-2, Joe Hazlett Jr., 6-4, Larry Brown 4-6, Charlie Maupin 2-8 and Ron Boscherding 0-10.




9/11 CLOPTON H 6:00 P.M.


9/25 LOUISIANA H 6:00 P.M.

10/2 MARK TWAIN A 6:00 P.M.