May 11 2015

Mexico Winners From NCMC Conference Championships – 5/8

Boys 4×800 Meter Relay
1)Alex Dukes 2)Michael Hamilton 3)Malik Hamilton 4)Marcus Moore

Boys 4×200 Meter Relay
1)Jonathan Grubb 2)Avion Williams 3)Jordan Hagedorn 4)Troy Kysar

Boys 1600 Meter Run
Malik Holman 1st
Spencer Freeman 9th

Boys 4×100 Meter Relay
1)Demario Caruthers 2)Jonathan Grubb 3)Jordan Hagedorn 4)Juan Ramirez

Boys 400 Meter Dash
Marcus Moore 10th
Cooper Manns 12th

Boys 300 Meter Hurdles
Jonathan Grubb 8th

Boys 800 Meter Run
Malik Holman 1st
Rory McKeown 3rd

Boys 200 Meter Dash
Jordan Hagedorn 8th
Dylan Goff 13th

Boys 3200 Meter Run
Alex Dukes 3rd
Caleb Robertson 11th

Boys 4×400 Meter Relay
1)Demario Caruthers 2)Jonathan Grubb 3)Malik Holman 4)Troy Kysar

Boys Pole Vault
Micah Guinn and Ethan Musgrove tied for 8th

Boys Long Jump
Ethan Musgrove 7th
Troy Kysar 11th

Boys Triple Jump
Ethan Musgrove 6th
Troy Kysar 10th

Boys Discus Throw
Connor Templeton 7th
Caleb Quinlan 9th

Boys Shot Put
Aaron Terese 3rd
Connor Templeton 4th

Girls Long Jump
Karen Baker 4th
Maggie Clampitt 12th

Girls Triple Jump
Karen Baker 1st
Megan Jaeger 9th

Girls Discus Throw
Carly Abbott 6th
Abby Gooch 7th

Girls Shot Put
Laura Fischer 5th
Carly Abbott 6th

Girls 4×800 Meter Relay
1)Alexis Atkinson 2)Miah Case 3)Alyssa Cupp 4)Rebecca Rothermich

Girls 100 Meter Hurdle
S’Tevia Holmes 3rd

Girls 100 Meter Dash
S’Tevia Holmes 5th

Girls 4×200 Meter Relay
1)Nina Specht 2)Megan Jaeger 3)Nyjah Mitchell 4)Alyssa Cupp

Girls 1600 Meter Run
Alexis Atkinson 10th
Kellee Smith 12th

Girls 4×100 Meter Relay
1)Karen Baker 2)S’Tevia Holmes 3)Megan Jaeger 4)Nyjah Mitchell

Girls 400 Meter Dash
Rebecca Rothermich 5th
Nyjah Mitchell 8th

Girls 800 Meter Run
Miah Case 8th
Rebecca Rothermich 9th

Girls 200 Meter Dash
Lauren Quinlan 8th

May 11 2015

KXEO Congratulates the Scholar Bowl winners

The Hallsville Indians dominated in their return to the MSHSAA Class 3 Scholar Bowl Championship on Saturday. Hallsville beat Savannah 380-310 to win. Hallsville has now won back-to-back championships. All-State Honorees for the Indians included Jared Lockwood and Josh Null.

Monroe City placed 3rd in Class 2.

May 11 2015

NCMC Track and Field Championships

The NCMC Track and Field Championships were held on Saturday at Fulton. In boys action Hannibal nearly doubled up Fulton, 167.50-86. Mexico placed 6 of 7 teams in the 15-3 event. The Dawgs finished with 61 points.

Top 3 finishes for the Bulldogs included Alex Dukes, Malik Holman, Michael Hamilton and Marcus Moore in the 4×800 Relay. They took 2nd. Mailk Holman took first in the 1600 meter run. He also won the 800 meter run where Mexico’s Rory McKeown also placed 3rd. Alex Dukes took 3rd in teh 3200 meter run. Mexico took 3rd in the 4×400 meter relay. The team consisted of DeMario Caruthers, Jonathon Grubb, Malik Holman and Troy Kysar. Terese Aaron was 3rd in the shot put.

In Girls action, Kirksville won with a mark of 162.50 to Hannibal’s 143. The Lady Dawgs placed 4th with a score of 58.

Top three finishers included Karen Baker took first in the triple jump, and S’Tevia Holmes 3rd in the 100 meter hurdles.

MORE DETAILS COMING AFTER 9AM.

May 11 2015

Cenrtalia teen accident

17-year old Emily Angell of Centralia suffered minor injuries in a Sunday night accident in Boone County. Angell was traveling north on 151, about a mile south of Rt. C, when she drove of the left side of the Highway, struck a mailbox, over-corrected and ran off the right side of the road into a ditch. The 2005 Ford F-150 she was driving was totaled. She refused treatment at the scene. The accident happened last night about 7pm.

May 01 2015

MMA Cadets Get Rewarded

Five Missouri Military Academy cadets were recognized Thursday as Missouri’s first Silver Medal recipients in the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Youth Award. The cadets were presented the awards on the floor of the Missouri Senate

Those Cadets earning awards are:

Emran Babak,
Maxwell Broughton,
D’Cherion Nelson,
Charles Eckardt,
Joshua Paley,

The cadets earned the Silver award by first earning the Bronze Award, then completing at least one hour per week of progressive effort in community service, a chosen special skill and physical development over the course of six months. Finally, they had to plan and complete a three-day, two-night adventurous journey, during which they hiked and biked more than 60 miles and camped out in the wilderness.

May 01 2015

Mexico Man Dead in Horse Accident

An Audrain County man was killed Thursday when he was apparently kicked in the head by a horse. 70-year old Ronald Pugh of Mexico was found dead Thursday morning after authorities responded to a call of an accident in the 5000 block of Audrain Road 433.

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