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From top to bottom, this may be the best track and field team that ebanon igh School has had in some time, according to head coach Shane Rebmann. In 2018, Lebanon advanced multiple relay teams and athletes to the state tournament where they brought home medals from race alhoun, John Berry, and Jenna lendenning. “It was a great year last year, ebmann said. John Berry medaled in the shot put, race alhoun medaled in the m hurdles, and Jenna lendenning is coming back and placed in the m hurdles. bby onnor is back high jumping as a state- ualifier last year and our ualified last year, and we have two out of four back from that team, so we are e cited. fter graduating a handful of key seniors from last years team, Rebmann mentioned

that this team is filled with experience and leadership. “I am stoked to have all the e perience back with us this season, he said. ith all the leaders we have on our team, I am excited to see what they can do. eturning for the Jackets on the girls side will be unior medalist Jenna lendenning along with others. Jenna makes us really strong in the hurdles, Rebmann said. “With the way she can run the hurdles, that will obviously be a strength for this team. osing race, we take a step back a little bit, but freshman Jocee Pettyjohn is coming along well in the m hurdles. he girls team consisting of iara aterman Jenna lendenning, Jocee Pettyjohn, Maggie Mebruer and ream unningham is also a strength coming back this spring, along with the un-

ningham, Avery Hays, s h l y n n e o c h n e r, Mariah Mebruer) and team lendenning, Mariah Meburer, Jocee etty ohn, iara Waterman), according to Rebmann. ur girls team will be a lot better with some new additions of some freshmen and upperclassmen that will make that team really strong, he stated. t our first meet in amdenton, our 4x4 team really impressed us. onnor, a senior, will be the leader in the umps group for the girls, but there will be lots of depth there and good competition for varsity spots. “With the number of kids that we have, and the number of meets, nothing has been set in stone, Rebmann said. “Our coaches talked about this at our meet, and we think this is our best team in a while, and maybe ever, from

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top to bottom. Waterman and senior Skylyr eake will also participate in the long and triple ump while newcomer ydia Jackson and Mariah Mebruer will place

high in the high jump. In throwing events, Rebmann mentioned newcomer Abbey Jackson as the teams best

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Pictured is the 2019 Lebanon High School track and field seniors. In the front row, from left, are Kaylee Zebel, Noah Simmonds, Skylyr Leake, Hope Lemons, Dalton Shaddy, and Taylor Blankenship. In the middle row, from left, are Manny Del-Rio Vasquez, Connor Thom, Race Cottongim, Jason McDerrmott, and Marcus Wagner. In the back row, from left, are Greyson Brown, Andrew Stopper, Cameron Able, Dawson Zimdars, Devin Denigan, and Abby O’Connor.

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BY ALEX BOYER Falling short of an ultimate goal can leave a team with lots of motivation in the offseason. hat s e actly what happened with the ebanon boys golf team. n , the S boys golf team came just one stroke away from qualifying as a team to the state tournament, and head coach Zach Hines is hoping he doesn t have to go through that same torture again this spring. Gone for Lebanon is state qualifier Hayden Brogdon due to graduation, but the team still returns to state ualifiers, including Cooper Hess

and ryn itus. Both ess and itus are rury golf signees. “Last year was a great season, he mentioned. “Obviously it hurts not getting to make it to state by one shot, but it was a pretty good outing. ou couldn t have asked for a better season from Hayden and we will definitely miss him this spring on the course. Hines mentioned that ess and itus will be replied upon as the team leaders and looks forward to seeing what they can do in their final season. ry and ooper are both well-rounded players

the team. “Houston kind of struggles off the tee, but his iron play is really well,” ines said. y is the same way with his chipping being pretty solid. As a team, the ‘Jackets will have high e pectations after being so close to state as a team last spring. “It is pretty high up on the goal sheet,” Hines said about making it to state. e have a good team and a good chance to go this year. ur sectional is in St. Louis this year, so nobody will have the edge. e have five or si really good players and they all will have a chance

who can do everything well, he said. lso in the varsity mi this spring will be sophomore Grant Carr and freshman Mason Bowman. “Grant is usually a good ball-striker,” Hines said. e hits a lot of fairways and does good around the greens. Mason is strong off the tee, too. e is well-rounded and hits it around the course well. e are ust wanting him to improve a little around the greens. Sophomore Houston Brackett and senior Ry Evans should also see some varsity team for Hines and


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Beyond the varsity, Rylan Ellis, Grayson Anthony, Karen King, Austin alters, hase Moore and ogan oodward will also be on the team this spring. ines said the J team will be solid and should do well at tournaments. In their first match of the season, Lebanon defeated aynesville on March 18 at Lebanon Great Life golf course, to in match play. itus led the way for Lebanon shooting a 36, Cooper Hess 37, Mason Bowman 45, Houston Brackett 48 and Grant arr .

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BRYSON CROWELL LEADS LEBANON TENNIS TEAM THIS SPRING BY ALEX BOYER A year after the Lebanon High School boys’ tennis team sent a player to the Sectional round of the Missouri State playoffs and finished the season with a 13-7 record, expectations will be set at a high standard for head coach Ron Crowell and his group. “We had some good wins last year, and the kids did a great job, so I was super proud of them,” he mentioned. “Going into the season I wasn’t sure what to expect, and to be honest with you, they did extremely well, and they

accomplished one of our goals of having an above .500 record.” Lebanon junior Bryson Crowell is expected to be the No. 1 singles player for the ‘Jackets this spring for the third straight season, and expectations for him will be high, coming up just one match short of making it to the state tournament, falling to Rock Bridge’s Kevin Anand, 6-0, 6-0. As a freshman, Crowell also advanced to the sectional round in doubles with his older brother, Aaron. “Bryson was excited to win our district last

year and go to sectionals,” Crowell said. “He has improved a lot on his topspin and has been working with the SBU tennis coach some this offseason, so it s nice for him to hear from someone other than his dad sometimes.” Also returning to the court for the ‘Jackets who have some varsity experience this spring will be Zach Stubblefield and Nathaniel Smith. The duo earned All-District last season, winning fourth in a respectable district. “They are a strong team who will contribute a great deal to this program,”

Crowell said. “They ended the year on a high note last season by earning All-District, and we are expecting big things from them.” Crowell also mentioned Grant Miller as a player to look out for in 2019. could definitely see him (Miller) being up there in the mix,” he stated. “He has played well so far, and he will probably play doubles with Bryson. “Although we don’t know where everyone will fall on the ladder, he will be up there.” Also expected to compete for time at the varsity level will be Kyle Maynor,


Grant Weaver, Jack Esther, Dalton Myler, and Easton Cromer. “Grant played JV for us last season, but he has made big strides and has been at a lot of our offseason stuff, Crowell said. “He has improved so much, so we are looking for big things from him. “Dalton is in the school play, but he will have a big role on our team, and we are excited about all the players we have out so far.” As of press time, the tennis team had struggled to practice much

outside due to weather conditions, but Crowell said they make the most of their time inside. “ We w o r k o n a lot of positioning in doubles when we are inside, topspin lobs and some strategy,” he mentioned. “It has been tough, and this has probably been the roughest start as far as being able to get outside and get things done, but I usually have my ladder set by now, but we aren’t even close to that right now because we can’t get outside.”

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After a strong start to the 2018 season, the Lebanon High School baseball team cooled off and found themselves with a semifinal e it in the Missouri Class 5 District 10 tournament to the Rolla Bulldogs, 4-1. he team still finished with an 18-8 record, but after a 13-2 start, Lebanon head coach Dustin Young e pected more out of his ball club. ast year we e perienced a nice blend of players with e perience and newcomers to the varsity level,” he mentioned. “We had a very nice year, and the young men came hungry to improve every day. “Last season was a nice foundation to build upon, and we hope to do that in 2019.” The ‘Jackets will have to do without three key players from last years team due to graduation, including ole McBride, Keaton Winfrey, and Wyatt Milliken. ll three players were All-Conference and

ll- istrict, and McBride was the Ozark Conference Player of the Year as a junior and earned All-State honors. ole is a phenomenal ballplayer who is an even better young man. He began getting varsity playing time as a sophomore and never left our lineup after that. He was very good defensively, a key fi ture in the middle of our lineup, and eventually became the ace of our staff., oung said. “Keaton is a gifted athlete who provided top-level defensive play at shortstop for us. e also hit for a high average and threw many big innings for us.” Returning to the diamond this year for Lebanon will be a plethora of pitching as the ellow ackets bring back percent of their innings from the 2018 season as oung provided younger players plenty of innings. “We’ve been young for a couple of years now, he said. “We’ve got a big junior class, so to see them

develop over their freshman, sophomore, and now their junior years has been really rewarding.” Leading the way for the rotation this spring will be junior Troy Reynolds who earned double All-Ozark Conference honors as a sophomore and finished the year with a 5-2 record on the bump and posted a . . t the plate, Reynolds had a .312 average, hit four home runs, and drove in 21 runs. roy has plus power and has proven to be a tough out,” Young said. e has a powerful arm in the outfield and will be called upon to throw big innings for us this year. He features a good fastball and changes speeds very well.” lso e pected to start games this year will be juniors Tyler Paul and Tyler raham. s a sophomore, Paul went 4-0 on the year with a 2.33 ERA and hit .366 with 28 RBI’s and will take over McBride s spot in center field this year when he isn’t on the

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Pictured is the 2019 Lebanon High School baseball team. From left, are Colton Zeigenbein, Drew Dustin, Jayton Cromer, Troy Reynolds, John Greenwood, Isaac Ledbetter, Tyler Graham, Cameron Fisher, Brady Hays, Logan Wise, Mason DeVasure, Hunter Honey, Cole Roark, Kayne Buckley, Tyler Paul and Ty Chastain. Not pictured is Curtis Mobley. mound. Graham had a 2.96 ERA last season. yler has good power and has been toward the top in average on our team the past two seasons, oung said. e plays very good defense for us in the outfield and will be

relied upon to throw big innings for us this year. He is a fierce competitor with a motor that is always at full throttle. “Tyler is a quiet, hard-working kid that is never content with where he is at. He evolved into

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The Lebanon High School girls’ soccer team is coming off a - - season and a district semifinal loss to the Kickapoo Chiefs last spring, so the ‘Jackets will look to stay competitive this season under Matt Jernigan in his sixth season as the girls’ soccer coach. LHS said goodbye to four key seniors in Britny Baker, Haleigh Dearborn, Alyssa Long, and Abbey Schmidt. Baker and Long combined for over 95 percent of the ‘Jackets’ scoring from last year, Dearborn contributed many assists and Schmidt, a goalkeeper

at Evangel University, set a number of school records for saves in a game and a career and saves-per-game in a career. “We had a phenomenal senior class last year and a lot of talent,” Jernigan said. “Alyssa and Britny were talented players and scored about 95 percent of our goals, so we knew that coming into this year, we would have a big gap to fill. think bbey Schmidt is one of the best goalies to come through Lebanon and had Haleigh (Dearborn in the midfield. Even with the losses due to graduation, Lebanon returns a handful of players with experiences

at the varsity level. Seniors Skyler Hough, Baylei Palmer, and Katie Brandon were named team captains according to Jernigan, and all three players have tons of varsity experience under their belts already. “Skyler Hough is so versatile that we can play her back in the defense or up top, and at practice, she has been playing forward and scored a lot of goals,” Jernigan said. “Baylei (Palmer) is a pest up top, fast, aggressive and will sell out for any ball and a great girl on and off the field, and atie Brandon will be solid up top for us like she has been the past

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two years. hat love most about our captains this year is that we have phenomenal young ladies, not just soccer players. They are great people to lead the team.” The ‘Jackets will also rely on the play of sophomore center back Alyson Johnson to keep teams from having scoring opportunities. felt like she lyson) was one of the better defenders in the conference last year and think this year will be a coming out year for her and the defense,” Jernigan mentioned. “She can stay with anybody, is as physical as

they come, and plays like a boy. She is just aggressive and strong and not afraid of anything.” Replacing Schmidt in the goalie box this spring will be sophomore Riley McKinney. Altogether the team features 34 players this spring, and according to Jernigan, about half of them have never played for the team before. “Tyra Rogers is a cross country girl who came to play for us and is kind of like a Baylei Palmer who can just run for days and wants to play hard,” he said about Rogers who scored the teams only goal in the jamboree on March

. eslee eddle had an injury in softball that kept her from playing, but she will be an anchor in the midfield with Zephanie White who is our most controlled player on the field. Also expected to see playing time and contribute for Lebanon will be Katie Merrit, Lydia Long, Paige Taylor, and Amanda DeWitt. The ‘Jackets enter a brand new district this spring. This year Lebanon will be in Missouri Class 4 District along with Jefferson City, Sedalia Smith- otton and Waynesville.


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BASEBALL Dakotah Evans, Kayne Buckley, and Hagan Smith add to that group of juniors and should all see their workloads increase. “Dakotah threw several big innings for us last year on the mound. He has a good fastball, and his offspeed is very di cult to square up. We look for him to give us quality innings this year,” Young stated. “We can never have too many arms. Guys really buy into that, and there is a lot of potential for playing time at the varsity level.” Also back in the ‘Jackets’ lineup, this season is senior infielder Jayton

Cromer. Cromer, a McKendree State baseball signee, earned All-OC honors and will take over at shortstop this spring with his plus glove. “He will be looked upon to be a leader for this team,” Young stated. “Defensively, he is very solid with a strong arm and great range. Offensively, he has good gap to gap coverage and can drive the ball. He has very good baseball instincts and runs the bases very well.” Juniors Curtis Mobley and Drew Dustin have been a name Lebanon fans have heard a lot the past

from page 6 two seasons, and Young is expecting big things from both of them this spring. “Drew came onto the scene last year and provided a good bat for us while playing both corner infield positions last year. Drew can also throw some innings on the mound, and his versatility defensively will be a nice asset for us,” he said. “Curtis gives us versatility defensively. He can play 3rd, short, 2nd, as well as give us innings behind the plate and on the mound. Curtis can hit for a high average and also provides some power in his bat. He has great

baseball instincts and a very good work ethic.” Newcomers expected to see some playing time at the varsity level this spring include senior Brady Hays, juniors Mason DeVasure, Colton Ziegenbein, Cole Roark, and sophomore Drew McBride. “Brady features very good hands defensively and has a very good work ethic and positive attitude. He can play multiple positions around the infield, and give us e ibility defensively when needed,” Young said. “Mason is a strong young man that hits the ball with authority.

He can play both corner infield positions and can also give us some innings on the mound, and Drew is a very strong young man that primarily catches. He does a very good job receiving and blocking the ball.” All in all, Young still has high expectations for this years team and is hoping to improve defensively after errors proved costly to their season. “While we did graduate some major contributors from last season’s squad, we do bring back quite a bit of varsity experience from the previ-

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ous year. We will need to identify some players to fill key positions vacated by last year’s senior class,” he mentioned. “A lot of the defensive errors comes from people being out of position. Some were in positions they weren’t accustomed to because we had to get bats into the lineup. With the experience, I think the defense will be much better. With what we’ve got coming back, if we take care of defense, we’ll be alright.” Lebanon will be in the Missouri Class 5 District 9 tournament after a re-shu e of districts.

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TRACK The distance teams for both the boys and girls will be in good shape under coach Nathaniel Rogers and Teresa Moore. On the boys’ side, relay teams and throwers will be the key to success. With the 4x100 team featuring Kale Keagy, Tanner Roy, Jordan Bohannon, Marcus Waggoner and the 4x200 team featuring Kale Keagy, Kaelen O’Connor, Tanner Roy, Terrell Mebruer, the boys' team will be deep at every event they run. On the 4x400 team

will be Zach Jamies o n , Ta n n e r R o y, Cordell Zebbel, and Terrell Mebruer, and the 4x800 team will include Luis Pedroza-Vasquez, Angel Pedroza-Vasquez, Manny Del-Rio Vasquez, and Zach Jamieson. Roy will also be the teams main high jumper with Connor Thom also participating in certain events. “He (Them) jumped all summer doing stuff here at the track and traveling around the state to get better,” Rebmann said. “He will be the leader for

from page 3 the jumps, and we are excited to see what he can bring to the table. “ We a r e l o o k i n g for a second or third jumper.” Sectional qualifiers Devin Dennigan and Derrick Tucker will lead the ‘Jackets in the discus. “They both started off where they left off last year, and they are throwing well right now,” Rebmann said. Newcomer Cameron Able and senior Andrew Stopper have done exceedingly well in the shot put, according to Rebmann.

This is the first time he (Cameron) has ever done this, and on his throws, he is fronting 45 feet,” he said. “It is impressive, so he is looking good there. “This is Andrew’s time, and he is definitely a leader down there with the throws group.” In the javelin, Rebmann expects Dennigan, Tucker, Dalton Wagner, and Antonio Rogers to step up. Another event that impressed Rebmann has been his pole vaulters, a group that includes Connor

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Thom, Cole Patten, Jeremy Weaver, Robert Garner, Hope Lemons, and Quincey Glendenning. “Coach Hanley is doing a great job, and he has some great people that he can work with now,” Rebmann said. “That group has impressed us a ton this year so far.” Despite there being a rumor of the track and field team moving down to Missouri Class 4, the group remained at Class 5 after district brackets were re v e a l e d j u s t a f e w weeks ago.

“I was expecting it (to stay at Class 5),” Rebmann said. “I was hoping that we would be in Class 4 because we fit a little bit better with them, but we aren’t worried about Class 5. It is what it is, and we have competed against those schools for as long as I can remember. “There is nothing we can do it besides step up and run.” Lebanon hosted their annual home track meet on March 22 and faired well against 11 other competing schools.

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BY ALEX BOYER The Stoutland Tigers are looking to bounce back after a tough 2018 season where the team won just three games. In district play, the StouTigers fell to the Richland Bears in the first round of the Missouri Class 2 District 9 tournament, 6-5. Gone for the Tigers are seniors Colten Frey and Zach Wagner who head coach Brady Dean described as quality leaders. According to Dean, both seniors were in the top five on the team for batting average. s my first year being at Stoutland we as a team made some adjustments for improvement


and have been improving since then,” Dean said. “We were 3-21 last spring, and our goal is to improve on that drastically. After losing in the first round of districts last season by one run, we got hungry and aim to overcome that. Returning to the Tigers’ lineup this year will be Grant Ziegenbein, a catcher for the majority of , but will move to the in amed and play shortstop for the time being. “He is going to be a leader on the field for our team,” Dean said. “He led our team in almost all offensive categories last spring, and we are expecting big things out of him again this year.”

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Also back for Stoutland is junior Wyatt Lauder who Dean had high praise for. “He is going to be one of our leaders on the field, last spring he played corner infield and pitched for us, this spring he will be looking to take over those same roles, primarily at third base and on the mound,” he mentioned. “He will be one of our starters on the mound and relied upon to drive in runs.” Tanner Holden will be another key player for the Tigers this spring. “He (Holden) will be one of our starting pitchers, and when he is not pitching he will

primarily be our first baseman,” Dean said. “His bat started to show life near the end of the fall season. “ Johnathan Huff is also back this spring and according to Dean,

is the most improved player on the roster from last spring. “He (Huff) stepped up into a new role of playing the outfield last spring and established himself as one of our

starting outfielders, he mentioned. “During the fall his bat came to life, and we are looking to him to be our No. 9 hitter and reach base ahead of our better hitters and help produce runs.”

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It was the second straight year that the Conway Bears’ baseball team had seen their season come to a close due to a walk-off hit by the opposition in the district tournament. In 2017, Conway fell to Strafford in the Missouri Class 3 District 11 championship game after being up four runs with two outs in the final inning. Last year, Conway fell to Forsyth in the quarterfinal round of the district tournament, 7-6 in eight innings to cap the year off with a 13-14 overall record. Hayden Graves is the lone senior this spring for the Bears. “We have a couple of kids who got some parttime experience, so it will pretty much be a whole new team this year,” he mentioned. Chase Caffey and Hayden Wright are expected to see the majority of the time behind the plate for Conway this spring,

according to Bilyeu. “Both of these guys are sophomores, and we will depend on them a lot,” he said. The team will be sophomore-heavy with close to five sophomores starting every game for Conway in 2019. Graves will see time at both first and third while junior Colby Vavruska, the teams leading pitcher from last season will return to the bump and see a vast majority of the innings and will play shortstop when not pitching. Vavruska pitched 40 innings in 2018, striking out 56 batters and sported a 2.10 ERA. “Vavruska will be asked to anchor our defense up the middle from the shortstop position, where he really displays a ton of range, great hands, and a very strong arm,” Bilyeu said. “He will also be the guy we ask to pitch our big games. He made a


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Spring Sports 2019  

A special publication of the Laclede County Record, featuring area schools' Spring Sports teams and schedules.

Spring Sports 2019  

A special publication of the Laclede County Record, featuring area schools' Spring Sports teams and schedules.