Mike Burvee

12/13/2018 - 5:45pm
For the third straight game, the Keota Eagles put up 70 or more points and their success from behind the arc continued to play a big factor. They scored 77 points against defensive-minded English Valleys on December 4, while holding the Bears to just 35 points. JD Stout couldn’t miss early in the first quarter, showing his versatility to shoot from deep, drive to the hoop aggressively, and...
12/13/2018 - 5:43pm
A big part of the early 4-2 season for the Keota boys’ basketball squad rests on the shoulders of their star point guard JD Stout. He’s already put up over 20 points per game, including dropping 40 in a big win over a tough lone tree squad in their second game of the season. He continued to dazzle and up his point total with big games...
12/13/2018 - 5:41pm
Ever since Jeff Sprouse took over the coaching duties at Keota, the Lady Eagles had never put together a winning streak. That ended on December 4 when the Lady Eagles held off English Valleys for a 41-36 win, their second win in a row in the early season. Keota got their offense going early in a low scoring game, taking a narrow 6-5 lead after...
12/13/2018 - 5:35pm
The SK bowling squad started their season at home by facing Washington on December 5, picking up a win on the boys’ side, while the girls took a loss to split the day. The girls weren’t expected to do much so early in the season, a majority having little or no experience on the Varsity bowling squad. All but three on the team are...
12/06/2018 - 5:03pm
Since their loss to Sigourney just a few days prior, the Eagles’ offense has caught fire. They were stymied to under 50 points in the loss but bounced back to score 86 against Lone Tree and put up 71 against Tri-County on November 30, closing out week one on a high. A big part of their offensive explosion resides in their ability to shoot...
12/06/2018 - 5:01pm
The Sigourney-Keota Savages kicked off their wrestling season on November 29 by hosting Montezuma, Baxter, Cardinal and Waco in a duals meet. The Savages, backed by their home crowd, came away with three wins and one loss, which included some convincing individual victories. SK was able to just do enough in their first dual when they faced Baxter...
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