Pierce City Boys Varsity Football

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Eagles Score Nine All-SRVC Football Players

The Pierce City Eagles ended their post season with a loss to Thayer making their final record a solid 7-4. Their efforts were led by nine different players making the 2016 All-Spring River Valley Conference football players. Sr. Jordan Cruz – 1st Team DL and 1st Team TE Sr. Mitchell Copening – 2nd Team RB

Eagles Defeat Joplin’s JV

The Eagle’s went 2-0 this season in exhibition games with a 21-0 victory over Joplin’s JV. The two teams were pretty even as far as age goes. Both teams contained players from all four grade levels, making it a fair game. Pierce City won the coin toss and chose to differ until halftime. Joplin’s JV

Eagles Lose Close Game After Second Half Comeback

The Eagles started off slow in their 20-18 loss to the Lockwood Tigers last Friday. The offense couldn’t seem to get going during the first half. The defense was pretty solid all night long as the Lockwood offense only scored on a few busted plays that ended up being costly for the Eagles. In the

Eagles Earn Homecoming Victory

Pierce City hosted the Miller Cardinals for their “Olympic” themed homecoming. The Eagles came away with a victory, 55-7. This win improves the record to 4-1 on the season, and extends their win streak to 4 games. Scoring for the Eagles started from an 80 yard run on the opening play of the game, from

JH Football Loses A Close Game While JV Continues Win Streak

The JH Eagles lost to Miller last night 39-40. Once again, running back Chance Ford lead the team with 5 touchdowns while teammate and quarterback Kyle Renkoski had one. The team is now 1-1 on the season. They play Lockwood next Monday at home with opening kickoff at 5:00 p.m. The Jv Eagles followed the

JV Football Improves to 3-0

The Junior Varsity football squared off in Greenfield on Monday to face the Wildcats. Pierce City was victorious, with a final score of 48-18. The Eagles move to 3-0 on the year and play next Monday at home against the Miller Cardinals. We need everyone out there to support the Eagles, because this should be one

Junior High Eagles Win Season Opener

The Junior High Football team started their season with a solid 25-8 win over Pleasenton Middle School. “We started out a little jittery,” said Head Coach Brian Abromovitz, “but the boys settled in and played a good game to start the year. 8th grade running back Chance Ford carried the team scoring all four touchdowns

Eagles Snatch Win Verse Blue Jays In 8-Man Game

The Eagles played a great game for only having one day of practice going over their 8-man scheme. The team recorded their third straight win on the season after their 62-12 win over Pleasenten. Six Pierce City players found the end zone for their team. Wide Receiver Jackson Kleiboeker had two receiving touchdowns. One came

Homecoming Spirit Week!

This upcoming week is Spirit Week! We encourage all students and faculty to participate in the events. Tuesday: Dress up as an athlete of your favorite Olympic Sport! Decorate your hallways! Wednesday: Wear a toga to commemorate the origins of the Olympics. Hallway Judging! Thursday: USA Day! Go all out and dress from head to

Football Tailgate Kickoff

Along with the first football game of the season, Friday night was the beginning of tailgating before each home football game. All fans are invited to join the fun of tailgating before every Eagle football home game.  Upper and lower parking lots near the locker room are used as a tailgate zone. There are approximately 15 spots