It’s only week two, but somebody’s 0 must go. This week, the McLoud Redskins host the Bethel Wildcats in a battle of 1-0’s. Both teams had little to no trouble in week one.
Rain or shine, the move continues. The Pottawatomie County Museum and Historical Society continue to transition to their new home at the Paul and Ann Milburn Center.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, SSM Health leaders saw a need for the residents of its community to gain access to answers about their own coronavirus exposure.
The Standard stat leaders – through 9/4
During the month of September, IDW and Hasbro are offering G.I. Joe #7, for free digitally, in observance of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.
The McLoud Redskins’ season opener went according to plan, beating U.S. Grant 38-6 last Friday.
Four area teams are set to do battle Friday night. Two of those teams start a new rivalry in Class 2A.
BETHEL ACRES – The Bethel Wildcats look to take yet another step forward in Joey Ginn’s fourth year as head coach.
McLOUD – The McLoud Redskins look to improve upon an 0-10 record in 2019. The losses piled up, but several underclassmen received ample playing time and head coach Rusty Hall believes that in-game experience will pay dividends down the road.
The Meeker Bulldogs were firing on all cylinders, beating Stroud 45-7 Friday evening.
A look at Bethel, McLoud, Maud, Meeker and Tecumseh preparing for the 2020 campaign.
Being the only 8-man football squad in the area, the Maud Tigers offer a unique and exciting brand of football.
With prep football season just days away, the Meeker Bulldogs are gearing up for what hopes to be a prosperous season.