Archive - Sep 15, 2012

Quick glance at Monday's Highway 100 Showdown

Photo from last year's match between New Haven and Borgia.

By Kyle Quick:
New Haven, Mo.
– The Lady Shamrocks and Lady Knights will clash in Monday night’s Highway 100 Showdown.  Last year New Haven stunned the volleyball world by upsetting Borgia in two sets and ending a 27-year winning streak, generating more hype over Monday’s game at Borgia.  Click here to watch last year's stunner.

Lady Rocks win own tournament three straight years

New Haven, Mo. – The Lady Shamrocks knocked off Winfield in two sets, 25-18, 25-20 to win their three straight New Haven Round Robin Championship.

JV win Pacific Tournament for second straight year

Photo by Kent Vedder.

Pacific, Mo. – New Haven’s JV volleyball dominates at the Pacific Tournament remaining undefeated winning 24 out of 24 sets and has not lost one set all year.

Saturday afternoon the lady rocks won the Pacific JV Volleyball Tournament for the second straight year.

Quick News Sports: Varsity and JV play in championship matches

Pictured left is Rachel Steinhoff in New Haven's first game this morning against Belle.

Just in from Kent Vedder reporting live from Pacific.  New Haven stomped Pacific in the first set 25-6.

Vedder said, "These girls are on fire."  Stay tuned.

Varsity will play in championship match against Winfield at 4:00 p.m. 

Mutation Breaks HIV’s Resistance to Drugs

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) can contain dozens of different mutations, called polymorphisms.

In a recent study an international team of researchers, including MU scientists, found that one of those mutations, called 172K, made certain forms of the virus more susceptible to treatment.

Pacific snap three game losing streak

Tenille Duessler knocks a base hit.

New Haven, Mo. – Thursday night was Bank of Franklin County’s Annual Softball Tailgate and flood the field as part of the high school’s spirit contest.

The added hype to New Haven’s third conference game against the Pacific Indians had moments of a shamrock comeback, but eight runs in the final two innings led the Indians to a 14-2 win.