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Ozzie Smith autograph among items in state auction next Tuesday

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – An autograph from former St. Louise Cardinal and Baseball Hall-of-Famer Ozzie Smith will be among the pieces of unclaimed property that will be auctioned off by the state next week.

New Haven Athletic Events admission pricing

Tomorrow night will be the first home game for The Lady Shamrocks at New Haven High School auditorium.  The cost for admissions is listed below:

High School Games - Students (K-12)-$2.00, Adults - $3.00

Jr. High Games - Students (K-12)-$1.00, Adults - $2.00

Senior Citizens (age 65 and over) have free admission to all events.

Men's slowpitch league concluded this past Monday - Photos from Monday night

Photos taken by Maggie Hahne
Pictured above:  The American Family Team

QNHN is just getting started - A glimpse of news coverage New Haven has never seen before

Supporters and fans of The New Haven School District and Franklin County R-II School will not be disappointed this year.  It is hard to believe students will be headed back to school in less than a month.

What it takes to be the next state champion

Picture taken this morning of the high school players in attendance

Today was the finial day of the boy’s basketball camp.  All week Coach Ray Steinhoff has put emphasis on, “what it takes to be the next state champion”.  Hard work, perseverance, team sport, skill, and confidence are a few things listed on the back of each shirt players were given as a reminder of what can be achieved if you give 110% day in and day out.

Little league baseball "Boys of Summer"

Tomorrow night marks the end of summer baseball and softball.  There are games at both Lions and Bock in the city park. 

If you haven’t made it out to watch, tomorrow is your last chance.


Pictures from tonight's game at Leagion Field

Shamrock players sharpen their skills during summer camp

Summer basketball camp is being held at New Haven High School this week.  Coach Ray Steinhoff hosts the camp every year to help players develop their skills as well has have fun.  Steinhoff does two sessions, one for high school kids in the morning and grade school kids in the afternoon.

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