WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg girls golf team is eschewing expectations coming into the 2019 season, focusing instead on getting better and gaining experience.
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg girls tennis team comes into the 2019 in need of replacing five of its top six players from last year’s district title winning team.
WARRENSBURG — The Warrensburg girls soccer team is looking for a goal scorer. The Lady Tigers head into the 2019 season without their three leading scorers from a year ago.
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg track and field returns 11 state qualifiers for the 2019 season — seven on the girls side and four on the boys side.
WARRENSBURG — Coming off a state quarterfinal appearance in 2018, Warrensburg tennis returnes multiple varsity regulars to its 2019 squad.
The names and numbers are the same, but for some Warrensburg football players, 2018 means a new position.
Warrensburg boys soccer brings back six of its 11 starters from a season ago heading into the second year under coach Bryan Olivas
With 10 seniors and a lion’s share of its varsity line-up returning from a conference championship team, expectations are high for the Warrensburg girls tennis program.
A year after taking second place in Class 3, the Warrensburg boys cross country team will be looking to fill in the pieces around senior Colton Palmer.
“Makes the competition in practice good,” Warrensburg coach Chris Nimmo said. “I think that we have several girls that have the potential to play really well on any given day and to shoot lower numbers than we did last year.”
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg girls soccer will look to a senior front line to improve on last season’s 5-13-1 record in the first year under head coach Bryan Olivas.
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg baseball looks to build upon last season’s 7-13 record under the direction of first year head coach Chris Coombs.
WARRENSBURG — Expectations are high for the Warrensburg girls track team this season, both within the program and from outside observers.