County bragging rights

By Will Johnson, Sports Editor
Posted 9/22/21

Starting last night (Tuesday) on the volleyball court, Gasconade County bragging rights will be up for grabs between Owensville and Hermann during the upcoming week in varsity and junior varsity (JV) …

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County bragging rights

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Starting last night (Tuesday) on the volleyball court, Gasconade County bragging rights will be up for grabs between Owensville and Hermann during the upcoming week in varsity and junior varsity (JV) football, varsity and JV softball and eighth-grade girls basketball.

Friday night at Bearcat Memorial Stadium, the annual Gasconade County Bowl trophy will be up for grabs with Nathan Cabot’s Owensville Dutchmen taking on Andy Emmons’ Hermann Bearcats.

It will also be homecoming for Hermann with coronation festivities taking place at halftime Friday night.

Off to a 4-0 start, Cabot’s Dutchmen will look to retain the trophy for another year following their 27-14 victory last fall.

Hermann enters this year’s county bowl game at 1-3.

Their lone win of the season came two weeks ago in a 16-14 victory over St. James.

Next week, county bragging rights will be up for grabs on the football field, softball diamond, hardwood and volleyball court once again.

Monday will see the JV Dutchmen and Bearcat football teams face off at Dutchmen Field with a 5:30 p.m., kickoff in Owensville.

Up in Washington at the Tom Todd 8th Grade Girls Basketball Tournament, Owensville and Hermann will meet in first-round action on Monday, Sept. 27 at approximately 7:30 p.m., at Washington Middle School’s Jim Perry Gym.

County softball bragging rights will be on the line next Tuesday when the Dutchgirls and Lady Bearcats square off at OHS Field with a 4:30 p.m., first pitch.

It will also be senior night for Hannah Koppelmann’s Dutchgirls.

OMS and HMS could also match up next Wednesday during the Hermann 7th Grade Girls Basketball Tournament if both teams either win or lose their respective first-round games with them both being on the bottom half of the bracket.

Owensville and Hermann freshman volleyball teams will also meet again next Wednesday as part of a round-robin evening with Pacific at Owensville High School.

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