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Weekend Roundup for 9/8-9/10

The Corps of Cadets was out and about this weekend. Colonels Soccer was off playing in a tournament in Springfield, while the Football team was playing their hearts out right here at home.
MMA Band Brings Down the House at MU Football Game
The MMA Band attended the annual Marching Mizzou Band Day, which saw 17 High School Bands join Marching Mizzou for their halftime show.
The Band Day Massed Band celebrated the music of the “King of Rock and Roll,” Elvis Presley,
marking the 40th year of his passing with a Jailhouse Rock arranged by Johnnie Vinson as well as the University of Missouri Spirit Songs: Every True Son and Fight Tiger!
Not only did the band represent MMA on the pitch, they also ran a concession stand with Col Grabowski.
"Our boys had a fantastic day," Band Director Freddie Lomas said. " I want to give a big 'thanks' to all at MU for inviting us and hosting us so well once again, we look forward to doing it again next year!"
Colonels Football Leaves it all on the Field vs Slater
The Fighting Colonels football team fell in the home opener 42-36 vs Slater. The team’s offensive attack had its coming out party, rushing for 195 yards, and throwing for 165, while scoring 5 touchdowns. The Colonels lead 28-22 after three quarters but couldn’t hold on.

Sophomore Forrest Drummond and Senior Styles Fountain lead the offensive outburst. Drummond rushed for 58 yards, with 84 yards receiving (with a 80 yard TD). Fountain was able to add 52 rushing yards and 65 receiving (65 yard td).

“Part of the growing process is learning how to finish games," Head Coach Mitchell Jenkins said. "This one was tough for sure, but I think moving forward, a game like this will be beneficial for our team.”
Colonels Football will look for a win as they travel to Principa this Friday.
Colonels Soccer hits the road to play in the Viking Showdown
Colonels Soccer traveled to Springfield this weekend to play in the Viking Showdown Tournament.
The team didn't play to the best of their abilities during their first game, and fell to Monet 10-0. The loss put a fire in their bellies for Saturday, and the Colonels came out swinging against West Plains, winning 2-1. Goals from Joao Souza and Sergio Velasco secured the victory for the Colonels. The team then immediately turned around and played Willard, battling hard. After going into halftime tied 1-1, the Colonels began to tire out, and fell 3-1.
"We started the tournament on the back foot Friday," Head Varsity Soccer Coach Liam Collins said. "I was very happy with our performances on Saturday, however, and the team was thrilled to pick up another win on the season."
Colonels Soccer will travel to Fatima this Tuesday for their next game.
Equestrian Class visits Rodeo
On Saturday, Ms. Hunt's equestrian class took a trip to a rodeo in Williamsburg, MO. Cadets got a first hand look at roping techniques, horsemanship, and bull riding.