Three Missouri Military Academy cadets have earned post-season honors from the Missouri State High School Soccer Coaches Association for their play in the 2021 season.
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Four Missouri Military Academy cadets have been named to the 2021 All-Missouri Independent football team.
The Missouri Military Academy Raiders Team put forth an impressive effort at the U.S. Army National Championships Nov. 6 – 7 in Molena, Georgia. Following the two-day competition, the MMA team ranked 19th overall out of 30 teams, moving up one spot from last year.
Delta Company Platoon Sergeant Bryson Powell earned a 21st place medal and All-State honors at the MSHSAA State Cross Country Championships on Nov. 6. Running the 5K in 16:40, Powell, a junior from Brighton, Colorado, eclipsed his personal record for the season of 17:47 by more than a minute.
At Missouri Military Academy, cadets gain discipline and control through target shooting, and the MMA rifle marksmanship team has a long history of success. Led by coach Mike Shoemaker, the rifle team competes in high-caliber divisions, including the Junior Rifle Club Precision Distinguished Division of the Orion National Air Rifle League, a national team league for high school teams and junior rifle clubs.
Missouri Military Academy (MMA) hosted the Missouri State Raiders Championship on Saturday, October 23, 2021. A precursor to the ROTC collegiate level Ranger Competition, Raiders is a military-style competition conducted with an 8-man team. The one-day event includes a 5K road march, Raider Challenge Course, Physical Team Test (PTT), and Gauntlet Course, one-rope bridge, and obstacle course.
On October 18, 2021, Cadet Anthony Melick broke his second swimming record during his tenure at MMA. Completing the 200-meter individual medley with a time of 2:29:39, he broke the previous MMA record, set by Jim Calhoun in 1979 with a time of 2:29:70.
Shooting their highest score of the season Missouri Military Academy defeated Fort Payne AJROTC 1056.1 to 991.8 last week in the National Air Rifle League. With the win, Missouri Military Academy is in fourteenth place overall and fourth place within their Army JROTC conference.
At Missouri Military Academy, challenging physical activity and competitive middle school and high school athletics help young men become better versions of themselves. The fall season athletic roster includes football, soccer, JROTC Raiders, swimming and cross country. Learn about what to expect from each team in fall 2021.
Missouri Military Academy has named former Battle High School varsity basketball coach Brian Meny as athletic director, following an extensive search. Selected for the 2021 Missouri Basketball Hall of Fame, Meny brings strong academic and athletic leadership experience to the Academy and Colonels athletic department.