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McCarthy leads the way for Griffon golf

From winning the 5A high school state championship in 2016 to winning the Broncho Stampede, Missouri Western golfer Patrick McCarthy has been successful wherever he’s played. McCarthy came to Western from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and said that Western was a great fit for him. “I chose Missouri Western because the school fit me perfectly,” McCarthy said. “I went to a... Read More

Griffon football coaching changes

Missouri Western’s sidelines will look different will look different due to the multiple coaching changes on both sides of the ball this offseason. On the offensive side of the ball Western hired David Brown to be the offensive coordinator. He comes to Western after being at Colorado Pueblo-State. Prior to that helped implement the pistol offense at Nevada that helped... Read More

Missouri Western holds annual spring football game

The Missouri Western offense was able to overcome troubles in the first half to win the annual Black and Gold Spring Football Game against the defense. The offense was lead by senior quarterback Dom Marino who threw for three touchdown passes, and freshman James Bailey who rushed for two touchdowns in a narrow 42-38 victory. Senior wide receiver Elijah Cunningham... Read More

Men’s golf takes first in Broncho Invitational

Despite the breezy weather in Edmond, Ok Missouri Western was able to claim it’s first outright first place finish in the Broncho Stampede. At the Rose Creek Club, Western was lead by sophomore Patrick McCarthy who won the individual title with a three-under par 213. Tom Buffington finished tied for third with a even 216. Western as a team finished... Read More

Griffons on the search for new assistant men’s basketball coach

Missouri Western will be on the search for a new men’s assistant basketball coach as former assistant coach Aaron Coombs accepted a head coaching position at Oklahoma Panhandle State University. Aaron spent the last five years being the assistant coach and this will be his first head coaching job. Aaron is appreciative of his time at Western. “The last five... Read More